• Cal-Mum CSD Board of Education Planning for Capital Project
    Highlights: Partial Roof Replacements, Athletic Complex Upgrades, MS/HS Auditorium Improvements,
    Elementary Gymnasium Upgrades, 
    and More


    The Caledonia-Mumford Central School District Board of Education is in the final stages of planning for a 2018 capital improvement project. The board is expected to adopt the resolution to move forward with the project at the June 12, 2018 board meeting.

    The board of education has been working towards creating a project that both addresses the districts current needs while simultaneously being good stewards of the district's money. The outcome thus far is a robust project encompassing many different facility and program updates. One main scope is partial roof replacements at the elementary and middle/high school, covering about 17,500 square feet in total. With the roof being at the end of its useful life, this is an item that requires immediate attention. The other scope outlined in the project so far is renovations to the Middle/High School Auditorium and Elementary School Gymnasium. The auditorium will see upgrades to the sound, lighting and rigging system and the gymnasium will receive bleacher replacements, and repainting and refinishing of the gym floor.

    “It’s crucial that we address the work outlined in the project at a time where critical funding is available,” said Robert Molisani, Superintendent of Caledonia-Mumford Central Schools.

    Other project highlights included are significant improvements to the athletic complex. These will include installation of soccer safety netting, pole vault concrete pads, the replacement of windows in the press box, and a replacement of the track surface and turf fabric with a new shock pad. The latter items having immense advancement in technology since our first installation, we are expecting greater results and a longer shelf life. The shock pad will greatly improve our drainage ultimately creating extended use of our complex without the hindrance of weather elements.

    The project is designed to enhance the district’s facilities through focusing on the health and safety improvements and replacement of aging infrastructure items. The goal is to protect investments already made by our community as well as to prepare our facilities to meet future needs in a fiscally responsible way.

    All pertinent documents pertaining to the scope and timeline of the proposed Capital Project will be available for viewing on this page. 

Last Modified on October 17, 2018