School board OKs new technology, audio/visual

By David Fleet
Goodrich — On Monday night the school board of trustees voted 7-0 to approve Davison-based Digital Age Technologies a bid for audio/visual systems upgrades for the district. The cost of the bid package is $394,908.
“If all the equipment comes in on time, the new audio/visual will become functional by fall 2023,” said Mike Baszler, district superintendent.
The bid package includes demolition services, installation services, technology equipment, cabling, and programming to support the upcoming makerspace renovations at Reid Elementary School, Goodrich Middle School, and Goodrich High School.
In addition, the project includes replacing audio/visual equipment in multiple spaces throughout the District’s educational buildings that were not included in the Classroom AV bid package.
The new classroom is just one of the voter approved bond extension projects.
On Aug. 4, 2020 school district voters approved a $20,930,000 bond extension proposal. The bond did not increase taxes rather extend the debt out until about 2030.

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