BAINBRIDGE – Thanks to an early morning electrical glitch, middle and high school students in the Bainbridge-Guilford Central School district had the day off on Wednesday. Students were back in class on Thursday, with no further interuptions of service expected, according to the school’s top administrator.
“Everything has been up and running today,” said Superintendent Karl Brown in a phone interview yesterday.
According to Brown, the outage occurred at the middle/high school campus around 2 a.m. on Wednesday. At the time it was discovered, the cause was unknown.