Students will see an improved cafeteria, with an air-conditioning system, new windows and flooring. The attached kitchen area is also improved for workers.
There were also a lot of improvements related to sport aspects of the school.
The Blatnick Gym received new floors and will be receiving bleachers in October. The boy's locker room has been completely redone so that every student has their own locker, which has already greatly reduced theft, said Treanor. Previously, the boys had two separate locker rooms, which made it hard to manage them. There are also team lockers now, so that visiting teams don't have to change in classrooms anymore.
A welcomed improvement is the new weight training facility, which previously didn't have air conditioning. Treanor said the area used to feel like "the surface of the sun" and it is possibly the most used room in the school.
When school starts the main functions of the building will be intact, said Byron Diel, senior project manager from Sano-Rubin Construction. Some programs or activities might have to be moved to alternate locations for a certain amount of time until the area is ready.