Warren Township Regional High School officials have produced a Vimeo that highlights the old equipment and facilities that would be repaired or replaced if voters next Tuesday approve a $12.5 million referendum to be shared by high school's four sending districts.
The video tour gives a close-up view, with narration, of the school's steam pipes, said to date back to 1957 and subject to malfunctioning, as well as heat loss. Other facilities shown are a dirt access road that would be upgraded, an old exhaust system and more.
The production notes that the state Department of Education has classified all of the projects, with the most expensive being roof replacement, which accounts for about half of the proposed expenditure, as being "tier one" health and safety issues. The state thus would pledge more than $5 million toward the total costs, according to school figures.