FHS project underway

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Employees of Ashcraft Tree Services take down three trees in the Findlay High School courtyard Tuesday, while L.J. Irving Demolition workers remove the awning over the walkway in front of the school. The work is part of the $2.5 million project to construct a new secure entrance for the school. The new entrance will close off a courtyard and provide an enclosed corridor between the current main entrance and the auditorium entrance. The addition will also feature a security office that students and visitors will have to pass through when entering the building during school hours. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Employees of Ashcraft Tree Services take down three trees in the Findlay High School courtyard Tuesday, while L.J. Irving Demolition workers remove the awning over the walkway in front of the school. The work is part of the $2.5 million project to construct a new secure entrance for the school. The new entrance will close off a courtyard and provide an enclosed corridor between the current main entrance and the auditorium entrance. The addition will also feature a security office that students and visitors will have to pass through when entering the building during school hours. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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