High School assessment from JLG finds the building in good shape ten years after renovation

The Madison Central School board heard a presentation this week from JLG Architects, the firm hired by the district to conduct an assessment of facilities of Madison Central. After reviewing the Elementary and Middle Schools, Jacob Ricke of JLG gave a report on the Madison High School. He noted that the High School is in good overall shape after a major renovation a decade ago. 

Ricke said the kitchen was one area in need of improvement.

After the review, the architects presented some early project ideas to address the issues identified. Those options also included solutions to the front doors of the Middle School. One solution could be bringing the front doors up, and enclosing the stairs and ramp down to the school to eliminate the possibility of icy or snow covered steps down to the front doors. 

 

Board president Lori Schultz said she wants to see this continue to be an immediate topic of discussion for the board. 

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