The Mount Greylock Regional School building project is meeting its revised schedule and is on track to welcome students to the new middle-high school in September.

iBerkshires.com reports, Tuesday, the School Building Committee heard a confident update from the district's construction manager, Turner Construction.

The school's new kitchen remains on track to be completed on June 27. The last piece of the renovated spaces, the auditorium, will lag a little bit later than expected, shifting from Sept. 7 to Sept. 18.

The late finish in the auditorium should not affect plans to have a temporary certificate of occupancy in place for the school in time for teachers to have access to classrooms in August.

With the way clear for demolition at the old middle-high school at the end of the month, the School Building Committee set its next meeting, on July 12, for the cafeteria at Williamstown Elementary School.