Saturday, August 7, 2010

"officials don't have an estimate for the cost of renovations"

Renovating the science lab is a top priority educationally, according to Light. He also pointed to the auditorium as an area that could use work.
Light said auditorium seating predates the rest of the school by about a decade, and was salvaged from a town middle school. The stage is not handicapped-accessible. Some eight feet behind its curtain, there's a large cement wall.
"The renovation is more about the core of the building," Director of Facilities Mike D'Angelo said. "It's built to educate kids in 1971. It's not built to educate them in 2010."
 Read the full article about the tour of Franklin High School by local and state official in the Milford Daily News here:

Franklin, MA

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