By Josh Resnek
School Superintendent Priya Tahiliani said a new high school will take 5-7 years during a presentation that was an eye opener for the city council Monday night.
‘We need more space, as much space as we can get for next year – and whatever space it is, it will need an expenditure of money to prepare for school use,” she said.
She said the new high school is not yet a guarantee for approval and funding.
Her appearance at the city council dove tailed an appearance before the school committee last week where she detailed the space difficulties the schools are facing.
Assistant Superintendent Charlie Obremski indicated that the former Everett High School is the most likely spot for more space to be developed in a short amount of time.
As many as 13-20 classrooms might be made available at the former high school.Continue reading “Superintendent of Schools Pleads With Council About Space Needs for 2022-23”