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Bentonville Bond Issue Still Paying Off

Posted: February 24, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Money left over from the School District's 2010 bond issue will go toward several maintenance projects and a budding technology initiative.

At A Glance

School Projects

Projects the School District will pursue this year using 2010 bond issue dollars, along with their estimated costs:

• Roof replacement at R.E. Baker Elementary School, $285,000

• Roof replacement at Old High Middle School, $276,000

• Roof coating with sealant at Mary Mae Jones Elementary School, $75,000

• Heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at Washington Junior High School, $155,000

• Heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at Old High Middle School, $145,000

• 21st Century Technology program grants, $500,000

• Renovation of west side of the Alternative Learning Environment building for a Professional Development Center, $150,000

• Replacement of gym floors at Central Park Elementary, Cooper Elementary and Washington Junior High schools, $54,000

• Repair and sealant for parking lot at Washington Junior High School, $345,000

• Satellite bus lot, to be built in the southwest area, $350,000

Source: Staff Report

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