Dover Middle School is on a remote learning schedule for a second day in a row.

In a message sent just after 5 a.m. Wednesday morning, the district said a "failure of its fire sprinkler system" was to blame. The message did disclose specifics of the problem.

All other Dover public schools are open on a regular schedule.

Dover public schools were on a remote schedule Tuesday because of the snow.

The Dover School Board approved the use of remote learning days in December 2021 to allow for a combination of synchronized and asynchronized learning in place of a day off because of snow. It also counts as a full day of school, so there will not be as many days to make up at the end of the school year.

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