Long Term Facility Plan

In 2018-2019, the Nippersink School District 2 (NSD2) School Board saw the need for the district to have a long term facility plan in place for long term maintenance at each of the schools.

In 2022, the NSD2 School Board brought forth options for addressing several critical maintenance needs based on the long term facility plan.  (Facility Plan Archive)  A survey was completed which gauged community interest in pursuing the different plans and components.  (Please find the community input survey report here.)  Based on the survey results, the Board is currently reviewing the most critical needs by meeting within committees to gather information.

As the Board moves forward in addressing critical needs of the district, a community group will be included to seek input regarding school building plans and to help improve communication between the community and the district.

Updates will be posted to this site as they are available.

Please see this letter from the Nippersink School District 2 Board of Education.

As improvements continue at our schools to ensure that our students have a safe environment in which to learn, we will continue engage our community.

Building Specific Priorities

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Nippersink Middle School

Opened in 1947
The building is over 75 years old and has many structural issues including:

  • Replace outdated HVAC

  • Replace leaking roofs

  • Update insufficient  electrical systems

  • Improve Safety and Security

Please click on the following link to hear and see more about the Nippersink Middle School needs.

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Richmond Grade School

Opened in 1962
Many of the building’s components are original and over 60 years old.  Priorities include:

  • Replace original roof

  • Replace original ventilation system 

  • Replace mobile classrooms

Please click on the following link to hear and see more about the Richmond Grade School needs.

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Spring Grove Elementary

Opened in 1961
The school is overcrowded; some spaces are not accessible to individuals with mobility challenges. Priorities include:

  • Add classrooms to replace mobile units that house fifth grade classes and music

  • Install elevator to improve accessibility 

  • Enlarge undersized library

Please click on the following link to hear and see more about the Spring Grove Elementary needs.