Sevastopol Referendum Could Provide Much Needed Upgrades

The board of education and administration at Sevastopol School are beginning to work through the process of providing information on why the proposed $34-million building project is needed at the school in Institute. The plan calls for upgrades to the current school facility, built 91 years ago. The work includes development of new classroom technology, cafeteria space and an auditorium. The board of education commissioned a survey of residents conducted by the firm “School Perceptions,” and the results were recently released. During a visit to WDOR, School Board President Sue Todey talked about bringing residents to the building to learn why changes are needed…

Todey says a number of proposed changes will be discussed, such as a new entrance and an auditorium. According to Todey, there was a time when Sevastopol School had an auditorium, but, most recently, the elementary gym has served that purpose. However, it has reached the point where too much is required of the space…

The new auditorium, as envisioned, has a projected cost of $6.9 million.

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