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  • Saying goodbye to Brooks

    Parents, faculty and students are saying goodbye to the buildings on the site of Brooks Elementary School. This summer crews will begin razing Brooks' oldest sections to make way for a new $22.4 million building, which will add needed on-site parking and space for carpool lanes.

Parents, faculty and students are saying goodbye to the buildings on the site of Brooks Elementary School. This summer crews will begin razing Brooks' oldest sections to make way for a new $22.4 million building, which will add needed on-site parking and space for carpool lanes. Chris Cioffi ccioffi@newsobserver.com
Parents, faculty and students are saying goodbye to the buildings on the site of Brooks Elementary School. This summer crews will begin razing Brooks' oldest sections to make way for a new $22.4 million building, which will add needed on-site parking and space for carpool lanes. Chris Cioffi ccioffi@newsobserver.com

Families leave their mark on Brooks Elementary before it’s torn down

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