While most of Stoneham’s public school students will be sleeping in on Good Friday, South School students may be going to school.
The School Committee is expected to discuss the possibility at it’s March 6 meeting.The South School was closed Jan. 6 due to a burst pipe, while the rest of the schools were open. Each school must be open for 180 days, according to state law. Superintendent Les Olsen has requested a waiver from the state due to the extenuating circumstances. However, Olsen told officials that the chances of being granted a waiver is unlikely, according to a report in the Stoneham Independent.