By Donald Gilpin, Town Topics
Architects from Fielding Nair International and Spiezle Architectural Group presented their preliminary designs for a 5/6 school and the transformation of the Princeton High School (PHS) building at a special meeting of the Princeton Board of Education at the Valley Road administrative building last night.
The plans will continue to be adjusted based on feedback from the Board, staff, students, and the community, as Princeton Public Schools (PPS) prepares to submit its tentative design plans to the State Board of Education in April in preparation for a facilities referendum on October 2.
Cost estimates should be available soon, according to Board Facilities Committee Chair Dafna Kendal. “We are waiting for feedback from the community on the plans presented, and we are aiming to have cost estimates and tax impact available within the next few weeks,“ she said.
Though the meeting took place after press time, PPS Communications Director Brenda Sewell was able to share some of the architects’ preliminary plans