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People flock to the open house at Davis School District's Odyssey Elementary Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014.

People flock to the open house at Davis School District’s Odyssey Elementary Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014.

Tom Smart, Deseret News

FARMINGTON — The Davis School District has construction projects underway in many of its schools this summer. Two of the largest projects are new elementary schools. Elementary No. 61, near 700 South and 1250 West in Farmington; and Elementary No. 62, at 200 N. Bonneville Lane in Kaysville, are scheduled to open August 2016. Elementary school projects include: Bountiful, building controls upgrade; Burton, partial roof replacement; Doxey, activity center addition; Kaysville, building controls upgrade; Lincoln, building controls upgrade; Oak Hills, boiler and building controls upgrade; Orchard, boiler and building controls upgrade; Syracuse, partial roof replacement; and Valley View, boiler and building controls upgrade.

Junior high schools undergoing work are: Centerville, waterline replacement; Central Davis, windows replacement; Farmington, building controls upgrade; Millcreek, addition and renovation ongoing; North Layton, parking lot renovation; and South Davis, partial roof replacement.

High school construction includes: Bountiful, parking lot remodel phase 2, fieldhouse boiler and building controls upgrade; Clearfield, partial roof replacement; Layton, partial roof replacement; Mountain, roof replacement on portable facility; Viewmont; sports turf replacement, and Woods Cross, partial roof replacement.