CHAPTER 145

APPROPRIATION - STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR CAPITAL REPLACEMENT

AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS TO THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR CAPITAL REPLACEMENT IN THE SCHOOL BUILDINGS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE.

WHEREAS, the 115th General Assembly appropriated funds for the delayed and essential repairs and maintenance of school buildings; and

WHEREAS, increased costs of labor and material have reduced the repairs, that could be accomplished under the said appropriation; and

WHEREAS, the total value of the school buildings is steadily increasing; and

WHEREAS, it is economical presently to care for the property and keep it in good repair; NOW, THEREFORE,

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That in addition to any other funds appropriated to the State Board of Education or other Boards of Education or School Trustees in the State, there is hereby appropriated an amount not to exceed Nine Hundred Thirty-three Thousand Five Hundred Seventeen Dollars ($933,517.00) to the State Board of Education for the purpose of maintaining public school buildings and grounds in a condition conducive to the health, safety and welfare of the pupils.

Section 2. The amounts appropriated shall be expended by the State Board of Education or allotted to certain school districts according to the rules and regulations of the State Board of Education in this behalf. The State Board of Education is authorized to defray the cost of supervision and administration of this Act and by so doing to use of the total amount appropriated Fifty-two Thousand Three Hundred Dollars ($52,300.00) or so much thereof as shall be necessary.

Section 3. In carrying out the purposes of this Act, the State Board of Education shall be governed by the following limitations: there shall be used for the schools indicated herein the amounts not to exceed those stated opposite the names of the schools.

SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Alexis I. duPont Special School District

Caesar Rodney Special School District

 

$ 1,700.00

Caesar Rodney Special School

$ 2,350.00

 

Star Hill School

4,275.00

 

Dunbar School

2,325.00

8,950.00

Claymont Special School District

   

Green Street School

7,050.00

 

Stone School

2,920.00

 

State Line School

5,400.00

15,370.00

Dover Special School District

   

Dover High School & Elemen. Bldgs.

12,500.00

 

Booker T. Washington School

14,500.00

27,000.00

Georgetown Special School District

   

Georgetown Special School

15,750.00

 

Richard Allen School

8,120.00

23,870.00

Harrington Special School District

   

Harrington Special School

22,340.00

 

Harrington Colored School

4,195.00

26,535.00

Laurel Special School District

   

Laurel Special School

8,480.00

 

Paul Lawrence Dunbar School

9,700.00

18,180.00

Lewes Special School District

   

Lewes Special School

14,125.00

 

Lewes Colored School

11,095.00

25,220.00

Milford Special School District

   

Milford Special School

7,900.00

 

Benjamin Banneker School

1,975.00

9,875.00

Mount Pleasant Special School District

   

Mount Pleasant Special School

6,270.00

 

Edge Moor Road Building

1,100.00

 

Silverside Road Building

1,010.00

8,380.00

New Castle Special School District

   

Wm. Penn School

12,350.00

 

Buttonwood School

2,950.00

 

Booker T. Washington

1,150.00

16,450.00

Newark Special School District

   

Main Building (High School)

35,550.00

 

Main Street Building

3,100.00

 

New London Avenue (Colored)

300.00

38,950.00

Rehoboth Special School District

 

1,000.00

Seaford Special School District

   

Seaford Special School

12,200.00

 

Frederick Douglass School

3,550.00

15,750.00

Smyrna Special School District

   

Smyrna Special School

21,325.00

 

Thomas D. Clayton School

5,095.00

26,420.00

STATE BOARD UNITS

   

NEW CASTLE COUNTY

 

Arden No. 3

 

$ 1,210.00

Alfred I. duPont No. 7

 

6,350.00

Richardson Park No. 20

 

21,700.00

Newport No. 21

Hockessin No. 29

Harmony No. 32

Stanton No. 38

Christiana No. 44

Rose Hill - Minquadale No. 47

 

18,520.00

3,300.00

4,150.00

1,875.00

3,900.00

Rose Hill School

$ 8,825.00

 

Minquadale School

4,950.00

13,775.00

Delaware City No. 52

 

5,965.00

Commodore MacDonough No. 53

 

1,265.00

Middletown No. 60

 

14,525.00

Odessa No. 61

 

1,500.00

Port Penn No. 63

 

694.00

Marshallton No. 77

 

3,105.00

Townsend No. 81

 

5,400.00

Yorklyn No. 91

 

1,850.00

Eden No. 101

 

3,400.00

Oak Grove No. 130

 

17,650.00

Henry C. Conrad No. 131

 

7,700.00

Newport No. 106-C

 

17,230.00

Hockessin No. 107-C

 

3,600.00

Christiana No. 111-C

 

880.00

Iron Hill No. 112-C

 

5,890.00

Kirkwood - St. Georges No. 117-C

 

