During the summer, the Summit Board of Education voted on the use of modular classrooms to ease overcrowding at Franklin School. The Summit Planning Board is expected to hold a public hearing today on the installation of those units at 136 Blackburn Road.
"Two temporary classroom units will be installed at Franklin School to house art and music before the end of November," Superintendent of Schools Nathan Parker wrote in a recent letter to parents about the upcoming school year.
Capacity issues at Franklin School have come to the forefront since the spring of last year, with parents speaking out during a public hearing in April.
The Summit Planning Board meeting is scheduled for 7:30p.m. at City Hall.