The North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School renovation project took another step forward Tuesday. The school board passed a series of resolutions to begin the financing process for the $10 million project. No concerns were raised during two public hearings.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre’s proposed elementary school renovations drew no comments during a public hearing Tuesday, according to Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin. “We will be having upgrades and enhancements to plumbing, water units, roofs, windows, modernization of classrooms, those sort of projects,” Zupin explains.Continue reading
The proposed Elementary School Project at North Judson-San Pierre was discussed with school board members when they gathered for their first meeting of 2020.Continue reading
A list of proposed upgrades to North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School was presented to the school board Tuesday. Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin says architectural firm Fanning Howey visited the school on June 6.Continue reading
When North Judson-San Pierre School Board members met Tuesday, they were informed about the results of a recent walk-through at the elementary school.Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre school officials continue exploring potential facility improvements. Representatives from architectural firm Fanning Howey are scheduled to visit N.J.-S.P. tomorrow, according to Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin.Continue reading
Representatives from the architecture and engineering firm Fanning Howey returned to North Judson-San Pierre this week to conduct an informal facility assessment via some “walk-throughs”.Continue reading
A capital projects summary was given to North Judson-San Pierre School Board members when they met last Tuesday.
NJ-SP School officials worked with the architecture and engineering firm Fanning Howey with these capital projects. Company representative William Payne provided members with the project summary and noted that everything was accomplished without going over budget.
Payne explained that some major safety upgrades that were made to the entrances of all the schools. Continue reading
North Judson-San Pierre School Board members awarded several contracts for the corporation’s Lease Project when they met Tuesday evening.
Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin explained that when bids were opened in January, they discovered that they came in under budget. This will allow the corporation to move forward with some of their alternate bids which included upgrades to the baseball and softball fields, stairwell renovations, roofing and lighting work.
Zupin added that they will also be able to have signage installed on route 10 to inform motorists they’re nearing the NJSP campus. She said it will be an electronic sign where they will be able to put various school information and community announcements. Continue reading
When the North Judson-San Pierre School Board met last week they received a project report from Edward Sawa, the construction administrator of Fanning Howey.
Sawa has been working closely with Superintendent Dr. Annette Zupin and Maintenance Director Wilbur Collins to determine the specifics of current capital projects. Last Tuesday Sawa informed board members of some the key preliminary findings from some onsite investigations.
The Knox Community School Corporation may be asking residents for a tax increase to fund facility upgrades in the coming years. During a school board work session last week, Superintendent Dr. William Reichhart explained that if school officials decide a referendum is needed, he wants to be ready to do it in May or November of 2019.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board will receive a Capital Project update from a representative with the architecture firm Fanning Howey when they meet tonight.
Harold Welter will attend the meeting and provide a presentation about the Cheryl Lyn Welter Family Charitable Foundation. Board members must also act on a donation from Church of the Heartland. Continue reading
A longtime North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation employee is now a member of the school board. Continue reading