South Whidbey School projects on deck for summer

Funds from the recently passed capital levy are already being used to make major repairs and upgrades around the South Whidbey School District.

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning controls and fire systems were upgraded.

Langley Middle School’s drainage problems were resolved, which allowed the district to reclaim the football field for the first time in years. This will also enable the middle school’s track surface to be corrected this summer.

Carpeting at the elementary school will be replaced and painting will begin this summer.

This summer, the high school track which went unused for competition this school year by the Falcons will be redone.

Superintendent Jo Moccia wrote in the district’s final newsletter that maintenance and deferred maintenance will continue over the next several years.


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