GRAFTON, Mass. – Superintendent of Schools James Cummings is waiting until morning to determine whether Grafton students will return to school Tuesday.
Hurricane Sandy knocked out school Monday for Grafton students when Cummings pre-emptively made the call Sunday in response to forecasts that had the worst of the wind and rain hitting in the afternoon.
"It looks pretty good right now," Cummings said in an email. "All of the schools have power and the six closed roads are being worked on now."
Thousands of Grafton residents were without power Monday evening. The brunt of Hurricane Sandy's power is expected to leave the area around midnight.
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