Workers tear down wall to Conger expansion


Dustin Crebs (bottom) and Daron Vanperson, workers for 2K General Contracting, remove a wall at Conger Elementary School that connects the current building to a new wing of classrooms Thursday afternoon. Several teachers will begin moving the items in their classes to the new classrooms over spring break so that construction staff can begin remodeling the classrooms that will serve as the new front office. Construction at Conger is projected to be completed before the fall semester begins.

Dustin Crebs (bottom) and Daron Vanperson, workers for 2K General Contracting, remove a wall at Conger Elementary School that connects the current building to a new wing of classrooms Thursday afternoon. Several teachers will begin moving the items in their classes to the new classrooms over spring break so that construction staff can begin remodeling the classrooms that will serve as the new front office. Construction at Conger is projected to be completed before the fall semester begins.


Dustin Crebs (bottom) and Daron Vanperson, workers for 2K General Contracting, remove a wall at Conger Elementary School that connects the current building to a new wing of classrooms Thursday afternoon. Several teachers will begin moving the items in their classes to the new classrooms over spring break so that construction staff can begin remodeling the classrooms that will serve as the new front office. Construction at Conger is projected to be completed before the fall semester begins.

Dustin Crebs (bottom) and Daron Vanperson, workers for 2K General Contracting, remove a wall at Conger Elementary School that connects the current building to a new wing of classrooms Thursday afternoon. Several teachers will begin moving the items in their classes to the new classrooms over spring break so that construction staff can begin remodeling the classrooms that will serve as the new front office. Construction at Conger is projected to be completed before the fall semester begins.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/03/web1_Conger-Wall.jpgDustin Crebs (bottom) and Daron Vanperson, workers for 2K General Contracting, remove a wall at Conger Elementary School that connects the current building to a new wing of classrooms Thursday afternoon. Several teachers will begin moving the items in their classes to the new classrooms over spring break so that construction staff can begin remodeling the classrooms that will serve as the new front office. Construction at Conger is projected to be completed before the fall semester begins.