Cunningham Elementary School

The Cunningham Elementary School is used as an example of overcrowding in the district's elementary schools. (File photo)

 

After receiving a ‘no’ from the state for funding the construction of a fifth elementary school, the School Building Committee (SBC) agreed on May 24 to reapply for the aid and also look into moving the project forward without it.

The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) told the district on April 14 that Milton didn’t make the final cut for financial assistance under its Core program applications, but invited the town to reapply for 2021.

With the June 25 deadline for the 2021 awards drawing close, the SBC voted on May 24 to resubmit a Statement of Interest (SOI) application with some modifications.

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