Marshall County's Sand Hill Elementary School students were moved to another school in November so that Consolidation Coal could mine underground in the vicinity.

Reports say the school has been damaged by the mining operation.

Superintendent Fred Renzella said that school officials haven't determined when Sand Hill Elementary School will reopen.

Fifty-six students, their teachers and the principal were moved to another school in November.

A report by Consol indicates there are stress cracks in the block structure and damage to the front door.

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