Six months ago there were large earth-moving machines pushing mounds of dirt, loading trucks and readying the site. Today three skeleton frameworks mark the classroom portions of what will be the new high school. Behind the framework sits other enclosed portions of the school.
Today is a tour of the construction site to see what has been accomplished and to help readers imagine what different sections of the school might look like once finished. The ground is still frozen and the weather is still chilly despite the warmth of a sunny March day.
Superintendent Jeff Schwiebert led the way through an entrance on the northwest side of the building through what will be the large doors of the scene shop at the back of the theater stage.