VIDEO: Project 2021 Plans for Skaneateles High
SKANEATELES, NY (September 18, 2017) – With students once again in the halls of Skaneateles High School, Skaneateles Central School District administration continues to move ahead with plans for Project 2021, a district wide construction project which will be voted on Tuesday, November 14.
This week the district unveiled a more detailed look inside plans for Skaneateles High School in both video and graphic form, with each format available for viewing at www.skanschools.org.
A direct link to the Project 2021 high school video can be found at www.skanschools.org/districtpage.cfm?pageid=933.
Plans for the high school revolve around safety and security, improving aging infrastructure, energy and efficiency, as well as program enhancements.
Skaneateles Central School District Superintendent, Ken Slentz, emphasized that the majority of the work to be done at the high school is focused on building essentials.
“The high school is the second biggest portion of the overall project,” said Slentz. “Across the district, the majority of the project is really focused on the infrastructure and the maintenance of key systems within each building. While we have made improvements to the high school in recent years, there are a number of areas including our deteriorating 1986 windows and portions of the roof that need to be replaced. We have an inefficient building in general.”
Next week, Skaneateles Central Schools will provide further imaging and details on Project 2021 plans for Skaneateles Middle School.
More detailed information on Project 2021 can be found within the Project 2021 Quick Link at www.skanschools.org.
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