It has been a busy summer for the facilities staff and administrators at St. Albans City School. As has been the case for many summers now, an important goal has been improvement of the school's nearly 50 year old infrastructure. Here are a few pictures of some of the physical changes that have been orchestrated in recent months.
Sidewalks have been torn out and replaced. Goodbye cracks and moisture removal problems.
Many walls have been repainted
7/8th grade bathrooms have been modernized - they are now handicap accessible
Lockers have been added to the 4-8th grade hallways for their use
This water fountain was installed on the second floor in the spring and we are still celebrating its installation
Beautiful benches were made of some of our old bleacher seating and placed in upstairs hallways.
More than 40 ancient faucets have been replaced and the water fountains too.
New lighting, new stage curtains, floor refinished.
The cafeteria kitchen floor has been redone and we have new serving lines.
Contents of rooms throughout the building have been removed and the floors cleaned and waxed.
Thank you St. Albans City residents for supporting this important work at our school.
Our new and second year staff went through an orientation process Wednesday. They were welcomed by St. Albans City School and supervisory union administrators and support staff. At the same time, our established teaching staff worked hard to prepare their classrooms and instructional content for the arrival of students next week.