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Early Childhood Center
There is great progress at the Delta Mills Early Childhood Center that is scheduled to open August 21, 2017.
To date, the building is approximately half-way through the renovation process. The asbestos abatement is almost complete, and renovations are well underway. As designed, the west-end of the building is almost completely demolished and removed. When the building was purchased, it was clear that this area of the building was in disrepair and would cost more to renovate than to demolish and potentially replace at some time in the future.
On the east-end of the building, the gym/cafeteria will remain as is with minor updates of a new coat of paint and the installation of a new laminate floor. Next, renovations will bring the east-end of the building up to code, and as of now, those renovations are ahead of schedule. The east-end will house 5 large classrooms that will serve preschool children ages 3-5. We anticipate the building will host up to 150 students beginning in the fall of 2017.
We are pleased to report we are on schedule and on budget. Our plans to have the building open and ready to welcome our youngest students on August 21, 2017 are on track and moving forward.
Are you looking for a second job, or just want to make a little exta money without working a full day? Call our Human Resources Office at 517-925-5406 to discuss your availability. Substittue bus drivers could be available just for morning or afternoon runs. Give us a call and see and we can help you out! We will even provide the appropriate training.
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