WATERTOWN (WKOW) -- First, it was mysterious shaking in northeast Wisconsin, now it's exploding kitchen tiles here in the southern part of the state.
Officials at St. Henry's Catholic school in Watertown say tiles in the kitchen started buckling and exploding during Monday's lunch.
The school was closed Tuesday so engineers and inspectors could take a look at the source.
They haven't found it yet, but they say the school is safe enough to reopen Wednesday.
But, the kitchen will be closed for the foreseeable future.
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