Power outage sends Valley High School students home early
Valley High School released students early on Friday because of a neighborhood power outage, officials said.
Valley High School released students early Friday because of a neighborhood power outage, school officials said.
Principal Kimberly Perry-Carter did not indicate whether classes were being affected and did not have an estimate on when power would be restored when she emailed parents about the outage at 8:18 a.m. The school is located on Burnham Avenue, near East Vegas Valley Drive.
The Clark County School District wrote in a message Friday afternoon that students were released early.
NV Energy reported that nearly 2,000 people in the area were without power around 1 p.m. because a pole or wiring had fallen down.
They estimated that power would be restored around 4 p.m.
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