Ceremonial groundbreaking

A gathering of school officials and residents Wednesday in the White Pigeon Community Schools applauded the ceremonial groundbreaking of improvement slated to take place at the district’s two schools.

The event kicks off what will be a variety of building and design improvements at the district’s two school buildings over the next five years. The balance of the work this year will take place over the summer and focus on electrical, plumbing, bathroom, parking lot, and student pick-up/drop-off locations at Central Elementary.

District voters last year approved the renewal of a five-year, sinking-fund millage request to continue district-wide improvements.

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