August 12, 2008

State to scrutinize new school construction more closely

A recent state audit found many districts are failing to follow the proper procedure to show the need for new schools.
They are not using correct projections for future enrollment, the state auditors found in the
audit, beginning on page 11.
I'm not sure Bristol's projects relate much to enrollment, since the main goal is to replace old schools with new ones, but it's still an interesting development that could come into play as this project rolls forward.

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2 comments:

Citizen and Parent said...

Citizen and Parent to "State":

NO SCHOOL IN SCALIA SAND PIT!!!

Anonymous said...

why not the sand pit the kid in the school can have a lesson in heavy object sitting in a sink hole !!!

see its a multipurpose building