Warren, Arkansas – On Wednesday night a fire was extinguished at the Warren High School.
According to the Warren School District, the fire started around 6:15 p.m. and affected the auxiliary gym, not the main building, with no injuries reported.
According to school officials, all students within the district will pivot to an AMI day on Thursday, March 31 where they will work remotely.
School officials are expecting to have periods of time Thursday where Brunson Elementary and the Warren Middle School may not have electricity due to repairs.
As updates become available, the school district will notify parents and staff.
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