Friday, April 3, 2020
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Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) Responds on Hammond Cooling Issues

HammondThis is an update to this reader submission from this morning. Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) sent this email to parents this afternoon:

Francis C. Hammond Middle School has been experiencing cooling issues primarily in the sixth grade wing, gym and cafeteria. ACPS is working to find a solution and currently, the building is resuming normal temperatures.

The building will be monitored overnight and if temperatures are too warm in the morning, ACPS will make a decision to close the school for the day.

This decision will be communicated by 5:30 AM on Friday through our website, email, emergency messages, social media (Twitter and Facebook) and on ACPS-TV. Thank you for your patience.”

Lee Hernly, Editor
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