Liverpool CSD Chestnut Hill Elementary School Celebrates with Ribbon Cutting
The Liverpool Central School District and Chestnut Elementary School communities celebrated the end of renovations with a special ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 5, 2018.
Chestnut Hill Elementary and Chestnut Hill Middle Schools were built in 1956. During the Phase One Capital Project, approved by voters in April 2011, the district addressed some necessary immediate needs including parking lot renovations, exterior windows and doors, and security entrances in the front of both buildings. In March 2014, residents approved Phase Two of the Long-Range Facility Plan. The components of the capital referendum included substantial renovations to Chestnut Hill Elementary and Chestnut Hill Middle, a complete roof renovation for Liverpool High School, and safety and security upgrades at all district buildings.
Completed renovations at Chestnut Hill Elementary include:
Classrooms, Kitchen, Library & Gymnasium
Security Improvements (Door Hardware, Alert Buttons, Public Address System, and Fire Alarm System)
ADA Accessible Toilets and Hardware Installed
HVAC System Improvements
Plumbing Upgrades (Fixtures, Piping Systems, Water Heaters)
Electrical Upgrades (Power, Lighting, Communication)
Optimize Daylighting in Corridors