Four public schools in Portsmouth are in need of immediate repairs that will cost almost $2 million dollars. According to the Daily News, a study has identified more than $17.5 million in work needed as long term projects for the continued functioning of the four buildings. Most of that work is not deemed critical. Topping the critical list are the bleachers at the high school used for the visiting team. They have been found to be structurally unsafe. The cost to replace them has been estimated at $31,000. The report is scheduled for discussion at tonight’s School Committee meeting. That meeting will be held at 6 in the Town Hall.