Renovating the auditorium at Sunset Avenue School would not only benefit Clinton City Schools, but is an idea board members say would be an asset to the community. A proposal was presented to the board Thursday afternoon.
During a board retreat held last year, potential capital outlay projects were discussed, and the auditorium renovations were one of the ideas mulled by board members. Superintendent Dr. Stuart Blount asked Randy Baker with Pinnacle Architecture to draw up plans and determine a cost estimate for the project.
At Thursday afternoon’s work session, Baker presented his findings to the board at a price tag of nearly $2 million. The proposed renovations would include new seating, carpeting, lighting, sound equipment and sound barriers, and bathroom remodeling. All changes would meet the requirements of the American’s with Disabilities Act.
See the full proposal and cost estimates in next week’s Sampson Independent.