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During the spring and summer of 2018, we asked the community for input on the facility challenges we are facing as a district. Residents provided feedback at public meetings and in a community-wide survey, and a resounding 83% of respondents said they supported the need to improve facilities in our district to better serve our students.

Our School Board, in partnership with our community-based Facilities and Finance Committees, evaluated the options to address the problems we are facing, which include inadequate instructional settings, facilities that are not up to code, and increasing maintenance costs to maintain our aging buildings. 

The goal was to find a cost-effective solution that will continue to propel our community forward with a strong, sustainable, and successful school district.

 Please read through the information provided for a detailed look at our facility challenges and proposed solutions.

Why Now?

The school board is proposing a plan that will address the district’s most critical needs. It provides an improved instructional model and a direct benefit to students. This includes:

  • School security and student safety
  • Aging Elementary building
  • Science, Career, and Technical Education
  • ADA Compliance

School security and student safety

As a school district, ensuring a safe and secure environment for our students is our number one priority. This plan includes building a singular, secure entrance within the renovation/addition at the elementary school. It also includes remodeling the middle/high school to create a singular, secure entrance.

Aging Elementary building

The district is facing increasingly high maintenance costs at our elementary building, which was last updated in 1988. Issues include leaking windows and doors, failing HVAC and plumbing systems, an outdated and often-used elevator, non-ADA-compliant restrooms, and a gym floor that is unsuitable for many athletics and activities.

Science, Career, and Technical Education

The district strives to give students the skills and education they need to be successful in life after graduation. Career and Technical education offers students a comprehensive set of skills designed to give them practical work experiences. This practical training and technical subject matter can prepare students for higher education as well as a full-time job. Two-thirds of US companies are reporting a shortage of qualified applicants for technical positions, and these classes help prepare students for lucrative and rewarding work, with or without a 4 year degree.

With this in mind, this plan includes the expansion of the FAB and Auto labs and STEM/Robotics classrooms, as well as a renovation of our science labs, which are over 60 years old. All of these

Athletic Upgrades and ADA Compliance

Portions of our athletic facilities are not currently code-compliant and this plan includes fixes for those issues. This includes sidewalk access to all athletic fields and remodeling bathrooms and locker rooms to ensure the district is meeting ADA requirements.

This plan also addresses the capacity issues in the high school gym by removing the old, unused stage and creating more seating for high-attendance events.

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