UPDATE, SUNDAY: Due to weather complications presented by Hurricane Sandy, the School Board has postponed the forum. No new date has been announced.
UPDATE, WEDNESDAY: To accommodate those attending the forum, the Salem School Board announced Tuesday the location of the forum has been changed from the Television Studio to the Seifert Auditorium at the high school.
By the Salem School District Superintendent's Office
Michael Delahanty, Salem Superintendent of Schools, announced that the Salem School Board will host a public forum regarding a revised Facilities Renovation Project to be proposed for voter consideration in March, 2013.
The meeting will be held in the Television Studio at Salem High School on Monday, Oct. 29, beginning at 7 p.m. The forum is open to parents of current and entering students as well as interested citizens. All residents are encouraged to attend.
The School Board is proposing a renovation project to address facility deficiencies at two elementary schools, Fisk School and Soule School.
School district officials, joined by Chris Drobat of Lavallee/Brensinger Architects and Gino Baroni of Trident Project Advantage Group, will provide a perspective of the Facilities Master Plan and options for the upcoming project.
Board members will review recent enrollment projection information that influenced a decision to renovate two rather than three elementary schools.
Much has been discussed about this proposal, and it is always important to learn the pertinent facts. After a brief presentation, questions and comments from audience members will be welcomed.