Officials with the Lewisville Independent School District say classes at the Dale Jackson Career Center will resume on Thursday after a fire broke out at the school on Wednesday.
The fire started at about 10:15 a.m. at 1597 South Edmonds Lane, according to a Lewisville ISD spokesperson.
All students and faculty were safely evacuated from the school, the spokesperson said.
The fire started in the back of the school, the spokesperson said. The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
The Lewisville ISD said all classes will resume a normal schedule on Thursday, however the Mill and Cabinetmaking classes will be moved to a different classroom in the building.
Students attend specialized classes at the career center, such as auto repair and cosmetology classes.
Students were bused back to their home campuses following the fire, the spokesperson said.
All afternoon DJCC classes have been cancelled and students will remain at their home campuses, the spokesperson said.