No Tax Impact to the Community
The Capital Project Vote is on December 14, 2023, from noon-8:30 p.m. in the Auditorium Foyer.
The proposed renovations and improvements to our physical plant are just that, normal upkeep and repair. We are good stewards of the resources given to us, and keeping the buildings and grounds in good working order, while remaining fiscally ethical, is a responsibility we take seriously. There will be no additional cost to our community of taxpayers.
This proposed Capital Project will include:
- A new synthetic track with a natural grass regulation soccer field in the middle and better drainage added for the site. This enables the school to host home track meets for the first time in more than a decade, and the track can be used by the community.
- Entrances for both school buildings renovated to improve security and safety.
- Demolition of the wing affectionately known as the “metal building” with replacement on the same footprint of four new classrooms. The metal building has outlived its expiration date, and it is not cost-effective to renovate.
- Replacement of the roof in the areas that were not part of the emergency roof projects. Heating and cooling (HVAC) improvements will be made.
There will be no tax impact to district residents as the Capital Project is funded by building aid from the state and capital reserve funds.
Don’t forget to vote on December 14, 2023, from noon to 8:30 p.m. in the Auditorium Foyer.