D.C. officials say the 35-year-old building in northeast Washington will be torn down to make way for a new school, which is expected to cost $99 million.
School officials say they will begin emptying the seven-story building in June. During construction, Woodson students will be assigned to the old Fletcher-Johnson education center, which was closed in 2006.
The new school will be built on Woodson's football field.
Friday, April 04, 2008
H.D. Woodson High School to be demolished
Come Fall H.D. Woodson High School will, at least in its current form, be no more.