It will be decided no later than Sunday evening if there will be school at Lincoln High School Monday. Scholl was out of session Thursday and Friday following the collapse of a ceiling in a third- floor classroom Wednesday afternoon. No one was in that classroom during the collapse and no one was hurt. Superintendent Mark Holzman tells Seehafer News that the district is awaiting final-results from a 48-hour engineering test of the second- floor ceiling that will completed Sunday. Meanwhile Holzman says the City Inspector and structural engineer have determined that 12 classrooms on the third floor that were part of the original construction will need additional supports before students and staff can return to them. Classes held in those third-floor classrooms will be moved to new locations in the school until repairs are completed. Superintendent Holzman adds that the remaining classrooms on the third-floor and the hallways—which were part of a later building addition in 1999—have been deemed to be structurally sound. He would like to thank families for their patience and understanding as MPSD deems the safety and well-being of students and staff as their number one priority.