At noon on Saturday, March 23, the leaders of Woodrow Wilson High School and other community members will host a dedication ceremony for the new arts and science wing at Woodrow, followed by an open house.
The $14 million building, which was funded as a part of the 2008 DISD bond election, is three stories and 40,000 square feet. It includes 19 classrooms and science labs, a two story rehearsal hall, a dance studio, dressing rooms, a black box theater and all kinds of other goodies.
Woodrow alumni, this is your opportunity to take a walk down memory lane and see the changes the school has made since the good ole days when you ran the halls. But also, for those neighbors who are not of Woodrow, if you’ve ever wanted a peek inside, the open house is for you too.
There will be presentations and performances by various groups, and refreshments will be served. The ribbon cutting starts around noon and should last about 20 minutes. Afterwards, you can wander the halls until 3 p.m.
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