On Monday, December 5, 2016 the Spring-Ford Board of School Directors voted to enter the first phase of the Spring-Ford Area High School expansion project. The expansion project is the result of many public meetings held by the school board and district administration with parents, community members, teachers, principals, students and industry experts to address the needs of the growing arts and physical education programs.
As we continue in the initial phases of the Spring-Ford Area High School expansion project, we welcome your comments and questions. You can email questions to email@example.com. Residents are encouraged to attend monthly Property Committee Meetings and School Board meetings.
March 24 Update: Spring-Ford Area School District held a Town Hall Meeting open to the community on March 23, 2017. Click here to view the Town Hall Meeting online. You may view the presentation below, or click here for a PDF copy.
Phase 1 (complete): Board approval was needed to write an agreement between the District and the Architect for Alterations and Additions to the High School. The board voted to enter agreement with Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates December 5, 2016.
Phase 2 (complete): Board would then need to approve Agreement. The Architect would bill district up to 7% of total project costs. That 7% is broken down into billing phases:
- Schematic Design 20%
- Design Development 25%
- Construction Documents 40%
- Bidding Documents 5%
- Construction Phase 10%
Phase 3 (completed): Board approval of Design
- Construction Document Approval
Phase 4 (completed): Project goes to Bid
Phase 5 (completed): Bid Opening
Phase 6: Board Approval of Bid
Phase 7: Construction begins
Town Hall Presentation:Spring-Ford Area School District held a Town Hall Meeting open to the community on March 23, 2017. Click hereto view the Town Hall Meeting online.
Performing Arts Expansion
Features: additional 10,700 square feet for the performing arts program
Benefits: Improve student safety and quality of performing arts program
Features: the new corridor would flow along the exterior wall of the current Art Wing
Physical Education Expansion
Features: additional 17,200 square feet for the physical education program
Benefits: Improve student safety and quality of the physical education program