Good news, bad news for Greenville schools’ construction

Construction at Greenville City Schools. (WDTN Photo/Kelley King)

GREENVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Some construction at Greenville City Schools is being slowed by weather and budget constraints.

Bluebag Media is reporting that construction at a new K-8 facility is delayed by one semester, so the students won’t start classes there until January 2017.

Construction at Greenville City Schools.  (WDTN Photo/Kelley King)
Construction at Greenville City Schools. (WDTN Photo/Kelley King)

On the bright side, renovations at the senior high school are ahead of schedule and should be complete by fall.

New windows and heating and air upgrades are among the renovations.

Some classrooms and the cafeteria have also been remodeled.

Visit Bluebag Media on line to learn more.

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