PES, Reagan and the future
PRINCETON — Princeton Elementary School Superintendent Tim Smith is asking for more time to get things in place before making a final recommendation about what to do with the district’s school buildings next fall.
At Monday’s meeting of the PES Board, Smith said the goal of the administration team is to continue to focus on providing the best education possible for all students. The district needs a plan that creates the least amount of change, especially for the students, while still addressing the need to decrease costs in the transportation and building funds, he said.
“This is an emotional issue, an important issue, and I take it very seriously,” Smith said. “We have a number of communities that make up our school community, and every piece of that community is important to us. We are trying to do our best to understand how to use our buildings as best we can in order to offset some of our deficits.”
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