LAGRANGE — Renderings of the new Keystone Elementary School have been released, and crews are working to build the wing that will house kindergarten through fifth grade.
“It’s coming along really, really nicely,” Superintendent Jay Arbaugh said.
The wing will be across from the high school and attached to the building that houses sixth- through eighth-graders that opened last year.
The middle school cost $11.7 million and was financed through bonds. The new $16 million elementary school will be completely funded by the Ohio Schools Facilities Commission, according to Arbaugh.
The building is expected to be completed by July 2015.