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Classes Resume For Delco High School Students After Arson

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LANSDOWNE, Pa. -

It is back to school Wednesday for students at Penn Wood High School in Delaware County.

Their campus in Lansdowne was damaged by arson last week.

Now, they will finish the year at a different school.

Last week, an arsonist broke into the school's Green Avenue campus in Lansdowne and set at least two fires, closing the building for the rest of the year.

Now, all students will be in one building at Penn Wood's Cypress Street campus in Yeadon.

Juniors and seniors will go in the morning and underclassmen in the afternoon.

Police continue to investigate the fire, but so far there have been no arrests.

FOX 29's Stacey Stauffer is live in Yeadon with more on how Penn Wood is handling the situation.

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