cranstononline.com, Posted Thursday, March 1, 2018 2:20 pm
By Thomas Greenberg
Cranston’s school department, in its quest to eventually renovate or rebuild schools, which are in some cases almost 100 years old (Briggs Building), has hired an outside company, Fielding Nair International (FNI), to come up with a long-term plan to do so.
The process is currently in phase one, which will not exceed a cost of $337,000, school Chief Operating Officer Ray Votto said. This phase is focused on “discovery,” which includes community workshops, in-school evaluations, and input from teachers, students, and the public.
Superintendent Jeannine Nota said that all the schools buildings will be part of the community discussions and “everything is on the table.”
“The essential question will be, ‘can the building/facility/campus provide a 21st century education for our students?”
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