Bronx teachers being relocated to schools not damaged

Public school teachers from The Bronx are reporting back to school this morning for the first time since Sandy struck. Teachers from seven local schools

THE BRONX - Public school teachers from The Bronx are reporting back to school this morning for the first time since Sandy struck. Teachers from seven local schools damaged by the storm are being relocated to other spots throughout the borough. Chancellor Dennis Walcott says teachers who work in buildings that were not damaged should report to their regular schools. There is no word yet on whether or not the affected schools will be ready to open on Monday.

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