The inside of Union Springs Academy's administration building, which was significantly damaged by a blaze in December, looked like two separate facilities mashed together Thursday afternoon.
While most sections of the building had vibrant coats of paint and other features, some parts were still reminders of the fire, with walls marked by yellow stains, some steps missing paint and some areas off-limit for students.
The building is still a work in-progress, Principal Jere Clayburn said last week. While the majority of the renovations have been completed, not every area is completely polished and done. Nevertheless, the Seventh-day Adventist boarding school opened for the fall on Aug. 28.