Clyde-Savannah Central School District recently detailed its proposed school improvement project that will be up for a vote from noon to 9 p.m. May 16 at Clyde-Savannah High School, 215 Glasgow St., Clyde.
The plan focuses on physical education; education; music; science, technology, engineering, arts and math; and community wellness facilities. Buildings impacted include Clyde-Savannah Elementary School, CSHS, Bus Garage and Field House.
The proposed capital improvements will have zero impact on taxpayers due state aid estimated at 89.2 percent, low interest rates, a buyer’s market for construction bids and savings in the district’s voter-approved Capital Reserve Fund.
At CSES, the project includes a gymnasium addition, an additional pre-kindergarten classroom and library, kitchen and serving and instrumental music renovations. The playground will be relocated, and an access drive for the fire department will be added.
Safety and security measures will include a secured entrance, hardware replacement, handicapped access to the stage area and bathroom renovations. The project will replace the boiler; heating, venting and air conditioning; and the water heater along with life safety system improvements.
Improvements at the garage include roof replacement, new exterior wall cladding, bus life replacement, bollards installed at overhead doors, oil water separator replacement, life safety improvements, pavement replacement and expansion, adding a security fence around the site, exterior lighting and block heaters for all buses.
At CSHS, the project includes corridor locker replacement, gym floor replacement and refinishing, STEAM classroom additions and renovations, fitness center renovation, kitchen and cafeteria addition and renovation and masonry restoration. A pool addition and renovation will feature a new six-lane, regulation-sized pool with diving well, locker rooms, a new filter room, equipment storage and spectator seating.
Safety and security measures will include loading dock replacement, handicapped accessibility improvements and door hardware replacement. Mechanical and electrical improvements will affect mechanical system controls, air conditioning in the computer lab, water heater replacement and life safety system improvements.
Field House projects will involve new counters at concessions, handicapped accessibility improvements, ticket booth replacement and safety and security improvements.
Clyde-Savannah residents ages 18 and older are eligible to vote with valid proof of residence.
For information, visit clydesavannah.org.