Signed beam put in place for new GJHS

The steel beam will be part of the new school building under construction


MIah Hines

Students and staff at GJHS signed a steel beam in the office before spring break. The beam was put into place in the new building on March 28.

A “topping-off ceremony” for the steel beam signed by the students and staff of GJHS was held on Tuesday, March 28. 

The steel beam was lowered into its place in the new GJHS building under construction. The new $144.5 million building is expected to be completed in August of 2024. 

“It’s nice to know we were able to have a little part in the new school,” said GJHS teacher Jen Campbell-Wilson.

Students and staff gathered outside in the main student parking lot to see the piece of history that will be a part of the GJHS story.