Contractors said they expected that most teachers would be able to begin organizing in their new classrooms within a week, or so, as crews move furniture into the buildings. Incoming freshmen students, meanwhile, will begin classes on August 22; their sophomore, junior and senior counterparts will start school the following day.
The high school project is the largest and most comprehensive portion of the community-approved 2014 Bond, with an estimated cost of more than $100 million.
Much of the old campus was demolished to make way for modern facilities, including a new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) facility, fine arts center and multi-purpose center. The remainder of the campus has undergone a complete overhaul.Though the majority of the project is expected to be ready for the start of school. Refurbishment of the athletic field house is set to begin after football season.