Work nears completion at Smith-Cotton


Zach Haslag of GBH Builders cuts a piece of trim work for one of the classrooms in the remodeled wing of the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. The remodeling is part of the building project at the high school to add additional classrooms to the freshmen “C” wing and an additional gymnasium classroom.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jason Besche of GBH Builders looks at a portion of the wall where he and some of his coworkers were hanging dry wall Tuesday afternoon. Two crews were working behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School to complete the framing, drywall and electrical work in the additional classrooms.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Dan Richerson uses a utility knife to cut a piece of dry wall to fit the upper walls of a new classroom being added to Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. District administrators said the project is on schedule and students and staff will be utilizing the additional classrooms in upcoming weeks. Tuesday was the first day the new freshman gym was ready for use, according to Principal Wade Norton.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kevin Grose, an electrician with All Pro Electrical Technology Inc. of Warrensburg, works to install electrical wiring Tuesday afternoon at the ceiling of the remodeled space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jason Besche, left, and Zach Haslag work to position a piece of cut drywall into place at the ceiling of a classroom in the addition to Smith-Cotton High School Tuesday afternoon. The space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center and the freshman “C” wing at the high school are nearing completion. Tuesday was the first day students could use the new gymnasium/classroom that was added to the south side of school.


Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Zach Haslag of GBH Builders cuts a piece of trim work for one of the classrooms in the remodeled wing of the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. The remodeling is part of the building project at the high school to add additional classrooms to the freshmen “C” wing and an additional gymnasium classroom.

Jason Besche of GBH Builders looks at a portion of the wall where he and some of his coworkers were hanging dry wall Tuesday afternoon. Two crews were working behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School to complete the framing, drywall and electrical work in the additional classrooms.

Dan Richerson uses a utility knife to cut a piece of dry wall to fit the upper walls of a new classroom being added to Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. District administrators said the project is on schedule and students and staff will be utilizing the additional classrooms in upcoming weeks. Tuesday was the first day the new freshman gym was ready for use, according to Principal Wade Norton.

Kevin Grose, an electrician with All Pro Electrical Technology Inc. of Warrensburg, works to install electrical wiring Tuesday afternoon at the ceiling of the remodeled space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School.

Jason Besche, left, and Zach Haslag work to position a piece of cut drywall into place at the ceiling of a classroom in the addition to Smith-Cotton High School Tuesday afternoon. The space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center and the freshman “C” wing at the high school are nearing completion. Tuesday was the first day students could use the new gymnasium/classroom that was added to the south side of school.

Zach Haslag of GBH Builders cuts a piece of trim work for one of the classrooms in the remodeled wing of the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. The remodeling is part of the building project at the high school to add additional classrooms to the freshmen “C” wing and an additional gymnasium classroom.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd090716construction1.jpgZach Haslag of GBH Builders cuts a piece of trim work for one of the classrooms in the remodeled wing of the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. The remodeling is part of the building project at the high school to add additional classrooms to the freshmen “C” wing and an additional gymnasium classroom. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jason Besche of GBH Builders looks at a portion of the wall where he and some of his coworkers were hanging dry wall Tuesday afternoon. Two crews were working behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School to complete the framing, drywall and electrical work in the additional classrooms.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd090716construction2.jpgJason Besche of GBH Builders looks at a portion of the wall where he and some of his coworkers were hanging dry wall Tuesday afternoon. Two crews were working behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School to complete the framing, drywall and electrical work in the additional classrooms. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Dan Richerson uses a utility knife to cut a piece of dry wall to fit the upper walls of a new classroom being added to Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. District administrators said the project is on schedule and students and staff will be utilizing the additional classrooms in upcoming weeks. Tuesday was the first day the new freshman gym was ready for use, according to Principal Wade Norton.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd090716construction3.jpgDan Richerson uses a utility knife to cut a piece of dry wall to fit the upper walls of a new classroom being added to Smith-Cotton High School on Tuesday afternoon. District administrators said the project is on schedule and students and staff will be utilizing the additional classrooms in upcoming weeks. Tuesday was the first day the new freshman gym was ready for use, according to Principal Wade Norton. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Kevin Grose, an electrician with All Pro Electrical Technology Inc. of Warrensburg, works to install electrical wiring Tuesday afternoon at the ceiling of the remodeled space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd090716construction4.jpgKevin Grose, an electrician with All Pro Electrical Technology Inc. of Warrensburg, works to install electrical wiring Tuesday afternoon at the ceiling of the remodeled space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Hope Lecchi | Democrat

Jason Besche, left, and Zach Haslag work to position a piece of cut drywall into place at the ceiling of a classroom in the addition to Smith-Cotton High School Tuesday afternoon. The space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center and the freshman “C” wing at the high school are nearing completion. Tuesday was the first day students could use the new gymnasium/classroom that was added to the south side of school.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_tsd090716construction5.jpgJason Besche, left, and Zach Haslag work to position a piece of cut drywall into place at the ceiling of a classroom in the addition to Smith-Cotton High School Tuesday afternoon. The space behind the Harriet Wolfe Media Center and the freshman “C” wing at the high school are nearing completion. Tuesday was the first day students could use the new gymnasium/classroom that was added to the south side of school. Hope Lecchi | Democrat
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