Norfolk Senior High students, staff survive construction
NORFOLK - If you have ever lived in a home that is being remodeled, you have some idea what the first week of school was like for students and teachers at Norfolk Senior High. Associate Superintendent of Student Services Doug Witte said there was no hot water in the girls’ locker room, a roofing project was underway, and students and staff in 14 classrooms had to be displaced for the work. But he says many teachers told him this was the best first week of school they could remember. Board of Education. Board member Sandy Wolfe says she was at the Senior High on the opening day of school, and was amazed by the positive attitude of teachers and students.