Pennsylvania School District may Opt for Modular Additions

An increase in enrollment projections exceeding expectations in the Cumberland Valley School District in south central Pennsylvania is leading officials to consider an $88 million budget addition over the next eight-10 years. While middle school and high school enrollment will exceed capacity within eight years, at the elementary school level one-third of the classrooms are above 99 percent capacity, according to One option would be to add modular classrooms, which would save the district from immediately incurring debt, and gradually build permanent facilities as more concrete numbers emerge. As understands, current low interest rates may dictate a quicker decision. ##

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