Thursday, December 8, 2011

Newspaper Article On Our Aging Building

Recently, The Chadron Record staff writer, Kerri Rempp spent a couple hours touring our school interviewing staff and students on the condition of our high school building. For many years our ceilings have leaked rain water and condensation from an aging HVAC system. Chadron High School was constructed in 1968 and most of the infrastructure like heating, air conditioning, and lighting is the original to the building. For many years, it has been a repeated cycle of patching the roof and replacing ceiling tiles. Next spring we hope to renew a bond that would provide the funds to finally put an end to our leaks and to provide an updated, more efficient heating and air conditioning system that would give our students and staff a warm, safe, and dry environment in which to work and learn.  Read the full article here: Aging CHS In Need Of Repairs