Conestoga Valley students to return back to school Wednesday

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LANCASTER, Pa. — Students are headed back to school after two days off due to a fire that happened Monday at Conestoga Valley High School.

Superintendent, Dr. Gerald Huesken, has made a statement saying that students are to return to classes Wednesday, Dec. 7.  Huesken also states that make-up plans for days missed will be announced at a later time.

For now the district is working closely with a remodeling company and an independent air quality firm to make sure the high school is accessible for a return to their normal schedules.

For more information on the process of what will continue to happen as the school fixes these issues visit the Conestoga Valley School District website.