According to the story the modular classrooms will not completely solve the overcrowding problem, or give the school the same amount of space it had in 2000 when the school was last renovated. Instead it will act as a temporary measure until 2018 when the school department will consider renovating or replacing the school. Both increased enrollment and the loss of 12 classrooms have exacerbated the overcrowding issue, Superintendent Paul Ash told the Globe.
Other warrant articles up for consideration on November 4 include the appropriation of funds to for renovations to a property the town is purchasing at 39 Marrett Road for a possible community center and some budget appropriations. Click here to see the full warrant.
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