• Capital replacement, maintenance and repairs – keeping students safe, dry and warm: $133,772,000

    • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning to improve air quality and efficiency 
    • Heating and cooling automation to increase energy efficiency and sustainability
    • Security camera upgrades for improved safety and security 
    • Add fire sprinkler systems for safety and to meet building/fire safety code
    • Doors and windows
    • Pavement (parking lots, drives, sidewalks, ramps and exterior stairs)
    • Roofing
    • Electrical power and lighting
    • Plumbing  
    • Asbestos abatement    
    • Exterior walls         
    • Flooring         
    • Retaining walls, drainage and water retainage
    • Asphalt patching and sealing
    • Energy reduction/generation

    Technology – keeping students connected to learning: $38,520,000

    • Replace aging classroom technology (interactive flat panels)
    • Add secondary internet connection for emergency disaster recovery
    • Redesign district fiber networks across the 68 square-mile district (bury the fiber network in-ground) to avoid outages and disruption to internet connection and instruction
    • Upgrade districtwide technology network (equipment refresh, wireless, backup power, cooling for data closets)

    Ensuring accessibility for all students: $6,278,000

    • Projects to support students, staff and community members with disabilities including ramps, sidewalks, curbs, elevators and replacing stairs to remove access barriers

    Safe and accessible elementary and preschool playgrounds: $9,585,000

    • Replace old elementary and preschool playgrounds to ensure safety and accessibility for 
      all students

    Classrooms, restrooms, cafeterias, early childhood and athletics: $76,845,000

    • Classroom addition to River Bend Elementary and storm shelter (required building code)
    • Add four student therapy rooms at the current Early Childhood Center
    • Renovate old restrooms districtwide
    • Recondition four old high school pools
    • Renovate aging locker rooms at four high schools
    • Renovations to North High to complete phase two of the master plan
    • Construct a second Early Childhood Center location to meet the increasing need for early childhood and preschool programs which exceeds our current capacity
    • Update kitchen and cook area at North High to meet health standards
    • Update kitchen and cafe at Central High consistent with other schools

    NO-TAX-RATE-INCREASE BOND ISSUE: $265,000,000