Napa school district's schools declared safe to re-open following quake

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Engineers have finished inspecting all 30 schools in Napa and found the quake did no structural damage. The Stone Bridge Charter School, which had not started yet, will postpone opening day after some cracks were found. The task of getting ready for students is underway.

For the past two days, three teams of architects and engineers have been examining every inch of Napa's 30 schools looking for any structural damage following Sunday morning's earthquake.

"There was no structural damage throughout the entire district, which is really good news. It just shows you how well school buildings are built," said Mark Quattrocchi of Quattrocchi Kwok Architects.

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