Apologizing in advance for the format disturbances from jumping legis to wordpress… Call it poetry. The Poetry of Money…
The Christina School District, with the approval of the Secretary of Education, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, and the Controller General, is authorized to transfer non-obligated major capital improvement funds from the William A. Oberle Elementary School Project (Certificate of Necessity #s CN 0333S FY 2003 & CN 09333A FY 2009) for District-wide capital improvements considered necessary for the safety and welfare of students. The funds would be used for, but not be limited to, the replacement or repair of existing bleachers and grandstands in the District’s athletic facilities as well as addressing associated accessibility issues. Residual funds, if any, would be utilized for upgrades to in the District’s three High Schools and other urgent capital improvements.
The Milford School District, with the approval of the Secretary of Education, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget and the Controller General, is authorized to transfer non-obligated major capital improvement funds from the Central Academy Project (Certificate of Necessity #0818C-D) for the construction of an animal science facility and land sciences laboratory on the Kent County Campus to be used by Central Academy and Milford High School students.
To insure that property owned by the Milford School District is used in accordance with the priorities established by the Milford School District Board of Education, no state agency or municipality shall use said district property for any type of additional access road without the approval of the Milford School District Board of Education. If the Milford School District Board of Education does not publicly endorse, by affirmative vote, the placement of an additional access road on district property, no state agency or municipality shall be authorized to condemn such district property for said use.
The Section 1 Addendum to 76 Del. Laws, c. 79 appropriates $1,600,000 to the Department of Education in planning money for the renovation of Hanby Middle School in the Brandywine School District and further authorized a local match share of $1,066,700. In light of declining enrollment and to avoid increasing operating costs, the District has decided to close the Hanby Middle School and has realigned the feeder pattern for its remaining schools. The closure of the Hanby Middle School will allow the District to forego the $13,134,014 in state share and $8,756,009 in local match share that would have been required to renovate the school. In lieu of renovating the Hanby Middle School, the Brandywine School District is hereby authorized to use the planning funds previously authorized to demolish the Hanby Middle School and for other costs associated with the District’s Space Consolidation and Grade Reconfiguration Plan approved by the Brandywine School District Board of Education on February 25, 2008. Approval is also hereby given to construct the Brandywood Elementary School, approved on C.N. # 0631B, on the site of Hanby Middle School and to complete the renovations of P.S du Pont, on C.N. # 0631C, as a Middle School.
Funding provided to the Red Clay School District for Equalization as provided for in the Fiscal Year 20122014 Annual Appropriations Act shall be contingent upon the following: (a) The lighted football field at Dickinson High School may be used at night only for Dickinson home games and Dickinson band practice; and (b) The District is required to maintain the fencing between Dickinson High School and the community of Montclare, keep the gate between the properties locked at all times (except by mutual agreement between the District and the Montclare Civic Association), and provide, maintain and replace, if necessary, the Leland Cypress trees along the fence line bordering the homes on Salem Drive.
Minor Capital Improvements. It is the intent of the General Assembly that the sum of
$10,343,800 $7,393,800 allocated in the Section 1 Addendum to this Act be used for minor capital improvements to school buildings in the following amounts. Districts must use the funds in the amounts below on projects listed on the facility assessment website hosted by the Department of Education.
Bond Bill 2014 School Breakdown This and Last Year 30% Across the Board Cuts.
Minor Capital Improvement and Equipment $ 7,393,800 (see breakdown above)….
Architectural Barrier Removal $160,000
Laurel, Construct 1,400 Student Combined HS/MS (76/24) $21,331,300
Laurel, Construct 1,200 Student Combined ES (76/24) $13,258,200
Laurel, Selected Demo/Renovate MS (76/24) $481,600
Woodbridge, Construct 700 Student HS (72/28) $15,131,500
Sussex Technical, Renovate District Office (60/40) $590,200
Sussex Technical, Renovate HS Industrial Shops (60/40) $2,049,500
Sussex Technical, HS HVAC Renovations (60/40) $810,000
Polytech, Renovation/Additions to HS (75/25) $4,409,400
Seaford, Seaford Senior HS Addition (75/25) $8,202,500
Red Clay, Renovate A.I. DuPont HS (60/40) $5,433,000
Red Clay, Renovate Cab Calloway School of the Arts (60/40) $5,313,900
Red Clay, Construct 600 Student ES (60/40) – $5,821,500
Capital, Kent County Community School (KCCS) Renovate Main Building (100% State) $1,546,462
Capital, Renovate Central Middle School KCCS (100% State) $818,822
Capital, Renovate Booker T. Washington ES KCCS (100% State) $3,273,916
Indian River, Additions and Renovations to North Georgetown ES (60/40) $954,00
Indian River, Additions and Renovations to North Georgetown ES/MS Complex (60/40) $1,179,000
Indian River, Additions and Renovations to East Millsboro ES (60/40) $858,600