Klaubauf is asking district residents to suggest names to brand the new building as a space that can have multiple uses, with permission.
“There might be a thousand different ways to utilize that,” Klaubauf said.
He asked people to share ideas with him and high school principal Steve Bousley. School board president Penny Price asked the two student representatives to the school board to gather students’ ideas for a name.
The structural steel is going up, as well as masonry walls and weight-room framing, and the roof should go on by February or earlier, said Miron Construction Project Manager Luke Destiche.
The new facility will have a 40-yard practice field with artificial turf and a new weight room and fitness center.