There are three “pillars” to the proposed district-wide capital
project: the restoration of exterior essentials such as roofs, pavement,
and playgrounds; the renovation of obsolete or outdated infrastructure
such as heating & cooling systems, communication systems, plumbing
fixtures, windows and lighting; and the rejuvenation of existing space
such as the K-2 House kitchen, 3-5 House Library, 3-5 House Art Room,
and select High School Science and Art Rooms.
A highlight of the proposed project will be the conversion of an existing
gym space into a two-level fitness center overlooking the Middle School
gym. This fitness center will include space for weight lifting equipment,
cardiovascular fitness equipment, and a wrestling/fitness studio. The
intent is to permit public access to this facility in an eff ort to promote
wellness and fitness within the community.