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(KSL News) Students across the Salt Lake Valley will head back to school this week, but one group of students will go back to class in a brand new school.
The principal of Wasatch Junior High, Doug Bingham, gave us a tour of the new building that opens tomorrow. In addition to the high-tech classrooms and library, Principal Bingham says students will be most excited about the lunchroom because it has a breathtaking view of the valley.
In 2005, an old computer server caught fire, destroying the former Wasatch Junior High building.