About the Proposed 2018 Capital Project

Voters of the Clinton Central School District are being asked to vote on a $18,600,000 capital project on Wednesday, December 14, 2016. If approved by voters, the project would address safety and security concerns, modern learning spaces and create operational energy efficiencies.
 
The district is projecting that state building aid would pay for approximately 87 percent of the project, which would result in NO IMPACT TO THE TAXPAYERS.
 
Highlights of the proposed project include:
 
Middle/High School
  • Security upgrades at the main entrance
  • Additional cameras
  • Entry door access control hardware
  • Removal of vinyl asbestos floor tile
  • Improved infrastructure
  • Telecommunications upgrades
  • Wireless access points
  • Public address system
  • Window replacement
  • Lighting upgrades to LED
  • Mechanical and plumbing improvements
  • Top-Dress athletic fields
  • Upgrade MS classroom finishes
  • Electrical distribution upgrades
  • Generator upgrades
  • MS office reconfiguration
  • Upgrade Home & Careers suite
  • Upgrade MS Technology room
  • HS Office & Guidance suite reconfiguration

Elementary School

  • Secure entry vestibule
  • Additional cameras
  • Entry door access control hardware
  • Removal of vinyl asbestos floor tile
  • Telecommunications upgrades
  • Wireless access points
  • Public address system
  • Lighting upgrades to LED
  • Mechanical and plumbing improvements
  • Upgrade classroom finishes
  • Electrical distribution upgrades
  • Office and new entry vestibule
  • Art suite relocation
  • Music suite reconfiguration
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