Sandusky uses bond money for district improvements

The Sandusky school district will be spending just under $35,000 of bond money for district improvements, with other items being considered for approval. New air conditioning in the high school and elementary tech labs will cost about $15,000 while new doors on the weight room and locker rooms will add another $10,000 to the price tag.

The district will also spend another $3,000 for bus garage improvements with some of the costs being shared with their bus consortium.

Still on the drawing board is a plan for new HVAC that carries a price tag of nearly $40,000.

Superintendent Michael Carmean said there is approximately $250,000 in the general fund dedicated to bond projects and another $250,000 in technology funds that will be used for computer upgrades within the next few years.