After the long holiday weekend, New Milford students will be returning for a new academic year. While there is still repair work happening at the High School from a July roof fire, officials say there's very little left to do to get ready to welcome students back. Public Works Director Jack Healy says about 200,000 square feet was impacted was fire, smoke or water and they're down to mostly punch list items. The contractor just has a skeleton crew on site for the remaining work. The plan is to finish the 3rd floor by the end of the month, though they are waiting for some cabinetry and other items. Healy says by Christmas everything will be in place. The contractor will be moving dumpsters and sweeping up the back parking lot today and this weekend so that it will be available for students when classes begin on Tuesday.