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UPDATE: Sewage problem fixed, students to return in-person to Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle


UPDATE, 3:08 p.m.: The sewage system problem at Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle is now fixed, the district reported Monday afternoon.

Students will return to in-person learning Tuesday.

Earlier Monday, the school had to dismiss students and staff after the sewage system began experiencing problems.



“This has resulted in significant odor and more importantly, the inability for our students and staff to use the bathroom and for our kitchen to serve lunch,” a news release states.


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