Jeannette Ross photosSchool opens Tuesday, Sept. 6, and Turner Construction promises Miller-Driscoll will be ready. First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice toured the building on Tuesday, Aug. 23 and was heartened by what she saw. Touring the site with Turner Project Manager Mike Douyard and Chris Burney, Wilton\u2019s director of facilities and energy management, she saw classrooms nearing completion and extensive progress made on the building\u2019s exterior and grounds. With movers coming in Thursday, Aug. 25, to begin putting classrooms back together, Vanderslice said, \u201cYou can feel confident this is going to be done.\u201d \u201cYou can see dramatic change every day,\u201d Burney said. \u201cIt looks good. People don\u2019t need to worry,\u201d Vanderslice said. \u201cParents don\u2019t need to worry.\u201d There have been concerns expressed by parents about whether or not the school, and the kitchen and cafeteria in particular, would be ready when children return. But a tour of the school showed the Miller-Driscoll kitchen and cafeteria outfitted for the first day of school. Occupancy inspections are taking place this week.