PUYALLUP — Ferrucci Junior High School students will learn sometime after 7 p.m. Tuesday night where they will attend classes Wednesday morning.
Air samples from the school, damaged in last week's flooding, are being evaluated Tuesday night in Seattle, Puyallup School District officials said.
Results will be known sometime after 7 p.m. Depending on the results, district officials have two plans in place.
If all goes as expected, teachers and staff will welcome students back to school at Ferrucci. If air quality is of concern, students will attend their own classes at Emerald Ridge High School.
Ferrucci families will be contacted by phone as soon as test results are received. The information will also be posted on the school district website at www.puyallup.k12.wa.us and on the district’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
If students need to go to Emerald Ridge, the posted information will include transportation plans.
Either way, students will follow a modified schedule on Wednesday. That day is Fair Day in the Puyallup School District, which features performances by student groups and educational demonstrations at the Washington State Fair. All students are released 3 ¼ hours early from school on Wednesday.