The Fresno High community is getting set to dedicate two new buildings that flank the school's historic Royce Hall.
At 4 p.m. Tuesday, students, parents and teachers will celebrate the new buildings that face Echo Avenue and were completed this summer.
The structures, which were designed to match Royce's classical architecture, house classrooms, administrative offices and the library. They're part of a district-wide building campaign funded through the voter-approved Measure Q bond, which gave schools $280 million in 2010 to make improvements and construct new buildings.
In July, the school tore down buildings near the front of the school known as the "bunkers." It also cleared away 20 portable classrooms to make room for the new buildings.
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