Construction work on the $10.2 million project on all three schools in the is well under way this summer, Patch found in a tour of all three sites on Friday.
According to board of education member Bill Holobowski at the July 21 meeting, who chairs the facilities committe, the project is "on target and scheduled for completion date."
The $4.7 million referendum project approved by voters in September targets major issues plaguing the three schools like roofing repairs and replacing hot water heaters.
A slide show from a presentation by the board in September to the public that includes all of the details of the project can be found in our photo gallery.
The entire length of the long driveway leading into the off Hance Avenue has been ripped up, with new curbing and sewage pipe work to join the smooth new roadway.
At the l on Sycamore Avenue, Holobowski said that large portions of the roof have been totally resurfaced.
The chipped and peeling facade of the on Tinton Avenue has been completely removed and the installation of a new hot water heater is imminent.