Students attending a damaged school in Fall River will have a new place to continue their education in September.
Students from the Resiliency Preparatory School are moving into the old Durfee Tech building.
The Fall River school committee voted Monday night in favor of the new location on Rock Street.
Winds damaged the roof of their former building back in January.
Mayor Will Flanagan told NBC 10 it will take a week to move everything into the new building and the 200 students will start at their new school on time.
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