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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – School District 60 has announced that North Peace Secondary School will be open again on Thursday, February 14.

Dave Sloan, School District 60 Superintendent, says they have a contingency plan to resume instruction at the School, which includes running a generator.

“We have a contingency plan to resume instruction. The building is being powered by a diesel generator. We still have on-going repairs to the building’s main transformer to be completed.”

NPSS was closed on Tuesday and Wednesday due to a burst pipe that had caused damage to an electrical unit in the building.

For more updates and information, you can visit the School District’s website at prn.bc.ca

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