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New High School Floor Plans Release

Jacob Hermanson, Staff Writer

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The initial floor plans for the new high school being built in USD 475 have been released.

The floor plans show the main building that features a main hall with separate wings for each academy branching off. The new building will have open areas for collaboration and classrooms in a business atmosphere that emphasize academics and technology. The site of the new high school will also include a multi-use sports complex.

Geary county voters approved the special election bond issue to build a new high school on November 7th, 2017. The project is funded entirely through state and federal aid with no increases needed on local taxes. The new building will be completed in 2021.

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Jacob Hermanson, Staff Writer

Jacob Hermanson is a senior at Junction City High School. This is his first year of being a part of the Online Blue Jay staff.

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