The 60-acre campus of the California School for the Deaf has undergone some renovations over the past 50 years, but nothing like what's going on today, the Riverside Press Enterprise reports.
“This is the first major overhaul of the campus,” Scott Kerby, the school’s interim superintendent, told the Press Enterprise. “After 50 years you can only renovate so much.”
One of two state schools for the deaf, the Riverside campus was established in 1953 and serves 11 Southern California counties.
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