The last look at the 200s

Starting Friday, March 15, the classrooms in the 200s hallway behind the Welcome Center will be demolished

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  • Old papers that have been left in one of the science labs remain on the floor, March 13. The lab will be demolished, Friday, March 15.

  • An empty classroom holds nothing but dust and a desk, March 15. The classroom will be demolished, Friday, March 15.

  • A project from an old Smartboard is smashed to pieces on the floor of an old classroom. The room has already been gutted, but will be demolished, Friday, March 15.

  • Dust and scraps from a ceiling tile are scattered along the floor of an old classroom, March 13. The classroom will be demolished, Friday, March 15.

  • An old bookshelf is marked "Obselete," March 13. The shelf sits in a room that will be demolished, Friday, March 15.

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Ceilings tiles have been removed and desks have been taken out. The walls are bare, wearing nothing but the white paint on the cinderblocks. Screws, bolts and dust are scattered along the floor. One corner has a stack of books, another has a pile of papers from an old assignment. The only remnants of the Smartboard that adorned the wall are the markers on the floor. This is Room 295 at EHS. 

Beginning Friday, March 15, the classrooms behind the Welcome Center will be demolished. The old science labs, French and ASL classrooms have already been gutted and emptied, but after Friday, the rooms will be nonexistent. 

With Spring Break starting after school, Thursday, March 14 and demolition starting Friday, the EHS-hub got a behind-the-scenes look at the classrooms before they are razed. 

 

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