Luxemburg-Casco School District is offering a virtual tour of its almost-completed new middle school that should be ready when the new academic year begins Sept. 1.

“The new Middle School, along with the remodeled areas of the High School, really are turning out as beautiful as we had imagined when the referendum projects first got underway,” says L-C District Superintendent Glenn Schlender. “We are excited to deliver what the community asked for years ago. All of the staff also seem to be excited about the new facilities.”

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Schlender indicated that the district expects to hold an Open House event of some sort in September, once the school year is underway, to allow district residents the opportunity to see the new Middle School and renovated areas of the High School.

The High School office moved to its new location at the front of the building on June 26. In its former location, four new classrooms are in the process of being completed following demo work.

Seven other existing classrooms within the existing High School building were remodeled and refreshed with new cabinetry, paint and flooring. A new hallway, leading to the metals shop of the High School and Middle School, was completed last week.

In Casco, workers from The Boldt Company and Omni have been performing exterior work on the former Middle School building to ready it for its planned use as an alternative school. Unused areas also will be prepared for dormancy.

The project is being completed under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. The district recently unveiled a back-to-school plan that gives families the options of full-time face-to-face instruction, full-time virtual instruction, or — for grades 3-12 — a combination of both. The “hybrid” option is not available for pre-kindergarten through second grade.