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Buildings demolished to make room for new wing at Sun City

Photo courtesy of Kim Tuminello, Sun City Elementary Principal

It’s out with the old to make room for the new.

Work is underway at Sun City Elementary to remove some of the transportable buildings (or T-buildings) from campus in preparation for the construction of a brand new classroom wing. The new wing will have 10 designated classrooms with an option to add two more rooms, giving them a total of 12 new classrooms.

Sun City Elementary was identified as a school in need of a new classroom wing because they have more T-buildings than any other elementary school in the parish. They currently have 11 classrooms set up in multiple buildings.

The south Bossier school was long overdue for a new classroom wing, but the wait is finally over. Principal Kim Tuminello previously told the Press-Tribune that you won’t find anyone more excited about a classroom wing than you will at Sun City.

“We are just thrilled,” she said. “We appreciate the school board…that they saw this as a need.”

Because the new wing will be constructed between the main building and the playground, administrators have designated a safe area away from the worksite for students to go during outside recess and P.E. The construction area will also be fenced off while the wing is being completed.

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