District partners and HUNT team members recently wrapped up a variety of summer projects and made big strides at others in anticipation of the 2017-2018 school year.
At Corning’s William E. Severn Elementary School, Superintendent Michael Ginalski and Assistant Superintendents Michelle Caulfield, Kerry Elsasser, and Jeffrey Delorme, recently welcomed community leaders and regional legislators at a ribbon-cutting ceremony that highlighted the school’s dramatic upgrades. HUNT designers, Reuben Kabithe and Jacob Zurlick, along with Welliver were pleased to help the C-PP’s facilities team in realizing their goal of a new classroom and kitchen addition; a secure entrance; renovated classrooms, office suites, and cafeteria; as well as, a new playground and site accessibility and parking improvements.
Meanwhile, “up lake” at South Seneca CSD, Superintendent Steven Parker Zielinski, Business Administrator Naomi Zuckerman, and their community partners are overseeing the completion of their $4.6M Track and Field Restoration Project (Fall 2017). The project had no impact on the district’s tax base and highlights will include a 8-lane track, lighting, additional parking, and ADA-compliance improvements. Meanwhile, the district and HUNT have already begun deliberations on what one participant described as ‘visionary’ goals.