Cornwall-Lebanon approves $426K roofing project, other smaller building improvement projects | Community News


The Cornwall-Lebanon School Board approved building improvement projects funded by the district’s Capital Reserve Fund during its March 20 meeting.

The Board approved Gable & Son Construction Roofing & Crane Service of Lebanon to complete partial rehabilitation projects at Cedar Crest Middle School, High School and Cornwall Elementary School for a total of $426,000.

The Board also approved smaller projects, including a $14,500 contract with Stone Age Restoration to repair stone walls at Cornwall Elementary School.

In addition, the Board approved the engagement of Moore Engineering Company to provide engineering services for the replacement of a middle school cooling tower and a bid invitation to tender for the project.

In light of the proposed high school and middle school renovations, the board approved parameters of the bond resolution of no more than $18 million. Bonds would fund future capital projects, particularly the connecting building bridging the middle and high school buildings.

On curriculum and instructional matters, the Board approved the K-12 School Counseling Plan, which defines the duties of counselors and sets expectations for career programs and curriculum. The board authorized the district business office to launch bids for a new English-language arts curriculum.

Summer programs have been approved including the use of Cornwall Elementary School by the National Inventors Hall of Fame for a STEM camp June 26-30 from 8:30am to 4:00pm; an English language development summer camp; and several summer music camps.

In a recent action, the board suspended two middle school students for a calendar-year term: one for a controlled substance violation and one for a weapons violation. The Principal may, at its sole discretion, change the duration of the suspension.

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