Maine Education Board Approves Renovation or Replacement of Six Schools in the State

Updated 2 years ago

The Maine Board of Education has signed off on improvements to six schools in critical need of renovation or replacement.Education Commissioner Stephen Bowen said Wednesday that the board approved the list of six schools that would be the first since 2005 to be slated for state construction funds.The schools are Morison Memorial School in Corinth: Sanford High School & Regional Technical Center: Newport Elementary School: Emerson School in Sanford: Charles A. Snow School in Fryeburg and Nokomis Regional High School in Newport.Department officials say no decisions have been made about whether the six schools will require new construction, or simply renovation. The schools are at the top of a priority list of 71 schools that applied for renovation or replacement.


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