Members of the Franklinville Central School District Board of Education plan a tour of buildings and other facilities to ascertain that the areas of the campus undergoing construction are ready for the start of school Sept. 8.
The tour is the last item of business at a special meeting set for Thursday night and is open to the public as part of an open meeting. During a recent meeting School Board members answered residents' concerns that the extensive construction at both the elementary and high school buildings will pose safety problems or prevent school from starting on time.
Most affected are physical education areas, the elementary library, parking, and some vehicle entrances to the campus.
The session begins at 6 p.m. with interviews of candidates seeking appointment to a vacant School Board post. The board may then close a portion of the meeting to the public while discussing personnel issues, but will later award diplomas to students eligible for August graduation.