GJHS closed due to break

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Grand Junction High School has been closed and students sent home due to a water line break.


Students stream out of Grand Junction High School after the school was closed and the students sent home at 10:45 a.m. this morning due to a broken water line leading to the boiler that left the facility without water and electricity. Water and power have been restored, and school will be back in session on Monday.

Grad rate reaches 12-year high

School District 51’s graduation rate hit a 12-year high in 2016, the result of a decadelong, districtwide effort to help more students graduate from high school in four years.





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