Apollo High School students will attend class on alternating days when school opens on Tuesday, Sept. 4, because cleanup continues after a July 11 fire.
School officials announced Monday, Aug. 13, that health inspectors assessed that parts of the school will not be ready for students.
Students will rotate days in the school. Students who are not in the building will engage in online instruction from their classroom teachers, according to the district.
The July 11 classroom fire resulted in significant smoke damage to large portions of the building.
Families with questions can contact Apollo staff at 320-370-8000 or visit at their temporary offices at the District Administrative Offices, 1201 Second St. S., Waite Park.