Sevastopol school is now one of the state’s most modern-looking schools with new resources to match. A program dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony were held on Sunday to honor the new addition that was a part of a $125.1 million referendum passed in 2018. The celebration involved speeches from a trio of current Sevastopol students and addresses from Lisa Bieri, Linda Wait, Mike Madden, former longtime superintendent Carl Scholz, and current superintendent Kyle Luedtke.
Madden revealed plans to name a room in the school building the Carl Scholz Pioneer Room. When Luedtke addressed the crowd, he said he was proud of the Carl Scholz Pioneer Room and other additions that show the school has something for all different students.
You can view the ceremony by clicking the video below and you can view pictures of the inside of the building.