The doors opened on the new Donald D. Sherill building at the beginning of the school year. Now, students and teachers celebrate the namesake of what they call a remarkable school.
66 kids go to class part time at Sherill.
It houses an LPS skills program for kids with behavioral and emotional challenges.
Now, the final piece of the facility falls into place.
"It means a lot for all of our community and staff members to have a facility that's so beautiful," LPS Director of Special Education Jenny Fundus said.
Sherill worked extensively with kids to develop students' social and coping skills.
They work with psychotherapists who provide educational therapy to help kids be more successful in the classroom.