INDIAN TRAIL — Four years after a $54 million bond referendum passed in Union County, the largest project funded by the bond is nearly complete.
Sun Valley High School’s $28.5 million improvement includes: a new stadium complex; four new career readiness classrooms; HVAC and bathroom upgrades; new main entrance, dining and kitchen areas; new administration and guidance suites; auditorium renovations; large group multipurpose rooms and a performing arts classroom, according to Union County Public School’s 2016 bond website. The site states the makeover may be finished this fall.
On Tuesday, September 29, the school will open its doors at 7:40 a.m. for students whose last names begin with the letters A-K. Wednesday will be the first day for students whose last names begin with L-Z, according to a statement from Principal Dr. Michael Harvey.
Students are required to wear face masks and maintain social distancing. Temperature check and symptom screenings will be conducted, per Harvey’s statement.