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Teaching assistant Louis Lopez, left, keeps an eye on playing students after the end of class at the Churchill School in Cheyenne, Wyo., Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2004. The state of Wyoming, coffers flush from a natural gas boom, is planning on spending a chunk of its surplus on school infrastructure. The Churchill school, built in 1911, will soon be replaced with a new $7.2 million facility. The three-story school building suffers from age and a lack of accomodation for handicapped students who may not be able to negotiate the stairways. Lopez himself was a student at the school in 1949. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)
Teaching assistant Louis Lopez, left, keeps an eye on playing students after the end of class at the Churchill School in Cheyenne, Wyo., Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2004. The state of Wyoming, coffers flush from a natural gas boom, is planning on spending a chunk of its surplus on school infrastructure. The Churchill school, built in 1911, will soon be replaced with a new $7.2 million facility. The three-story school building suffers from age and a lack of accomodation for handicapped students who...
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