Centennial Elementary School
Bond Passed - You did it! Thanks to your support, on Nov 8 the $350 million bond passed and will benefit every student, every school and every community.
The 2016 Bond Program provides every school with funding for needed building improvements. See below for Centennial's specific construction timeline of projects.
*To ensure the bond program provides significant investments in every student, every school and every community, the Five Star District used six primary considerations to determine the timeline of districtwide and school-by-school investments over the course of the multi-year bond program.
2018: All proposed work listed below in building structure [minus replacing the roof], building interiors, equipment & furnishings, building systems/safety & security, capacity/overcrowding, and renovations & remodels
2021: Roof replacement
*Timeline for Instructional Upgrades is dependent on the specific upgrades selected by our school community. More information to follow.
Anthem P-8 School scheduled to open in August 2018 to address overcrowding
- Repair/restore roof sections to extend service life
- Repair building structure and systems in the crawlspace
- Repair, restore or replace failing classroom partitions
Equipment & Furnishings
- Replace playground for greater safety and ADA accessibility
Building Systems / Safety & Security
- Address site drainage to prevent water intrusion into building
- Relocate gas line for increased safety and current code compliance
- Replace deteriorating sewer system components
- Replace failing water lines
- Replace heating and cooling system components for comfort and increased reliability
- Upgrade electrical distribution panels for increased capacity
- Install electronic card access to promote a safe and secure building
- Upgrade school intercom system to meet safety requirements
- Install digital security camera system
Capacity / Overcrowding
- Build a new school in the Anthem neighborhood to address community growth and prevent future overcrowding *Population Relief
Renovations & Remodels
- Remodel priority items, such as ceilings, walls, floors, windows, doors, painting upgrades, paving restoration, lunch rooms, classrooms and bathrooms *Significant Renovation
- Repair or replace specials (music, art, gym) program components such as wall panels, ceiling tiles, flooring and program specific equipment
- Each school is provided with funding for instructional upgrades that will be determined through a collaborative process with the school and community. Categories can include furniture, technology, space modifications, safety & security upgrades and specials/electives.