It may have been a quiet summer compared to other schools around the district, but the Gibraltar School District took an inside approach before their large project kicks off in two phases next year.
There was nothing extreme on the building or exterior of the school that was fixed, and if you were to drive past the school district, it may not look different at all. Everything that was fixed and cleaned was on the interior of the school, which included projects that would create more privacy for students and a better overall experience. Gibraltar School District Superintendent Brett Stousland is in his second year of being the district's superintendent, and talks in depth about what was done over the summer, and what you will see in the near future.
Stousland mentions the referendum that was voted on and passed in the spring, which will be done in two phases. He explains how the two phases will work and what the work being done will be.
Gibraltar will welcome students into their classrooms starting on September 5th.