Some classes to move after roof collapse at high school

MURPHYSBORO, IL – This is how the auditorium looks at Murphysboro High School in southern Illinois.

Crews have started repairing the building’s roof after it collapsed from heavy rain last week. The facility is home to the drama department and chorus department. Principal Tony Wilson told us he will find them a temporary home.

The repair is estimated to cost about $1 million. Classes start at the school in one week.

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