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District 211 Presents Facilities and Capital Improvement Plans to Board of Education

The High School District 211 administration presented its plans for long-range capital improvement projects through the next five years, as well as required Life Safety work and maintenance schedules. Several facility and capital improvement projects are outlined for the next five school years and were presented to the Board of Education at its meeting on March 20. Although the Board has seen proposals in the past for some of the projects, such as swimming pool renovations, improvements and plans also were introduced for future consideration by the Board. The District is currently in a strong financial position, and has worked to build reserves ...

District 211 Announces Pool, Office Renovations as part of Capital Outlay Improvements

Township High School District 211 announced its plans for long-range capital outlay and improvement projects throughout the next several years. Five prioritized projects are outlined for the next five school years and were presented to the Board of Education at its meeting on April 11. The projects, which correlate with educational goals, building utilization, and site improvement and maintenance schedules, are projected to total $34.6 million through the 2017-2018 school years. “As a District, we are very strategic in setting direction for these projects,” said Dave Torres, associate superintendent for business as District 211. “We ...

The Purpose of Required Life Safety Work in District 211

District 211 facilities and buildings are required to maintain State Board of Education regulations within the School Building Code and the Health Life Safety Code, in addition to occupational safety standards of the Illinois Department of Labor. These codes are maintained and regulated through Life safety projects. Township High School District 211 is continuing work on its Life Safety Projects in accordance with these codes. The first projects were completed in 2011, with the remaining work projected to be completed in 2016. The proposed total of projects for District 211’s facilities is $26 million to be paid over a course of eight ...