COURTLAND, Ala. (AP) -- Classes have been canceled at a north Alabama high school after a fire spewed smoke into hallways and classrooms.
Fire officials say the blaze broke out late Monday night at R. A. Hubbard High School in Lawrence County.
School officials canceled classes for Tuesday. Lawrence County Schools Superintendent Heath Grimes said the hope is that classes will resume on Wednesday.
Authorities say one firefighter was treated for smoke inhalation but was not taken to the hospital.
Fire officials say they think the blaze started in a shop class, but they were still working to determine the cause.