School board


The board heard a report from Honeywell about energy use efficiency in the school system; many recommendations were made to decrease fuel use costs at the high school, with an 18 month payback should the board choose to contract with Honeywell to make the improvements necessary to increase energy efficiency.

The changes to the high school heating and cooling system would cost around $140,000 and the company would charge an annual fee of $35,000 to constantly monitor and adjust the high school’s energy use.  Honeywell predicted eventual savings of an estimated $117,500 per year at the high school alone after that 18 month period.  Honeywell recommended those savings in turn be spent to update heating and cooling equipment at Fluvanna’s other schools, with the eventual goal of having all of Fluvanna’s schools operating at top energy efficiency, keeping the students and staff safe and comfortable while reducing energy costs.

An end of the year report on school athletics was given by Athletic Director David Morris, and winter and spring student athletes and members of the forensics team were recognized for their accomplishments.  Morris pointed out that despite the fact that the athletics department has no operating budget and must fundraise for everything they need, the athletics department has added four sports (swimming, wrestling, and boys and girls lacrosse) and had seven national signings this year.

Frank Leech, Director of the Abrams Academy, gave his end of the year report, highlighting the successes of the alternate education program and describing plans to reach out to younger students in need in the future.

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