August 8, 2001 - Board of Education adopts a resolution to participate in the Expedited Local Partnership Program through the Ohio Facilities Commission.
June 30, 2003 - Board of Education selects Sear-Brown ThenDesigns of Independence, Ohio as the architect for the Pre-school/Kindergarten through 5th Grade Elementary Building.
July 7, 2003 - Beaver Local Schools' master plan. is pending before the Ohio School Facilities Commission
July 14, 2003 - Board of Education approves resolutions to the Ohio School Facilities Commission to proceed with the Beaver Local's Beaver Local Schools' master plan.
July 17, 2003 - Board of Education held a community forum at the Beaver Local High School Auditorium on the need for facilities improvements and discussion on the master plan with Sear-Brown ThenDesigns architects.
August 13, 2003 - Board approve placing the building bond issue on the November 4, 2003 general election ballot.
September 27, 2003 - Elementary building floor plan design was decided (See below).
November 2003 - Board of Education purchases 27 acres of land behind current Middle School. Board used proceeds from Open Enrollment to purchase the land
November 4, 2003 - Voters defeat the building bond issue.
August 3, 2004 - Voters defeat the building bond issue.
August 2004 - Due to input from the citizens of Beaver Local, the Board requests the Ohio School Facilities Commission to amend the District's Part II Agreement to building a high school first.
November 2004 - Voters defeat the building bond issue.
December 2005 - Ohio School Facilities Commission notified the District that Beaver Local is in the next 10 districts for the Classroom Facilities Assistance Program. The OSFC will fund 71% of the building project.
January 2006 - Board of Education advertises for architectural services.
February 2006 - Board of Education selects Ricciuti Baglog and Partners from Youngstown, OH as the design professional for the District's OSFC project.
April 29, 2006 - Board of Education selects Option #2 for its Master Plan. The Board of Education is planning the bond issue to the November 2006 election. Option #2 is to construct a new K-8 building and a new 9-12 high school plus keep the current auditorium.
August 14, 2006 - Board of
Education selects A.G. Edwards as the bond issue underwriter.
August 2006 - Architects present the conceptual layout of the new K-8 building and 9-12 High School.
November 7, 2006 - Voters defeat the building bond issue.
November 22, 2011 - Board of Education places bond issue on the March 2012 primary election. Millage is 5.223 for the bond issue and the maintenance levy is .5 mills for a total of 5.723 mills.
Master Plan calls for the construction of a K-12 building near the current central site.
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A draft concept will be available soon.
HOW MUCH WILL THE
NEW SCHOOL COST ME?
The chart above will be updated with current figure once the Master Plan is approved and the estimated construction costs are generated.