The public can get an inside look at the place where Watertown High School students will call home for the next three years.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the Watertown High School at Pvt. First Class Moxley Field on Thursday, Aug. 31 at 4:30 p.m.
“The public is welcome and invited to see what beautiful work has been done there for our temporary high school,” City Council President Mark Sideris said. “It’s very nice.”
The entrance is located on Westminster Avenue, near Main Street, and the temporary campus is located across Bemis Street from Watertown Middle School. Students and staff will also be using facilities in the bottom floor of the middle school, as well as the Watertown Boys & Girls Club for physical education. See more here: