MOORESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Classes were scheduled to resume Thursday morning at Mooresville High School following a fire Tuesday.
School officials say there will be some schedule modifications and some classes relocated.
Students were dismissed Tuesday after a fire damaged a second floor room in the school.
According to the school's Facebook page, the upstairs of Mooresville High School will be closed until further notice and those classes relocated to other areas of the building.
The school day will begin with third period class so students can meet with their teachers and get their belongings left in class Tuesday.
The building was closed Wednesday while a restoration company work to clean the school's air handling system
The Mooresville Schools administration has been in contact with the Indiana Department of Education and has been informed that the day will not need to be made up.
They went on to say the day off school will not affect their graduation schedule.
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