Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013 | 6:35 p.m.
Good news for parents, bad news for students: Classes will resume Thursday at Durango High School following a two-day closure prompted by an air conditioning outage at the campus.
Today was the second consecutive day an air conditioning outage disrupted classes at Durango High. Students were sent home early Tuesday when air conditioning units stopped working.
The units were fixed Tuesday night before breaking down again this morning.
Clark County School District officials said in a prepared statement that although the A/C system is running smoothly, officials are prepared to release students by about 10:40 a.m. if it fails once again.
The district will continue notifying parents about potential cancellations through phone calls and emails on its automated ParentLink system, school spokeswoman Melinda Malone said in the statement.