New roofs, windows, a boiler and improving a potentially hazardous icing condition are among the work included in $332,690 in state school construction funding for township schools.
The grant is part of $507.7-million in state aid authorized on Wednesday, Dec. 4 by Gov. Chris Christie to fund the cost of 1,538 school construction projects in 331 districts, according to an announcement by the Christie administration.
The grants are for 40 percent of the projected overall costs for the improvements and construction must still be approved by the Board of Education
The grades K-8 district was approved for $332,690 with the district’s share at $831,725 of the overall $1,164,415 project cost.