WEST, Texas (KXAN) - School officials in West, Texas are working on a game plan to return kids to a "normal routine" by Monday.
Three of the four campuses in the West Independent School District were in the blast zone after a fertilizer plant exploded Wednesday night. The elementary school located about a mile and a half from the site is the only campus that is not damaged.
The Intermediate campus located across the street was destroyed. Aerial video from the Dallas NBC affiliate showed most of the roof caved in.
West ISD is a small district of about 1,400 students and 200 employees.
An emergency school board meeting was held this afternoon on the elementary campus to form a game plan to get kids back in class by Monday. During a press conference Thursday night, Superintendent Marty Crawford said they want to return kids to a normal routine as quickly as possible.
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