If Limestone County voters approve a 1-cent sales tax in August, the money county schools would receive over a 10-year period would go entirely to schools, county school officials said.

The following is a school-by-school list of how the money would be spent:

• Clements High School: new elementary school, $11 million; roof on main building, $250,000; paving and widening of road in front of school, $100,000, all in 2007; replace old gym roof and renovation, $300,000 in 2008; middle school and high school renovation and cafeteria roof, $490,000 in 2009; repair drainage and pave front, $200,000 in 2011.

• Ardmore High School: Roof on middle school building, $125,000; new gym, $3.5 million, all in 2007; cafeteria expansion, $400,000 in 2010; new middle school and middle school renovation, $12.4 million in 2011.

• Elkmont High School: New elementary school, $11 million; agriculture and home economics building roof repair, $115,000, all in 2007; lower elementary and library roof and new treatment plant and close lagoon, $555,000 in 2008; middle school and high school renovation and roofs on elementaries, $555,000 in 2009; cafeteria expansion, $400,000 in 2010.

• East Limestone High School: New gymnasium, $3.5 million; close lagoon, $100,000, all in 2007; replace cafeteria roof, $80,000 in 2008; construction of second elementary school and middle school and middle school renovation, $23.3 million in 2011.

• Owens Elementary: New elementary gymnasium, $1.5 million; new treatment plant, $325,000, all in 2007; paving, $100,000 in 2008; main roof in the main lobby, library and classes in front lobby, $160,000 in 2009; cafeteria expansion, $300,000 in 2010.

• West Limestone High School: Purchase of land for expansion purposes, $300,000 in 2007; new gym and roof on kindergarten classes, $3.545 million in 2009; elementary school renovation, $1 million in 2010; new elementary school, middle school and high school renovation, $12.4 million in 2011.

• Tanner High School: New treatment plant, $400,000 in 2007; old gym renovation, purchase of land and renovation and roof on middle school building and middle school roof beside new gym, $505,000, all in 2008; renovation of front lobby and office area, $300,000 in 2009; special education complex, cafeteria and front office renovation, $2.7 million in 2010; new elementary school and middle school and high school renovation, $12.7 million in 2011.

• Johnson Elementary: New treatment plant, $325,000 in 2007.

• Piney Chapel Elementary: Remove skylights and roof repair, $55,000 in 2008.

• Career Technical School: Additions and renovations, $500,000 in 2010.

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