In the Bayport-Blue Point district the district completed several large summer projects at the middle school.
These included cosmetic, electrical maintenance and reorganization initiatives in the main office, ceiling work in both the main office and the economics and world language hall area, and grounds keeping work in the courtyard and in the front of the building.
Additionally, four benches were installed at the front of
the building and the gym floor and stage area floor have been refinished.
In addition several administration offices got a refresh and minor décor renovations. The work in the admin area, according to school officials, was the first revamp in over a decade for most of the areas.
The superintendent’s office was repainted and a new laminate
floor was put down, the first replacement since 2006. The total cost of the
work was $1,300, say officials.
Repainting was also done in the high school principal’s office and a new laminate floor was also installed. The prior floor had been put down in 2008. The total project cost was $1,450.
Painting was also done in the offices of the finance and
operations, pupil personnel services and the office for the assistant
superintendent of curriculum. These offices, according to officials, had not
been repainted in many years, as far back as 1998 in once case. The total cost was $250, according to
The district office lunchroom, which had not been repainted since 2009, and the facilities secretarial area, which had not been repainted since 1998, were also given new paint for a total of $100.