Thursday, September 12th marked a big day for the Town with the official ribbon cutting for the new Severance High School. The event started with the Pledge of Allegiance followed by the National Anthem – performed by the Severance High School band (under the direction of Richard Grotzky) – and ended with the ceremonial ribbon cutting. The band also performed the school’s new “Fight Song” for the crowd. Speakers included Jennifer Lieber, Weld RE-4 School Board President, Chris Garcia, Principal, and Dan Seegmiller, School Superintendent. (Photos can be seen below.)
A 2016 Bond and Mill Levy funded the building of the new Severance High School, which will serve 1200 students, and its state-of-the-art features include: Flex classroom, flexible furniture options, a production and recording studio, art studio, media center,robotics workshop, wood shop, and more.