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Construction moving along at Slinger High School

posted May 25, 2018, 4:51 AM by Jeffrey Wolf

By:  Korey Alder, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Posted May 25th, 2018


Construction on the high school auditorium and surrounding classrooms is coming along nicely, with some main developments having happened since our last update. Most notably, the large crane has been removed to make way for work on the parking lot, and work has continued in other areas as well. Work will be starting soon for the new fitness area and STEM sections.


When talking with Superintendent Daren Sievers about the status of the project, he seemed quite happy with the progress and was confident that everything would be finished on schedule.


“Things are going great,” he said. “Band and choir areas are open and operational. The auditorium will be done in late July, with tech and fine tuning in August.”


He added that the STEM areas and fitness center should be finished in late August.


The entire project is set to be finished by early September, with a community open house and concert on September 10th from 6PM to 9PM, showcasing the finished additions.


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