Most Guadalupe School classes cancelled this week after flooding

Governor Gary Hebert visits Salt Lake City's Guadalupe School. Photo Courtesy: Guadalupe School Instagram

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, April 22, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — The majority of classes at Salt Lake City’s Guadalupe School will be cancelled this week after flooding, officials said.

A Facebook post from the school, at 1385 N. 1200 West, said: “Classes will be cancelled this entire week, Monday through Friday, for our early learning and charter school programs.”

The flooding reportedly began Friday when a water pipe burst in a second-floor classroom, officials said.

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“We are working tirelessly to reopen our doors in spite of this unfortunate event,” the post said. “Adult Education will remain in operation, and held in parts of the school not affected by the flood.”

The school’s Facebook page says it serves mostly economically disadvantaged children and non-English speaking adults.

Gephardt Daily will have more on this developing story as information is made available.

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