By ASHLEY WOLSTONCROFT
Progress continues for the Henryetta Public School District.
The S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) building is expected to be completed this spring, according to Superintendent Dwayne Noble.
Construction workers have finished installing the building's windows and are continuing work on the inside.
“They are testing out the heaters, finishing up the wiring and they are starting to put dry wall in several of the classrooms on the inside, so it's really coming along,” Noble said at Tuesday's Lions Club meeting.
The building was made possible through the $9 million series bond issue that was passed in March 2015 to include the S.T.E.M. program.
“Before we started this bond issue, our high school only had one microscope,” Noble said. “When they go to college, they are going to need to know how to use a lab.”