ALPENA, Mich.— Pied Piper School will enter into phrase two of repair work starting this summer. Board members of the Alpena, Montmorency Alcona educational service district approved a bid last week for school repairs.
Students and staff can expect a new roof, replacement of ceiling tiles and a public address system. Since the first phase approval, aging boilers were replaced and new hot water heaters and classroom ventilators were installed.
The cost of the project is 25,000 dollars including renovations at the district office. Superintendent Scott Reynolds says, community support of special needs has helped to fund facility improvements.