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Water disconnect causes Sumrall schools to release early

SUMRALL, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Lamar County Schools

Due to an emergency water disconnect scheduled for today in the Sumrall community, we will be releasing all Sumrall schools early. We are supplying students with water while they are attending school, but once the water is off we will need to close the schools due to sanitary issues. Also, be advised that the city of Sumrall is under a boil water notice.

Sumrall Elementary will release car riders at 1:15 p.m. and the buses will be loading at 1:30. Sumrall Middle School be will releasing car riders at 1:35 and buses will load at 1:50. Sumrall High School will release at 1:50. 

All after school tutoring and activities will be canceled. This includes the Basketball game scheduled for tonight. 

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