UPDATED: Fire at Natick High School; 60 Preschoolers & 50 NHS Staff & Students Evacuated

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NATICK – Natick Police and Natick Fire are investigating a fire at Natick High School that happened Friday afternoon, November 19.

The fire was discovered about 2:50 p.m. in the boys’ locker room at Natick High.

The fire alarm was pulled and the fire was extinguished, and everyone evacuated the building.

“The fire occurred after high school dismissal and during preschool pickup. At the time there were approximately 50 high school students and staff members and approximately 60 preschoolers with staff members in the building,” according to Natick Public School officials.

The NPS administrators and Natick police are conducting a complete investigation.  We are a strong and vibrant community that looks out for one another. After nearly two very long years of isolation, we are determined to reclaim our culture of togetherness, safety and respect within NPS.  If you know anything about this event, please report it through our anonymous tip line at: https://www.natickps.org/contact_us/speakupnatick,” wrote the school district.

“We appreciate the hard work of our first responders, today and every day,” said the school district in an email to families.


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