Rain hampers efforts to reopen Bronxville schools

Bronxville school officials are hoping Friday?s pounding rain won?t delay the school?s reopening.

Teachers, middle and high school students returned to the campus for an assembly. Classes are scheduled to resume Monday. Some students say they are worried about losing more school days if the reopening is delayed.

As cleanup crews continue to sanitize the first floor of the Bronxville campus, rain pelted the parking lot on low-lying Midland Avenue. That is the area that overflowed during the nor'easter and shut down the school for two weeks.

Assistant School Superintendent John Kehoe is hopeful the school will reopen next week, but says he has to see how the day progresses.

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