The Huntington Board of Education Monday night discussed what to do about modular classrooms installed at Woodhull Intermediate School in 2010.
As previously reported in Patch, the four-classroom complex, put in place by the board to free up space in the main building, was funded by a transfer of capital line that year with a three-year lease cost of approximately $350,000, including a removal cost.
Among the options presented to the board by Schools Superintendent James W. Polansky were renewed use of the structure, at a cost of around $125,000; removal of the structures, at a cost of $52,000; or buy the structures, at a cost of approximately $325,000. The removal cost was built into the original estimate in 2010.
The board has up until 90 days before the end of the school year to make a decision.