Bristow Public Schools closes early Monday due to water issues
BRISTOW, Okla. (KTUL) —
Bristow Public Schools is asking parents to come pick up their kids due to water issues at the schools.
The problem is a lack of water pressure, according to a post from Bristow Public Schools. An old water line on East 11th Street blew apart and caused a leak.
Around 1,790 students from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade attend the schools. Bottled water will be provided to the students tomorrow.
All Monday activities will be rescheduled for Friday, according to the district.