Water main break at QHS repaired, but students asked to bring water from home for Tuesday classes

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Jody Steinke, principal at Quincy High School, wrote in a post on the QHS Facebook page that the break has been repaired, and water service has been restored to campus.

QUINCY — A water main break on Sunday at Quincy High School led to water service being turned off at the school for most of Sunday and Monday.

Jody Steinke, principal at Quincy High School, wrote in a post on the QHS Facebook page that the break has been repaired, and water service has been restored to campus.

“Unfortunately, we will not be able to drink the water at school on Tuesday,” Steinke said in the post.

Steinke encourages students to bring water bottles from home for class on Tuesday, the first day of classes in 2023. He also said bottled water will be available in the main office, attendance office, athletic office and the vocational office.

Steinke thanked the maintenance and custodial staff for Quincy Public Schools and Quincy High School. He also thanked Brinkman Plumbing for acting quickly to take care of the problem.

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