TRENTON – The head of the Trenton Public Schools hopes today’s legislative committee hearing featuring Schools Development Authority chief Mark Larkins will help convince the schools construction agency to rethink why Trenton Central High School was not included in its list of projects.
“Our high school is in dire need of being replaced with a brand new school or renovated to a 21st century learning facility,” said interim schools Superintendent Raymond Broach. “This building is over 80 years old. Classrooms are woefully behind technologically. The roofs are leaking. The windows don’t close properly.”
The school is attended by more than 1,300 students, he said. The Trenton Public Schools Districts has 20 schools.