The AuSable Valley Central School District is working toward the completion of its Capital Project, and students will notice some new things as they enter the doors for the 2011-12 school year.
“We are looking forward to the students returning and seeing activity in the building once again,” school superintendent Paul Savage said. “We are also excited that the capital project is progressing positively and that the entire building project will be officially completed sometime this winter.”
Savage said that the project will help meet the needs of the students and help modernize the buildings.
“When completed, the facilities at all three buildings will be in top-notch condition and will be in great shape for the next 40 years or more,” Savage said. “We are proud of what we have been able to accomplish together and grateful for the support of our communities. “
The doors to the school district open to students on Thursday, Sept. 8, with teachers starting with conferences the two days previous.
“We have a welcome back barbecue planned,” Savage said. “It is an opportunity to welcome the students back to AVCS in a celebrative manner and it is also an opportunity for students to reunite with old as well as meet new friends in a comfortable and relaxed setting.”
Savage said that the administration, including himself, would be on the grills for the event.
The school will not see any new faces within the faculty.