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Byline: Alan J. Borsuk
Aug. 23--Zannetta Cistrunk thought Wednesday was like living through an episode of a reality television show. Call this one "Extreme Makeover: High School Edition."
In the morning, about 400 employees of GE Healthcare in Waukesha descended on Madison high school, one of Milwaukee's largest school buildings. By late afternoon, 103 classrooms had been painted, the school grounds had been spruced up, the cafeteria had been given a face lift, and other fix-up chores and improvements had been completed.
"This is better than Christmas," said Cistrunk, principal of the school.
If it seemed as though a new Madison high school …