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Fairfield schools closed due to water main break; Graduations to proceed as scheduled

Fairfield City Schools are closed due to a water main break. (Source: Raycom images) Fairfield City Schools are closed due to a water main break. (Source: Raycom images)
FAIRFIELD, AL (WBRC) -

All Fairfield schools are closed due to Tuesday's water main break

School staff is still expected to report at 10 a.m., according to interim Superintendent Walt Curry, Jr. 

Kindergarten and high school graduations scheduled for today will go on as planned. 

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