Bomb Shelter or Clifford’s Doghouse?

New Shed Houses Old Technology

Just days before Maze Day, loud hammering noises could be heard in front of Room 72, where several students gathered together to build a technology shed. This tiny house, which was directed by Kevin Chan, IHS Alumni, as his Boy Scout Eagle project, will not be protecting students from terrorists or housing the Big Red Dog, but old computers, printers, and other old technology for Irvington’s Technology Department.
“Since technology is always moving forward, we needed a place to put the out-dated computers and monitors somewhere before properly recycling them. It’s supposed to provide more space for Mr. Albizo’s Room [Room 72] for more technological advancements,” 2011 IHS graduate Kevin Chan said.
A bit anticlimactic from a bomb shelter, but still very useful.