School starts in 20 days, and Wilton students returning to Miller-Driscoll School (and their families) will notice a definite difference to the south side of the campus. Construction has started this month to prepare the building and land for the work that’s part of the Miller Driscoll renovation project.

The land on the school’s south side has been graded (photos taken Tuesday, Aug. 4) and concrete footings for the temporary classrooms are being poured (those photos were taken Monday, Aug. 10). The temporary classrooms themselves are undergoing a major interior and exterior rehab, which must be completed before they are accepted for delivery, which is expected toward the end of the month.

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