WATERVILLE — Summer renovations at Waterville Senior High School are under way.

According to the Waterville Public Schools website, the first and second floors of the east wing, which primarily contain classrooms, are being upgraded.

Electrical and mechanical improvements are being made and student lockers, as well as windows and curtains, are being replaced.

Work on walls, floors and ceilings is also be done.

A new two-story main entrance is being created and the parking lot is being altered so there will be separate areas for parking and for dropping off bus students.

Jim Reny, facilities manager for Waterville schools, indicated on the website that this is the third of five consecutive summer renovations at the high school.

The price tag for phase III is anticipated to be about $6.5 million; the website indicated that funding was secured through a federal Qualified School Construction Bond.

During next summer’s phase IV, the rotunda, cafeteria, auditorium and office areas will be renovated.

In phase V, in 2013, the website reported that athletic facilities will be upgraded.


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