Selected students, staff and volunteers assembled at Gloucester High School Monday to prepare for the beginning stages of the GHS renovation project, which began Tuesday.
While most students were participating in a virtual learning day through Zoom, NJROTC students were hard at work moving desks, lockers and supplies from a portion of ‘A’ Hall classrooms and the counseling office to trailers in the lot adjacent to the tennis courts and baseball field.
In addition to moving classrooms and counseling to the modulars, the main office was temporarily displaced to the former guidance office. The old main office will be part of the extended learning area.
“This is the beginning,” said GHS assistant principal Jodie Simpson.
The new counseling office will be connected to the new front office, which will be connected to a new security vestibule.
“I was a little nervous, but it’s been smooth sailing,” said school principal Dr. Stefan Mygas, speaking of the process of shuffling of...
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