The West Delaware School District will be taking a closer look at their facilities improvement project next week.
The district is planning renovations and additions to the high school, middle school and Lambert elementary buildings. Last year, voters in the West Delaware School District approved a $20 million bond referendum to pay for the improvements.
But they hit a bump in the road when the board opened bids for the project on Monday. West Delaware Superintendent Dr. Kristen Rickey explains.
Because the district didn’t receive any bids for mechanical, the school board will need to regroup and decide where to go from here.
Rickey says the board will see if they can continue on their timeline or if there will be a delay. They’ll be working on that over the next few weeks with their company for this project, Site Logic, with more discussion at their special board meeting next week.
Monday’s meeting will start at 5 pm in the Lambert Commons.