According to a report by the Sanatoga Post, Pottsgrove School District will be conducting a feasibility study in the comings months to determine which - if any - improvements can be made to the high school.
The report states that some of the improvements that were discussed at the December 4 meeting of the Board of School Directors include renovating the library, adding security to the main entrance, replacing the bleachers and flooring in the gym and remodeling the cafeteria.
The proposed improvements would come in addition to the $9 million of already-planned repairs, which include replacing the school's air conditioning chillers, repair the roof, and repairs to other structural deficiencies throughout the school.
Pottstow School District Business Administrator David Nester described a plan to spend $30 on additional repairs without a need for a tax increase, but such plans are preliminary, according to the report.
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