MARTINSBURG, W.VA. -- Dirt will likely be moving, if it's not happening already, at a Berkeley County Schools campus near you in the coming months.
Superintendent Manny P. Arvon II told Berkeley County Board of Education members on Monday evening that he hopes to award bids for 20-room additions at Musselman High and Martinsburg North Middle schools as early as the middle of next month or early July.
Later this summer, Arvon said he would like the site work for the county's fourth high school to be under way at the Spring Mills campus where a primary school already is under construction. The primary school, the state's first "green" building, is slated to open in August 2011.
"They've started to brick the outside of that building," Arvon said.
Contractors are scheduled to meet with school officials May 26 in a prebid meeting about the 20-room additions, which Arvon said can be bid separately or as a package.