By Tim Kowols
After construction delays and the natural “feeling out period” by students and teachers, Algoma School District officials are ready to show off the improvements made to its elementary. Close to $5 million were spent on a variety of different projects inside the aging building, which included mechanical upgrades as well new spaces for the arts, library, child care, and 4K classes. Superintendent Nick Cochart says it was a massive undertaking.
The open house will take place March 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the elementary school. Administrators will be on hand to answer questions while guided tours are taking place.