The $65.8 million renovations to Rockwell and Johnson elementary schools are mostly complete, but work continues on spaces including the gyms and cafeterias. Those areas should have been complete by the start of the school year, but school officials note those spaces are not being used anyway, due to coronavirus precautions. The construction company cited the pandemic as among the reasons for the delays. The construction, remains on budget, although more money has been used for Rockwell than expected. Johnson has cost less than planned, so far. Some contingency money remains available. A state grant covers 45 percent of eligible costs. Everything should be completed by mid-December per the construction company’s contract with the district, said Tony Rizzo, CEO of Rizzo Corporation, the construction company.