Come September, students will be attending classes at Hurón High School and Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School. Sooren Gozmanian, plannerexpediter for the Ann Arbor Public Schools, again made this promise yesterday to the Board of Education, as he had done for the past several months. At Huron High, the classroom and administrative units are "virtually complete," Gozmanian said. Huron principal Paul Meyers and assistant principal Albert Gallup, along with their staffs, are expected to move into the new school next Wednesday. The gymnasium is expected to be completed by the end of July, and the swimming pool should be filled by the first part of August, Gozmanian said. The "biggest bugaboo" now is the auditorium at Huron, according to the planner-expediter. He conceded that the schedule there is "close," and said the lighting of the stage area in the auditorium may have to be completed after school starts. But Gozmanian stressed that this possible delay would have no effect whatsoever on opening the school in September. At King School, the paving the parking lot is the only major task left to be accomplished. Principal Rachel Schreiber will move to her new offices at the school next week.
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