SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - School officials say classes for students at Navajo Elementary School will resume Thursday, at a different location.
Classes were cancelled for school students Wednesday, after a fire. According to the Scottsdale Fire Department, the fire broke out in a storage room at the school. Crews from multiple Valley fire agencies responded to the school and quickly controlled the fire.
FIRE AT NAVAJO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:— Marcy Jones Fox 10 (@MarcyJonesFox10) August 22, 2018
Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa & Phoenix fire crews responding to a fire in a “isolated storage room” at the elementary school. Fire is out, no injuries, smoke is being cleared from a few nearby classrooms. @FOX10Phoenix #Fox10Phoenix pic.twitter.com/TLMjynGHr6
Scottsdale, Tempe, Phoenix and Mesa crews were called to a fire isolated to a storage room at Navajo Elementary School. Crews on-scene quickly obtained fire control. Smoke is being removed from nearby classrooms. #WeCareForYou pic.twitter.com/hZ1uVPdCyN— ScottsdaleFD (@ScottsdaleFire) August 22, 2018
⚠️ Last night there was a fire at Navajo that has left the building damaged. As always, safety of our students and staff is our primary concern, school has been cancelled for today.— Navajo Elementary (@NavajoSUSD) August 22, 2018
On Wednesday night, school officials said classes will resume at Oak Learning Academy, located at 7501 W. Oak Street, about three miles away. School will start at 9:00 a.m., and end at 3:30 p.m.