Booker T. Washington High School will open its doors on Monday fully renovated after a fire last month.
The school was being renovated at the time of the fire that left an entire wing of the school un-usable.
Contractors used emergency funds to replace floors, electrical wiring, and phones.
The director of construction and capital projects says his crews and sub workers are the reason the project came together so quickly.
Teachers began setting up their classrooms today and students begin classes Monday morning.
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