Schools monitor buildings amid frigid weather
Baltimore City Public Schools recently started using technology to monitor building conditions amid severe weather. The last cold snap caused pipes to burst at Frederick Douglass High School during winter break, which led to a massive amount of flooding throughout the entire building. The school had to close to students and staff for almost a month due to severe water damage. Ninth- and 10th-grade students have since returned to campus, and upperclassmen could be allowed to return next week.