Edinburgh schools to consider $2 million in upgrades




The Edinburgh school district needs to replace a broken boiler and renovate decades-old locker rooms at its middle and high school building, and officials plan to borrow money to make those and other upgrades.

The school board unanimously approved borrowing up to $2

million for renovations and upgrades at the middle and high school as well as for technology upgrades, including new phones and computers, throughout the district.

The school district is nearly finished repaying money borrowed about 10 years ago for upgrades and maintenance, including technology updates, new lights and heating and air conditioning repairs at the elementary school. School officials believe the tax rate won’t increase when the school district borrows more money, but the rate also won’t decrease when the old debt is paid off, interim Superintendent William Glentzer said.

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