Posted on November 27, 2019
Author Jacque Ryan, WKVI
North Judson-San Pierre School officials are inviting the public to a work session on Monday, December 2nd in order to find out more about the proposed project at the Elementary School Building.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin highlighted the event during last week’s school board meeting.
She noted, “Really we want to mirror what we did with our project at the Junior/Senior High. We felt like community was well prepared and informed so we want to do the same thing so it’s time to start that.”
Dr. Zupin stated that officials from the engineering firm Fanning Howey will be in attendance to provide details about the proposed work and representatives from Baker Tilly will also be there to present financial information.
She noted that Maintenance Director Wilbur Collins and other school officials will also be there to answer questions.
Dr. Zupin noted that it’s important that Elementary school staff members attend the work session as well in as they can provide a valuable perspective since they deal with the building on a daily basis. Community members are also encouraged to attend, provide input and ask questions.
While this work session will be similar to a regular board meeting, eventually Zupin said they will provide tours of the facility and publicly announce the scope of work in the future.
Monday’s work session will take place at 5 p.m. in the Central Office Board Meeting Room on the NJ-SP Campus.