New photographs shot by a drone show how much progress has been made since June on the Penn Manor High School construction and renovation project.
Max Bushong, a Penn Manor High School junior, piloted a drone on July 16, 2020, to capture images of demolition of the 1958 wing of the school, which is being demolished this summer to make way for construction of additional classrooms.
The aerial shots also show the progress of construction of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) wing, ag shop and classrooms, and the auditorium being built on the site of the former high school parking lot.
Those classroom spaces, shops and labs are slated to open for students when school resumes Aug. 31.
You can see a live photo of the construction project here.
Many thanks to Max — who has been documenting the project since before demolition began — for his handy camera work!