Construction is getting underway on the first phase of a $24 million dollar building project approved by
Lomira School District voters in February. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held this week on the
first phase which involves a new athletic complex. Superintendent Bob Lloyd says the project includes new classroom, science lab and office space, along with a larger kitchen and cafeteria, infrastructure upgrades and a new high school gym and athletic field. The new athletic field is expected to be in place by this fall and the rest of the project will be completed in the 2015-16 school year.