In his weekly update on the status of the Junior/Senior High School building, Menominee Schools Superintendent Richard Sarau says cleaning of the building remains a priority. They are also working on installing the new boilers for the building.   While there still is no established date to reopen the building, the district is working on identifying and implementing alternative plans for some sort of face-to-face instruction for High School students. The state is aiding their effort with options to bridge tha gap until the building is available.  Sarau says students who may be struggling with virtual learning may use the Blesch Auditorium to seek tutoring or to have a alternative location to perform schoolwork.