January 29, 2018
Dear Community Members:
I am writing to update you on the progress of the auditorium project. We are a little over one month into a six-month design phase. To date, the design team has met with a number of individuals/groups (e.g., music teachers, theatre directors, and community leaders). Additionally, we have surveyed staff and parents about design wishes.
We have learned a lot from the input provided to us regarding various aspects of the space. Over the next two months, we will continue to meet with different groups as we seek to refine the design. The goal is to submit detailed design drawings to the New York State Education Department by July.
If you would like to provide us with input on design aspects of the project, please email us at email@example.com.
Paul Finch, Superintendent of Schools
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