Work being done at Monsignor Scanlan H.S. to reopen Tuesday after being set ablaze

School administrators at Monsignor Scanlan High School have been working around the clock to resume classes this week after a fire ripped through the premises.

School officials say a portable heating system will be brought in due to the damage in the boiler room.

School officials say a portable heating system will be brought in due to the damage in the boiler room. (1/19/14)

THROGGS NECK - School administrators at Monsignor Scanlan High School have been working around the clock to resume classes this week after a fire ripped through the premises.

Officials say the three-alarm fire started in the boiler room and extended to the church area of the Throggs Neck school after 6 p.m. They say three firefighters were injured.

School administrators, including Principal Dr. Patrick McGuire were on-site Saturday to assess the damage and determine if the school can open. They say a portable heating system will be brought in due to the damage in the boiler room.

Authorities say that the damage has been confined to the chapel and science labs.

A school coach says there were no students in the 5-story building at the time.

The school says it will continue to keep students and parents informed about whether classes will resume on Tuesday.

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