Bond Planning
Jack Korpi (Integrated Designs, Inc.), Jim Ebli (Gundlach Champion), Bill Edens (Breitung Township Schools), Craig Allen (Superintendent of Breitung Township Schools), and Keith Mingori (Integated Designs, Inc.) look over design plans.

Welcome to the Breitung Township Schools Bond Proposal Projects page. This page is designed to keep the public updated on how the 2011 Bond Proposal monies are being used.

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KHS Parking Lot Construction (Updated June 20, 2012)

Woodland Parking Lot Construction (Updated June 20, 2012)

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The second phase for the school improvements will begin as soon as bidding for the work is concluded.  A little more than $2 million dollars in improvements are currently planned for the second phase. With the exception of the carpeting portion of the flooring package, which will be completed in the summer when classes are not in session, phase one bond projects have been completed.

All lighting in the Woodland building complex as well as the kitchen and cafeteria have been replaced as part of the first phase projects with T-5 lighting. This included all light fixtures, some exit lights and occupancy sensors.


Before: Old T-12 lamps

After: T-5 lighting (65% more efficient)


Woodland Elementary fifth graders, from left, Mikayla Ray, Ethan Johnson, Daunte Fortner, Andrew Kleikamp and Hallie Chaperon study under new lighting in the Woodland Elementary Library. The second phase of improvements at Breitung Township Schools includes more new lighting, plus parking lot work, and other building projects.

The mechanical portion of this first phase included replacing the air handlers at the Woodland complex as well as hot water heaters both at the Woodland/administration area and the middle school. big project completed during the first phase was all the roofing at the high school and middle school complex as well as insulation in some areas.

A big project completed during the first phase was all the roofing at the high school and middle school complex as well as insulation in some areas.


With Bond Issue dollars, Breitung Township Schools was able to replace the 22 year old rubber membrane roof on the Kingsford High/Middle School complex. Insulation was also added as part of our energy efficiency initiative. The project was completed by Modern Roofing at the cost of just over $520,000.


Classroom and Computer Upgrades

New Mobile Lab for KHS

KHS Computer Lab

KHS DROP-IN COMPUTER LAB - ROOM 200

KHS LRC CLASSROOMS

NEW MONITORS FOR KHS COMPUTER LABS

NEW LAPTOPS FOR TEACHERS


Windows computer lab with 30 thin client workstations installed at Kingsford Middle School

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Projectors and Smart Boards

INTERACTIVE PROJECTORS - December 2011 thru January 2012

SMART Boards - December 2011 thru January 2012

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INFRASTRUCTURE

VOIP PHONE SYSTEM - August-September, 2011 - ZULTYS PHONE SYSTEM

DATA CENTER SERVER - July-August, 2011

MERAKI WI-FI - Completed December 2011

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