Cape Elizabeth School Building Committee

Web links can changes from time-to-time. As of October 19, 2020, the most up-to date information on the School Building Committee can be found on our school website. 

Our school:

Our Town:


** Watch** previous School Building Committee meetings. Links below bring you to CETV. 

October 29, 2019 (I couldn't get this video to play...)

November 5, 2019

January 7, 2020

February 4, 2020

March 4, 2020

Current links of interest to the Cape Elizabeth School Building Committee  (last updated 10-19-2020)

Links below bring you to the Cape Elizabeth School District website.


pdf 2019: Architect Assessment Report

pdf 2020: Architect's Presentation

pdf 2020: Enrollment Study

Meetings, Minutes, Documents in CESD folders:

View all 2018-2020: Needs & School Building Commitee

View all 2019-2020: School Building Committee documents


View by Meeting Date (list of documents included):

October 22, 2019 (agenda, minutes)

October 29, 2019 (needs assessment report)

November 5, 2019 (minutes)

January 7, 2020 (agenda, presentation, minutes)

February 4, 2020 (agenda, District Goals, Architect's Presentation, Building Committee Minutes, Building Committee Meeting Q & A)

March 4, 2020 (agenda, 20 years history of maintenance expenses, Colby Company Suggestions (options), School Enrollment Projection, Student Enrollment October 1st FY20, February 4th Group Discussion, Roof Aerials, Building Committee Minutes March 4, 2020)

March 17, 2020 (agenda)

October 20, 2020 (agenda, enrollment study, Colby Co Suggestions)

One-Town Concept

Wondering about our "One-Town Concept?" 

This info is directly from our town website:

"One-Town Concept

In order to preserve services at the least cost, a One-Town Concept operates to reduce the budget for both the School Department and non-school departments. For example, the school human resources and payroll coordinators also perform those services for non-school departments. The Facilities Department is responsible for all town buildings, including the school campus, and is funded from both the school department and non-school department budgets. Similarly, the Information Technology Department is operated out of the school department with partial non-school department funding, but is responsible for technology needs town-wide. The Public Works Department, which is funded from the non-school department budget, is responsible for plowing the school campus and maintaining all athletic fields."