Facility Needs were Identified by Community-Based District Facilities Advisory Committee
Architects, engineers and a community-based facilities committee reviewed District facilities and identified needs to extend the life of District buildings or improve educational space for student learning.
A facilities assessment was conducted by architects and engineers to identify the District’s biggest facility needs, including safety issues, instructional space, overcrowding and maintenance.
Last year, the School Board appointed a 40-member community-based District Facility Advisory Committee (DFAC) to take a comprehensive look at each school and make recommendations for a potential school bond.
The DFAC recommendation includes building upgrades and improvements, safety and security projects, technology infrastructure, accessibility projects and new construction to add space for student learning and projected growth.
DFAC Long-Range Facilities Plan
The following projects were recommended by the DFAC in priority order: