2018 Bond Issue

Because of a community with a BIG HEART, our students will have a BRIGHT FUTURE.


Phase 1 - Demolition

Demolition of four buildings started Tuesday, July 17, 2018. The red, brick house, which is currently the Family Consumer Sciences classroom, was the first building demolished. The yellow, metal Student Activity building, sandstone rock former shop building, and portable storage building were demolished to make room for the new Health and Fitness Building.





Phase 2 - Water Line Installation

Due to a fire in the high school lower gym in the mid-1980s, a fire sprinkler system was installed, but it was never connected to a main water line. Therefore, the first project of the bond issue was mandated by the state Fire Marshal to be the installation of a new water line connecting to the fire sprinkler system. This work began on Monday, September 24, 2018.

Phase 3 - Remodeling and New Construction

The elementary building will receive new flooring, roof repairs, remodeled bathrooms, and a covered walkway from the early childhood building to the main building.

The new 11,000 sq. foot Health and Fitness Building will contain a home and visitors locker room that may be used for multiple sports during each season, a wrestling and cheerleading practice room, a weight room, coaches' office, officials' dressing room, training room, laundry room, and athletic equipment storage.





The Fine Arts Building received a much-needed remodeling. Restrooms were upgraded to meet ADA codes, new flooring and ceiling in the classroom, new cabinetry and window coverings, and a new roof.

The football press box and concession stand was replaced with a new building. The new construction contains ADA compliant restrooms, concession stand, storage room, and state of the art press box. The lower portion of the building also serves as an F5-rated tornado shelter for our campus.



The former field house building, which was built originally in the 1950s as an indoor swimming pool will be remodeled to house a Student Activity Center and multi-use classroom. The building will include ADA-compliant restrooms.