Work has been underway all summer to renovate Bond County Unit 2’s Early Childhood Building so classrooms could be used at the start of the school year.
The building, formerly a veterinarian clinic, is across from the district’s main office along Route 140. It became a victim of Monday’s flood.
Superintendent Wes Olson said use of the building has been pushed back. He said the district is working with the Regional Office of Education to find another classroom for the start of the school year. Officials are still working to determine the extent of the damage.
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The three classrooms were to house Kindergarten Readiness Program students.
The superintendent reported the Greenville Elementary School also had water in its basement and the art/music area. There was erosion damage at various locations in the district.