Mancos school board discusses school project, policy

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Mancos school board discusses school project, policy

Elementary students coping with disruption, principal says
Monty Guiles, center, explains work Monday that must be done to the historic Mancos High School gym. From left are high school Principal Adam Priestly, board directors Tim Hunter and Ed Whritner, owner’s representative Guiles, Superintendent Brian Hanson and board president Blake Mitchell.
Construction phases

Phase 1: Build a bus loop on Grand Avenue and a parking lot on Beech, and update the parking lot on Walnut before school starts on Aug. 13. Remodel the high school administration building to add offices and complete other electrical and fire safety work.


Phase 2: Begin additions to the main gym and the elementary school and remodel the multipurpose building after school starts, and complete the work in April 2019.


Phase 2A: Build an asphalt track and a turf practice field behind the school at the end of football season and complete the work in time for track season in spring.


Phase 3: Remodel the Performance Center and middle school after Phase 2 and complete the work in the 2019-2020 school year.

Mancos school board discusses school project, policy

Monty Guiles, center, explains work Monday that must be done to the historic Mancos High School gym. From left are high school Principal Adam Priestly, board directors Tim Hunter and Ed Whritner, owner’s representative Guiles, Superintendent Brian Hanson and board president Blake Mitchell.