Work has finished on a brand new $10 million expansion project at Stevens High School. The Rapid City Journal reports that students returning to school will have a whole new science wing to explore that is complete with many eco-friendly features. The new wing was designed to be much more conducive to teaching in the different fields of scientific study as well as free up extra space for rooms for art and special needs courses.
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