Pope John Paul II High School is building a new wing, amounting to more classrooms and common areas. The initiative is $1.75 million, and is intended to accommodate the rapidly growing student body. Construction is expected to conclude by August, just in time for fall semester. Lisa Pemberton and Ben Muir lpemberton@theolympian.com, bmuir@theolympian.com
Pope John Paul II High School is building a new wing, amounting to more classrooms and common areas. The initiative is $1.75 million, and is intended to accommodate the rapidly growing student body. Construction is expected to conclude by August, just in time for fall semester. Lisa Pemberton and Ben Muir lpemberton@theolympian.com, bmuir@theolympian.com

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$1.75 million expansion underway at Catholic high school in Lacey

June 09, 2016 4:06 PM

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