Julian Curtis School in Greenwich and Greens Farms Elementary School in Westport reopen after broken pipes

Two local schools reopened today after being closed due to problems with pipes. School officials say Julian Curtis School in Greenwich was shut down Monday

GREENWICH - Two local schools reopened today after being closed due to problems with pipes.

School officials say Julian Curtis School in Greenwich was shut down Monday and Tuesday because of a faulty radiator coil in a fifth-grade classroom.

In Westport, Greens Farms Elementary School also reopened today.

Officials say a pipe broke at the school Monday, causing some damage to the art room and nearby hallways.
   

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