So, my former middle school - which also has an elementary school - is moving into my former high school.
This means that the former building will be empty now and that Geibel will now somehow have to accommodate preschool through high school seniors, although this may not be a problem with the tiny class sizes. The graduating class of 2010 had 39 kids, and the elementary and middle school classes are even smaller.
The high school kids probably won't be happy. My class was cranky enough when they decided to add a middle school, but we didn't get any renovations like these kids are going to. We got a worse dress code with expensive uniforms that didn't keep us warm in the winter, much like the building's heat.
Among the new additions are WiFi classrooms (I'm not sure why) and an outdoor playground, which makes sense with the elementary kids moving over, but Conn-Area never had a playground anyway. Recess was outside in a parking lot. Actually, gym class was there most of the time, too. And not only will these kids have a playground, but they also won't have to worry about kicking a ball too hard and sending it rolling at a brilliant speed down the hill - a problem I didn't have because I hated kickball and couldn't kick hard anyway.
It does sound like a lot of nice changes are on the way, though, so good for them.