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School's out for good

Sophomore Sara Shea (left) and junior Casey Weisner observe the destruction of the 200 Building at Bainbridge High. Demolition work began Monday, and has gone smoothly so far, officials said. The will be rubble within the next few weeks. - Brad Camp/Staff Photo
Sophomore Sara Shea (left) and junior Casey Weisner observe the destruction of the 200 Building at Bainbridge High. Demolition work began Monday, and has gone smoothly so far, officials said. The will be rubble within the next few weeks.
— image credit: Brad Camp/Staff Photo

The 200 Building is razed to make way for the new, larger high school wing.

There's a lot going down these days at Bainbridge High School.

With just one week until graduation, the school year is winding down.

Under the giant knuckles of machinery, the 200 building is falling down.

And, fortuitously for taxpayers, the amount of money that will come out of their pocket to fund its replacement structure has dropped down

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