In a continual effort to provide the best educational facilities for our students, Titusville Area School District reviews buildings and grounds plans annually and maintains a long-range plan of five years. The plan addresses maintenance and modernization programs for each building in the district. Moving forward in the 21st century, the district’s three-phase building and renovation project which concluded in 2002 provided major upgrades to the school learning environments which enhance the delivery of educational programs and support student success. Renovations at Carter Field which hosts home football games as well as many other events were completed in the fall of 2005 and upgrades include handicap accessibility.
In the summer of 2007, an energy savings project was introduced which included a district-wide evaluation of energy efficiency and necessary upgrades. The project, awarded to Johnson Controls, included installation of new boilers at Hydetown and Main Street Elementary Schools, a new cover for the THS pool, new lighting in areas of the high school, middle school, and Main Street and Hydetown Elementary Schools. The building envelope was also upgraded at several schools in order to affect energy savings.