Greenville school officials present capital project
Amanda Purcell is reporting in The Daily Mail Greenville Central schools on Tue., Apr. 25, held its first public information meeting presenting its proposed $9.6 million capital project. Superintendent Tammy Sutherland and architect Philip Snyder outlined planned renovations to science labs and classrooms, agriculture and technology rooms, music rooms, the girls’ and boys’ locker rooms and athletic fields. The district plans to install a new track with a multi-use athletic field in the center, and add new baseball and softball fields, five new tennis courts and a blacktop walkway on campus to provide access to each sports field. The district will use the annual budgeted and capital reserve funds to finance the improvements, as well as issue an $8.6 million bond. District voters will decide the fate of the bond referendum, along with the district's proposed 2017-18 budget, on Tue., May 16. If approved, school officials expect construction to get underway in July 2018. Additional public information sessions will be held on May 2 and May 6. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.