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BOND PROGRAM 2010 INFORMATION
 

General Information



What is the purpose of the bond election?
The 2010 Bond Program would rebuild four middle schools and make necessary mechanical and electrical upgrades and renovations to nine elementary and middle school sites.  These renovations will save Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) $410,000 in operating costs annually and provide our children with safe, modern learning environments.

This is the second of three phases of construction. The first phase was high schools, and elementary schools will be the final phase. The elementary school phase will be carefully reviewed for school utilization and neighborhood impact.

    The amount of the bond is $118 million

    This bond is projected to not raise the tax rate


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Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What will the money be used for?
A:  Middle School/Elementary Renovations and Building Replacements  
 Building Systems Replacements and Upgrades      
 Energy Efficiency Projects         
 Student Transportation Vehicles   Campus Site Upgrades 
Q: Which schools will be rebuilt and/or renovated or receive mechanical, roofing or parking lot maintenance?
A: Anasazi – Mechanical & Electrical Systems      $     994,000 
Cherokee – Mechanical & Electrical $  1,202,006
Tavan Annex – Prefabricated Metal Building with Decorative Façade & Sitework $     985,000
Tavan – Plumbing & Roof Upgrades $     125,000
Yavapai – Mechanical, Multiple Purpose Room, Classroom Renovations $  8,043,196
ANLC – Rebuild Campus w/Full Size Multiple Purpose Room $16,500,000
Cocopah – Rebuild Campus $22,300,000
Copper Ridge – Mechanical System Upgrade $  1,250,000
Desert Canyon – Mechanical System & Roofing Upgrade $  2,000,000
Ingleside – Rebuild Campus $16,300,000
Mohave – Rebuild Campus  $25,000,000
Mountainside – Renovations & Upgrades $  3,500,000
Supai – Renovations & Reroofing $  2,411,238
DMHS – Waterproofing $     550,000
Saguaro – Replace Gym Roof and Mechanical Systems $     305,000
District-wide – Parking Lots & Exterior Efficient Lighting  $  4,125,000
Q: How will this benefit students?
A: Students will have safe, modern learning environments.
Q: What is the operational saving to SUSD?
A: More than $410,000 in operating costs will be saved annually due to efficient systems.
Q: Is funding provided by the state for these types of projects?
A: No. Over the past several years, the State has eliminated the much needed Building Renewal Fund that had helped SUSD maintain and repair its buildings. Since 2007, the District has not received $23 million in Building Renewal Funds.
Q: When will the election be held?
A: The election will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2010.
  
 

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