Natick, Mass., may try for new high school

Feb. 28, 2008
April town meeting will decide if the time is right

The roof leaks. The library lacks modern technology, and the science labs are inadequate. And every day the original, 54-year-old boiler works properly, the custodian says a prayer of thanks. So is it time for a new Natick (Mass.) High School? The Massachusetts School Building Authority has chosen Natick as one of 49 districts to potentially warrant a new school, and voters will be asked at the April 8 Town Meeting to authorize spending $250,000 on a feasibility study about whether such a plan makes sense.

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