This past summer, the Cuero Intermediate School underwent some major renovations. Renovations included HVAC upgrades, restroom renovations, asbestos removal, ceiling grid replacement and new flooring.
“All teachers had to completely empty their classrooms at the end of school in May, and put everything into storage until the week before school in August when the renovations were complete,” said Cuero ISD district library coordinator Cat Haley. “This meant the library had to be boxed up and moved into storage, too.”
The total number of books in the CIS library is 8,903. It took CIS library manager Glenda Gregorcyk 21 days to pack 278 boxes.
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