Eight-point-five million dollars worth of work to remake the Prentice school complex is nearly complete.
In 2018, Prentice voters approved the multi-million-dollar referendum.
It allowed the school district to demolish aging and crumbling parts of its building and replace them with new classrooms.
“The community, whoever has been in here so far, has really liked what we’ve done. We haven’t gone overboard. We just did what was necessary to improve the district with classrooms,” said Superintendent Randy Bergman.