Updating elementary schools
Ashlee Lebak, left, and Zoey Beeghly, right, work in their second grade classroom that is part of Wilson Elementary School's third phase of development.The West Allegheny school has had renovations throughout much of its school and construction is anticipated to continue throughout the school year.Mason Montello and Sonnie Griffith, second-graders at Wilson Elementary School, take part in activities in a hallway at the school on Tuesday, October 21, 2014.West Allegheny School District has started the second phase of a renovation project at Wilson Elementary School that will lose the “open-classroom” layout that became popular in the 1970s.Built in 1972, Mc Kee and Wilson need new roofs; replacement of their electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; and upgrades to make the buildings compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the district said.“The schools actually, for the most part, were original back to the construction in 1972, so it was time for an update — between the age of the facilities … The renovations at Mc Kee and Wilson will eliminate the open-classroom layout, in which classrooms are clustered together in pods and are missing doors and some walls.
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