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RCS District Office
P.O. Box 100
15 Mountain Road
Ravena, NY 12143
(518) 756-5200
Robert K. Libby,
Superintendent

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Capital project renovations

 

Phase 1A and 1B

A.W. Becker and Pieter B. Coeymans

  • Library upgrades
  • Window replacement
  • Art and music skylight replacement
  • New boilers
  • Gymnasium lighting replacement
  • PA system upgrades
  • Kitchen hood replacement and fire supression
  • Electrical service replacement building-wide
  • HVAC upgrades in counseling hub
  • Emergency egress lighting upgrade
  • New A.W. Becker bus loop
  • Repaved Pieter B. Coeymans outside basketball court
  • Athletic field upgrades

Library under constructionLibraries at A.W. Becker and Pieter
B. Coeymans were stripped to create media centers in the schools.














New Media CenterStudents work in their new media center at Pieter B. Coeymans.








New Media CenterNew computer work stations in the media center.









AWB Bus LoopWork being done on the A.W. Becker bus loop to create a safer student drop off and pick up zone that will allow buses park directly in front of the school.













AWB finished bus loop Finished bus loop at A.W. Becker.













  
Fifty-three year old boilers at A.W. Becker and Pieter B. Coeymans to be replaced.







New boilersNew boilers at A.W. Becker and Pieter B. Coeymans.
















New kitchen hoods at elemKitchens in both elementary schools now have new hoods and fire supression systems.























Althletic FieldsAthletic field at Pieter B. Coeymans begin their upgrade. Fields were often unusable in the spring becuase of flooding. New fields should allow for better drainage.





new athletic fieldsSod is down and the fields at Pieter B. Coeymans take shape.









Old skylights in the music and art classrooms.












 new skylightsNew skylights in the elementary schools are
expected to help reduce heat gain in the warm months.























New cubbies at elementary schoolKindergarten rooms at both elementary schools now boast new cubbies and storage space.