By Andrew Cluley
Ann Arbor, MI – The Ann Arbor School Board has approved spending more than one-point-six million dollars to renovate bathrooms in the district's two major high schools. The bulk of the work is to take place this summer.
Facilities and System Director Phil McConnell says the bathrooms at Huron High are essentially the same as they were when the school opened in 1967. He says the bathrooms at Pioneer High got a cosmetic renovation in the mid 1990's , but now need to be totally remodeled.
McConnell says the majority of the work will be finished by the start of the school year this fall, but some work will not be finished until October.