QUINCY (WGEM) — Quincy Public Schools has wrapped up its school year and now its onto the summer projects.
The district will spend $6 million on improvement projects around each school. Some of those include the Junior High theater and gym, entry doors for early childhood, completion of Denman and roof work at Baldwin.
Superintendent Roy Webb says it’s all happening fast.
“Next week we move some of our stuff. But teachers will be allowed to put their stuff in July 8 at Baldwin and July 15 at Denman. They may maneuver a little bit of tuck point items and such, but we will be fine. We will be ready to go in August,” said Webb.
Work is also happening at Flinn Stadium. The improvements could take up to 6 months to complete, and cost $1.37 million.