Capital Improvement Projects

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Capital Improvement Projects


Over the past several years, the District has created several long-range financial goals which included building reserves to fund capital improvement projects District-wide. A five-year capital improvement plan has been created that will update and expand facilities impacting each student. Planned improvements include the following:

  • Conant High School’s main office was remodeled to provide enhanced support service teams by uniting student services and administration in one central location for convenient student access.

    Students utilize the new student services area at Conant High School. The main office areas at CHS were renovated during the summer of 2014.

  • Renovation and expansion of all swimming pools to grant greater accessibility to students and community organizations while also meeting IHSA competitive standards. The first renovation began at Conant High School during the summer of 2014 and is scheduled for completion by mid-March 2015.
    Pool renovation currently underway at Conant High School.

    Pool renovations are currently underway at Conant High School.

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  • Relocation of several alternative and special education groups into a central location for combined resources and greater access to facilities. The Board of Education approved a lease and renovations to a building at 1030 W. Higgins Road, and work has begun on this project scheduled for opening in the fall of 2015.
  • Updated media centers to assist with the transition of learning common spaces into the 21st-century learning environments.

    Architect’s drawing of planned renovations to the Schamumburg High School media center.

  • Expanded wireless access service throughout the District for improved communication, safety, and support for One-to-One iPad devices
  • Updated auditoriums with heightened lighting and sound which allows for enhanced performances and increased usability by academic and extracurricular groups
  • Updated athletic fields with improved grading, drainage, and safety features allowing expanded competition and physical education usage throughout the school year


Other pages in the Financial Vision section of the Annual Report

Capital Improvement Projects     Energy Management     Food Service     Transportation


Annual Report 2013-2014 Table of Contents

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