WARSAW — The Warsaw Community Schools Board of Trustees were given an extensive tour of ongoing construction projects at Warsaw Community High School prior to its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 18.
Directed by Jim LeMasters, director of maintenance, buildings and grounds, as well as Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert, Board President Heather Reichenbach and members Jay Baumgartner, Brad Johnson, Mike Coon, Randy Polston, Jeremy Mullins and Elle Turley were shown progress on multiple projects. The crown jewel of the construction is the 65,000-square-foot student activity center, which will feature multiple basketball courts and an indoor track.
The board also toured the high school’s cafeteria, which is scheduled for a face lift, and areas of the Warsaw Area Career Center, which will also be revised.
Following the tour, the board returned to the administration office for an executive session, followed by the monthly regular meeting at 7 p.m.