After-School Activities Cancelled Because of Power Outage

From SPS:

An area-wide power outage affected up to 14 schools Friday afternoon, as well as the John Stanford Center.
Schools remain open and transportation will run on normal afternoon routes. The city estimates it will take 2-3 hours to fully restore power.  At this time power is being restored to some schools, but we are still may experience intermittent power outages.
The District will extend Open Enrollment through 12:30 p.m. on Monday, March 12.
Because of the unpredictably of the restoration of power, all after- school activities are cancelled for the following schools:
·         Mercer
·         John Muir
·         Beacon Hill
·         Cleveland
·         Maple
·         Aki Kurose
·         Kimball
·         MLK
·         Dearborn Park
·         Franklin
·         Graham Hill
·         Hawthorne


TraceyS said…
Thank you, SPS, for the delay. I was there this afternoon, and all the computers were down. Staff was doing an admirable job at trying to keep up, but there was only so much that could be done without working computers, faxes, or email. Traffic in and out of the site was also quite horrible, due to all the traffic lights being out for blocks. A complete nightmare.

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