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Class canceled Friday at Oakville High School

All other schools in the Mehlville School District are still in session.
Credit: KSDK

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — Oakville High School canceled classes Friday due to a boiler issue.

The Mehlville School District made the announcement Friday morning. The district said student drivers would be sent home as they arrived at the school.

Students who take the bus were held at the high school until school officials made arrangements to get them home around mid-morning.

There will be no virtual learning at the high school Friday. All other schools in the Mehlville School District are still in session.

Just before 1:30 p.m., the district told 5 On Your Side the heat was back on at the school. The district said the majority of the building got so cold overnight, officials were worried about kids not being able to focus on learning.

The district said Oakville will have school on Monday and events are still going on as planned at the school Friday night.

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