DeLand-Weldon schools are hoping to take advantage of an influx in cash and start to address some areas of need within its campus.
First-year Superintendent Dr. Michael Tresnak explains the district was able to take care of a few things over the summer - mainly accessibility improvements - thanks to the COVID money.
According to Dr. Tresnak, they will look to improve the efficiency of the building through a couple of efforts.
Dr. Tresnak credits the administrators before him for keeping the facilities in excellent condition. If you've driven by the campus on Route 10 heading east out of DeWitt County, you've likely noticed the parking lot has been re-paved in the last few years and they've added excellent lighting to the parking lot.
Being the Superintendent of DeLand-Weldon Schools is Dr. Tresnak's first superintendency position but points out, that as an administrator in other districts, he felt compelled to keep up on those facilities, so facilities attention and maintenance are not anything new for him.