Renovations and a connecting addition will put all the students of Cerro Gordo Junior and Senior High School under one roof come the first day of school next month.
On the WHOW Morning Show Monday morning, Superintendent Brett Robinson told Regional Radio News, it has been over a two-year process but nearly 18 months after breaking ground, they are ready to offer their students new and updated facilities come the first day of school.
A STEAM lab will highlight the upgrades made to the classroom updates. Robinson says they're also adding a science lab with their classrooms all under one roof with updated technology.
The Jr/Sr High campus will now have two air-conditioned gyms and a new junior high school gym as well. Robinson indicates that will open up the possibilities for their district. Additionally, he points out they have increased the number of parking spaces they have available.