Mooresville High School will not be in session Wednesday, March 13, due to cleanup from smoke damage on the second floor of the building and the need to shut down air handling systems. Mooresville Schools administration has been in contact with the Indiana Dept. of Education and has been informed that the day will not need to be made up. This day off school will not affect our graduation schedule.
All other Mooresville Schools, including Paul Hadley Middle School, will be in session during normal hours tomorrow and bus routes for those schools will run as usual.
We want to thank all of our middle and high school students and staff for their outstanding job during today’s evacuation and early dismissal. We also greatly appreciate the cooperation and understanding of our parents as we worked to keep students safe.
We are thankful for our local fire departments for all of their help to quickly contain the fire, which affected a small area within a single room, and to control the situation. We are cooperating fully with local law enforcement in their investigation of the incident and appreciate their support.
We plan on MHS students returning to school at the normal time Thursday. Crews are working diligently to get MHS operational as soon as possible. The second floor of the building will likely be off limits later this week. We will assist students with retrieving personal items left in second floor classrooms once school resumes. Those items have been secured.
We will communicate any further information as it becomes available through parent emails, our website, and school social media. This includes changes to any extracurricular activities scheduled for Wednesday.