Ottawa Catholic elementary school damaged by storm
An Ottawa Catholic elementary school in Nepean suffered severe damage during Saturday's major storm.
St. Monica School on Merivale Road has damage to the roof following the storm.
Photos from CTV News Ottawa's Peter Szperling show the roof of the one-floor school shifted off the building, a giant tree in front of the school and debris scattered across the property.
The Ottawa Catholic School Board says the school will move to virtual learning on Tuesday while the damage is assessed. An email has been sent to families with more details.
The board continues to assess all of the schools for damage after the storm moved through the city on Saturday afternoon, leaving a trail of damaged buildings, downed trees and broken hydro lines.
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The City of Ottawa is shifting its response to the May 21 derecho storm after collecting 'thousands of tonnes' of debris from around the city.
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