The district will take money from its permanent improvement fund to pay for the work, Wesney told the board of education recently.
School district voters in November approved a 6.9-mill levy. School district officials have said one mill of that levy goes to permanent improvements.
The entire levy raises about $12.3 million per year for the schools, according to the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office.
Centerville is now accepting bids for the project that has an estimated base bid of $1,340,900, district records show.
Bids will be accepted until 3 p.m. Dec. 8, according to the district. Sealed bids for furnishing all labor, materials and equipment for the project will be opened at that time.
Bids may be mailed or delivered in person to Wesney at 111 Virginia Ave., Centerville, Ohio 45458.