School referendum projects ready for start of class

The Grafton School District is gearing up for the substantial completion of its $39.9 million school facilities project before classes start Sept. 4. On Monday, School Board members and guests toured the facilities being renovated. From the top, District Supt. Jeff Nelson (right) looked on as an engineer from Hoffman Construction Co. led the tour and explained the improvements being made to the Grafton High School entrance; technology teacher Carl Hader (far left) and tour members observed progress being made in the high school’s automotive education wing; an auxiliary gymnasium in the high school features a new basketball court. Photos by Sam Arendt



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