Construction continues


Workers from Dunlop and Johnston lay bricks on the new wing at Dempsey Middle School Monday afternoon. The new wing is part of a series of new improvements to pave the way for sixth-grade classes to return to the middle school and the elementary schools to host kindergarten through fifth grade. School officials said the new wing and the other improvements will be completed by the time the grade transition happens at the start of the 2016-17 school year.


Workers from Dunlop and Johnston lay bricks on the new wing at Dempsey Middle School Monday afternoon. The new wing is part of a series of new improvements to pave the way for sixth-grade classes to return to the middle school and the elementary schools to host kindergarten through fifth grade. School officials said the new wing and the other improvements will be completed by the time the grade transition happens at the start of the 2016-17 school year.

Workers from Dunlop and Johnston lay bricks on the new wing at Dempsey Middle School Monday afternoon. The new wing is part of a series of new improvements to pave the way for sixth-grade classes to return to the middle school and the elementary schools to host kindergarten through fifth grade. School officials said the new wing and the other improvements will be completed by the time the grade transition happens at the start of the 2016-17 school year.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Dempsey-Scaffolding.jpgWorkers from Dunlop and Johnston lay bricks on the new wing at Dempsey Middle School Monday afternoon. The new wing is part of a series of new improvements to pave the way for sixth-grade classes to return to the middle school and the elementary schools to host kindergarten through fifth grade. School officials said the new wing and the other improvements will be completed by the time the grade transition happens at the start of the 2016-17 school year.
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