CHESHIRE — Adams-Cheshire Regional School District Superintendent Robert Putnam led a collection of Adams and Cheshire officials on a tour of the district’s three school buildings, highlighting the conditions of each and discussing repercussions of grade reconfigurations.
Tours of all three schools come after the Edward J. Collins, Jr. Center for Public Management made recommendations, on Feb. 8, to save the district money and lasso its problems en masse. The Collins Center made eight “space use alternatives,” a few of which suggested closing either C.T. Plunkett Elementary School – in Adams – or closing Cheshire Elementary School and consolidating the left over grades.
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