Don’t expect to see students at Union Elementary School in their classrooms.
Most of the children have been in the cafeteria, the computer lab or the library for the last week because of a broken heating system, officials said Tuesday.
West Las Vegas Superintendent Jim Abreu said the school has heating at both ends of its building, but because of a broken part in the heater, the middle of the building, where the classrooms are, is without heat. The school has been dealing with the problem for the last couple of weeks, he said.
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