According to a facilities study conducted by Quad 3 Architects, Lewisburg and presented to the Southern Tioga School board in August by architect Sam Scarantino, the total repairs needed for capital projects needed over 10 years is approximately $9.5 million.

Liberty Elementary School needs more than $2 million in repairs within 10 years.

The total for work at LES needing to be done in years one to three is $287,500; in years three to five, $1.24 million and years five through 10, $754,500.

At North Penn-Liberty High School, work totals $1.78 million.

In the first three years, Scarantino reported $125,800 needs doing; in years three to five, $790,500; and in years five to 10, $862,000.

At Blossburg Elementary School, work totals $2.1 million; with $342,000 needed in years one to three; $564,000 in years three to five and $1.24 million in years five to 10.

At North Penn-Mansfield High School, work totals $1.8 million, with $151,500 in years one to three; $530,000 in years three to five and $1.11 million in years five to 10.