Classroom at Julian Curtiss School in Greenwich reopened after water damage

GREENWICH - Greenwich students Wednesday got to return to a Julian Curtiss School classroom that had been closed due to water damage.

A radiator leak at the school damaged two classrooms and caused classes to be canceled twice last month.

Officials say they fixed the damage from the leak in one fifth-grade classroom.

The second damaged room will reopen sometime in March.

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