From Enterprise Staff
Livingston ISD students were already scheduled to have Friday off with it being a bad weather makeup day that was not used. However, students attending Livingston High School got an even earlier jump on their weekend when district officials made the decision late Wednesday to cancel classes at the high school Thursday. The air conditioning system at the high school campus was not working properly due to control issues with the HVAC system.
“The problem was only control issues with the system and not a mechanical problem. The temperature inside the building became uncomfortable by Wednesday afternoon, so we made the decision to cancel classes on Thursday,” Livingston ISD Superintendent Dr. Brent Hawkins said.
“The issue has been resolved, so we look forward to students returning on Monday morning,” Hawkins said, adding that the control issues did not affect any other campus.