Pullman residents get a peek at architectural plans of high school

PULLMAN, WA - Thursday night community members will get an idea of what Pullman High School will look like when its multimillion dollar renovation is complete.

The school district shared these photos with KLEW News and they show the architect's latest renderings. Superintendent Paul Sturm said now that they have an idea of how the building will look, they'll start thinking about improving things like the football field.

"We spent the morning looking at the site, and how we can solve some of the site problems around the building, and make some enhancements," said Sturm.

Voters approved a $53 million bond that will pay for the majority of the renovation in February, and the district said it's necessary to increase safety and efficiency. Construction is scheduled to begin next summer, and the project should be completed by Fall of 2017.