Bishop Dwenger HS breaks ground for renovations

Pictured Left to Right: Tom Didier, city councilman and BDHS alum; Fr. Jacob Meyer, BD chaplain; Dan Conroy, Director of Maintenance; Marsha Jordan, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Diocese FW-SB;
Catherine Yanko, Class of 2014 Student Body Co-President; Katie Burns, Director of Development and Alumni Relations; Jason Schiffli, Principal; 
Sister Marilyn Oliver School Board Co-President
Pictured Left to Right: Tom Didier, city councilman and BDHS alum; Fr. Jacob Meyer, BD chaplain; Dan Conroy, Director of Maintenance; Marsha Jordan, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Diocese FW-SB; Catherine Yanko, Class of 2014 Student Body Co-President; Katie Burns, Director of Development and Alumni Relations; Jason Schiffli, Principal; Sister Marilyn Oliver School Board Co-President

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE)  Members of the Bishop Dwenger High School family gathered Monday to break ground on renovations on the 50-year-old school.

The school plans to update the gymnasium, renovate 36 original classrooms, and build a new chapel by the fall of 2016. The goal is to raise $7,250,000 to complete the project.

 

 

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