By Tim Kowols
The parking lots at Kewaunee School District buildings expect to be full once again this summer as planning is underway for Phase 2 of its renovations. Phase 1 of the projects, funded by a $15.2 million referendum approved by voters in 2015, saw a new agricultural sciences building, auxiliary gym, fitness center, and other facilities get built in 2016. School District Superintendent Karen Treml says most of the work this time around will provide some much-needed updates.
The spring and summer will also close the book on Kewaunee’s Hillcrest School, which will be demolished to make way for a competition soccer field and other physical education-related areas.