Educators unveil remodeled school

By Alex Davis | adavis@wcia.com

Published 12/18 2013 04:03PM

Updated 12/19 2013 10:20AM

DECATUR -- Educators were proud to welcome community members to Eisenhower High School for its ribbon cutting Wednesday. Students will start their spring semester there mid-January.

District 61 Superintendent Gloria Davis says the state-of-the-art facility will improve classroom learning through technology and innovation. The total cost is about $40 million including renovation, furniture and technology.

Next on the to-do list, Decatur Public Schools will work to renovate MacArthur High School. That's set to begin next year.

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