New drone video highlights latest bond project work
Friday, November 18th, 2016

During the Nov. 14 Maize Board of Education meeting, Hutton Construction and Schaefer, Johnson, Cox, Frey Architecture presented a bond update. They showed a new drone video by Maize South High School student Dominick Decker, which compares bond progress over the course of a month. Please click here to watch the video. Concrete panels for the Maize Early Childhood Center storm shelter now are standing vertically. Work on the median in front of the new school will be complete early next month.

Maize South High School recently opened its Commons addition, and work remains on the expansion to add a conference room, teacher work room, and small conference room for counseling. The school also will have new special education space on the north end and new fine arts storage space.

Thanks to the mild fall weather, work has progressed rapidly at Maize Middle School (pictured at right), including the addition of a roof. The new area to the north, including administration space, should be open during Spring Break. Work on a new locker room on the school's south side is scheduled to begin in January. Nearly every room will be upgraded in the building as part of the bond project by next August. The school will get new Project Lead the Way space with a classroom and dirty lab located where the kitchen is currently. The north addition at Maize High School should be open this month. The school now has a new rooftop air conditioning unit and will get a new batting cage soon. Crews are laying turf for the baseball and softball fields there and have been working lately past dark to take advantage of the good weather. Similar work is in progress on fields at Maize South High School.

Find complete news and updates about our #OneMa1ze Vision in Progress at www.usd266.com/bond .

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