The city is set on adding modular classrooms wherever it can, except for at the high school (unless space can be found for such classrooms).
The cost will be about $14 million, give or take a few million.
The result will be that overcrowding at most of the smaller public schools will be alleviated while overcrowding at the high school awaits a different fate.
Residents here with children, many of them, do not want their children packed into modular classrooms, or so is the claim by several councilors, led by Councilor at Large Stephanie Smith.
Smith refused Monday night to vote for the $150,000 the city requested (and which it got by a 6-4 vote) for an analyst to head the beginnings of the complex operation that will lead to the placement of the modular.Continue reading “Modular classrooms”