From Hoboken Patch: Hoboken Charter School's elementary students will temporarily relocate to the former St. Anne’s School building in Jersey City Heights, N.J. Classes will resume Sept. 18, at which point the students will have missed eight days of school. School officials say that because of the fire damage, a return to its campus this year was unlikely.
EARLIER...from The Jersey Journal: The Hoboken Charter School in Hoboken, N.J., has canceled classes for the next several days as school officials search for an alternative site for the K-8 program in the wake of last week's three-alarm fire at the school. Seven firefighters were injured and 200 students had to be evacuated when a three-alarm fire damaged the top three floors of the four-story school. The fire started on the second floor of the school, but officials have not said how it began. The firefighters sustained non-life-threatening injuries. The building sustained fire, smoke, and water damage.