Oak Grove in-person classes cancelled due to water main break

Students expected to maintain regular schedule and attend classes electronically.

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FARGO — Oak Grove Lutheran School's north campus will not have in-person classes Tuesday, Dec. 7, due to a water main break, which will be fixed.

All students will be able to attend classes from home through Zoom as the water line will take up to seven hours to repair, Oak Grove Lutheran School Administration stated in a press release. All other scheduled after school activities may take place, but no students should be on campus during the school day.

The school day will maintain the usual schedule, but students are asked to monitor school emails, their Google Classroom as well as attend the Zoom meetings for each class.

"We'll do our best to have this situation go smoothly, but there are always technology glitches that creep into our well-planned time. If that occurs, our teachers are more than happy to spend some time working with the kids who may have had some difficulties accessing their Zooms," the press release stated.

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