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LEWIS COUNTY- Heating issues at Copenhagen Central School are keeping students home today for remote learning, according to an announcement from the district office.

Families and staff members have been made aware of the issue.

Authorities say the school’s heating system is experiencing trouble, which would make temperatures not acceptable for students to attend in-person.

Officials tell us that they hope to fix the issue in time for students to return to the classroom on Wednesday.

All students in grades 6-12 are expected to connect with their classes during their regular times for B-Day.

Those students in Pre-K through 5 are to utilize their packets, which should have already been sent home, officials said.

Students who need transportation to BOCES and other programs will still be provided, the district announced.  

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