Major Facelifts Coming to Elementary Schools

The summer of 2023 will be a busy time for the Titusville Area School District. The district has plans for construction upgrades at Hydetown Elementary School, Main Street Elementary School, and Pleasantville Elementary School through a Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (GESA) project. The primary goal of the GESA is to reduce energy consumption costs and improve indoor air quality. The GESA will be performed by StarkTech out of Erie, Pennsylvania.

At Hydetown:

  • The plan includes a roof replacement, HVAC upgrades, lighting upgrades, flooring, painting, and furniture upgrades.

At Main Street:

  • The plan includes HVAC upgrades, lighting upgrades, flooring, and furniture upgrades.

At Pleasantville:

  • The plan includes HVAC and lighting upgrades.

The GESA project and roof replacement is approximately 10 million dollars. The district is covering the costs of the GESA improvements through the use of ESSER II and ARP ESSER funds in addition to securing bond funds. The work is slated to begin later this spring. The work that can be completed without disruption to instruction could be started before the end of the year. The bulk of the project will commence after the final student day. Work is expected to continue throughout the summer and be completed before the first student day on August 29, 2023. 

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