The other day, I spotted workers putting up new plywood at the old P.S. 64 on Ninth Street east of Avenue B...
... I haven't seen the front of the school in eons. So I took a picture.
A worker saw me and said that "so many people" had also walked by and took pictures. I asked him if he was there to tear down the school. He laughed and said that he was only there to help put up the new plywood.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Will old PS 64 get a theater for nonprofit groups?
Rebranded P.S. 64 up for grabs: Please welcome University House at Tompkins Square Park to the neighborhood