The Town of Woodbridge recently completed a paving and sidewalk project at Beecher Road School South thanks to a $500,000 state grant. The sidewalk and paving project was completed by Complete Construction while renovation work was ongoing at the school during summer break.
“The new entryway looks great and sets the tone for a fresh and exciting beginning to the new school year. Our school community will enjoy a more beautiful, safe and energy efficient building,” said First Selectman Ellen Scalettar. Scalettar expressed the Town’s appreciation for the help of our state delegation—State Senators Joe Crisco and Gayle Slossberg and Representative Themis Klarides—in obtaining financial assistance for the project.
“I am very pleased with how smoothly this project went considering the fact that it occurred while our building facility was a major construction zone,” said Woodbridge Superintendent of Schools Dr. Guy Stella. “This is a wonderful example of collaboration between the School District, the Town, and state agencies. We also appreciate the cooperation and flexibility of our project manager, Matt Ward as well as the team from Complete Construction.”
The first day of school is Monday, August 31.