By MORGAN MANNS
For The Courier
FOSTORIA — School may be out for the summer, but Fostoria City Schools’ campus is still lively.
Construction crews are continuing to work at Fostoria Elementary and Fostoria Junior/Senior High schools.
Superintendent Andrew Sprang gave a small update during Monday evening’s Board of Education meeting, stating most of the drywall is completed at the 7-12 building and crews are installing windows and painting.
Meanwhile, the preK-6 building is undergoing some of its last phases, including the creation of the final classrooms.
“Most of the classrooms are ready,” Sprang said. “They just need some final touches like cleaning before we start moving items from Riley and Longfellow over.”
“Things are going well and everything appears to be on track,” he said.
Work at the elementary school, including the playgrounds, is expected to be completed this summer, with students in grades preK-6 moving into the building at the beginning of the academic year.
Work at junior/senior high school is expected to be completed in December, with teachers moving into the new portion of the building over winter break and students starting classes in it in January.