Potential Structural Problems at Another School in Wilkes-Barre

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WILKES-BARRE -- Less than two weeks after the Wilkes-Barre Area School District discovered structural problems at one of its high schools, a similar problem turned up at another high school in the district.

The district said during a visual inspection of Meyers High School on Thursday engineers discovered possible issues with the facade of the building.

Orange fences were put up around the building and officials said some of the entrances will be blocked off on Friday as a precaution.

Earlier this month, cracks were also discovered in the facade of Coughlin High School in Wilkes-Barre.


  • heather

    They should just find a great big piece of land and build one big high school . They can use GAR for a middle school for 7/8 grade. Knock the other two down already

    • E

      Why? So the narrow minded people of that area can cry about the tax money that’s necessary to complete the project. Think before you type.

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