Fox Point-Bayside School District officials are considering locker replacements, roof work and painting among the capital projects for the 2009-10 school year.
Administrators presented a list of proposed capital improvement projects totaling $64,728 at a Finance and Facilities Committee meeting Feb. 6.
Work is planned at Stormonth Elementary and Bayside Middle schools and the district-owned Dunwood Center.
Committee members recommended approval of the projects to the School Board, which will make a final decision Monday, Feb. 16.
District Administrator Gary Petersen said the expenses will be built into the district's proposed budget. He said most of the work will take place this summer.
"We want to hit the ground running and start working on these right away," Petersen said.
The most expensive item on the proposed list is the locker replacements at Bayside Middle School; that item is expected to cost $26,925.
Petersen said plans call for removing all elements of the old, aging lockers and installing new ones.
Most of the other capital improvement items are routine maintenance. Roof work, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning enhancements and parking lot resealing are planned at all three facilities.
At the Dunwood Center, several cosmetic changes are planned to portions of the building, including painting and new carpeting and tiles.
- Dave Fidlin, Staff Writer
WHAT: The Fox Point-Bayside School Board will act on proposed capital improvements for 2009-10.
WHEN: 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 16
WHERE: Stormonth Elementary School, 7301 N. Longacre Road, Fox Point
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