WAYNESBORO, Pa. - While Waynesboro Area Senior High School students might be enjoying a summer without schoolwork, contractors are continuing theirs at the site of the $46 million renovation and expansion project.
Construction efforts at the high school remain on schedule, and there haven't been any significant surprises, district Superintendent Barry Dallara said.
Workers over the next several weeks will be laying foundations and starting to construct the walls of the school's 108,000-square-foot addition, Dallara said. Passers-by "will continue to see the new addition take shape and form," he said.
The school's addition will have a three-court gymnasium and auditorium with mezzanine level, both of which have been designed to accommodate 1,600 students at a time.