Bond Project Signs

Updated on Thu, 11/01/2018 - 2:32pm
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As part of the 2016 Bond Program, signs were placed at each district school and facility scheduled to receive improvements as part of the community's $350 million investment in Five Star Schools. These signs will remain at schools and facilities throughout the five-year bond program, both as a way to keep school communities informed about work planned for their school and also as a reminder of the investment voters made to students and staff through the support of the bond program.

Because bond projects are spread out over a five-year time frame, these signs are being updated, as projects finish or enter new phases, to keep our school community informed about the status of planned work. 

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COMPLETED means all bond improvement work planned for a school or a facility as part of the 2016 Bond Program has been finished.

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PRIMARY WORK COMPLETED means that, while the majority of bond work planned for a school or facility has been finished, additional work, such as a roof replacement, may take place at a later point.

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WORK UNDERWAY indicates that bond work at school or facility may require multiple phases of work that will likely be spread out over two or more years.

 

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