Timberlane school district adds a pair of new portable classrooms
The big ticket item for summer work was the removal of two aging portable classrooms and the addition of two modern modular units.
Three options were looked at to pay for the units, from purchasing outright to leasing to leasing to own, Metzler said.
The district is budgeting $35,000 to lease the units, and after five years the district will own them.
Other projects at the high school included some paving, painting of the gym and cafeteria, and extending water to the concession stand.
Hughes said the goal over the summer was to complete projects that would be harder to do with students and staff in the schools.
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