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School’s out in Windsor-Severance Re-4 School District

Emily Wenger
ewenger@greeleytribune.com

Windsor students played with abandon Friday as they finished their last day of school this year.

The school year ended earlier than usual to allow for extra time for summer construction in the Windsor-Severance Re-4 School District. In a community message this month, Dan Seegmiller, the district superintendent, said more than 50 constructions projects will be ongoing this summer throughout the district.

Most schools, he said, will be closed from May 14 to Aug. 24.

The various projects became a reality for the district after Windsor-Severance voters passed a $104.8 million bond measure and $3.6 million mill levy override in November 2016.

The biggest is Severance High School, the second high school to be added to the Windsor-Severance district. It's expected to open for the 2019-20 school year.

Construction on Windsor High School, including the new Innovation Center, is expected to be complete this September, before students return to the school.

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Other facilities, including Skyview Elementary, Mountain View Elementary, Tozer Primary, Windsor Middle School and the basement of the district administration building, also are slated for renovations, which are expected to be complete by the end of this year's long summer.

With the buildings empty in the summer, construction crews won't have to worry about pedestrians, or shuffling staff to make way for the construction.

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The Windsor-Severance Re-4 School District will have construction at many of its buildings throughout the summer. For more information about what buildings are under construction, click here. To see options for student activities throughout the summer, click here.