From Silverton Standard, the place where you can write!
Posted on March 17 2011, 2:48pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
Silverton School students Andrea Dozal, Dillon Paxton, Daniel Prieto,
and Nikole Aikin work on writing a grant to help pay for converting
the old school barn on 12th Street into an art studio for the school.
David Emory/ Silverton Standard & the Miner
It appears that Silverton School will be stuck in the temporary modular units for most — if not all — of the next school year as work continues on the $11.8 million renovation project for the 100-year-old school building.
And the school’s schedule may be adjusted to take into account the construction timetable.
“I’m pretty sure we’ll have to use the modulars for another year,” School Superintendent Kim White told the school board last week.
And due to a tight construction schedule, White said she is “toying” with the idea of starting the next school year earlier than usual, perhaps on Monday, Aug. 22.
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