MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Kirby High School will be back in session, as classes are set to resume Tuesday.
The school had been closed since Aug. 28 due to rodent issues.
Shelby County Schools announced they will be back in school Tuesday after clean-up crews worked to “complete the deep cleaning and renovation process inside the building.”
We are excited to welcome back the students of Kirby High School tomorrow, September 4th. Here is a look at the hard work put in over the last week to have school ready for instruction. https://t.co/GXr7AHlnV5— Shelby Co. Schools (@SCSK12Unified) September 3, 2018
In the tweet, officials provided a video showing the clean-up process over the past week.
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