The high school has been under construction for a few months now and is well into phase four of the eight phase project. The most visible change so far, at least from the outside, is the construction of the steel framework for the new four-story tower. But there’s a lot more work happening inside the school that isn’t visible to daily onlookers. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs recently took a tour of the high school to learn how the construction process is going.
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