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GJHS project going smoothly; Wildflower Schools to apply for Mesa County charter

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GJHS project going smoothly; Wildflower Schools to apply for Mesa County charter

The progress rate of the early stages of the new Grand Junction High School’s construction still has the school on pace to open in the autumn of 2024 as originally planned.

Colleen Kaneda, a principal at Dynamic Program Management, the owner’s representative for the project, provided her monthly update to the School District 51 Board of Education at its work session Tuesday night at the Harry Butler Board Room at R-5 High School.

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Residents and Mesa County Valley School District officials listen during a presentation at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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Residents and Mesa County Valley School District officials listen during a presentation by Emma Reicks and Georgia Reigel, representatives for Wildflower Montessori Public Schools of Colorado, at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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Emma Reicks, left, and Georgia Reigel, representatives for Wildflower Montessori Public Schools of Colorado, make their case for opening a Montessori school in Mesa County at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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Emma Reicks, left, and Georgia Reigel, representatives for Wildflower Montessori Public Schools of Colorado, make their case for opening a Montessori school in Mesa County at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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Residents and Mesa County Valley School District officials listen to Emma Reicks and Georgia Reigel, representatives for Wildflower Montessori Public Schools of Colorado, during a presentation at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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Mesa County Valley School District Superintendent Brian Hill checks his phone at the D51 Board of Education meeting Tuesday night.

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