Construction begins at Gibraltar

You will have to wait until the beginning of the school year to use the entrance at Gibraltar Secondary School. Almost as quickly as students could start their summer vacations, construction crews moved in to begin a $4.4 million transformation of its library and media center. Gibraltar Area Schools superintendent Tina Van Meer says she is happy to see the work begin.

Visitors to the school are being directed to enter the building through the elementary entrance until school begins this fall. The project will not be done until around Christmas, but walls will be up to allow classes to still take place.

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