Bay Village Schools dedicate new building additions, playground

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  • The 3,500-square-foot library media center at Westerly Elementary school. Photo by Denny Wendell

  • Bay Village Board of Education members (right) President Bob Piccirilli, Gayatry Jacob-Mosier, Vice President Amy Huntley, Bill Selong and Michael Caputo join with Superintendent Clint Keener (center) and others who cut the dedication ribbon for Westerly Elementary’s new Library Media Center. Included in ribbon-cutting honors were district Treasurer Kevin Robertson, Westerly Principal Josie Sanfilippo, Jason Calvey and Scott Wagner of Regency Construction Services, Mike Kotansky of ADA Architects, and Bay Schools staff members Kevin Egan, Lindsey Harris, Jack Heider, Sue Ondrejovich, and Michael Streets. Westerly PTA president Robin Lucak and student representatives also participated. (Assistant Superintendent of Operations Daryl Stumph was honored, but not available for ceremony.) Photo by Denny Wendell

  • Superintendent Clint Keener, middle, stands with Bay Village Kiwanians Jim Potter and Foster McMasters in front of the new playground Kiwanis helped fund. Photo by Denny Wendell

  • Bay Village Board of Education members (right) Michael Caputo, Vice President Amy Huntley, Gayatry Jacob-Mosier, President Bob Piccirilli, Bill Selong and Michael Caputo join Normandy Principal Dan Sebring (center) and others who cut the dedication ribbon for Normandy Elementary’s new classroom wing and playground. Included in ribbon-cutting honors were district Treasurer Kevin Robertson, Superintendent Clint Keener, Jason Calvey and Scott Wagner of Regency Construction Services, Mike Kotansky of ADA Architects, and Bay Schools staff members Sue Ondrejovich, Martin Ondrejovich, Dave Newsome and Rich Toth. Also serving as ribbon-cutters were Normandy PTA President Ashley Florez, Bay Village Kiwanis members Jim Potter and Foster McMasters, and student representatives. (Assistant Superintendent of Operations Daryl Stumph was honored, but not available for ceremony.) Photo by Denny Wendell

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