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Construction won't delay school year start in Austintown

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio - Austintown's Superintendent and Board of Education want to make it clear that school is on schedule to start September 4.

Even with a brand new school building under construction for all the elementary school students, the construction is ahead of schedule and under budget, and they expect no delay in classes.

"It does look like when you look at the project at the beginning of August that we have a lot of work to do and we do, but it's a lot of finished work. The interior of the building is wonderful. I walked through it last week," says superintendent Vincent Colaluca. 

The Superintendent says there will be two entrances to the school grounds on Idaho Road,
 
He expects to release more information in the coming weeks.

 

 

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