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July 30, 2013

Residents weigh in on Windham schools

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“When you see it, it is an eye-opener,” Anderson said.

Superintendent Winfried Feneberg invited residents to tour schools.

“I would welcome the community to be in our schools,” Feneberg said.

Parent Anne-Marie O’Neil told the School Board middle school improvements are a priority for her.

“I’d vote for an addition to the middle school,” O’Neil said.

Parent Donna InDelicato said crowding needs to be addressed.

“This need isn’t a want by any stretch of the imagination,” InDelicato said. “There’s no more making do, especially at the middle school.”

Parent Jim Dreyfuss called for a new track.

“When I look at sports here, the only thing I think we don’t really have, that boys and girls cannot use, is a track,” he said.

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