ANDERSON, Calif. - Students at Anderson Middle School will be doing distance learning on Monday, May 3, Carolyn Phelps Executive Assistant to the Superintendent of the Cascade Union Elementary School District said.
Anderson Middle School had an electrical issue that caused an electrical connection to blow at the school on Thursday while students were in session. Students also used distance learning on April 30 due to the electrical fire.
Phelps said the fire alarm went off and students evacuated safely. The students were then released from school.
The school lost power and crews are working to restore power.
There was no damage or injuries in the incident.
Parents and students will be notified when staff has an update.
All other schools in the Cascade Union Elementary School District will be following their regular in-person schedule Friday.