HAVANA, Fla. (WTXL) - Students and teachers at Havana Magnet School will soon have a warm school to go back to after the heat went out this week.
Gadsden County Schools Superintendent Roger Milton says the elementary students were not affected because they’re in a newer part of the school.
Milton says about 600 students attend Havana Magnet.
He doesn’t know the exact cost of the boiler repair, but it has been expensive. However, he says the repair has been a top priority for the district.
He says they’ve worked quickly to fix the issue and make students and teachers as comfortable as possible.