accessed from neighboring roads or wooded areas. Traffic safety concerns focused on parents dropping off and picking up students.
Specific school facility conditions conflicting with educational efficacy were summarized in Exhibit 5.2.2 below.
School Building A-1 High School
Beechwood Elementary Carter Lake Elementary Clarkmoor Elementary Clover Park High School Custer Elementary
Dower Elementary Evergreen Elementary Greenwood Elementary Heartwood Elementary Hillside Elementary
Hudloff Middle School Idewild Elementary Lakes High School
Lake City Elementary Lake Louise Elementary Lakeview Elementary
Lockburn Middle School
Mann Middle School
Oak Brook Elementary Oakwood Elementary
Park Lodge Elementary
Exhibit 5.2.2 Specific Facility Conditions Noted by Auditors Clover Park School District January 2001 Facility Condition Building was not originally designed to serve as a high school and needs general renovation. Inadequate lighting, media center, physical education space, and electrical service for technology. Hall passage door was locked. Portable classrooms substandard. Playground needs a fence for safety. Space heaters used to heat classroom. Playground and paving needs updating. Unkempt appearance. Ceiling tiles are water stained. Electrical systems inadequate to support technology. Hall floor affected by sewer pipe. Single pane windows affect room temperatures. Exterior doors have chipped paint. Exemplary school with every amenity and advantage Playground needs a fence for safety. Portable classrooms substandard. Portable classrooms substandard. Playground needs a fence for safety. Library heating system inadequate. Space limitations affect special education and computer lab programs. Toxic room kept vacant. Loose threshold hazard. Tiled floors unkempt. Building is in need of a paint job to remedy lifeless appearance. General cleanliness unsatisfactory. Mechanical problems with hot and cold spots. Roof leak. Mechanical problems with hot and cold spots. Odor in boys’ restroom Limited ADA compliant restrooms. Portable classrooms substandard. Damaged exterior door casings. Playground safety is a concern School is in a very unkempt condition. Laminate surface unglued. Floor moldings in gym are hazardous. Wastebaskets full at 9 A.M. with soda cans lying around. School is over capacity with math and science being taught in music and family/consumer science rooms. Cafeteria needs additional structural support in case of earthquake. Lingering mechanical problems with heating system. Pick-up and drop-off present safety concerns with speeding traffic. Proximity to airplane noise interrupts instruction and poses crash zone hazard. Exterior is run down and portable classrooms are substandard. Beautiful new building. Parents require training for pick-up and drop-
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