BERNARDS TWP., NJ -- An update on long-term planning for facilities in the Bernards Township school district is scheduled to be presented on Monday night at the last Board of Education meeting before school reopens on Sept. 5.

School district business administrator Rod McLaughlin is scheduled to give the presentation near the beginning of the meeting, set to begin at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 26, in the conference room at the board office at 101 Peachtree Road in Basking Ridge.

Chief among the long-term projects that the school board is considering is a $7 million renovation and addition at Ridge High School. On June 17, the Board of Education authorized Spiezle Architectural Group to draft plans and design bid documents for an expanded food production area and several classrooms. No final decision was made at that time.

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The superintendent's report on Monday's published agenda also includes an update on the Ridge master schedule.

Appointment of new Annin assistant principal on agenda

The agenda also calls upon the board to approve a number of appointments and resignations, including approval of Thomas Sharples​ as assistant principal at the William Annin Middle School for the coming school year. 

The school district is also set to accept donations from the Ridge Touchdown Club, Ridge Runners Track Team, Ridge Marching Band and the Ridge Booster Club.