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An excavator loads reclaimed asphalt from the old track onto a dump truck at Jones Park.

Jeremy Gaston | Managing Editor

OSAGE CITY—Kenton Cox, of Schaeffer, Johnson, Cox and Frey Architecture, and Bill Sims, of McPherson Contractors, presented the results of a meeting with the entire Osage City Elementary Staff and their resulting final plans for the building ungrade and improvements at the Feb. 13 meeting of the USD 420 Board of Education.

“To get all the teachers together while school was going on was beneficial to us,” Cox said.

“I thought it was beneficial for all of us to have their say,” third-grade teacher Amy Linton echoed.

The project will include renovations to 2,900 square feet within the kindergarten through third-grade area, the library expansion, and mechanical work in the fourth- and fifth-grade wing.

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