Architects used a temporary high school at an empty mall as an incubator for ideas for the new Joplin High School, which was dedicated on Friday.
Architects used a temporary high school at an empty mall as an incubator for ideas for the new Joplin High School, which was dedicated on Friday. Brian Davidson Special to The Star
Architects used a temporary high school at an empty mall as an incubator for ideas for the new Joplin High School, which was dedicated on Friday. Brian Davidson Special to The Star

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