Vandalism damage keeps students from class

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COLUMBIANA, Ala. (AP) — Students at a Shelby County high school weren't able to attend classes as normal after vandals struck the building overnight.

Officials say students at Oak Mountain High School spent Thursday studying in the cafeteria and elsewhere after someone coated classroom hallway floors with a slippery, soapy substance.

Cleaning crews were called to remove the mess, and parents were allowed to check out students who wanted to leave.

School officials say they don't know who vandalized the school, but they're investigating.



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