Board examines redesign project

School District Office slated for upgrades to better use space
By 
MITCH MAERSCH
Ozaukee Press Staff

The Cedar Grove-Belgium School District Offices are in line for some remodeling.

The School Board last week took a short walkthrough of the offices led by Building and Grounds Director Ben Lukens and Administrative Assistant Amy Schoeder.

“The current layout is not ideal as you have to walk through one person’s office to get to another office,” board President Chad Hoopman said.

Cabinets and counters used to store reams of paper for printing and copying were functional 20 years ago but not with today’s technology, he said.

“The consensus was that an updated layout within the existing footprint would improve the observed defects within the office space,” Hoopman said.

The board agreed to move forward with a design.

Lukens, an architectural designer, said he would keep the design work in-house to save the district money.

“The next step will be for a kick-off meeting with the office staff to begin discussing needs and wants so that we can work toward a concept design,” Hoopman said.

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