Chebeague Island celebrated the grand opening April 22 of its newly renovated school, which was built in 1953 and serves 22 students in pre-kindergarten to fifth grade. Superintendent Mike Pulsifer said the $1.6 million project fixed a leaky roof and made the school compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, among other improvements. Pulsifer said the building is now also “super energy-efficient” and includes new multipurpose rooms, as well as new administrative office space.

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