The project has been on the town’s agenda for at least a few years, he said, but other concerns pushed the renovations aside.
"It was on the radar screen, but the high school just dominated the discussion over the past few years," he said. "Now it’s time to address the Davis Thayer issue."
Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski said the school, constructed in 1924, was designed with a different era in mind.
"It just wasn’t built for the educational expectations of the 21st century," Sabolinski said.
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The recent School Committee capital plan