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Photos: Final touches put on Kerr Elementary

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Palumbo Construction does the finishing landscaping including accenting the main entrance island with Chesapeake Shorestone for the opening day at Kerr Elementary.
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Director of Ancillary Services for Fox Chapel School District Daniel Breithkreutz looks over the new Kerr Elementary blueprints along with construction site manager Ken Kramer.
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One of 24 new classrooms with window views at the new Kerr Elementary School.
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Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Crews work on final upgrades including all new glass doors throughout the Kerr Elementary school.

Palumbo Construction is making the final upgrades to the new Kerr Elementary School on Kittanning Pike in O’Hara.

Students will be welcomed Aug. 22 for the start of the school year at Fox Chapel Area School District.

The $21 million building includes all new designs with a SMALLab learning space shared in an open area with the makerspace and a computer science robotics lab.

The 408 students will have free breakfast and lunch for the next two years from a grant.

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