• Project History and Scope

    In February 2017, voters approved a capital project for NRW schools that would have no impact on school taxes. In early 2018, the bids for the project came back higher than initially anticipated, due to an increase in the construction cost index and other unpredictable factors. To move forward with the project, district taxpayers voted to approve the maximum estimated cost of the project by $4,505,000, which covers all expenses associated with phase one of the capital project. The voters also approved the utilization of $2 million of the Capital Reserve. The remaining $2.5 million to cover the costs will come from state aid. This addition to the original capital project will have no impact on the tax levy.

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Elementary School

    • Cafetorium Addition – 2,000 sq. ft. addition to cafeteria
    • Kitchen renovation
    • Media Center renovation
    • Replacement of corridor carpet with hard surface flooring
    • Addition of a secure entrance
    • Roof replacement, 63,000 sq. ft.
    • Add emergency lighting as per code
    • Emergency generator replacement
    • Fire alarm replacement
    • PA system replacement
    • Miscellaneous electrical updates as per code
    • Reconfiguration of bus loop to separate buses and car traffic
    • Addition of parking spaces

Middle School

    • Complete renovation of all instructional spaces – recreating, resizing of all classroom space
    • Corridor renovation
    • Replacement of all existing lighting
    • Auditorium sound, lighting and seating
    • Auditorium paint, acoustics and stage rigging
    • Gymnasium paint, wall pads, acoustics and equipment
    • Roof replacement, 30,000 sq. ft.
    • Window replacement, exterior shell
    • Air conditioning throughout building
    • Addition of a secure entrance
    • Library and media center equipment
    • Reconfiguration of bus loop
    • Temporary classroom rental
    • Building asbestos abatement

    The extensive reconstruction and asbestos abatement at Leavenworth requires the building be unoccupied for a period of approximately 18-24 months. During this time, 7th and 8th grade students will be temporarily housed at the high school while the 5th and 6th grade students will be housed in temporary classroom spaces at the elementary school.

High School

    • Roof replacement 37,000 sq. ft.
    • Replacement of exterior windows and select exterior doors
    • Replacement of corridor doors as per code, 25 sets
    • Student locker room renovation
    • Replacement and addition of emergency lighting as per code
    • Miscellaneous electrical updates as per code
    • Addition of smoke detectors/pull stations and strobes as per code
    • PA system replacement
    • ADA access to soccer field
    • ADA access to softball field
    • Replacement of selected cracked sidewalk panels and storm manholes
    • Replacement of lighting on soccer field

Bus Garage

    • Installation of a new oil/water separator as per code