Next summer will bring another round of maintenance projects to the Sonoma Valley Unified School District.
At the Dec. 10, school board meeting, Deputy Superintendent Justin Frese told the board a list of projects has been compiled, but he won’t have a cost breakdown until possibly the January board meeting.
Among the plans, the district is going to add two new portable classrooms at Adele Harrison Middle School; replace four portable classrooms at the Sonoma Charter School; add a portable classroom at El Verano for the preschool; repair and remodel the kitchen at Dunbar; perform various roof repairs; do exterior and interior painting; replace and repair the heating and air conditioning systems; do classroom flooring and asphalt repairs.
“We’re in the process of planning for next summer,” Frese said. “We have a team working on a variety of projects.”
The district will be targeting lighting and painting issues.