Knox County School officials estimate the damage and repairs from last week's extreme cold cost the district nearly $50,000.

School leaders canceled classes two days last week after the single-digit temperatures caused pipes to break and heaters to malfunction in several schools. South-Doyle High was the hardest hit.

Here's the breakdown of repair costs:

  • Three HVAC units were damaged totaling more than $16,000.
  • Overtime cost more than $22,000.
  • Cost for supplies and materials is estimated at $10,000.
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