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Summer Renovations Prepping Denison Schools For Changes

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DENISON, TX -- Summertime means construction time for some schools, and perhaps none more so than in one Texoma district preparing to shift many campuses in a year.

As the new Denison High School goes up off Highways 75 and 91, renovations are taking place at other schools.

The school board approved a maximum $1 million in updates to areas like restrooms and hallways starting at the end of the school year.

The current high school will become a seventh- and eighth-grade middle school and B. McDaniel will be a fifth- and sixth-grade school starting in the fall of 2014.

More work is planned for next summer.