An animal enclosure for a Career Technical Center program is one of the latest items to be built at the “new” Dover High School.
Even though the students entered the building for the first time on August 29, 2018, there was still a lot of work to be done at the site.
The old school had to be demolished. Sports fields and parking lots have been put in its place.
There were problems with opening the new building, including leaks in the roof that required repairs in December 2019.
Now the Dover High School Joint Building Committee is ready to move forward with an offer for the animal enclosure. The estimated cost is $ 100,000, according to city officials.
Students in Dover High School’s Animal Science program engage with a wide variety of farm animals, horses, and pets, depending on their website.
Classroom pets and on-site barn animals help students learn about handling, restraining, feeding and maintaining optimal animal health, the website says.
Other CTC programs will also get the finishing touches they need in their classrooms. For example, a welding sink and a hood are needed, according to city officials.
Given that the total credit for the high school project was $ 87,622,756 and the expenses totaled $ 87,332,980, the members of the joint construction committee are hoping that the $ 289,776 they have available will cover the costs of enclosure, welding sink and hood.
New fences and canoes are also needed for baseball and softball fields, according to city officials.
For more information on the Joint Construction Committee, click on here.
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