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Districtwide study details needs at Seneca Valley

Intermediate high tops list for improvements

JACKSON TWP — The results of a districtwide feasibility study covering buildings in the Seneca Valley School District, which was presented to school board members Monday, will be available to the public at a community meeting later this month.

While Jeremy Beatty of Eckles Architects and Engineering listed the needs and challenges at each school building, he said the intermediate high school is most in need of improvements and solutions to challenges.

The intermediate, which educates students in grades nine and 10, has no large-group instruction space, conference rooms or collaboration spaces, and has limited meeting spaces, Beatty said.

He said the intermediate is not student friendly, and houses the district's cyber school program, the Seneca Valley Academy of Choice, in five classrooms and the main office.

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