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OCSD returns to full service - Cold snap hampered buses, heating units

January 10, 2014

Oktibbeha County School District is bouncing back from a cold snap that outright crippled some of its operations early this week.

Temperatures that dipped into the single digits affected seven of the school district’s 19 buses on Tuesday, and one bus carrying students to East Oktibbeha High School arrived on campus several hours after school started, according to OCSD Conservator Margie Pulley. Additionally, Pulley said all four of OCSD’s campuses experienced heating problems on Tuesday, with East High’s crippled to the point that school officials had to move the students to the warmest parts of the building to hold classes.

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