A trip on the hill reveals activity everywhere: at The Heights, in driveways and up the gravel road to the middle and high school, where the three-story structure recently received electricity, generator power, retaining walls and painting.  Members of the Seaside School District Construction Oversight Committee received their monthly campus tour on Feb. 11, with an opportunity to see the work, with a project budget of more than $123 million, in action. Work is complete in late July.

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