Driving past the South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind you might have seen some construction — but what’s going on behind the gate?
Right now there’s just demolition of old buildings underway. The school is getting rid of outdated and unused buildings on its campus that are “no longer conducive to a healthy, learning environment,” the school’s public relations director Katie Rice said in an email to the Herald-Journal and GoUpstate.
But the demolition is making space for something new. A new classroom and dormitory space are in the school’s future, Rice said, as part of a master plan created by McMillan Pazdan Smith.
Donnie Love with McMillan Pazdan Smith is heading the project but said there’s no clear timeline for the construction of the new classroom and dormitory, pointing out how the school has to go through the state legislature to get