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SBC Public Forum (virtual)

Wed. May 12th @ 6:30pm


(in person @ Hartwell!)

Sat. May 15th @ 9:30am

SBC Public Forum on May 12th

In preparation for Town Meeting, the SBC will hold a public forum on Wednesday, May 12th at 6:30pm, prior to the committee’s regular monthly meeting at 7:00pm. To register for the public forum, please click: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

How it’s going…where it will end!

Phase 1 of the Lincoln School renovation is getting to the point where we can really envision the results! Below are comparisons that show current construction photos of the Dining Commons, new Reed connector, and the Auditorium versus renderings of the finished products.  The SBC met last Wednesday, click here to see the project update […]

April SBC Meeting on Wednesday!

The School Building Committee meets on Wednesday, April 14th at 7:00pm, via Zoom. Find the agenda here, and visit the new April photo gallery!

What once seemed like “pi” in the sky…

…is now imaginable! We are on schedule to welcome faculty and students to a renovated Middle School in September! Last week’s warmer days meant melted snow and the ability to get the roofing schedule back on track. As with most aspects of the project, the work moves from west to east, starting with Building D, […]

Up in the clouds…

This photo is of the refurbished “clouds” being rehung in the Auditorium. What looks like the floor is actually the scaffolding needed to work safely this high up! The SBC meets virtually on Wednesday, March 10th at 7:00pm. Click here for the agenda and further information. Just for fun: In the February 14th blog post, […]

At the heart of this project…

…is our project team’s creativity and dedication. We’ve said all along that this is a complex renovation, and at this week’s School Building Committee meeting we were reminded of the creative problem-solving and long hours it takes to make the project happen: How do you install large beams in an existing structure? To meet code, […]

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