With one graduation down and one to go tonight, the focus of the Enfield educational community will soon be on the planned consolidation of the town's two high schools.
Town officials plan to consolidate and high schools in 2014, at the present site of Enfield High School. The cost of renovating the existing building is estimated at $103 million, with more than 70 percent of that eligible for state reimbursement.
A referendum question asking voters to decide on funding the project is expected to be on the November ballot.
A Pre-Referendum High School Consolidation Committee has been established to work with school officials and the project architect. Last Wednesday, on Rock 102 radio to discuss the project.