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Program Scope

  • Technology ($40 million) funds will update campus instructional technology hardware every five years, upgrade district-wide infrastructure such as the wide area network, fiber and wireless capability and provide for other emerging needs and new technologies. These funds impact all campuses.

  • Renovations/Upgrades ($38 million) funds will convert existing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems to geothermal when systems wear out and where it is feasible, resulting in energy savings over time. Also included are upgrades, replacements and repairs related to health, safety and instructional needs, along with vehicles and equipment for the custodial and maintenance departments, and upgrades to irrigation controls which result in efficiency and savings as technology improves. These funds impact almost all campuses (age of campus consideration).

  • Transportation ($12 million) funds will provide for buses to accommodate additional routes as the District adds more schools and 14,000 new students.

  • Construction/Demographics ($7 million) funds will provide for personnel to manage construction projects and to pay for demographic studies and analysis, both components in effective planning and opening schools on time and on or under budget.

  • Security ($3.7 million) funds will replace and upgrade surveillance cameras and servers as they wear out and provide for new security devices and programs as they emerge. These funds impact all schools.

  • Energy Management ($2.5 million) funds will convert old lighting systems to newer standards, which results in energy cost savings and rebates.

Summer 2015 Projects

Technology

  • A majority of campuses received some sort of technology upgrade, whether it was new computers, mobile devices, projectors, phones, or network and wireless updates. Several also received new library furniture or the library was remodeled. Click here for a full breakdown of instructional technology hardware and library and systems enhancements added by campus.

Renovations/Upgrades

  • Heating and cooling systems at Bright, Borchardt and Fisher elementary schools are being converted to geothermal, which use less energy and are cheaper to maintain than traditional systems. Additional work will be needed at the schools in summer 2016 to complete the transition.

  • Heating and cooling components were replaced at Clark, Staley, Pioneer Heritage and Wester middle schools, as well as the Student Opportunity Center, where systems have aged.

  • Staley Middle School received a new fire suppression system due to corrosion of the old system.

  • New backflow prevention devices were installed at Rogers Elementary and the Laura Ellison Child Development Center to protect potable water supplies.

  • Tennis courts at Centennial and Lone Star high schools and Clark, Pioneer Heritage and Wester middle schools were resurfaced, along with tracks at Clark, Griffin and Scoggins middle schools.

  • Playground equipment was replaced at Bright, Gunstream, Smith and Rogers elementary schools.

  • More than 65,000 square feet of roof was replaced at Frisco High School.

Summer 2016 Projects

Technology

  • Many buildings received some sort of technology upgrade, whether it be new computers, mobile devices, projectors, phones, or network and wireless updates. Several also received new library furniture or the library was remodeled. Click here for a full breakdown of instructional technology hardware and library and systems enhancements added by campus.

Renovations/Upgrades

  • 3,600 square feet of turf was installed outdoors at all elementary schools. The play areas reduce maintenance costs, promote water conservation and increase opportunities for students to be active despite weather conditions.

  • Heating and cooling systems at Bright, Borchardt, Fisher and Spears elementary schools were converted to geothermal, which use less energy and are cheaper to maintain than traditional systems. 

  • The cafeteria at Staley Middle School was upgraded and heat pumps, energy management controls and voice and data network cables were replaced.

  • Boilers were replaced at Clark Middle School, Smith Elementary, Anderson Elementary and Shawnee Trail Elementary.

  • Painting projects were completed at Clark and Wester middle schools and Rogers, Sparks, Gunstream, Boals, Elliott, Tadlock and Taylor elementary schools.

  • Athletic turf was replaced at Wakeland High School.

  • Tennis courts at Lone Star High School and Griffin Middle School were resurfaced, along with tracks at Heritage and Lone Star high schools and Cobb, Hunt and Maus middle schools.

  • Portions of the roof at Centennial High School and Clark Middle School were replaced.

  • Outdoor lighting at Centennial, Frisco, Heritage, Lone Star and Wakeland high schools was retrofitted with LED lights, which are more energy efficient.

Summer 2017 Projects

Technology

  • Many buildings are receiving some sort of technology upgrade, whether it be new computers, mobile devices, projectors, phones, or network and wireless updates. Several also received new library furniture or the library was remodeled. Click here for a full breakdown of instructional technology hardware and library and systems enhancements added by campus.

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