I write this letter as a thank you to so many. I recently went on the eighth WWII Honor Flight.
HUNTLEY — Every single student at Huntley Project’s junior high and high school — all 370 of them — spent Friday morning cleaning up roadsides in the four communities that feed the school: Worden, Ballantine, Huntley and Pompeys Pillar.
WORDEN — Fifth- and sixth-graders at Huntley Project Elementary School are pulling out all the stops for this year's Veterans Day celebration in Worden.
Commons area of the Huntley Project High School.
Locker rooms in the new Huntley Project High School.
Huntley Project High School Principal Mark Wandle leads a tour of the new school.
A new basketball floor is being installed in the new Huntley Project School.
The cafeteria and upper floor of the new Huntley Project High School.
The commons area in the new Huntley Project School.
Huntley Project High School Principal Mark Wandle shows a science room at the new school.
Huntley Project High School Principal Mark Wandle shows new desks and chairs in the school.
Huntley Project High School Principal Mark Wandle looks over a trophy case in the newly rebuilt school. Beneath the case are salvaged sections of the original basketball court flooring.
Computer lab in the new Huntley Project High School
New Huntley Project School.
Huntley Project High School Principal Mark Wandle looks over a commons area in the new school with folded lunchroom tables. The commons area will be used as both the cafeteria and the auditorium. A raised stage with movable partitions is in front and the library is behind it.
In a few weeks, students who were freshmen in 2008, when Huntley Project High School in Worden burned to the ground, will enter a new state-of-the-art school as seniors.
WORDEN -- For many seniors, watching Huntley Project High School rise from its own ashes is bittersweet.
Huntley Project High School principal Mark Wandle talks about the excitement of getting the new high School finished.
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