School district officials address Logan's
staff Wednesday morning. Courier Photo
Courier Staff Report
Powered by four large generators, James Logan High School is expected to re-open Thursday despite continuing electrical problems spurred by Tuesday's big rain storm.
At a meeting in the dim, powerless Guy Emanuele Pavilion Wednesday afternoon, assembled teachers and other staff heard that, while electricians haven't yet pin-pointed and repaired the damaged circuits that plunged 80 percent of the school's classrooms into darkness during fifth period Tuesday, the school should be able to re-open and function fairly normally using the generators, which, at the time of the meeting hadn't yet arrived at the sprawling campus.