Authorities in New Hampshire have responded to two high schools which have been evacuated for structural damage.
Milford Fire says one incident happened at Milford Senior High at 100 West St. A teacher noticed a light shift on the west end of the high school and called the fire department.
About 900 students were evacuated to the middle school and then were sent home.
The fire department noticed more damage in other areas of the building and are still doing assessments.
The district planned on removing the snow next week during break.
There is no word on how long the building will be closed. The superintendent said the damage could be over $10,000.
There were no injuries.
Gossler Park Elementary School in Manchester was also evacuated after the principal noticed a crack in the wall.
Students have been moved to the middle school next door.
Inspectors are surveying the damage.