The Finance and Facilities Committee has been working for months to find out what each of the district’s elementary schools need – and to narrow those down to the most crucial projects. In all, about $11.6 million of the grant would go towards these proposed projects.
These run the gamut from creation of a pre-kindergarten and early childhood education center, to secured entrances to some of the older elementary buildings.
The timeline is meant to give the school board a framework, and was not intended to be a formal proposal; each of the projects would have to be discussed and voted on individually. Most of them would be done during the 2014-2015 school year.