You'll start to see changes around the Hughes Educational Center on Washington Street in Bismarck.
Portables are being placed for Legacy High School students.
These students will have most of their classes at Hughes beginning this fall until their new school is open in the fall of 2015.
Neighbors around the building have been informed of these changes.
This will also affect traffic patterns as many high schoolers are of driving age.
Superintendent Tamara Uselman says you won't see portables in numbers like at Hughes.
"We should only see the big portable yard right here at Hughes until Legacy High School is done and then our portables should go into retirement until we start finding hot spots where we may need them but our school board has really been planning carefully to try to stay even with the growth curve," says Tamara Uselman, Superintendent, Bismarck Public Schools.
Eight portable classrooms will be set up outside of Hughes for the 2014-2015 school year.
Legacy students will still attend classes at the Career Academy as well.
Avenue D will remain closed to through traffic for another year.
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