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Woodland Elementary School in Radcliff, Hardin County, will reopen on Monday after being closed due to HVAC issues.
An inspection revealed possible structural issues, leading to the closure recommended by an engineer.
Students completed non-traditional instruction on Friday while the building was made safe for normal operation.
A state building inspector deemed the building safe, allowing students to return to class on Monday.
Woodland Elementary Returning to In-Person Instruction Monday after HVAC Issues | Education
HVAC Issues Lead to Closure
Engineering and construction crews worked diligently to make the building safe for normal operation. Their efforts were successful, as a state building inspector deemed the building safe after the necessary work was completed.
Woodland Elementary School is now ready to welcome students back for in-person instruction on Monday.
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