Laradon School in Denver to reopen Monday after destructive hailstorm

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DENVER — Laradon School said it will reopen Monday after being closed since Monday because of damage from a hailstorm that hit the city.

Denver police officers and other members of the community have been working to help clean up the damage and get the school reopened.

Laradon is a nonprofit that helps children and adults with developmental disabilities.

“For the past couple months, some of our officers have been helping at the school and working to learn more about the services it provides,” the Denver Police Department wrote on Facebook on Saturday.

“So, when the officers learned that the school had to close because it suffered severe hail damage following the storm earlier this week, they didn’t just take the day(s) off. Instead, they rolled up their sleeves and got to work, helping to clean up the nearly $2 million in damages.”

Lardon’s website has information for those who want to donate.

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