‘Memory Lane’ Walk-Throughs Scheduled for Taconic High School
For those who wanted to get one last peek of the old Taconic High School, you will have the opportunity soon enough.
According to Pittsfield Superintendent Jake McCandless, walk-throughs will be open to the community Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. These were scheduled due to "popular demand."
"Ms. Gans will be available both days to provide expert insight on the current building, and I will be on hand to speak with visitors about the new Taconic High School," McCandless said.
"These walk-throughs are to give members and friends of the Taconic Family and Taconic Community from the last 50 years a chance to see the place that they knew and loved before it gives way to new playing fields for the next generation of the Taconic Family."
McCandless hopes that the community will come for a bit of nostalgia, and a farewell, before the new Taconic High School officially opens it doors.
"We look forward to welcoming alumni and friends from the past several decades to this informal, self-guided trip down memory lane before the City's newest school opens," said McCandless.