MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring School Superintendent Ron Taylor and the Mammoth Spring School Board did a complete review of all the projects started over the summer at the school campus at their September board meeting.
Taylor said the high school roof and elementary school heat and air projects at the school are completed. He also said the new heat and air system in the community building is complete, as well as the 30-foot by 70-foot special education building.
He said the new windows and entry doors at the high school and community building have been installed, as well as the metal roof on the new distance learning lab building. Taylor said a project left to complete is the pitched roof on the community building.
"I feel fortunate to have these improvements completed to the buildings. They could not have been completed without state help and the local taxpayers," the superintendent said.
He said the total cost of the projects is $741,361, with the district paying $412,000 and the state contributing $329,361.
In other action, the board voted to allow a student living on the Mammoth Spring/Salem School district line to transfer to the Salem School District.
The school board approved a general budget for the 2006-07 school year. Taylor said he expects combined local, state and federal expenditures of $3,252,889.