Brookfield’s new school pushes start date after supply chain, material delays

Significant supply chain delays for the school construction project have led officials to push back the date students will arrive in their new classrooms. The project, which was previously running on schedule, is now at least three to four months delayed after officials learned that essential roofing material expected to arrive in November is now estimated to be delivered around February, according to Board of Education chair Rosa Fernandes. So instead of moving all students over to the new $78.1 million, nearly 139,000-square-foot elementary school midway through the next school year, officials are hoping to get everyone moved into the buildings for the start of the 2023-24 school year.

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