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Oct 17 2013
As Classes Progress, So Does High School Construction PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 October 2013

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Gregg Hacker, far right, points up at the four-story tower under construction in front of the high school. He stands in the old senior hallway, which is now an oudoor walkway.From right to left: School Board members Rick Kniaziowski, Debra Kirk, Katie Oliver, Superintendent Stewart McDonald, Bill Watkins and Barry Altenof. Brianna Gibbs Photo

 

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            The high school has been under construction for a few months now and is well into phase four of the eight phase project. The most visible change so far, at least from the outside, is the construction of the steel framework for the new four-story tower. But there’s a lot more work happening inside the school that isn’t visible to daily onlookers. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs recently took a tour of the high school to learn how the construction process is going. 

 
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