CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1999 |
More than five years after losing much of their school to the Northridge earthquake, students at Alemany High School plan to celebrate the opening of their renovated campus today. About 25 offices, classrooms, laboratories and art rooms were recently completed at Alemany, said the school's activities director Tina Eick. Officials will also break ground for a new gym, which should be finished next year. Since the 1994 earthquake, students have been using a temporary dome as a gym, Eick said.