The industrial technology improvement project at the high school is fully underway. The remodel of existing structures and addition of space will bring industry-standard equipment, facilities, and storage areas to our welding, woodshop, and agricultural programs. It will also add space for a new special education classroom and a technology classroom. Read on for the latest update on this exciting project:
- Removal of internal storage will create a larger classroom. An addition on the north side will allow for material storage and the compressor.
- New dust vacuum and duct work reconfiguration as well as new HVAC.
- Allows for capacity to add new equipment over time.
- Addition on north side and to the east will create additional material storage and space for plasma cutter and new venting system.
- Larger classroom with larger windows, new sinks and counters for the variety of cement, plumbing, greenhouse, electrical, and ag classes taught.
- New welding stations.
- Overhead door into shop.
Larger classroom with larger windows, new sinks and counters for the variety of cement, plumbing, greenhouse, electrical, and ag classes taught.
- Rooftop HVAC for heating, A/C, and fresh air in all spaces.
- A hallway for access to door 8 will run along the FACS room and will house three new offices for staff.
- The loading dock will move and a new dust vacuum serving the wood shop will be on the north side of the wood shop.
- New girl's bathroom and lockers will be added.
- A transformer and switchboard will provide an additional 2000 AMPs.
A room between the welding and wood shop will serve as space for instruction and house technical equipment such as 3D printers, laser engraver and computer design stations.
Special Education Classroom:
A new DCD/ASD classroom will be a building/structural addition and will have its own restroom and sensory room.