Several building improvements on the horizon for Dublin City Schools in 2022

Dublin Coffman High School principal Matthew Perill is pictured at the high school Dec. 15. As one of its projects in 2022, Dublin City Schools will spend about $15 million on restoring the “building envelope” of Coffman, including repairing or replacing bricks and windows and other exterior improvements, according to Jeff Stark, chief operating officer for Dublin City Schools.

In 2022, Dublin City Schools administrators said they would focused on a number of initiatives, including academic curriculum and building improvements, designed to enhance the quality of the district.

Among the most obvious will be the construction of 12 modular classrooms at Dublin Jerome High School, 8300 Hyland-Croy Road.

“We hope to start moving dirt in January,” after the district finalizes building permits, said Jeff Stark, chief operating officer for Dublin City Schools.

The 12 classrooms will be constructed adjacent to, but not attached to, eight modular buildings at Jerome.

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The budget for the project is $1.5 million, Stark said.

The classrooms will open in August for the start of the 2022-23 school year.

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