UPDATE: Three Lexington School schools to reopen Wednesday following water main break
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – Three Lexington Two schools will reopen on Wednesday on a normal operating schedule following an early dismissal Tuesday morning due to a broken water main.
According to district officials bottle water was delivered for use on Wednesday at Cayce Elementary, Busbee Creative Arts Academy and the Lexington Two Innovation Center.
Breakfast and lunch will be served on normal schedule.
ABC Columbia had a team on the scene and will have the latest updates on the news at 6p and 11p.
According to officials with Lexington School District Two, three schools are dismissing students Tuesday morning, after a secondary road key for transportation near the schools was compromised due to a broken water main.
Cayce Elementary, Busbee Creative Arts Academy and the Lexington Two Innovation Center — all along Bulldog Boulevard, off the 12th Street Extension in Cayce — are dismissing students. High schoolers from the Innovation Center will return to their home high schools, while Cayce and Busbee students are being sent home — by car if they are car riders, or by bus if they are bus riders. Parents were being notified just after 9:15 a.m. Tuesday morning
#Lex2 has made the decision to cancel class for the remainder of the day for Cayce Elementary, Innovation Center and Busbee Middle due to a busted water line. #Lex2 has sent out an “all call” to all parents with information on how dismissal will work. #CayceDPS pic.twitter.com/KCpSuJrt7A
— Cayce Public Safety (@Cayce_DPS) February 12, 2019