Moving day at Helen Haller Elementary

Movers from Modern Building Systems of Aumsville, Ore., help transport two halves of a portable classroom to the north end of Helen Haller Elementary School.

Moving day at Helen Haller Elementary

Movers from Modern Building Systems of Aumsville, Ore., help transport two halves of a portable classroom to the north end of Helen Haller Elementary School.

The classroom will be ready to use for this fall’s school year which begins Sept. 3.

School district officials said the portable may be used for a computer lab this year and house a furth grade class next school year.

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