Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Thursday for two newly renovated city schools.
Superintendent Bolgen Vargas, along with other city leaders celebrated the re-opening of School 17 on Orchard Street. Students helped cut the ribbon.
School 17 will be one of the City Schools with extended hours, with the school day running from 9 to 5 for all students.
On Seneca Avenue, leaders cut the ribbon on newly renovated School 50.
In addition to the official re-opening of the school, administrators announced that the auditorium would be named after Tim Mains.
Mains, a longtime city school principal is leaving the district to become of the superintendent of the Jamestown Public School District.