The fields used by hundreds of students each day are in rough shape, getting worse

May 15 proposal would replace roofs, update the auditoriums, install a synthetic field and upgrade grass fields While the May 15 capital project vote includes upgrading the middle and high school auditoriums as well as replacing the high school roof, $2.2 million of the roughly $14 million proposal will be to upgrade two natural grass …

Capital project – May 15, 2018

Here are stories and information regarding the capital project scheduled for a community vote on May 15, 2018. Also, please check out the documents in the sidebar on the left. Synthetic turf bid accepted by the Board of Education – April 8, 2019 Architects update Board of Education on progress of capital project; work on …

Capital project moving forward; BOE needs to trim proposal

Superintendent Susan Swartz continued the discussion of a potential capital project last night to the Board of Education and showed an outline that she admits was about $10 million more than the district should consider on May 16. Here’s the presentation she made at the meeting. The plan, which reflects what the BOE had been discussing …

NEWSLETTER STORY: Fields, auditorium proposal going to the voters May 15

NEWSLETTER STORY The Board of Education’s top goal for the 2017-18 school year is to bring a project to the community that includes upgrading athletic fields,both auditoriums and the building roofs. Superintendent Susan Swartz presented an outline of potential costs to the board on Sept. 25 that totaled $13.4 million – including $1.8 million for …

Turf Field program brings small crowd

SMALL CROWD HEARS ABOUT ARTIFICIAL TURF, FIELDS OPTIONS Crowd supports move toward artificial, synthetic field to replace current football field Athletic Director Jamie Rockhill opened the Fields Forum (June 15, 2017) with a short discussion outlining the process that led to the field study presented to the Board of Education in January and to the …

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