CHICAGO (CBS) — While students are learning from home, crews at Edgar Allan Poe Elementary Classical School are hard at work on an expansion project to allow the school to increase enrollment.

CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory visited their empty school to see the exciting transformation that awaits students when they’re allowed back inside.

You could sense the chaos of kids, but the hallways almost seemed haunted. It was eerily quiet at Poe Elementary; projects pinned all over the walls, but the craft makers only able to be there in spirit.

Principal Eric Dockery is one of the only adults allowed in the building, because of COVID-19. He’s grateful he can check in on classes, virtually, but in reality he’s crushing on days his students

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