|Board President Chris Bamman and Transportation Director Shawn Brady |
cut the ribbon as Board members and guests look on.
Dr. Moss reminded guests that the $3.8 million project was paid for by setting aside funds over the past few years specifically for this project. "The final bills have been paid," reported Moss.
|Many community members and district personnel|
were on-hand for Thursday night's open house.
Moving the transportation operation from behind the high school secures the buses and makes room for the next phases of the ongoing expansion of the high school. Additions to the high school began in 2013 and are expected to continue for several years as part of the district's long-range plan to expand and renovate the high school facility.
The transportation department can begin moving in any time. The buses will make the move before the start of the new school year.