Springfield High School to reopen on Oct. 3 following August flood
SPRINGFIELD – School officials announced that Springfield High School will reopen to students on Oct. 3 since last month's flood.
According to school officials, classes will resume to its usual schedule prior to the flood. Students of Springfield High School have been hosted by the by Springfield Middle School since their return on Sept. 12.
Both schools have been on a platoon schedule in order to accommodate the students. Springfield High School within the Livingston Parish school district, which was heavily impacted by last month's flood.
There were a total of 15 schools that sustained damage and most were able to reopen soon after, however a handful of schools are still closed and have been relocated.
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