While MCS schools provide high-quality instruction to local high school students, most of our high schools were built 50 to 100 years ago. Our aging education facilities need repairs and upgrades to meet modern academic and safety standards. To maintain high-quality instruction for local students, updates are needed to classrooms, technology and science labs so students graduate with the skills needed for competitive 21st century careers.
Additionally, basic repairs are required to keep school buildings safe and functioning, including improving school security; updating electrical, ventilation and fire systems; and repairing or replacing aging heating and cooling systems to reduce utility costs and create savings that can be used for classroom programs. These basic upgrades to classrooms and educational facilities will ensure the health and safety of all students for decades to come.