A portion of the Gloucester High School Master Plan Study was to collect input from the public, including comments placed in suggestion boxes at GHS.
School administration compiled the suggestions left in those boxes on how to proceed with revamping the aging school. Suggestions ranged from design changes to better wireless internet to improving traffic flow.
Architects have been working to incorporate some of these and other ideas that have come out of community meetings held on the topic to put together in a final product. The final product is expected to be presented to the Gloucester School Board next month, along with cost estimate associated with the different models to be considered as the board moves forward.
Some suggestions included:
—Drop the community room because it duplicates what is offered at the library and other schools;
—Include more storage for projects in project-based learning classrooms;
—Add an athletic field on the right side of the scho...
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