Clinton-Massie annex taken down


This week at Clinton-Massie, a wing of the annex was razed. It had not been used since the 2009-10 school year and was in need of repair and updating. It is more cost-effective to remove it, school officials said. The awarded bid for the demolition project was $335,000. The school district is using some of the federal funds it received for “school facility repairs and improvements to enable operation of schools to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards”.

This week at Clinton-Massie, a wing of the annex was razed. It had not been used since the 2009-10 school year and was in need of repair and updating. It is more cost-effective to remove it, school officials said. The awarded bid for the demolition project was $335,000. The school district is using some of the federal funds it received for “school facility repairs and improvements to enable operation of schools to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards”.


Submitted photo | Lynn Deatherage

This week at Clinton-Massie, a wing of the annex was razed. It had not been used since the 2009-10 school year and was in need of repair and updating. It is more cost-effective to remove it, school officials said. The awarded bid for the demolition project was $335,000. The school district is using some of the federal funds it received for “school facility repairs and improvements to enable operation of schools to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards”.

This week at Clinton-Massie, a wing of the annex was razed. It had not been used since the 2009-10 school year and was in need of repair and updating. It is more cost-effective to remove it, school officials said. The awarded bid for the demolition project was $335,000. The school district is using some of the federal funds it received for “school facility repairs and improvements to enable operation of schools to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards”.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/06/web1_2782.jpegThis week at Clinton-Massie, a wing of the annex was razed. It had not been used since the 2009-10 school year and was in need of repair and updating. It is more cost-effective to remove it, school officials said. The awarded bid for the demolition project was $335,000. The school district is using some of the federal funds it received for “school facility repairs and improvements to enable operation of schools to reduce risk of virus transmission and exposure to environmental health hazards”. Submitted photo | Lynn Deatherage