3,675.00

Delaware City No. 118-C

 

3,060.00

Mt. Pleasant No. 119-C

 

2,425.00

Lee's Chapel No. 124-C

 

1,835.00

Townsend No. 125-C

 

3,790.00

Ebenezer No. 126-C

 

2,035.00

Millside No. 132-C

 

17,950.00

KENT COUNTY

Kenton No. 9

$ 1,550.00

Leipsic No. 11

1,745.00

Oak Point No. 20

2,025.00

Frederica No. 32

2,510.00

Farmington No. 39

1,825.00

Magnolia No. 50

1,425.00

Felton No. 54

6,340.00

Rose Valley No. 79 2,775.00

Wiley's No. 93 2,600.00

Hartly No. 96 3,450.00

Clayton No. 119 21,155.00

Houston No. 125 3,110.00

Clayton No. 136-C 1,675.00

Kenton No. 140-C 2,860.00

Lockwood No. 142-C 2,775.00

Cheswold No. 143-C 2,550.00

Fork Branch No. 145-C 2,035.00

White Oak No. 146-C 1,950.00

Woodside No. 154-C 2,925.00

Mt. Olive No. 155-C 2,720.00

Viola No. 156-C 4,275.00

Union No. 158-C 3,175.00

Reeve's Crossing No. 159-C 1,900.00

SUSSEX COUNTY

Lincoln No. 3 $ 1,510.00

Milton No. 8 6,940.00

Millsboro No. 23 51,825.00

Lord Baltimore No. 28 18,650.00

Williamsville No. 30 1,875.00

Roxana No. 31 3,200.00

Selbyville No. 32 30,800.00

Gumboro No. 37 4,050.00

Sycamore No. 44 1,040.00

Concord No. 58 2,855.00

Bridgeville No. 90 39,095.00

Greenwood No. 91 18,565.00

John M. Clayton No. 97 21,425.00

Bethel No. 99 4,460.00

Ellendale No. 125 4,650.00

Delmar No. 163 11,280.00

Blades No. 172 7,500.00

Slaughter Neck No. 193-C 4,250.00

Lincoln No. 194-C 3,510.00

Ellendale No. 195-C 3,950.00

Milton No. 196-C 3,555.00

Drawbridge No. 197-C 1,775.00

Nassau No. 198-C

1,075.00

Rehoboth No. 200-C

2,785.00

Rabbit's Ferry No. 201-C

1,465.00

Friendship No. 202-C

1,725.00

Warwick No. 203-C

2,675.00

Millsboro No. 204-C

800.00

Frankford No. 206-C

3,700.00

Selbyville No. 210-C

1,770.00

Delmar No. 2121/2-C

2,225.00

Owens Corner No. 213-C

2,475.00

Portsville No. 214-C

1,665.00

Ross Point No. 215-C

1,977.00

Concord No. 216-C

1,120.00

Blocksom's No. 128-C

2,325.00

Middleford No. 219-C

2,675.00

Bridgeville No. 220-C

4,350.00

Trinity No. 221-C

1,230.00

Greenwood No. 222-C

3,500.00

Hollyville No. 224-C

2,476.00

Warwick No. 225-C

4,300.00

Williamsville No. 226-C

2,740.00

Nanticoke Indian

1,650.00

BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION

WILMINGTON, DELAWARE

Administration Building

3,000.00

No. 19

400.00

No. 20

550.00

No. 21

600.00

No. 28

5,000.00

Harlan

6,000.00

Williams

2,000.00

Wilmington High School

23,000.00

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

To Defray All Costs of Supervision and Administration of This Act

52,300.00

GRAND TOTAL

$933,517.00

Section 4. The sums hereby appropriated shall not revert to the General Fund of the State at the end of any fiscal year, but shall be available to the State Board of Education for carrying out the purposes of this Act.

Section 5. Any balances left in any account which is appropriated for the benefit of a school shall, in the event that the school is closed in conformity with the law, be placed in a special account to be used by the State Board of Education as a contingency fund for maintenance purposes.

Section 6. All contracts let in respect to the carrying out of the purposes of this Act shall be accompanied by proof of possession of workmen's compensation and public liability insurance.

Section 7. This Act shall be known as a Supplementary Appropriation Act, and the money hereby appropriated shall be paid by the State Treasurer, upon warrants of the proper officials of the agencies herein provided for drawn according to law, out of moneys deposited in the Farmers' Bank of the State of Delaware, at Dover, consisting of money received from the sale of bonds authorized by an Act of this 116th General Assembly of the State of Delaware, entitled "AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE STATE OF DELAWARE TO BORROW A CERTAIN SUM OF MONEY FOR SUNDRY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS AND EXPENDITURES IN THE NATURE OF CAPITAL INVESTMENTS, AND TO ISSUE BONDS THEREFOR."

Approved May 28, 1951.