School Board Discusses CTE Facilities and Technology

During its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 17, the Princeton School Board held a discussion concerning a potential referendum to remodel Princeton High School and construct a career and technical education facility.

The CTE project and potential referendum were first proposed to the school board at its meeting on Aug. 15, and options for the project and referendum have been a discussion topic ever since.

The original proposal for the referendum included the renovations at the high school for the CTE facility, the replacement of the roof on Princeton Middle School, and the replacement of the boilers at the high school.

Read more at the Union Times article linked here: https://www.hometownsource.com/union_times/community/princeton-school-board-discusses-options-for-new-cte-facility-referendum-and-technology-levy/article_0a4f55fc-734b-11ee-986b-f3e2f5e38f66.html

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