PHS looks at improvement project
PRINCETON — Parking lot work, winter coaches and school visitors were among the topics discussed this week by the Princeton High School Board of Education.
At Wednesday’s meeting, the board authorized Superintendent Kirk Haring to apply for school maintenance grant for the paving of the back parking lot between the school building and the football field.
Haring said the state is again looking at awarding $50,000 school maintenance matching grants, which he would like to use for the parking lot paving work. The total cost of the project would be about $100,000-$120,000, with PHS paying its portion of the project through Life Safety funds. The work is expected to be done next summer.
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