How will students be kept safe during construction?
Student safety will be treated as the highest priority. Construction activities should never create any hazard for the surrounding community members. The separation of construction operations from campus activities is paramount for everyone's safety. Protection will be in place to isolate students and the general public from all construction areas.

Enfield High School administration will provide regular communications to students regarding expectations during construction, changes in transportation routes, areas of access, impact of staging, and other pertinent information. Parents will receive similar communications via the website and at Parent Advisory Council meetings.

Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks and drug screening will be mandatory for all workers by the school administration prior to their access to the site with the results issued to the school superintendent. All workers will have a project-issued security badge or a hard hat sticker authorizing access to the site.

Additionally, all trade contractors will be required to participate in a safety orientation when they report to work. It will include a review of procedures for working near the existing school operations, appropriate attire and behavior, parking restrictions, and break areas.

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1. What will happen with Fermi High School once it is closed?
2. How will students be kept safe during construction?
3. My student is interested in going into a trade after graduation. Will there be any opportunity for students to follow the construction process while it is in progress?
4. What will be the impact to parking?