Pequea Elementary School gets a new lease on life
More than 200 parents, students, graduates and community members turned out in September to rededicate Pequea Elementary School, which reopened this fall after undergoing an $11.8 million renovation.
Pequea was closed for the 2015-16 school year as workers completed the project, which included expanding the main lobby; adding two academic commons areas for instruction; enlarging and upgrading the kitchen; renovating the library and playground; and upgrading mechanical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning and lighting systems.
The school’s exterior, classrooms and halls also were renovated, and school bus and vehicle drop-off areas were improved to increase safety. In addition, the parking lot was expanded, and natural lighting was increased throughout the building.
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