From the Tuscaloosa News
The Tuscaloosa City Schools held a ribbon-cutting Tuesday to celebrate renovations at Central Elementary School, 1510 Dinah Washington Ave.
Renovations on the building cost an estimated $7.2 million and included replacing the electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems, adding a new media center that will serve as the school new library in addition to revamping the inside and outside of the building.
The ribbon-cutting was part of a series of events that the system has scheduled to mark progress in its $170 million capital plan. The plan aims to modernize schools, add energy efficiency measures and implement new technology to support student learning.