MSBA Announces $3.5 Million Approval for Provincetown Schools

sack lunch schoolPROVINCETOWN – The Massachusetts School Building Authority has approved funding for renovations and repairs at the Provincetown Schools facility.

The district is authorized to receive up to $3.5 million.

The next step for the district and the MSBA is to enter into a project funding agreement, which will detail the project’s scope and budget.

“The plans for this project are the direct result of a collaborative partnership between Provincetown officials and the MSBA,” said MSBA Treasurer Deborah Goldberg. “We look forward to delivering an efficient, sustainable and cost-effective facility that will maximize local and state taxpayer resources while providing a top-notch location in which students can learn effectively.”

The project will improve major building systems, including roof, windows and HVAC at the 62,000-square-foot school.

The building authority will reimburse over 50 percent of the expenses towards the $7.3 million project.

The Provincetown High School building was constructed in 1931.

“The renovations at the Provincetown Schools facility will mean a better learning and teaching environment for area students and teachers,” said MSBA Executive Director Jack McCarthy. “We are delighted to be partnering in this project.”

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