The Nokomis School District took on a major summer project this summer to be ready for the 2017-18 school year. The district took on a three-million dollar renovation project at Nokomis High School, so students will be starting school about a week later than expected.
Nokomis Superintendent Dr. Scott Doerr says there are many upgrades being made at the high school with this project.
Doerr says the renovations will enhance the learning experience for students in the Nokomis school district.
Nokomis students start classes for the upcoming school year on August 28th.