School board votes to demolish instead of spend millions to upgrade
Sophomore Scott Neff, left, leads about 50 Englewood High School students in a rally Feb. 13 to urge the school board not to demolish the pool. The board watched a video of the rally but said it wasn't financially responsible to save the pool and earmarked it for destruction sometime this year. Photo by Tom Munds
Scott Neff, left, gets verbal and written Save the Pool support from Maddie Avjean during the Feb. 13 rally to urge the school board not to demolish the pool . The school board voted later that day to earmark the pool for demolition as construction begins on the seventh- through 12th-grade campus on the high school site. Photo by Tom Munds
The Englewood High School pool sits quietly as a swim team prepares to start practice. Photo by Tom Munds
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