WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Forty-two tables soon will be delivered for the new cafeteria being built at Waynesboro Area Senior High School, meaning students will be using it at the start of the new year.
Interior work continues on the $46 million renovation and expansion of the 48-year-old school, which last was renovated in 1989. The project officially kicked off with a groundbreaking in January 2007 and is expected to continue through late fall or early winter of 2009.
In the new auditorium, audio control panels were hung, carpet was put in place and some of the 1,600 seats have been installed.
"They're pushing for that to be open in the middle of December," said Jeff Adams, maintenance supervisor.
Although he hopes the auditorium will be completed in December, he said it is too early to have a good estimate.