The footprint design is complete for the $25 million construction project that will replace the two oldest sections of Sevastopol School.
“Everything’s on track right now,” said Sevastopol Superintendent Kyle Luedtke. “Now we’re working on flooring, furniture and ways different teachers want their rooms designed. Hopefully we’ll have all the plans finalized in November and start the bid process.”
The plan is to break ground as soon as the weather allows in the spring.
The 1924 section, which housed the elementary grades, and the 1946 section are being replaced with new spaces designed for today’s career-focused, hands-on learning.
In November, Sevastopol School District voters overwhelmingly approved two referenda questions: the $25,100,000 campus-wide facilities-improvement program to replace the two aging school sections, and authorizing the district to exceed the revenue limit by $2 million per year for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years to pay for normal operational and maintenance expenses.