A DeKalb County elementary school evacuated after a broken valve forced officials to shut off its water is back open, a district spokeswoman said.
Water was restored overnight Tuesday at Kittredge Magnet School on East Nancy Creek Drive.
“The problem has been fixed, and the school will be in session today,” spokeswoman Eileen Houston-Stewart said.
The campus was evacuated Tuesday, and students were taken by bus to Chamblee Middle School.
Officials found that the reduced pressure zone valve was broken, and water was temporarily shut off to keep pollutants from getting into the school’s water system.
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