School repairs


Randolph High School and Randolph Community Middle School will undergo repairs, now that the school district was invited to join the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s Accelerated Repair Program this month. Through the program, schools can repair or replace roofs, windows, and boilers with energy-efficient and cost-saving upgrades. To be invited to the program, a district must submit a statement of interest to the state agency and the town. The Randolph district will work with a consultant to establish a budget, complete paperwork, and establish a timeline for repairs. The school district must complete the repair projects within six months.

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