Meanwhile, in the city we can't do the touch up some plaster and ceilings at Schenley for half that cost????
Penn Hills moves ahead with high school plans: "Costs for the new building will be under the $70 million estimate stated at a previous board meeting, he said. The district will use state reimbursements and a bond issue to cover the cost.
The school board took no action on proposals for reconfiguring middle and elementary schools.
The district is in the midst of long-term planning to bring expenses in line with revenues and declining enrollment.
Two elementary schools were closed in 2008."