Ground breaking ceremony at the D.C. Everest Senior High

Breanna Narlock

Breanna Narlock

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   District leaders and local officials broke ground at the D.C. Everest Senior High on the south side of the building, where eight new classrooms will be added on along with new technology rooms.  The renovations will provide access for students to broaden their course offerings and interests

  After the D.C. Everest School District voters approved the $60 million referendum, Dr. Kristine Gilmore, Senator Jerry Petrowski, school board members, faculty, contractors, and students turned out for the start of a three-year process in improving the district’s facilities.

 “I am most excited about having facilities that are flexible, capable, and comfortable. Some of our buildings are hot, stuffy, or too cold and I want our schools be inviting,” said Superintendent Dr. Kristine Gilmore.

   Student Council Officers partook in the ceremony as a representation of the student body.

    “I am happy for the education, adding in the new tech. rooms [because they] are going to bring in more jobs and with more high tech. facilities the students here will be able to train more with advanced technology, which will help students with their jobs in the future,” said Petrowski.

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Ground breaking ceremony at the D.C. Everest Senior High