Woodbury Middle School work not a priority for Salem district
Although the Woodbury Middle School would be the next building in line for improvements, Superintendent Michael Delahanty said it’s unlikely a major project at that school will be brought forward anytime soon.
“Yes, we do have a master plan, and the Woodbury School would be the next school,” he said. “But I don’t anticipate that this board would be advancing a plan to address the Woodbury School until some time after (the high school) is completed. I can’t say that with any certainty, but knowing these board members, I think it is safe to say we want to get this high school done first.”
“Once that is done, we will start considering the needs of the Woodbury School,” he said.
While a potential major project at Woodbury looks to be at least five years off, Delahanty said the district will continue to stay on top of maintenance for all its schools as part of the facilities master plan.
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