Big changes for the Sevastopol schools are coming as construction teams begin new additions. A $25.1 million referendum that passed in November 2018 is giving the Sevastopol schools a new look. The schools’ 1924 and 1946 sections will be demolished in the process and will be on a one-for-one replacement when it comes to space. New technology access for the schools is also included in the budget. The schools Superintendent, Kyle Luedtke, says that multiple new additions are coming as a part of the referendum.
The construction is scheduled to be finished in the early months of 2021 and the school is looking to move in that upcoming fall. A school board meeting regarding an update on the construction is scheduled for Thursday, June 20 in the high school library.