Capital Projects Updates

  • 2017-2018 Update:

    The Kingston High School 2nd Century Capital Project continued with the completion of the cafeteria in the Salzmann building, celebrated with a ribbon cutting in January 2018 with the Class of 2018 Officers. The Salzmann building East and West towers, "academic towers", and the Salzmann main entrance were completed, holding a grand opening ribbon cutting in August 2018. The Salzmann entryway is now the main entrance of the high school. 

    2016-2017 Update:

    The fitness center was completed and a new pool lining was added in the KHS Kate Walton Field House. A ribbon cutting for the field house was held in August 2017.

    2015-2016 Update:

    Work to be performed in the summer of 2016 includes replacing the concrete at the Miller front door at the bus circle; Chambers is scheduled to have several rooms to be expanded, building an office, cutting down trees and working on the playground; Crosby blacktopping of the bus circle; stage curtains at Edson and JWB as well as the lighting board at JWB; JFK, Edson KHS and JWB gym floors will be refinished, blinds at JWB, and a new water meter at Graves.

    2014-2015 Update:

    Broke ground on Kingston High School 2nd Century Capital Project in May 2015. Repaired and unveiled the KHS Main lobby skylights at the Centennial Celebration at KHS in May 2015 after being covered for decades.

    Work to be performed in the summer of 2015 includes the abatement of the boiler room and installation of new boilers at Miller Middle School. New boilers will be installed at Myer Elementary School, along with emergency lighting, ADA compliant bathrooms and asbestos abatement. Work at Chambers Elementary School includes heating system upgrades, ADA compliant bathrooms, and asbestos abatement.


    2013-2014 Update:

    A reroofing project included work at the high school main building and Myer elementary school. There was also abatement and removal of VAT flooring at Myer, bus loop and parking lot work at  Miller Middle School, and ceiling tile replacement at Miller. In addition, ADA improvements were completed at Edson Elementary School and at J. Watson Bailey Middle School, there was the abatement and removal of a wood floor. New sidewalks and landscaping were installed at Chambers Elementary School.


    2012-2013 Update:

    A capital project to replace the roofs at M. Clifford Miller Middle School, John F. Kennedy Elementary School, and Harry L. Edson Elementary School was completed during the 2012-2013 school  year. In addition, a boiler was replaced at Edson and emergency lighting was enhanced.   



    August 2011 Update:
    Carnegie Learning Center Status Report

    Historic restorations and new renovations are currently underway. The repointing and cleaning of brick and stone as well as the reconstruction of the Historic Entryway are now complete. On the inside, new Wood Trim, Baseboards and Wainscotting is being installed in the Large Main Floor Classrooms. 



    April 2010 Update:
    The Community's Investment in Its School Buildings
    The beautifully refurbished auditorium at Kingston High School -- the venue for community concerts, plays and so much more -- is just one of the major capital projects that have been completed since Kingston City School District voters put their support behind important facilities improvements throughout the District. See your investment at work! 



    November 2009 Update:
    Facilities Improvement Projects
    Energy efficient boilers, new roofs and replacement doors are just a few of the major capital projects that have been completed since KCSD voters gave the green light 20 months ago. See the progress in each of our schools to date.

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