PHOTOS: Plainfield Memorial School Reopens Fully Renovated After Fire

After a devastating fire, a Plainfield school is getting a fresh start. Plainfield Memorial School opened its doors for the first time on Wednesday since August.

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For the last four months, the fourth and fifth-grade students have made the old Killingly High School their home.
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The superintendent said Plainfield Memorial School has been completely renovated after the fire.
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Every wall, ceiling tile and damaged flooring has been replaced, cleaned or painted at an estimated $1 million price tag.
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Teachers decorated each of their spaces over Christmas break, filled with donated books and school supplies.
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According to the principal, there are still odds and ends that need to be taken care of, like getting the internet up and running.
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In August, firefighters said the fire was located in several administrative rooms on the second floor.
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The superintendent said it damaged around 12 to 15 rooms, including the cafeteria and the library.
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