School is back in session!
Summer construction phases are wrapping up, including a massive facelift at Lussier Stadium, which is now ready for fall sports. Students came back to newly renovated classrooms, upgraded bathrooms, and much more. But the construction won’t stop there! Two more phases of work will be ongoing this fall and are expected to be complete around the holidays, with additional newly remodeled spaces coming soon.
Classrooms received new paint, carpet, windows, ceiling tile, and much more
What’s next at La Follette High School?
Constructing the foundations and concrete masonry unit (CMU) walls for the new gymnasium and weight room additions
Continuing framing and walls for additional classroom renovations
Touching up finishes around the school
Ensuring a safe learning environment for students
The track at Lussier Stadium is freshly painted and the turf is ready to be used
Did you know?
This summer, La Follette High School student Tay Dean interned with Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), the architecture firm working with Findorff on the school referendum construction projects. Through this hands-on experience, Tay reviewed the blueprints for the same school they have walked through for years and pitched design ideas for the brand new concession stands.
Framing and walls for the new science classrooms are expected to be completed in the winter of 2022
The new elevator is installed and is now fully operational
The construction of CMU walls for the new gymnasium and weight room addition is well underway