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Photos courtesy of Councilmember Eric Ulrich’s office
Photos courtesy of Councilmember Eric Ulrich’s office
Councilmember Eric Ulrich helped open a newly restored classroom into a science lab for P.S. 232.

Dust off the test tubes and turn up the Bunsen burners.

Councilmember Eric Ulrich and P.S. 232 Principal Lisa Josephson christened the new lab, which will help students prepare for Regents exams, on Wednesday, September 19.

“This is a great investment in our children and a wonderful addition to the school,” Ulrich said.

The councilmember had secured half a million dollars in last year’s fiscal budget to restore what used to be a classroom to better help the school, according to a press release from his office.

Josephson thanked Ulrich and said he had been supportive of the school and helping it succeed.

“Councilman Ulrich has been a reliable partner of our school community and we are so grateful for his support.”

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