Inspectors have visited the Whitehall City School District's new buildings, and the schools are ready for opening day Sept. 4.
Some inspectors had visited Whitehall-Yearling High School on Aug. 29, but the electrical inspector was unable to attend.
Orientation for students in grades 10-12 were scheduled for Aug. 30 but had to be pushed back so the electrical inspector could visit then.
A comment on the district's Facebook page referenced a rumor about the high school failing inspections.
Superintendent Brian Hamler told ThisWeek the inspections went well.
Some setbacks did delay the opening of the new C. Ray Williams Early Childhood Center, which will open Sept. 10 in the former Kae Avenue Elementary School.
Read the Sept. 5 edition of ThisWeek Whitehall News for details.