The Memorial Boulevard Intradistrict Arts Magnet School project is coming in at about $2 million under budget, according to Deputy Superintendent Michael Dietter, chairman of the project’s building committee. The city and the school board are collaborating on the project to transform the nearly century-old school an arts magnet school for grades six through 12. The state has committed to paying 60% of the cost. Dietter said the workers are now preparing to button up the building site for the winter. He also showed the board members some photos of the hazardous material mitigation process that has been going on inside the building. The school is on track to open for the 2022-23 school year. Dietter has said the building should be ready for occupancy by July or August of that year.