The Sun Prairie Area School District broke ground on two new elementary schools May 31, marking a time of growth in Sun Prairie and the district.
The ceremonies at the Grand Avenue and North Thompson Road sites were well-attended by community leaders, community members, families, district staff, students and the district’s project partners from Eppstein Uhen Architects and Findorff builders.
The schools, which are yet to be named, are scheduled to open for the 2018-19 school year and have been long in the making, including a referendum in November that approved the projects.
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In back-to-back ceremonies Wednesday, the Sun Prairie Area School District broke ground on two new elementary schools, marking a time of growth in Sun Prairie and the district.
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