Maintenance, technology proposals heard by Ellsworth School BoardMaintenance and technology projects for the 2012-13 term were proposed at the Ellsworth School Board meeting Monday.
By: Bill Kirk, Pierce County Herald
Maintenance and technology projects for the 2012-13 term were proposed at the Ellsworth School Board meeting Monday.
As presented by Superintendent Barry Cain, the maintenance proposals and their estimated costs are: roofing on a section of the high school, $20,000; asphalt on the high school lower lot, $5,000, front lot, $357, and at Hillcrest Elementary, $6,000-$8,000; bus garage overhead doors, $5,400, and maintenance mower replacement, $7,000; pool door replacement, $2,889; Hillcrest lighting in gym, $3,000, concrete pad, $1,036, and sidewalk repair, $1,430; Prairie View Elementary parking lot, $500, floor scrubber replacement, $3,600, and heating system, $4,500; Lindgren asbestos abatement, $6,000, and sidewalk, $538; middle school door openers, $7,000, and window and sill replacement, $3,000; high school domestic hot water system, $10,000, and outside visitor bleacher removal, cost to be determined; and other projects including elementary desk replacement, $30,000-$40,000, radio system upgrade, $35,000, and elementary computer labs, cost to be determined.
The total estimated cost for the maintenance projects is placed at between $150,000 and $170,000.
Read more in the print version of the Herald May 16.