Built nearly 100 years ago, the old Washington School started coming down Wednesday
by Shirley Todd
The walls of Washington Elementary are coming down. The building has been vacant since closing its doors in December, 2011, just as students were moved to the new Collins Elementary.
In 1918, a new high school was built on the west side of town and was called North School. Around that time, East School, which was built in 1910 and was the original high school, changed its name to Washington and became an elementary school.
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