The referendum on November 5 reflects a thoughtful balance of fiscal responsibility for taxpayers, while addressing the needs of our students and facilities. This plan – developed over the past 18 months – will provide school environments that are safe, size appropriate, cost- effective and instructionally supportive.
- Move all family education, pre-school and daycare programs out of the basement to a more secure and size-appropriate environment.
- Reconfigure office/front entranceand add rear entranc e to enhance sight lines throughout the main area of the building
- Provide security vestibules at both entrances
- Redirect bus drop-off/pick-up to rear entrance to improve traffic flow
• Update student restrooms to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements
- Repurpose existing cafeteria and kitchen for kindergarten, family education, preschool and daycare programs with more space and natural lighting
- Add new kitchen and cafeteria with space for efficient food preparation, service and storage
- Expand and remodel Industrial Technology and Agriculture Education areas, including the addition of a remote greenhouse for the Agriculture Program
- Build new Science addition on east side of building to create needed classroom space and updated environments
- Add new kitchen and common areas with space for group-based learning and community events
- Remodel Art, English and Social Studies classrooms
- Add new auxiliary gymnasium and update physical education spaces
- Convert existing café to weight room
Click here to view cost estimates of the proposed solutions and conceptual drawings.