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South Barber School Board to replace HVAC units at high school with ESSER III money


There's constant complaining at the building that houses South Barber junior and senior high school. Students and teachers are either hot or cold. Principal Brent Shaffer said the system really affects six classrooms that are on an antiquated old software program. It's hard, basically impossible to regulate heating and cooling in those classrooms.

“It's outlived its usefulness. A new system will help us to better regulate the classrooms,” Shaffer said. He added that it can be 80 degrees outside and the heat kicks on. Just as frustrating is it can be snowing outside and the air conditio...

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