Carson School administrators review capital improvement plan
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The school’s ability to move forward with renovations and refreshes recently underwent some readjustments after $5 million was earmarked for the district’s potential purchase of the 1600 Snyder Ave property. . has been released for such expenditure.
The property was sold to other interested buyers, allowing SDCC to consider district-wide cycles in asphalt, roofing and school refresh projects, according to the Director of Operations Services, Mark Korinek.
Korinek noted council-specific projects during his budget hearing, saying the $100,000 overall projects on parking lots, roofs and interiors, including partitions, countertops and tile cleaning, are helping to keep schools clean.
Schools such as Seeliger Elementary will get new TV monitors in their classrooms and have installed smartboards in place of chalkboards.
Bordewich Bray toilets are overused so will need to be refurbished to reroute traffic. Special education rooms in the school’s autism classroom, Korinek said, are no longer adequate, and changes will allow it to provide more space in its standard classrooms for a total of 200,000. $.
Carson High School needs re-roofing and phase two of its boys’ and girls’ locker rooms needs some upgrades, costing $500,000 and $575,000 each for roof coverings.
The district’s transportation department also needs a $100,000 renovation to its mechanical shop and service bay, he said.
Korinek said that while there is more than $6.5 million in excess, including the $5 million originally saved on the property at 1600 Snyder Ave., it’s possible the committee will return. to change the scope or timing of these or potentially consolidate roofing needs into a larger undertaking. The conversation will continue in the fall, he said.