Bringing Out the Best

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Bond Projects Summary

School districts issue bonds for one-time expenditures, such as construction, acquisition and equipment, as well as purchasing necessary sites for school buildings.

Total of all Projects: $194.729 million
Falcon Zone Planning Projects Cost in Millions
F1 K-8 in Meridian Corridor $29.877
F2 Expansion at Falcon High School $14.194
F3 Specialized spaces for CTE at FHS $2.000
F4 K-8 on Rolling Thunder (West of Walmart) $29.877
F5 Convert Falcon Elementary to Early Childhood Center $3.800
$79.748 million


POWER Zone Planning Projects Cost in Millions
P1 Expansion at Vista Ridge High School $14.194
P2 Specialized spaces for CTE at VRHS $2.000
P3 K-8 in Indigo Ranch $29.877
$46.071 million


Sand Creek Zone Planning Projects Cost in Millions
S1 Additional Capacity at Horizon Middle School $9.847
S2 Purchase County Parkland adjacent to HMS $.500
S3 Specialized spaces for CTE at SCHS $3.000
$13.347 million


iConnect Zone Planning Projects Cost in Millions
iC1 Refinance and Expand Falcon Virtual Academy $8.486
iC2 Charter High School in Banning Lewis Ranch $29.877
iC3 Expanded and Specialized spaces at Patriot LC $.200
$38.563 million


Districtwide Planning Projects Cost in Millions
D1 Purchase Building at Pony Tracks and Peterson $3.700
D2 Renovate Pony Tracks Building for ECE and Special Ed $.800
D3 Secure Entries, Traffic Enhancements, and Deferred Maintenance $12.500
$17.000 million

Mill Levy Override Summary

To support the programs and operations, not only in new construction, but also in response to new requirements, capital enhancements require support from operational resources.

Programs

  • Expand existing academies and new CTE options in the Falcon Zone
  • Expand IB programming and add manufacturing and other CTE options in the Sand Creek Zone
  • Increase academic coaching support and provide additional online courses district-wide through the iConnect Zone
  • Increase STEM programming K-12 and offer more options for concurrent enrollment in the POWER Zone

Technology

  • Classroom Technology, including expansion of the 1-to-1 initiative for iPads in grades 3-8
  • Enhancing Infrastructure, especially wireless and bandwidth to support more devices and more reliable bandwidth
  • Preparing for CMAS, PARCC, and other technology-based test systems
  • Establishing guest user networks and support systems to allow students and others appropriate use of personal devices

Safety

  • Increase the presence, training, and equipment for district security officers at more of our buildings
  • Increase support for radios, video surveillance, card readers, and other safety technologies
  • Create additional resources to manage traffic patterns

Strategic Compensation

  • Invest in a multi-year transition to differentiated compensation based on achievement and market factors
  • Increase staff pay in support of strategic priorities and support for our strategic plan
  • Support transitional positions to optimize new facilities and implement new and mandated programs such as testing and graduation requirements.