In 2012, The State accompanied a group of USC studentsto Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg where they weatherized two portable classrooms in an effort to help the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially save some money. Here, Maintenance Supervisor, Jimmie Shepherd, examines particle board that was put in place to block sun from coming into, and heating up, classrooms.
In 2012, The State accompanied a group of USC studentsto Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg where they weatherized two portable classrooms in an effort to help the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially save some money. Here, Maintenance Supervisor, Jimmie Shepherd, examines particle board that was put in place to block sun from coming into, and heating up, classrooms. C Michael Bergen mbergen@thestate.com
In 2012, The State accompanied a group of USC studentsto Denmark-Olar Elementary School in Bamberg where they weatherized two portable classrooms in an effort to help the "corridor of shame" school become more energy efficient and potentially save some money. Here, Maintenance Supervisor, Jimmie Shepherd, examines particle board that was put in place to block sun from coming into, and heating up, classrooms. C Michael Bergen mbergen@thestate.com

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