Fine Arts Center (FAC)
RAC Progress Updates and Photos
During the last two weeks, we've had bond meetings regarding the scope of the work at BN and RK and how we will need to address wrapping up at the end of the year. Demolition and construction are scheduled to start on June 3, the first day of summer. Our challenge is that we will need to have most rooms cleared out and empty of most everything by the end of the day on Thursday, June 2.
Construction of the new 80x40 pole barn is taking shape behind the FFA pig barn near the NE end of the track. In addition to the new building, we will replace the white metal on two other barns, including the FFA barn. All the buildings in that area will have the matching Durand Blue steel.
With all our delays and challenges, the RAC may not be complete until June 2023. We had been hopeful for our stellar junior class to be able to use the RAC for the second half of their senior year, but unfortunately, that isn't likely to happen.
Official Renderings of the RAC
The main gym space will have a full-sized basketball court that will match our competition court at the high school in size, and youth sports such as volleyball and basketball will have courts where two games can be played at the same time with a small set of bleachers for viewing on either side.
Situated above the weight room will be a 35-50 person high-tech meeting space, some additional storage, and a roughly 40' x 50' multipurpose athletic space.
Above the courts, we will have a three-lane track that is "banked" at the turns. This unique feature will allow athletes to sprint around turns without the wear and tear on their knees and legs. This is also the space where we see our school community coming in to walk for exercise.
Bond 2020 - August 4th Trifold PDF
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