Capital Project Proposal Overview

On March 30, 2017, the Board of Education voted to reduce the scope of the Capital Project from $196.4 million dollars to $106.3 million dollars.  The community will vote on the revised Capital Project on May 16, 2017.  The revised project includes security upgrades to all buildings K--12, addition and renovation work necessary for the conversion of the 7--8 junior high school to a 6--8 middle school, additional classroom space at Boght Hills, additional music classrooms and special education classrooms throughout the elementary buildings, enhanced library/media centers at all elementary schools, science and technology labs at all elementary schools,  as well as site and field work on the Shaker High School/Shaker Junior High School campus.  

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