Salem schools to open doors so public can see building renovations
The School Board and administration are setting up times to hold ribbon-cuttings and open houses at those schools to show off the work done during the schools’ major renovation projects.
The plan is to have separate ribbon-cuttings and tours of both schools scheduled 90 minutes to two hours apart.
School Board Chairman Patricia Corbett suggested that local politicians from the state legislature and the board of selectmen, among others, be invited to the ribbon-cutting ceremonies.
“We don’t want to forget that we did invest a couple hundred thousand dollars in that school to upgrade the safety and security of the facility itself,” said Delahanty.
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