School Building Improvement Bond
Work has begun on the voter approved eight-year, School Building Improvement Bond. The bond will rebuild three high schools and replace one grade school. It will also fix leaking and deteriorating roofs, and make seismic safety, access and science classroom upgrades at up to 63 other schools.
For the summer of 2014 a new group of twelve schools from across the district will receive improvement projects. In 2013 work at six schools were completed on time and on budget employing hundreds of workers from local companies.
Master planning for the full modernization of the historic Franklin and Roosevelt high schools and the replacement of Faubion PK-8 is underway and we are seeking your input at a series of upcoming Public Design Workshops.
PPS is building futures and we need your help. Attend an upcoming Public Design Workshop.
The Bond Accountability Committee communicates key information related to the bond to the School Board, public groups, organizations and stakeholders. [Read more]
Bond Details & Timeline
The $482 million school construction bond prioritizes: high schools, seismic upgrades, increased accessibility and existing partnerships that include capital funding commitments that leverage bond funds. Learn Bond details and see a timeline here [View timeline]View the one-year Bond progress report presented to the School Board
Frequently Asked Questions: Learn more about bond project budgets, design decision making and public involvement pathways.
12 schools are receiving improvements this summer. Visit the 2014 summer project webpage for more information.
Important information about the summer closure of the Creston Children’s Dental Clinic.
Bond Project Status
Got questions about the Franklin or Roosevelt modernization or the Faubion rebuild? Get the FAQ's:
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Is PPS spending $482m bond well? January 23, 2014