If you have any questions about the project or want a quick tour, please do not hesitate to give me a call.
Thanks, Doug Tuetken, Superintendent December 21st was a busy day outside as the construction trailers were moved and the parking area is getting graded off.
Once everything is done, we would like to have an open house for anyone that would like to walk through the facility.
Appreciated items include: gift cards, craft supplies, DVD's, toys, toiletry items, etc. Once the furniture is installed, the general contractor will continue overseeing a number of touch-ups and small fixes that will need to occur.You can donate by getting items to girls basketball team members by AM Saturday. The general contractor will also be responsible for completing some general clean-up and dusting of the facility.Once that is completed, students and teachers will be able to use the new facility.When the new facility is finished the general contractor and some of the subcontractors will move back into the north and east remodel and new addition to finish a number of items.They are selling ice cream sundaes during Friday's basketball game for each with all proceeds going to purchase cookie supplies with any extra funds being donated to the hospital. The drywall is finished, the painters are completing the final touch-ups, and the carpet and tile is almost completely installed.
They are also accepting monetary donations or donations of gifts for the children. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I wanted to take another opportunity to update you with the progress of the construction project. The first delivery of furniture for the new addition, as well as the classrooms in the north remodel area, is supposed to be delivered today. Additional deliveries of furniture will continue this week as the installers piece the furniture together.
The majority of the complaints are about what they have to wear, tardiness, and distractions in class.
Para Educator, Marcela Rickels says, "I think in the end it will be worth it, and yeah we need to be flexible and work harder, but everybody is doing a great job in getting what needs to be done, done, even with all the problems." Midland Teacher Stephanie Kaftan, says, "I definitely do not wear as nice of clothes as I have in the past because they get ruined because of the dirt, the mud, and the limestone." The problems about clothing mainly stem from the gravel path connecting the two buildings, the mud that practically surrounds the school, and the dust that flies in the air.
This way we can eliminate the use of the east entrance.
We are also hoping that a small cement landing will be poured as well as a sidewalk to the front entrance.
We shoot the pictures and video ourselves which means it's unique.