PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WPRI) — Winters Elementary School in Pawtucket will not reopen on Monday after another heating coil failed and burst over the weekend.

School officials say there is more water damage to classrooms but not as significant as earlier this month.

“The damage is significantly lower than the previous as it was caught much earlier, however, it is enough to delay the reopening of Winters Elementary School,” a statement from the school read.

Students haven’t been inside the new school since Feb. 3 when the state experienced a record-breaking cold snap.

“We thank our families, teachers, and students for their patience throughout the past few weeks. We are working closely with Colliers and our partners to make the appropriate repairs and find the cause for these coil failures so this does not occur again,” the statement read.

Students will continue to learn remotely.