Trail Wind Elementary School Principal Beverly Boyd, center, and Assistant Principal Jean Lovelace, right, joined teachers, staff and Boise district maintenance staff Jan. 9 to clean up classrooms and hallways after fire sprinkler pipes burst.
Trail Wind Elementary School Principal Beverly Boyd, center, and Assistant Principal Jean Lovelace, right, joined teachers, staff and Boise district maintenance staff Jan. 9 to clean up classrooms and hallways after fire sprinkler pipes burst. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Trail Wind Elementary School Principal Beverly Boyd, center, and Assistant Principal Jean Lovelace, right, joined teachers, staff and Boise district maintenance staff Jan. 9 to clean up classrooms and hallways after fire sprinkler pipes burst. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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