This is year five in the Randolph County School System’s Nine-Year Facility Plan in which, to date, $1,172,975 has been spent on upgrades, renovations and other items.


During the 2018-2019 school year, the following are on track:


Archdale-Trinity


Plans to build a new middle school in the Archdale-Trinity zone continue to be developed. It is the school system’s intent to start construction on this school in August 2019. At this time, the school is projected to open for the 2021-2022 school year.


Eastern Randolph High School


A new facility for the new Metals Manufacturing Program will open on the school’s campus. The program began during the 2017-2018 school year as a result of the school system’s receipt of $720,000 in “Golden LEAF” funding in April 2017. RCSS’ application for this funding, submitted as a partnership with Asheboro City Schools and Randolph Community College, was made possible by the Randolph County commissioners’ efforts to contribute $240,000 in matching funds.


Southwestern Randolph High School


Renovations at the Ivey B. Luck Stadium should be complete by the first home football game on Aug. 31. The stadium seats have been replaced at a cost of $450,000 and the athletic lights for $130,350. In addition, updates to the cooking lab will be done for a cost of $22,225.


Tabernacle Elementary School


Projects will include replacement windows, $28,300; replacement doors, $15,975; a covered walkway, $18,000; and roof replacement, $98,000.


Trindale Elementary


the roof will be replaced for $120,000.


Trinity High School


Projects include roof replacement, $59,000; and replacing athletic lighting, $130,350.