Windsor-Severance school board met to decide on schedule for bond improvement projects
November 26, 2016
Superintendent Dan Seegmiller said getting bond issues 3B and 3C passed by voters was only the beginning of work for the district.
"There's still a lot more planning and a lot more work to be done," he said Tuesday.
The Windsor-Severance school board met Monday to approve a schedule for construction and improvement projects funded by the bond. The schedule will be released next week at http://www.weldre4.org/bond.
Ballot issues 3B and 3C, which were approved by voters this month, are a $104.8 million bond and a $3.6 million mill levy override. About $55 million will go toward constructing a second high school northeast of Severance Middle School and about $30 million will go to renovations and improvements at Windsor High School.
“Renovations at Windsor High School will be the most tricky to schedule.Dan Seegmiller Superintendent
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It's the renovations at Windsor High School, Seegmiller said will be the most tricky to schedule.
The design and programming step of improving Windsor High School has already started with planning. Construction will begin the summer of 2017, and officials predict will take a little more than 66 weeks.
"It is imperative that we don't disrupt classroom time as we make improvements," Seegmiller said.