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Fire-damaged DCPS building to become charter school

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A former DC Public Schools campus that was damaged by a fire this summer is slated to become a charter school, city officials announced Thursday. Trinidad's Webb Elementary School has been vacant since it was shuttered in 2008 by former Chancellor Michelle Rhee. In July, a two-alarm fire severely damaged the building when firefighters had trouble entering the building because its doors were...

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