North Thurston Principal Steve Rood, from left, Mike Laverty, district director of construction, and district Superintendent Raj Manhas tour the new gymnasium construction, part of a two-phase, $40 million construction and remodeling project at North Thurston High School on Friday.
North Thurston Principal Steve Rood, from left, Mike Laverty, district director of construction, and district Superintendent Raj Manhas tour the new gymnasium construction, part of a two-phase, $40 million construction and remodeling project at North Thurston High School on Friday. Tony Overman Staff photographer
North Thurston Principal Steve Rood, from left, Mike Laverty, district director of construction, and district Superintendent Raj Manhas tour the new gymnasium construction, part of a two-phase, $40 million construction and remodeling project at North Thurston High School on Friday. Tony Overman Staff photographer

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September 08, 2015 12:00 PM

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