In Brief: School Board Approves Bids, NPS Makes Donation to Non-Profit
Northville High School students will enjoy new carpets when they return from the end-of-the-year holiday.
School board approves contract bids
Northville's Board of Education unanimously approved bids on technology consulting services and carpet cleaning at the high school at its meeting this week.
Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations Mike Zopf explained that the district will use sinking fund millage monies to pay the technology consulting firm, Wright & Hunter.
This will help the district do two things: perform a network upgrade and install wireless technologies in all of the district's buildings. The firm will be paid $58,700 for their work.
The board also approved a contract with SCI Floor Covering to replace the carpet in six of the rooms at Northville High School.
Zopf said this will complete the second phase of carpet replacement at the school. Seven classrooms were redone in August, completing phase one.
The district will pay the company $47,369 for the job, according to district documents.
District staff makes donation to Civic Concern
Every year, the district's staff makes a contribution to the Northville Civic Concern, a non-profit serving the city and township.
This year, 28 staff made donations totaling $1,270.