HAMILTON — Hamilton Elementary’s $4.2 million school enclosure and renovation project is underway after the school received Public School and College Authority monies.
According to Marion County Superintendent Ann West, construction will be done on the southwest wing of the building, renovating bathrooms and enclosing areas connecting classrooms using the $4.2 million.
West stated, due to the high cost of the project as a whole, the full enclosure and renovation of the elementary school will need to be completed in installments over the course of the next year.
“They are going to competely gut and remodel the big bathrooms on the back two wings. Those have never been remodeled since the school was built,” said West.
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