CIP - Education

CIP - Education

The Education portion of the proposed CIP totals $2,493,000 in FY2022. More information about the first year requests can be found below. Refer to the CIP book for FY2022-27 for a complete list of proposed projects for fiscal years 2023 through 2027.

Transfer to Capital Reserve - Curriculum

Transfer of funds from the operating budget into reserve account for payment of future large curriculum upgrade projects. This reserve fund will be used in conjunction with the annual curriculum funding in the general operating budget to ensure adequate funding is available for curriculum upgrades without having large increases in tax rates.

Cost: $50,000

Transfer to Capital Reserve - Facilities

Transfer of funds from the operating budget into the existing School Facility reserve account for payment of future facility upgrade/improvement projects. This reserve fund will be used to ensure adequate funding is available for school facility upgrades without having large increases in tax rates.

Cost: $150,000

Transfer to Capital Reserve - Information Technology

Transfer of funds from the operating budget into the School Information Technology reserve account for payment of future IT upgrade/improvement projects. This reserve fund will be used to ensure adequate funding is available for school facility upgrades without having large increases in tax rates.

Cost: $20,000

Transfer to Capital Reserve - Athletics

Transfer of funds from the operating budget into the School Athletics reserve account to fund future athletic upgrades, improvements and any replacement and/or repair projects.

Cost: $20,000

Curriculum Replacement and Upgrade

Planned curriculum review and upgrade per Curriculum Cycle. Expenditures from this account ensure that adequate funding is available for curriculum upgrades without having large increases in tax rates. 

Cost: $450,000

Facilities/School Maintenance and Repairs

Maintenance and repairs to include:

  • Mechanical and ventilation systems to include, but not limited to plumbing and electrical upgrades
  • Roof and insulation
  • Window replacement
  • Life safety
  • Paving and striping
  • Replacement and expansion of bathrooms
  • Remodeling and enlarging of classrooms to state standards
  • Improvement to grounds
  • Energy efficiency upgrades.

Cost: $100,000

Furniture Replacement

Replacement of classroom furniture.

Cost: $25,000

Information Technology Replacement and Upgrade

Information Technology replacements and upgrades to include:

  • Infrastructure improvements, including replacement of servers, routers and switches
  • Annual Replacement of hardware (desktops, Laptops, iPads, Chromebooks, etc) on a 5-year lifespan cycle
  • Replacement of print solutions and other related hardware
  • Large scale replacement of software programs.

Cost: $480,000

Middle School Locker Relocation

This project would relocate existing lockers to the hallways of three wings at Dover Middle School to create an open-concept student learning workspace.

Cost: $42,000

Middle School Air Conditioning/Dehumidification System

This project will purchase and install an air conditioning/dehumidification system at Dover Middle School.

Cost: $546,000

Middle School Roof Replacement

This project will remove and replace 65,000 square feet of 20-year old asphalt architectural shingles at Dover Middle School. It will also include adding a new layer of EPDM (ethylene propylene diene terpolymer) on 52,000 square feet of the roof.

Cost: $560,000

Facilities Space Needs Study

This project will develop long-term needs and usage plan for District facilities. The District will contract a consultant to conduct a comprehensive facilities space/needs study that will include city growth projections and the potential impact on schools. It will also have recommendations for building modifications, additions, and possible new facilities, as well as evaluation of shifting attendance areas and/or changes in grade alignments for the current schools.

Cost: $50,000