Damage assessed, Monday HHS classes cancelled


After Havre Public School's structural engineer assessed the damage of Thursday's collapse, Superintendent Andy Carlson said that classes at Havre High School would be cancelled on Monday to allow the district more time to plan for how to deal with safety concerns.

"We're not going to have school on Monday, " Carlson said. "There's so much to plan. You're dealing with 600 kids. We're not quite ready to make that call. We've got to secure this area. We're erring on the side of caution. "

The engineer determined that the high school's wood shop, metal shop, home economics room, library, com...

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