PHOENIX - Tuesday's monster storm caused major damage across the Valley, including flooding a north Phoenix high school.
Viewer photos from inside Sandra Day O'Connor High School showed water-logged hallways blocked by caution tape, and muddy flood waters outside one of the school buildings.
Ashley Morris, communications specialist, for the Deer Valley Unified School District, said one building on campus flooded.
Twelve classrooms have been relocated, she said. Normal class schedules are in place, he said.
Robyn Rolfes told ABC15 her son reported that he and his classmates were moved to the library to continue their studies. School administrators have reportedly not said anything about canceling school for the day.
Nearby areas saw heavy rain Tuesday morning, with some reporting two to three inches in a matter of hours.