CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – Students and staff members at a local school will now have a bigger area to eat their lunch thanks to a new renovation project.
Students at Clear Lake High School got the chance to dine in their new expanded cafeteria.
School cooks had been cooking in the kitchen for the past three weeks and having students eating in the gym.
New upgrades includes a variety of booths, a cappuccino machine and will offer different food options.
Doug Gee, school superintendent, says they also made sure the new renovations would include a safe environment for the students as well.
“But it’s safer also because of the direct line of coming inside the building will be a direct line of sight for the front high school office, so that for safety, obviously, so that’s the main thing there,’ says Gee.
The total cost of the school renovations is $3 million dollars.