The Clinton School district will spend roughly $200,000 on summer improvements on a variety of projects across the district.
At the Tuesday night monthly meeting of the Board of Education, Assistant Superintendent Drew Goebel told the Board after an extensive amount of research, he found they typically spend around $100,000 each summer.
According to Goebel, there are several expensive projects that they are targeting, starting with replacing several poles. Fixing around a half-a-dozen poles will cost nearly $100,000 on its own.
The rest of the list is smaller projects that may not generate a lot of buzz but Goebel has been keeping track of things that need to be done and is targeting a list of things to fix.
Other projects targeted this summer include clock replacements at Clinton Junior High School, concrete work in front of the junior high school, and playground equipment at Lincoln Elementary School will be gradually replaced.
Other action from the Tuesday night meeting:
>>The Board of Education approved the acquisition of land from the Killian family
>>The Board approved administration contracts for 2021-22
>>$62,500 was transferred from the Education Fund to the debt fund to pay the annual Apple lease for district technology.