• Kirby High School students, faculty returning to school following rodent problems


    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Kirby High School will be back in session, as classes are set to resume Tuesday. 

    RELATED: Officials back up perfect score on health inspection, school remains closed for rodent problems

    The school had been closed since Aug. 28 due to rodent issues. 

    RELATED: Shelby Co. school closed due to rodent problem got perfect score on last health inspection

    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.”

    In the tweet, officials provided a video showing the clean-up process over the past week.

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