How often the leak recurs suggests the district has done little to fully fix it.
About $100 million has been earmarked for building fixtures through the Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (ESPLOST) to replace heating and cooling, electrical, plumbing and other major systems, the district said.
The district’s computerized maintenance management system prioritizes issues across the district. For heating and cooling issues, district officials said those requests are prioritized according to what that impact, from one classroom all the way up to the entire school.
In July, when asked about the various states of disrepair at district buildings, Superintendent Steve Green said it would take about $2 billion to fix all facilities problems.