Lawrence County High School to undergo renovations | Schools
Major roof renovations to Lawrence County High School in Moulton could begin as soon as the middle of October.
A macro-burst heavily damaged the school building over the summer, affecting a hallway, some classrooms and the gym.
That damage is blamed for water seeping in and causing two ceiling tiles to collapse during the school day Monday.
Lawrence County Superintendent Heath Grimes says the tiles fell in a hallway area where no students were and in classrooms that are not being used because of the damage. The gym floor also got wet again because of the rain.
Grimes said a pre-construction meeting involving the state will be held in the next couple of weeks before repairs begin on the roof.