KETCHUM, OKLAHOMA -- Students at Ketchum Schools are getting Friday off from school. That is the fourth day in a row.
The Craig County school district superintendent canceled classes once again because of the ongoing cleanup at the district's high school.
The school sustained flooding on Monday after a water line in the building broke, leaving several inches of water in the library and several of the classrooms.
While students have the day off, Ketchum school teachers will be headed back to school Friday in what the superintendent calls a 'team building exercise.'