Sharyland ISD administrators hoped for more construction to be completed on the Pioneer High School, but the weather delayed it further. The main projects still under construction are the agriculture farm facility and the baseball dugouts.
Over the winter holiday, the metal canopy for the agricultural structure was completed, but the sidewalks, concrete draining and the roof remain unfinished. However, Director of Maintenance Jesse Muñiz explained that he met with Magic Valley Cooperative and is working on sorting out the electric fixtures. He is still aiming for the February completion date, pending weather conditions.
“We got the pens ordered. Hopefully, they’ll be delivered the first week in February,” the director of maintenance said. “But if we really get some good weather, I think we can make a lot of progress.”