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Construction has recently taken over the St. Louis Park High school. Park is getting rid of books for renovation.

Construction will begin soon at Park

Roberto Alvarez May 28, 2023

Park has started the process of construction on classrooms and certain parts of the school, including the cafeteria and the Media Center.  This summer, a number of classrooms will be seeing remodels...

Trees by the parking lot were cut down to renovate the tennis courts. Construction started May 4 to rip out the existing courts and put down new soil. Activities director Andy Ewald said the deadline for the construction is Aug. 5.

Tree removal necessary for tennis renovations

Claire Bargman May 13, 2019

Trees were cut down by the high school tennis courts May 4. After this, Kraus Anderson Construction Company will tear out the old courts, change the soil and add brand new courts. The old trees are being...

Construction at the high school started March 11 and will continue through the end of August. The construction area includes hallway B1 and by door 2.

Locker room renovation generates complication

Carly Joseph April 16, 2019

When junior Tjessa Arradondo signed up for synchronized swimming this season, she said she was not aware the locker room would be unavailable. “There was a part of the locker room that was all for...

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