HPS Breaks Ground on the Aquatic Center!

HPS Breaks Ground on the Aquatic Center!
Posted on 12/13/2019

On December 12th, Hicksville Public School District broke ground to begin construction on its new Aquatic Center located at Hicksville High School. The project is part of the 2017 Bond Vote that will allow the District to create 21st century programs and facilities. The Aquatic Center will add instructional opportunities and extracurricular activities for our students and connect the school to our community by offering open swim times for senior citizen residents. The Center will be comprised of a 6-lane, 25-meter indoor swimming pool, locker facilities for student-athletes, and a lobby for guests. Additional parking and traffic flow improvements will be made to facilitate accessibility.

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Golden shovels and hard hats were given to the District’s leaders as they officially broke ground (left to right): Board Trustees Linda Imbriale and Sunita Manjrekar, Board President Phil Heckler, Superintendent of Schools Marianne Litzman, Board Trustee Kevin Carroll, Director of Athletics Matthew Calarco, Hicksville High School Assistant Principal Tim Sweeney, and Director of Facilities Dave Bell.