Menasha High School had plenty to celebrate Monday.
The school began a nearly $30 million construction project.
District superintendent Chris VanderHeyden said a lot will change.
“On the east side of the building we’ll be adding on a big addition that will be mainly science classrooms and on the west side of the building we’ll be adding additional music space,” VanderHeyden said. “The second part of the whole building project that we’ll be doing is a lot of renovating on the inside, opening up new space and creating better flow and such.”
VanderHeyden says the project should be complete in the fall of next year.