Groundbreaking progress begins on the “Wing”

Construction began on the long awaited new addition to the “Nest”, known as the Falcon Wing, located near the sports fields and next to the junior parking lot. Principal Dr. Kelly’s brainchild, the “Wing”, finally had its initial ground breaking ceremony, as Dr. Kelly, faculty, staff, students, and Falcon parents who have given their time, attention, and resources, gathered around to watch this momentous occasion

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GROUNDBREAKING ON PRINCIPAL Dr. Kelly’s “Falcon Wing” included those that have contributed to its design, have donated resources, and have supported the idea since its beginning.


The “Wing” itself is projected to fit 200 students and is expected to be a safe place within the school’s grounds where they can enjoy countless activities during one-lunch, before and after school, and before athletic events.  Students will also have access to the “Wing’s” stage and will even have the opportunity to take part in outdoor classes in the venue.

“I am looking forward to being able to see the area be nicely populated during one lunch, but to also walk outside and see a class take place on the stage,” Dr. Kelly said.

This new and impressive design is all part of Cox’s new plan to revitalize the campus and promote positive change among the student body, lighting the way to a better and brighter future for everyone who utilizes the newest designs.

“I think it will be entertaining and useful,” senior Erin Pulley said. “But, I’m disappointed that I won’t be able to enjoy it for very long before I graduate!”

Dr. Kelly is hopeful that the wing will be completed before the final football game of the season.

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