SEYMOUR - A fire at Seymour Middle School forces officials to cancelclasses Friday.
The fire started after 10:30 Thursday night in the art room.
Authorities say a janitor noticed smoke, and called the firedepartment.
Firefighters believe an electrical problem caused the blaze, andsay foul play is not suspected.
No injuries were reported.
Even though classes are canceled Friday, school employees shouldstill report to work.
School officials hope to resume classes on Monday.
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