UPDATE: AC repaired at Lee High, ready for class Thursday


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Update: Lee County Schools Superintendent Brian Austin says the air conditioning at Lee High School has been repaired and school should resume Thursday.

JONESVILLE, Va. (WJHL) – Lee High School will be dismissing early today.

Brian Austin, superintendent of Lee County Schools, told News Channel 11 that Lee High School in Jonesville, VA is closing at 10 a.m. due to the air conditioner not working.

Crews are on the way to repair the issue.

Per Superintendent Brian Austin, teachers will leave shortly after 10 a.m.

This is only occurring at Lee High School. All other schools in the district will not be affected.

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