HOLMEN, Wis. (WKBT) - The expansion plans for a local high school will soon move forward.
The Holmen School Board will get an update tonight for the expansion and addition project for the Holmen High School.
The project was approved as a $23.5 million referendum that was approved in November.
Holmen's District Administrator says there were many needs that will be addressed by the construction.
"We had our first large group of students come in here the freshman year, about three hundred students and we have many groups coming up over the next five years that are around 300 students, so we know we had to do something," said Holmen School District Administrator Dr. Kristin Mueller.
Construction is expected to begin in August of this year.
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