Bridgeville Events
Thursday, August 5. 1999
 
Schools are improved, repaired over summer
By Bill McCauley
Director of administrative services David Winski recently reported repairs and structural improvements that will be made by Sept. 1 to all three school buildings in the Woodbridge District.
The most significant of these will be at the elementary school, Greenwood, with the addition of two modular classrooms, giving the school an additional four new rooms. Other work includes a ramp at the front entrance, painting of exterior trim and handrail areas, improved stage lighting and roof work on the flat portion of the school building.
Interior work to the middle and high school building in Bridgeville includes the placement of cork strips set in metal frames on hallway walls from which student artwork can be suspended.

Outside work includes replacement of a deteriorated metal cyclone fencing along the two alleys, one of which is at the rear of the school and the other at the left of the school facing it. The school bus loading and unloading area will receive a repaving and the agricultural building will get a new storage shed.
Roof repairs to the middle and high school building’s flat-roof area should stop the minor leaks that staff have had to patch in recent years.
Repairs to the Early Childhood Development Center include paving and enlargement of the parking area, painting of outside trim and adding outside lighting. Interior improvements include changes to stage lighting in the multi-purpose room.