Small fire cancels Brighton High School classes

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Posted 10/7/21

A small fire at Brighton High School canceled classes Oct. 6.

The responsible student is in custody and is facing charges.

The fire was in a bathroom on the south side of the campus, according …

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Small fire cancels Brighton High School classes

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School reopened at Brighton High School Oct. 7, one day after a fire canceled classes.
The responsible student is in custody and is facing charges.
The fire was in a bathroom on the south side of the campus, according to a social media post.
"I am disappointed that a student made a poor choice that impacted the safety of our students and the community," Principal Shelley Genereux posted to social media. "But I'm extremely proud of how our students responded to this emergency situation."
The post reported that some students' backpacks in two classrooms sustained water damage.
Last weekend, a threat to the school forced a postponement of the BHS homecoming dance. There's been no word on a make-up date.
"We will not let this incident define who we are as Brighton Bulldogs," Genereux's post said.

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