WASHINGTON (AP) - D.C. officials are cutting the ribbon on the final phase of a $62 million renovation at Anacostia High School.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning will include D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, Councilmember Marion Barry and Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson. The first phase of the renovation opened last year. Upgrades include a refurbished auditorium and a new media center.
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