Cheyenne High School

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Cheyenne High School students, teachers and staff were sent home Friday due to a power outage.

Clark County School District spokesman Bryan Callahan confirmed that there was an outage at the school Friday morning. Students were sent home to do distance learning. According to the school's website, students were set to take some final exams Friday.

According to NV Energy spokesperson Jennifer Schuricht, the outage impacted two customers in the area of Simmons Street and Craig Road. The outage was reported at 7:14 a.m. and was restored after 55 minutes.

Schuricht said the outage was caused by an issue with a fuse.

Callahan couldn't provide details on if students were able to be bussed back home or if parents were needed to pick students up and take them home.

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