GALLOWAY, OHIO: A central Ohio high school is reopening after students missed a week of classes due to an odor that made several feel ill.
The odor initially canceled classes for a day, but that turned into a week of closed doors after the smell persisted and an investigation was launched.
The Columbus Dispatch reports Tuesday that district officials haven’t ruled out that someone caused the smell.
South-Western City schools spokeswoman Sandy Nekoloff says the school on the far west side of Columbus is opening as normal.
The district hired experts in air quality and building mechanical systems to investigate.