Saying Goodbye to Ike
Current and former students take one last tour of Eisenhower High School today.
The school opened its doors this morning for the public to say their final goodbyes before the building is torn down.
It is being replaced by a brand new school, right next to it, which is expected to open in the fall.
One alumnus says he was part of the first graduating class at the building, and is sad to see it go.
"It feels kind of strange to have outlived the school building, because it was brand new then," said 1958 Graduate, Dean Weyrick, "Now it's going to be taken down, and [replaced] With another building, a beautiful building."
The old Ike is expected to be demolished by mid-July -- the tour will be open until 8 pm.