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Charlottesville School Board discusses elementary school modernization plans
The Daily Progress Thursday, November 02, 2017 at 10 p.m.
The Charlottesville School Board on Thursday discussed a five-year, $5 million plan to modernize classroom and commons spaces in the division’s elementary schools.
Kim Powell, assistant superintendent for finance and operations, presented the information to the board showing the process to date for the Facilities Improvement and Planning Committee’s work.
Part of the reason for pursuing these projects is the age of the city’s school buildings.
Of the elementary schools in the discussion, most were built in the 1950s and 1960s. Clark Elementary School was built in 1931, and Venable Elementary School opened to the public in 1925, according to both schools’ websites.


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