Leading the Bulletin on a tour through the Bethany Community School buildings, Superintendent Domenic Vita is reminiscent of a parent whose rapidly growing teenager keeps bursting out of recently purchased clothing.
Vita has utilized every inch of available school space in the buildings renovated just a few years ago. He has, so to speak, lengthened hems and let out waistlines: a vestibule, the original entrance to the main building, has a pocket office for the curriculum coordinator and a secretary partitioned into it. The gymnasium has been divided into two so that two physical education classes can utilize it at once. The rotunda, which used to hold all the lower classes for assemblies, now has two classrooms cut out of its space.