Wednesday, December 30, 2009

School Officials: We'll Move In When We Move In

After missing two deadlines for opening the city's
new $34 million middle school, officials have decided to get rid of deadlines
altogether. Instead, students will continue attending the 37-year-old Wescott
Junior High School until officials decide the new school is ready. "The focus
should be on doing it right rather than just getting it done," Superintendent
Reza Namin said Tuesday after meeting with the steering committee for the new
[Harriman Associates architect Dan] Cecil said
three remaining items must pass inspection. Two of those jobs are done, and the
third is expected to be finished early next week, he said.
- John C.L. Morgan

Related: New Middle School Will Not Be Ready for Jan. 4 (December 29, 2009)

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