Updating elementary schools
James Mikoloski Jr., a 5th grader at Wilson Elementary School works in a classroom that is part of the school's third phase of development.
The front of the newly renovated Wilson Elementary School on Tuesday, October 21, 2014.
The first phase of work at the 42-year-old school in Findlay included moving the district’s administrative offices from Donaldson Elementary School to a new 5,700-square-foot addition at Wilson, as well as renovating the school’s existing administrative offices, nurse’s suite, library, and kindergarten classrooms, said Ken Fibbi, the district’s director of buildings and grounds.
A high-speed networking system was added to the school’s computer lab, too, he said.
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