Aging Facility Projects

Research has shown us that students learn best in high quality educational environments. The district is fortunate to have a community that has provided it with the ability to build outstanding school buildings to provide a place for our students to learn and grow. But with more than half of the district’s buildings more than 20 years old, maintaining those facilities can be a challenge. It is the goal of the district to use taxpayer dollars wisely, and making vital updates to district buildings is an important way of doing that.

Some of these important improvements include upgrading and replacing aged HVAC systems, taking care of exterior needs including masonry and replacement of aged windows and doors, replacing aged lighting fixtures, ceilings, and improving specialized instructional space.