The Bethel Public School District is hosting a community open house for the new school construction projects. The new Johnson and Rockwell Schools will be open to the community tonight from 5pm to 6:30pm. Residents are invited to start at either school at any time during the open house. Masks are still required in the school buildings. A state grant covers 45 percent of eligible costs for the combined $65.8 million projects. Johnson School was built in 1980 to house grades 4 and 5. Rockwell School, which was built in 1971, was renovated in 1977. Rockwell is one of two schools in Bethel for kindergarten through third graders. Both schools had problems in heating and cooling, and after renovations the buildings will be climate controlled.