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$1.3M in repairs, renovations continue at high school
A $1.3 million repair and renovation project is well underway at Woodburn High School, to combat the lingering effects of secondary damage sustained during a May 2012 fire.
This work is aimed at fixing the damage caused by smoke, heat or water rather than direct contact with the flames.
(Top photo) A worker applies paint to new trim in a hallway at the high school, while (bottom photo) significant work is being done in the offices of the Woodburn Academy of Art, Science and Technology (WAAST).