Construction projects are being planned at both Throop Elementary and the Paoli Jr. Sr. High School. These projects will upgrade specific areas of both schools to benefit the student body. Superintendent Casey Brewster will be the head of these projects.
“I see these construction upgrades as improvements to our schools,” said Brewster.
An agricultural expansion, including a new animal lab attached to the greenhouse, is one of the many upgrades that PHS will hope to see.
Other construction plans for the high school include sensor switches for interior lighting, a solution to address water runoff and a softball dressing room.
As pointed out by Brewster, some of these construction jobs are a higher priority than others. Throop will be seeking restroom upgrades, which will be more efficient and use less water. Proposals and then possible bids will be accepted over a period of four months and if a bid is selected, projects at Paoli Schools can begin.
Story by Jace Ingle