CASPER, Wyo. — Natrona County School District Trustee Clark Jensen, who serves on the Board of Trustees’ Infrastructure Planning Committee, said on Monday, September 13 that two Natrona County High School projects are on track to be complete in October.
Jensen said that the $10.238 million natatorium project is expected to be complete by October 15. He said that the district has spent about 18% of contingency funds allocated to the project.
He said that water is expected to be in the pool by the first week in October. The interior of the building and pool are being painted and lights are being hung in the facility.
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Jensen said that the $695,698 project to construct a walkway connecting the main NCHS building and the Mustang Athletic Community Center is on track to be finished around the same time as the pool project wraps up.
Jensen said that a hole has been cut into the main building to allow access to the walkway. He added that the walkway project is “on schedule and on budget.”
NC’s new pool facility will adjoin the MACC, which already features a synthetic turf football field, career and technical education classroom space and recessed gymnasium floor.
The pool will be an eight-lane, 25-yard practice pool that can be used for physical education classes, swim team practices and head-to-head competitions.
The school district could also make the facility available to the public when school is not in session.
The natatorium, or pool facility, will include the following amenities: