San Diego Unified Schools: Vote Yes on Measure YY Bonds - San Diego County - 2018 general Election
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Welcome to the Yes No on Measure YY Campaign

#HonestBallots Movement

Your San Diego County Registrar of Voters printed and circulated ballots for this measure that didn't conform to the law. The registrar ignored our Notice and Demand to follow the law. The legislature makes this a crime. (See: How 25 County Registrars Committed A Crime.)

If you want to get really steamed up about the collusion between your Registrar and San Diego Unified Schools to lie and cheat in order to steal your taxes, you can read the letter for yourself.

Do you want to give this district a Thanksgiving surprise? Please call or text me (with #HonestBalllots, San Diego, 0634320, and your name) at 909-378-5401 right now for details. It's urgent and very time-sensitive.

Are you sure you want vote to support this extravagant measure? It has no accountability.

This campaign was designed by a member of the school bonds cartel. We figured out just the right words to get you to you to open up your checkbook.

We'd also like to introduce you to our partners -- bond lawyers, brokers, wealthy investors, architects, management firms, construction companies, and trade unions. We all stand to make a ton of money on these bonds. Our profits come right off the top, before a penny is actually spent on improving the facilities.

We're not just doing it for the money. We like to show off our work in Architectural Digest and other places where the rich and famous congregate.

Remember, we've taken a lot of risk. We gave money to get your governing board members elected, so they'd be sure to remember us when we came around for a hand-out later.

It's just business-as-usual, here in sunny Corruptifornia.

Please don't read the fine print. That's just put in by the lawyers to make what we're going to do to for you legal.

When you see highlighting in the documents below, it to see the commentary.

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Measure YY Question

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San Diego Neighborhood School Repair and Student Safety Measure

To improve Neighborhood and Charter schools by:

  •  Improving school security, emergency communications, controlled-entry points, door locks;
  •  Upgrading classrooms/labs for vocational/career, science, technology, math education;
  •  Repairing foundations, bathrooms/plumbing;
  •  Removing lead in drinking water and hazardous asbestos;

Shall San Diego Unified School District issue $3.5 billion in bonds at legal rates, projecting levy of 6-cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 39 years, estimating $193 million average annual repayments, requiring independent annual audits and citizen oversight?

Bonds—Yes Bonds—No

This measure requires approval by 55% of those voting on the measure.

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Impartial Analysis for Measure YY

COUNTY COUNSEL IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS

This measure was placed on the ballot by the governing board of the San Diego Unified School District ("District"). This measure, if approved by 55% of the votes cast on the measure, will authorize the District to issue and sell $3,500,000,000 in general obligation bonds. The sale of these bonds by the District is for the purpose of raising money for the District, and represents a debt of the District. In exchange for the money received from bondholders, the District promises to pay the bondholders an amount of interest for a certain period of time, and to repay the bonds on the expiration date.

Voter approval of this measure will also authorize an annual tax to be levied upon the taxable property within the District. The purpose of this tax is to generate sufficient revenue to pay interest on the bonds as it becomes due and to provide a fund for payment of the principal on or before maturity.

Proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this measure may be used by the District for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for school facilities.

The interest rate on any bond, which is established at the time of bond issuance, could not exceed 12% per annum. The final maturity date of any bond could be no later than 40 years after the date the bonds are issued, as determined by the District.

The tax authorized by this measure is consistent with the requirements of the California Constitution. The California Constitution permits property taxes, above the standard 1% limitation, to be levied upon real property to pay the interest and redemption charges on any bonded indebtedness for, among other things, the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, when approved by 55% of the voters if:

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COUNTY COUNSEL IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS (CONTINUED)

  1. (1) the proceeds from the sale of the bonds are used only for the purposes specified,
  2. (2) the District evaluates safety, class size reduction, and information technology needs to approve a list of specific projects to be funded,
  3. (3) the District conducts an annual, independent performance audit to ensure funds have been expended on the specific projects listed, and
  4. (4) the District conducts an annual, independent financial audit of bond proceeds.

Additionally, if the bond measure is approved, state law requires the District to establish an independent citizens' oversight committee. The District has made this ballot measure subject to these legal requirements.

Approval of this measure does not guarantee that the specific projects listed by the District will be funded by the sale of the bonds.

A "YES" vote is a vote in favor of authorizing the District to issue and sell $3,500,000,000 in general obligation bonds.

A "NO" vote is a vote against authorizing the District to issue and sell $3,500,000,000 in general obligation bonds.

The above statement is an impartial analysis of Measure YY. If you desire a copy of the measure, please call the San Diego County Registrar of Voters at (858) 565-5800 or the San Diego Unified School District at (619) 725-8000, and a copy will be mailed at no cost to you. Measure YY is also available on the Internet at https://www.sandiegounified.org

If Measure YY is approved, the Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District will appoint a citizens' oversight committee and conduct annual independent audits to assure that bond funds are spent only on the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for school facilities, and for no other purposes.

Approval of Measure YY does not guarantee that the proposed project or projects in the San Diego Unified School District that are the subject of bonds under Measure YY will be funded beyond the local revenues generated by Measure YY. The District's proposal for the project or projects assumes the receipt of matching State funds, which could be subject to appropriation by the Legislature or approval of a statewide bond measure.

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Argument in Favor of Measure YY

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ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE YY

San Diego Neighborhood Schools
Repair and Student Safety Measure

IMPROVING SECURITY FOR 130,000 STUDENTS AT 200+ NEIGHBORHOOD AND CHARTER SCHOOLS.

  •  Guard against dangerous intruders
  •  Cameras/improved emergency communication
  •  Upgraded security doors, fencing and locks
  •  Improved fire/smoke alarms
  •  Enhanced earthquake safety

"A recent attempted school shooting in Northern California was thwarted and no children or teachers were hurt because the school was equipped with safety upgrades and trained staff."
- Michael Marquez
San Diego Schools Police Chief

PROTECTING THE HEALTH OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS.

Remove lead from school drinking fountains, hazardous asbestos from ceilings and floors, lead paint and mold from school walls.

"Removing lead, asbestos and other dangerous chemicals from our schools is essential for protecting student health."
- Dr. Martin T. Stein, M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics, University of California, San Diego

CRITICAL REPAIRS TO AGING CLASSROOMS.

Many schools are 60+ years old. Measure YY will replace frayed wiring, aging plumbing and leaky roofs; renovate outdated electrical/heating systems; and fix cracked sidewalks, broken steps and deteriorating bathrooms.

Measure YY continues San Diego's program to repair and upgrade every Neighborhood and Charter school.

PREPARING STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE AND 21ST CENTURY JOBS.

  •  Renovate classrooms/science labs with up-to-date technology for teaching math, science, engineering and technology to help students enter college and succeed in a modern economy.
  •  Expand vocational education/job training facilities to teach skills needed in the current and future economy to ensure non-college bound students obtain good-paying, 21st Century jobs.

ACCOUNTABILITY/STRICT TAXPAYER SAFEGUARDS BUILT RIGHT IN.

  •  ANNUAL, INDEPENDENT AUDITS.
  •  INDEPENDENT CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.
  •  NO FUNDS FOR ADMINISTRATORS' SALARIES OR PENSIONS.
  •  DETAILED PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PLAN.
  •  LOCAL FUNDING SPENT LOCALLY THAT SACRAMENTO CANNOT TAKE AWAY.

PLATINUM STANDARD FOR OPENNESS/TRANSPARENCY.

Past bonds have a perfect score for transparency from San Diego Taxpayers Association Education Fund and a AAA Bond Rating (the highest possible).

YES ON MEASURE YY.

Repair and Safety for Our Neighborhood and Charter Schools

sandiegoschoolsafetyandrepair.org

SCOTT BARNETT
President, SD Taxpayers Advocate
Former Executive Director
San Diego County Taxpayers Association

SARAH DICKMAN
Classroom Teacher
Teacher of the Year 2018

MEL KATZ
Business Leader, Former Chair,
S.D. Workforce Partnership

AMY REDDING
President, PTA

MICHAEL MARQUEZ
Chief of Police
San Diego Schools Police Department

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Rebuttal to Argument in Favor of Measure YY

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REBUTTAL TO THE ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE YY

VOTE NO ON MEASURE YY

Voters approved $6.4 Billion in new taxes for San Diego Unified over the past 20 years and now they want you to cough up another $3.5 Billion – on many of the SAME PROJECTS they promised us the last TWO times!

Did you know the number of enrolled students at San Diego Unified School District has dropped 11% since it started borrowing money for school construction? Enrollment fell from 142,260 in 2000-01 to 127,112 in 2017-18. 15,000 less students!

Enough is enough!

While SDUSD's argument tries to scare you into agreement, what is truly frightening is the amount of cash they want you to hand over.

By the time this is over, between bonds and interest payments, generations of taxpayers will have shouldered an additional $7.5 Billion – and yet SDUSD has NOT implemented the taxpayer protections we demanded – and which hindsight has now proven were ominously necessary.

What makes us think this time will be any different?

NO guarantee of Fair and Open Competition?

Perhaps worst of all, instead of addressing years of disregarded upkeep and maintenance, they are kicking the can down the road with hundreds of millions in NEW debt to cover up what they were supposed to be paying for every single year.

It's no wonder that more than 35 schools tested above the districts own standards for lead in the water.

Our children's education ought to be better managed than this.

It is time to draw a line.

VOTE NO ON MEASURE YY

Tom Keliinoi
Board President/Businessman

Gregory A. Stein
Chairman of the Board
San Diego County Taxpayers Assn.

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Argument Against Measure YY

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ARGUMENT AGAINST MEASURE YY

Vote NO on this BAD DEAL

No More School Borrowing! There is still $2.1 billion of bond money left to spend. No need for an additional property tax!

"I ALWAYS vote to let my school board borrow money for construction projects."

Is this you? You're probably someone who strongly supports public education.

You want the best learning environment for students and the best teaching environment for teachers.

Unfortunately, there are people who want to take advantage of your love and respect for education.

Take a closer look at this fourth bond measure put on your ballot by the San Diego Unified School District board. Do you remember the help you already gave them?

  1. 1. 2012 - voters like you let the San Diego Unified School District board borrow $2.1 billion for school construction.
  2. 2. 2008 - voters like you let the San Diego Unified School District board borrow $2.8 billion for school construction.
  3. 3. 1998 - voters like you let the San Diego Unified School District board borrow $1.5 billion for school construction.

That's $6.4 billion approved for construction in the past 20 years.

If you include interest payments to bond investors, the San Diego Unified School District board is spending $12 billion or more on construction projects.

But now the San Diego Unified School District board says it's not enough.

  1. 4. 2018 - voters like you are asked to let the San Diego Unified School District board borrow another $3.5 billion for school construction.

The school board hasn't finished spending its latest borrowed $2.1 billion. Now they want more.

When will it end?

A cynic might ask if the "Project Labor Agreement" that the school board imposed on construction companies in 2009 is motivating the endless borrowing.

How long does it take to make essential repairs?

When do the people draw the line on school board borrowing?

Let the school board finish their third round of borrowing before letting them do a fourth round of borrowing. Vote NO this time.

Marcia Nordstrom
Parent/Candidate S.D. Unified- Dist.C

Carl DeMaio
Chairman, Reform San Diego

Mitz Lee
Former School Board Member

Scott Sherman
San Diego Councilmember

Eric Christen
Contractors for School Bond Accountability

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Rebuttal to Argument Against Measure YY

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REBUTTAL TO THE ARGUMENT AGAINST MEASURE YY

THE OPPONENTS HAVE THEIR FACTS WRONG.

"Every dollar from San Diego Unified School District's previous bonds has been fully allocated for critical repairs, renovations and revitalization of our Neighborhood and Charter schools."
- Betsy Mueller
Chair, Independent Citizens Oversight Committee
San Diego Unified School District

"San Diego Unified set the standard for Taxpayer Protections. Their bonds are models of sound fiscal management, accountability and transparency,"
- Scott Barnett
Former Executive Director
San Diego Taxpayers Association

MORE THAN 130,000 STUDENTS ARE COUNTING ON US. MEASURE YY continues San Diego's program to repair/renovate 220+ schools.

SCHOOLS BUILT IN THE 1950's NEED MAINTENANCE/REPAIR AND NEW TECHNOLOGY.

Measure YY equips thousands of classrooms/labs with 21st century technology to teach skills needed to succeed in a modern economy.

VITAL HEALTH/SAFETY RENOVATIONS TO PROTECT OUR KIDS.

  •  Fix leaky plumbing, aging roofs, and worn electrical systems.
  •  Remove hazardous mold/asbestos.
  •  Remove lead from school drinking fountains.

PREVENT DANGEROUS INCIDENTS BEFORE THEY HAPPEN.

  •  Renovate fire alarms/safety doors.
  •  Install cameras/improve emergency communication.
  •  Single entry access points.

SAN DIEGO TAXPAYERS ADVOCATE and MIDDLE-CLASS TAXPAYERS ASSOCIATION SUPPORT MEASURE YY.

  •  First Independent Citizens Oversight Committee in the region!
  •  Three San Diego Taxpayers Association "Golden Watchdog" Awards.
  •  Perfect Taxpayers Association transparency score for previous bonds.
  •  Earned AAA Bond Rating, saving taxpayers projected $170 million.
  •  Annual, independent audits.
  •  Every project for every neighborhood school fully detailed online.
  •  No funding for administrators' salaries/pensions.

YES ON MEASURE YY.
Repair and Safety for Our Neighborhood and Charter Schools
LOCAL SCHOOL FUNDING SACRAMENTO CANNOT TAKE AWAY

sandiegoschoolsafetyandrepair.org

DAVID VALLADOLID
President/CEO Emeritus
Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)

PAT ZAHAROPOULIS
President
Middle Class Taxpayers Association

JULIE MARTELL
San Diego School Principal (retired)

RAMÓN ESPINAL
Classroom Teacher (27 years)
Representative,
California Teachers Assn. State Council

MICHAEL MARQUEZ
Chief of Police
San Diego Schools Police Department

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Full Text of Measure YY

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EXHIBIT A

FULL TEXT OF BOND PROPOSITION

SAN DIEGO SCHOOL REPAIR AND STUDENT SAFETY MEASURE OF 2018

This Measure may be known and referred to as the "San Diego School Repair and Student Safety Measure of 2018" or as "Measure __". [designation to be assigned by County Registrar of Voters]

BOND AUTHORIZATION

By approval of this proposition by at least 55% of the voters of the San Diego Unified School District (the "District") voting on the proposition, the District shall be authorized to issue and sell bonds of up to $3.5 billion in aggregate principal amount to provide financing for the specific school facilities projects listed under the heading entitled "BOND PROJECT LIST" below (the "Bond Project List"), and qualify to receive State of California matching grant funds, subject to all of the accountability safeguards specified below.

ACCOUNTABILITY SAFEGUARDS

The provisions in this section are specifically included in this proposition in order that the voters and taxpayers of the District may be assured that their money will be spent to address specific school facilities needs of the District, all in compliance with the requirements of Article XIIIA, Section 1(b)(3) of the California Constitution, and the Strict Accountability in Local School Construction Bonds Act of 2000 (codified at Sections 15264 et seq. of the California Education Code (the "Education Code")).

Evaluation of Needs. The Board of Education of the District (the "Board") has evaluated the facilities needs of the District at each campus and facility to determine which projects to finance from a local bond at this time. The Board hereby certifies that it has evaluated safety, class size reduction and information technology needs in developing the Bond Project List.

Limitations on Use of Bonds. Proceeds from the sale of bonds authorized by this proposition shall be used only for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for school facilities, including, to the extent permitted by law, the acquisition or lease of real property in connection with an existing or future financing of the specific school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List, including the prepayment of existing or future interim lease, certificate of participation or lease revenue bond financings, and not for any other purpose, including teacher and administrator salaries and other school operating expenses. Proceeds may be used to pay or reimburse the District for the costs of District staff when performing work on or necessary or incidental to the bond projects.

Bond Issuance Limitation. The District is required by law to make its best estimates of the ad valorem property tax rate required to be levied on all taxable property in the District to pay debt service on the proposed bonds. The District's tax rate estimates appear in the Tax Rate Statement A-2
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that the Registrar is required to provide in the Voter Information Pamphlet mailed to voters in connection with the election. The limitation contained in Proposition S, approved by voters on November 4, 2008, does not extend to bonds of the District authorized and issued pursuant to an election held after the date of approval of Proposition S, and the tax rate levied to meet the debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued hereunder, as estimated in the Tax Rate Statement, shall be in addition to and not included in projections related to the Proposition S tax rate limit.

Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee. The Board shall establish an independent citizens' oversight committee (pursuant to Education Code Section 15278 et seq.), to ensure bond proceeds are expended only for the school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List. The committee shall be established within 60 days of the date that the Board enters the election results on its minutes pursuant to Section 15274 of the Education Code. In accordance with Section 15282 of the Education Code, the citizens' oversight committee shall consist of at least seven members and shall include a member active in a business organization representing the business community located within the District, a member active in a senior citizens' organization, a member active in a bona fide taxpayers' organization, a member that is a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District, and a member that is both a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District and active in a parent-teacher organization. The committee may be comprised of the same members of the citizens' oversight committees for other District bond measures. No employee or official of the District and no vendor, contractor or consultant of the District shall be appointed to the citizens' oversight committee.

Annual Performance Audits. The Board shall conduct an annual, independent performance audit to ensure that the bond proceeds have been expended only on the school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List. These audits shall be conducted in accordance with the Government Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States for performance audits. The results of these audits shall be made publicly available and shall be submitted to the citizens' oversight committee in accordance with Section 15286 of the Education Code.

Annual Financial Audits. The Board shall conduct an annual, independent financial audit of the bond proceeds until all of those proceeds have been spent for the school facilities projects listed in the Bond Project List. These audits shall be conducted in accordance with the Government Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States for financial audits. The results of these audits shall be made publicly available and shall be submitted to the citizens' oversight committee in accordance with Section 15286 of the Education Code.

Special Bond Proceeds Account; Annual Report to Board. Upon approval of this proposition and the sale of any bonds approved, the Board shall take actions necessary to establish an account in which proceeds of the sale of bonds will be deposited. As long as any proceeds of the bonds remain unexpended, the Superintendent of the District shall cause a report to be filed with the Board no later than January 1 of each year, commencing on the first January 1 after the sale of the first series of bonds, stating (a) the amount of bond proceeds received and expended in that year, and (b) the status of any project funded or to be funded from bond proceeds. The report may relate to the calendar year, fiscal year, or other appropriate annual period as the Superintendent of the District shall determine, and may be incorporated into the annual budget, audit, or other appropriate routine report to the Board.

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ESTIMATED BALLOT INFORMATION

The District is required by law to include in the statement of the measure to be voted on estimates of the amount of money to be raised annually to repay the bonds and the rate and duration of the tax to be levied for the bonds. As of the time this proposition was placed on the ballot, the District estimated an average $193 million would be raised annually for the repayment of the authorized bonds for approximately 39 years at a projected tax rate of 6 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. Attention of all voters is directed to the fact that such information is based upon the District's projections and estimates only, which are not binding upon the District. The amount of money to be raised annually and the rate and duration of the tax to be levied for the bonds may vary from those presently estimated due to variations from these estimates in the timing of bond sales, the amount of bonds sold and market interest rates at the time of each sale, and actual assessed valuations over the term of repayment of the bonds. The dates of sale and the amount of bonds sold at any given time will be determined by the District based on need for construction funds and other factors. The actual interest rates at which the bonds will be sold will depend on the bond market at the time of each sale. Actual future assessed valuation will depend upon the amount and value of taxable property within the District as determined by the County Assessor in the annual assessment and the equalization process.

BOND PROJECT LIST

The Bond Project List below lists the specific projects the District proposes to finance with proceeds of the bonds. The Bond Project List shall be considered a part of the bond proposition and shall be reproduced in any official document required to contain the full statement of the bond proposition. Listed projects will be completed as needed at a particular school or facility site according to Board-established priorities, and the order in which such projects appear on the Bond Project List is not an indication of priority for funding or completion. Any authorized repairs shall be capital expenditures. The Bond Project List does not authorize non-capital expenditures. The final cost of each project will be determined as plans are finalized, construction bids are awarded, and projects are completed. In addition, certain construction funds expected from non-bond sources, including State of California grant funds for eligible projects, have not yet been secured. Therefore, the Board cannot guarantee that the bonds will provide sufficient funds to allow completion of all listed projects. Alternatively, if the District obtains unexpected funds from nonbond sources with respect to listed projects, such projects may be enhanced, supplemented or expanded to the extent of such funds. Some projects may be subject to further government approvals, including by State officials and boards and/or local environmental or agency approval. Inclusion of a project on the Bond Project List is not a guarantee that the project will be completed (regardless of whether bond funds are available). The Board of Education may undertake repairs, rehabilitations, improvements, acquisitions, or new construction to complete each or any of the projects listed herein as may be determined desirable by the District at the time the project is undertaken. The Board of Education may make changes to the Bond Project List in the future consistent with the projects specified in the proposition. If any provision of this bond proposition, or part thereof, is for any reason held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid for any reason, the remaining provisions shall not be affected, but shall remain in full force and effect, and to this end, the provisions of the bond proposition are severable.

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PART ONE:

Projects For All School Facilities. Unless otherwise noted, the following projects are authorized to be completed as needed at each or any of the District's sites:

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Improve school security, emergency communications systems, controlled-entry points and door locks,
  • ? Provide school site security improvements, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards,
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation,
  • ? Improve the seismic structural integrity of school buildings to better protect students and staff in the event of an earthquake,
  • ? Reconfigure second floor exiting to improve safety of ingress and egress for students,
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems,
  • ? Remove, remediate and abate asbestos, mold, and other potentially dangerous substances,
  • ? Provide playground shade shelters for students,
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals,
  • ? Vehicular / pedestrian circulation safety & parking, and
  • ? Health and wellness centers at schools and nurses office improvements.

Major Repair Replacement and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade outdated electrical systems, aging wiring, electrical panels, and lighting,
  • ? Repair or replace deteriorating plumbing and underground sewer systems,
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures,
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows,
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems,
  • ? Repair or replace outdated, inefficient heating, ventilation and air cooling systems to save energy and reduce maintenance costs,
  • ? Repair or replace cracked and broken concrete sidewalks, hardscape and exterior infrastructure,
  • ? Repair building foundations and slabs
  • ? Resurface, repair or upgrade asphalt parking lots and playground areas,
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound, intercom systems and public address systems,
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment,
  • ? Replace or resurface track and turf surfaces as needed,
  • ? Repair or restore classroom and building interior and exterior finishes and fixtures,
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure,
  • ? Complete major electrical, infrastructure, plumbing, sewage, structural systems, HVAC, and landscaping renovation, upgrades and renovations to school sites, and
  • ? Significant repair and replacement needs exist, new buildings to replace current facilities, work to be coordinated with other capital projects.

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Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching,
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems with potential federal and state matching funds for school technology programs,
  • ? Provide or upgrade school facilities to support education pathways including science technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) labs, maker spaces, dual language emersion and visual and performing arts,
  • ? Upgrade, furnish, equip, acquire and/or install up-to-date classroom and instructional technology in classrooms and related school facilities,
  • ? Upgrade and expand enterprise information systems and technology throughout the District to support 21st century classrooms, efficient operations, student and parent services,
  • ? Provide, expand or improve facilities for special education students,
  • ? Construct collaborative learning spaces, maker spaces and labs,
  • ? Provide or expand online education facilities and innovation centers, and
  • ? Create innovative, interactive and collaborative outdoor learning spaces.

College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand classrooms, labs, and specialized facilities for career and vocational technology programs,
  • ? Build specialized school facilities for career technical education, and
  • ? Construct school facilities on leased property, including on property owned by other public agencies for joint-use with other public agencies.

Improve School Accessibility & Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24,
  • ? Modernize, renovate and expand restrooms to improve accessibility,
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements, and
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms to comply with code requirements.

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install energy efficient (LED/fluorescent) lighting systems with occupancy sensors,
  • ? Install solar lighting systems,
  • ? Increase building insulation and dual-pane windows,
  • ? Replace older inefficient mechanical and central controls systems with energy efficient systems,
  • ? Purchase and install solar panels and other devices to generate electricity from sunlight where feasible,
  • ? Install innovative systems to produce energy, store energy and/or reduce consumption,
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  • ? Install recycled water systems for irrigation and make connections to recycled water supplies for irrigation purposes where feasible, and
  • ? Install water saving efficient toilets and fixtures.

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan, acquire property for, design and construct new classrooms and school facilities to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools, including to accommodate growth in the following high school cluster areas: Clairemont High School cluster, Crawford High School cluster, Henry High School cluster, Hoover High School cluster, Kearny High School cluster, La Jolla High School cluster, Lincoln High School cluster, Madison High School cluster, Mira Mesa High School cluster, Mission Bay High School cluster, Morse High School cluster, Point Loma High School cluster, San Diego High School cluster, Scripps Ranch High School cluster, Serra High School cluster and University City High School cluster,
  • ? Renovate or replace existing inadequate classrooms and support facilities,
  • ? Improve or construct school buildings, facilities, parking lots, and structures to meet the needs at neighborhood schools,
  • ? Provide facilities to meet the needs of special education students,
  • ? Develop and expand visual and performing arts theatres,
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego,
  • ? Develop and build marine science blue technology focused education facilities,
  • ? Build visual and performing arts schools and a theatres/concert halls,
  • ? Construct health science focused schools,
  • ? Develop and build language education facilities,
  • ? Construct recreational and swimming facilities, including for joint-use with other public agencies and public benefit non-profit entities,
  • ? Develop or improve education, recreation and/or community resource facilities for joint-use to support students and neighborhood families,
  • ? Remove or replace old or inadequate buildings with new facilities,
  • ? Remove excess portable classroom buildings to reduce utility and maintenance costs,
  • ? Acquire property for, design and construct new school administrative facilities and/or renovate existing school administration center facilities,
  • ? Improve or expand visual and performing arts facilities and classrooms,
  • ? Construct or improve gymnasiums at middle and high schools,
  • ? Improve and expand physical education facilities, athletic facilities and turf fields,
  • ? Install, renovate or replace athletic field and stadium lighting,
  • ? Improve or expand high school stadiums,
  • ? Expand classroom capacity and school facilities to meet projected area growth needs,
  • ? Expand classroom, science/technology lab capacity and school facilities to meet projected needs,
  • ? Expand and develop science education facilities to support students for joint-use, and
  • ? Expand or develop joint-use athletic facilities.

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Growth

  • ? Construct school facilities to accommodate projected growth in high school cluster areas.

School Site and Classroom Funds

  • ? Allocate at every elementary, middle, and high school $100 per student (as "site discretionary funds") to be spent on qualified, permitted projects that shall remain property of the District.

PART TWO:

School Site Projects. Unless otherwise noted, the following projects are authorized to be completed as needed at the following sites:

Adams Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Alba School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
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  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Alcott Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Angier Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Audubon K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair/ upgrade performing arts facilities

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
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  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Baker Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Balboa Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
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  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Barnard Asian Pacific Language Academy Magnet

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Bay Park Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
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  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Bell Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Benchley/Weinberger Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Bethune K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
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  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Bird Rock Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
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  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Birney Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Boone Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Burbank Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Cabrillo Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Cadman Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Carson Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Carver Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Central Elementary School

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan and construct classrooms and school facilities as needed to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools

Challenger Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Chavez Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Cherokee Point Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems as needed

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Chesterton Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Chollas/Mead Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Clairemont High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide on-line learning centers
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
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  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct new auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Clark Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade lighting systems
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  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Clay Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Correia Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Crawford High

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, expand or improve facilities for special education students
  • ? Provide facilities to support education pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace natural turf or synthetic playfields as needed Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed.

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct new auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting – LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Creative Performing Media Arts Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting – LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Crown Point Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
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  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Cubberley Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Curie Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Dailard Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Dana Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

De Portola Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
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  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Del Sol Academy

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Dewey Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Dingeman Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Doyle Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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E.B. Scripps Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Edison Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Education Center

  • ? Acquire property for, design and construct new school administrative facilities and/or renovate existing school administration center facilities.

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Emerson/Bandini Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan, construct and replace classrooms and school facilities as needed to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Renovate student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Structural building upgrades
  • ? Plumbing replacement and lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Encanto Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades as needed

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Ericson Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
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  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Euclid Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Farb Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
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  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Fay Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed

Field Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Fletcher Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Florence Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
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  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Foster Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
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  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Franklin Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
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  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Freese Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Fulton K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Gage Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Garfield Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
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  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Garfield High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Golden Hill K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Grant K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Green Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Hage Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Hamilton Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Hancock Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Hardy Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Hawthorne Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Hearst Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
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  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Henry High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide on-line learning Center
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural turf or synthetic playfields as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? New Athletic Facility lighting
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Hickman Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Holmes Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
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  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Hoover High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasiums

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Horton Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
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  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Ibarra Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

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Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Renovate existing buildings as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Innovation Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Jefferson Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Jerabek Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Johnson Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
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  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Jonas Salk Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade technology devices and systems as needed
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed

Jones Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
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  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Joyner Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace or update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Juarez Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
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  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Kearny High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide on-line Learning Center
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
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  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Kimbrough Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • A-97
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Knox Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • A-98
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Kumeyaay Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • A-99
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  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate portable buildings with new facilities as needed

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

La Jolla Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • A-100
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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La Jolla High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
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  • ? Replace Athletic Facility lighting
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Lafayette Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • A-103
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Language Academy K-8

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • A-104
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  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Lewis Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

A-105
4135-1873-2308.8

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Lincoln High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide updated emergency communication systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? New Athletic Facility lighting
  • ? Repair or upgrade existing gymnasiums as needed

Linda Vista Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • A-107
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  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Lindbergh/Schweitzer Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Logan K-8 School

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan and construct classrooms and school facilities as needed to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools

Loma Portal Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
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  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Longfellow K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
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  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Madison High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
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  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Mann Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Marshall Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Marshall Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Marston Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities including a new gymnasium and fields
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install grass playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego as needed

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
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  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Marvin Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Mason Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
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  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

McKinley Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
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  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Memorial Preparatory for Scholars and Athletes

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan and construct classrooms and school facilities as needed to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools

Millennial Tech Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Miller Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting and solar energy systems as needed

Mira Mesa High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields as needed to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting – LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency upgrades to buildings as needed

Miramar Ranch Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
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  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Mission Bay High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields as needed to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair / Replace HVAC systems and improve efficiency

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Montgomery Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Morse High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
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  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct new auxiliary gymnasium

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Mt. Everest Academy

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
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  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Muir K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

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Muirlands Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

New Dawn / Riley Schools

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Normal Heights Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Update emergency communications systems

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Renovate interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Nye Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
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  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Oak Park Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Ocean Beach Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Pacific Beach Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Pacific Beach Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Pacific View Leadership Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
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  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Paradise Hills Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Penn Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Perkins K-8 School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Perry Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
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  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Pershing Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Update emergency communications systems as necessary
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Point Loma High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Expand and develop facilities to support students for joint-use
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required

Porter Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Update emergency communications systems

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
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  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Rodriguez Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Rolando Park Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Roosevelt International Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Rosa Parks Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Ross Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
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  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Rowan Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

San Diego High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields as needed to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities, stadiums and fields
  • ? New Athletic Facility lighting
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

San Diego School of Creative & Performing Arts

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Renovate or upgrade visual performing arts facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Sandburg Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

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Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Scripps Ranch High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields as needed to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems as needed
  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace plumbing and sewer systems as needed
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including, wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasiums
  • ? New athletic facility lighting

Sequoia Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
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  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Serra High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide on-line Learning Centers
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
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  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Modernize and renovate physical education facilities, playgrounds and fields as needed to comply with Title IX gender equity requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair building foundations and slabs
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including, wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace worn or damaged doors and windows

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium
  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? New Athletic Facility lighting
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Sessions Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Sherman Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems as needed
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Silver Gate Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Spreckels Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
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  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems as needed

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Standley Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities, aquatic facilities and fields
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

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Sunset View Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
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  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Taft Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair interior and exterior finishes and fixtures as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
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  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Tierrasanta Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
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  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Toler Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Torrey Pines Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

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Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Twain School Main Campus

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
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  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Replace fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems as needed

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

University City High School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace natural or synthetic turf playfields as needed
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Construct new visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
  • ? Renovate / replace high school gymnasium
  • ? Construct auxiliary gymnasium

Valencia Park Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
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  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Vista Grande Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
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  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Update emergency communications systems as needed
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

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Walker Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Remove or replace old and inadequate buildings with new facilities
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  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Wangenheim Middle School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? College, Career and Technical Education Facility Improvements
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures

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Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and expand physical education, athletic facilities and fields
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Washington Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
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  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Webster Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

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Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

Wegeforth Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
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  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required
  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED
  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

Whitman Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

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School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required
  • ? Improve and install playfields for student and neighborhood joint-use with the City of San Diego where required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings
  • ? Install Energy Efficient lighting - LED

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Wilson Middle School

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Plan and construct classrooms and school facilities as needed to accommodate student enrollment in neighborhood schools

Zamorano Elementary School

Improvements to Support Innovations in Education and Access to Technology

  • ? Upgrade wired and wireless infrastructure and equipment as needed to support technology systems
  • ? Provide facilities to support Education Pathways including STEM Labs
  • ? Provide, Expand or Improve Facilities for Special Education Students
  • ? Provide up-to-date classroom and instructional technology required for 21st century student learning and teaching

School Security, Health, and Safety Improvements

  • ? Provide shade shelters for students
  • ? Upgrade and expand student food service areas and kitchens as required to improve student access to a variety of nutritious meals
  • ? Provide school site security improvements where needed, including increased lighting, fencing, and vandalism and intrusion safeguards
  • ? Vehicular / Pedestrian Circulation & Parking
  • ? Plumbing upgrades for lead solder remediation
  • ? Replace obsolete fire alarms / sprinklers and update emergency communications systems
  • ? Health Centers at Schools/Nurses office improvements

Accessibility and Code Compliance Upgrades

  • ? Modernize and renovate or expand restrooms to improve accessibility
  • ? Repair aging portable classrooms as needed to comply with code requirements
  • ? Improve accessibility for disabled persons and comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 where required

Major Repair, Replacement, and Modernization

  • ? Repair deteriorated interior and exterior finishes and fixtures
  • ? Repair, replace worn or damaged doors and windows
  • ? Construct new buildings to replace facilities where repair and replacement needs are considered substantial
  • ? Replace or upgrade auditorium sound and public address systems
  • ? Repair or replace roof systems
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  • ? Repair or replace playground equipment
  • ? Resurface and repair of asphalt parking lots and playgrounds as needed
  • ? Repair or replace aged/deteriorated plumbing and sewer systems
  • ? Repair or replace damaged or broken hardscape surfaces and exterior infrastructure
  • ? Repair or upgrade electrical systems, including wiring, electrical panels, and lighting

Neighborhood Learning Centers

  • ? Improve visual and performing arts facilities as required

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • ? Provide energy efficiency improvements to buildings

PART THREE:

Specific Charter School Projects. Public charter school projects may include any of the types of facility improvements and other project work described in Part 1 above. In addition, unless otherwise noted, the following projects are authorized to be completed at each or any of charter school sites located within the District:

  • ? Site reconfiguration to better accommodate charter school co-location,
  • ? Development of new facilities for charter schools,
  • ? Consistent with the District's obligation under Proposition 39 (approved by California voters in November 2000) and Section 47614 of the Education Code, provide classroom capacity, including furnishings and equipment, for in-district charter school students at a level comparable to students attending district-run schools, and
  • ? Construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of charter school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of charter school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for charter school facilities.

The District shall set aside from the proceeds of bonds authorized hereunder $588 million for completion of the projects listed in this Part Three; however, the Board of Education may adjust such amount after the date hereof to reflect a change in the proportion of students residing in the District who attend charter schools. In approving the expenditures for projects listed in this Part Three, the Board of Education shall take into consideration the recommendations of a special committee established by the District for such purpose that is comprised of a majority of representatives of the charter school community.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Each project in the Bond Project List above is assumed to include its share of costs of the election and bond issuance, construction-related costs, such as project and construction management, architectural, engineering, inspection and similar planning and testing costs, demolition and interim housing costs, legal (including litigation), accounting and similar fees, costs related to the A-185
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independent annual financial and performance audits, a contingency for unforeseen design and construction costs, and other costs incidental to or necessary for completion of the listed projects (whether the related work is performed by the District or third parties), including:

  • ? Remove, dispose of, and otherwise remediate hazardous materials, including asbestos, lead, etc., where necessary,
  • ? Address unforeseen conditions revealed by construction or modernization (including plumbing or gas line breaks, dry rot, seismic, structural, etc.),
  • ? Other improvements required to comply with existing building codes, including the Field Act, and access requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),
  • ? Necessary site preparation/restoration in connection with new construction, renovation or remodeling, or installation or removal of relocatable classrooms, including ingress, egress, parking and student dropoff, traffic lights and mitigation; demolition of existing structures; removing, replacing, or installing irrigation, drainage, utility lines (gas, water, sewer, electrical, data and voice, etc.), trees and landscaping; relocating fire access roads; and acquiring any necessary easements, licenses, or rights of way to the property,
  • ? Rent or construct storage facilities and other space on an interim basis, as needed to accommodate construction materials, equipment, and personnel, and interim classrooms (including relocatables) for students and school functions or other storage for classroom materials displaced during construction,
  • ? Acquisition of any of the facilities on the Bond Project List through temporary lease or leasepurchase arrangements, or execution of purchase options under a lease for any of these authorized facilities,
  • ? Furnishing and equipping of existing and newly constructed, modernized or rehabilitated classrooms and facilities on an ongoing basis, including to replace worn, broken, or out-ofdate furniture and equipment for all classrooms, athletic facilities and other facilities, as needed, and
  • ? Repair, upgrade, modify, expand, refinish, replace and construct site improvements, including off-street parking areas, pickup/dropoff, signage, paths, sidewalks and walkways, canopies, hard courts (student play areas), athletic play fields, swimming pools, landscaping, irrigation, permanent athletic field equipment and facilities (including basketball standards, goals and goalposts, backstops), field lighting, etc.

FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS

Joint-Use Projects. The District may enter into agreements with other public agencies or nonprofit organizations for joint use of school facilities, including recreational and athletic facilities, financed with the proceeds of the bonds in accordance with Education Code Section 17077.42 (or any successor provision). The District may seek State grant funds for eligible joint-use projects as permitted by law, and this proposition hereby specifies and acknowledges that bond funds will or may be used to fund all or a portion of the local share for any eligible joint-use projects identified in the Bond Project List or as otherwise permitted by California State regulations, as the Board shall determine.

Single Purpose. All of the purposes enumerated in this proposition shall be united and voted upon as one single proposition, pursuant to Education Code Section 15100, and all the enumerated

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Other Terms of the Bonds. When sold, the bonds shall bear interest at an annual rate not exceeding the statutory maximum, and that interest shall be made payable at the time or times permitted by law. The bonds may be issued and sold in several series, and no bond shall be made to mature more than the statutory maximum number of 40 years from the date borne by that bond.

Sustainability Standards. The Board of Education has currently adopted Guidelines for Sustainable Construction, requiring design professionals and staff to follow California's Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) standards and best practices for District building projects. These standards incorporate the latest green building practices to reduce operating costs, reduce environmental impact, and increase building life, while creating schools that are healthy, comfortable, well lit and well equipped.

The District intends to incorporate sustainable site design, water conservation, energy efficiency, improving indoor air quality and incorporating sustainable materials and products into the bond projects, emphasizing long term life cycle cost analysis in its design process. It is intended that planned maintenance work will also incorporate improvements to existing facilities with respect to sustainability and energy conservation, whenever feasible.

Renovation/Modernization. For purposes of the Bond Project List, renovation and modernization projects are intended to improve the building systems and infrastructure, weather protections, finishes, and technology, or reallocate and reorganize space, to a condition that will provide a sustainable, functional educational and administrative environment for future years, comparable to new construction. Renovation projects may include, but are not limited to nor necessarily encompass, all of the following, depending upon the age, condition and needs of each particular school facility:

  • ? upgrade electrical, communication (including data and voice), fire alarm, and similar building systems as well as main power service and distribution, which may include active and passive solar power and heating system acquisition, installation and construction,
  • ? replace, repair or upgrade plumbing, piping and drainage systems, including gas and water supply, meters, water heating, and wastewater systems, plumbing fixtures and sinks, fire sprinkler systems, etc., within buildings and sites and connections to city supply and drainage systems,
  • ? replace or modify aging heating, ventilation and air cooling systems with energy-efficient heating and air cooling systems (HVAC), including installing energy management systems (EMS),
  • ? replace, modify, upgrade interior lighting and exterior safety/security lighting systems and fixtures, as necessary,
  • ? repair, modify and construct structural elements of the existing structure as necessary,
  • ? renovate or restore historical buildings,
  • ? replace or repair aging roofs with similar materials or District standard materials,
  • ? replace, repair, install and construct, as necessary, interior spaces: walls, floor and ceiling finishes, doors, door locks, windows, cabinets and casework, and equipment attached to wall A-187
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    surfaces (including white boards, marker boards, tack boards, television mounts, scoreboards, fire extinguishers, kitchen cabinets/equipment, etc.),
  • ? upgrade, modify and construct restroom facilities,
  • ? comply, as necessary, with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title 24 requirements,
  • ? refinish the exterior finishes of the school (including stucco, wood and metal trims, wood siding, paint, etc.); replace doors and windows,
  • ? modify, expand, separate, convert and construct school support areas, including staff work and lunch areas, to provide adequate, functional environments, and
  • ? modify, replace and construct functional components of altered or replaced building components (including rainwater leaders, fascias, mansards, etc.).

For any project involving renovation, repair or rehabilitation of a building or the major portion of a building, the District shall be authorized to proceed with new replacement construction instead (including any necessary demolition), if the Board of Education determines that replacement and new construction is more practical than rehabilitation and renovation, considering the building's age, condition, expected remaining life, comparative cost, and other relevant factors.

Interpretation. For purposes of the Bond Project List, "build," "develop," "provide," "improve," and other similar words shall not be intended to restrict the portion of project delivery, but shall be intended to include by reference planning, designing and constructing stages of such projects.

The Bond Project List shall be considered a part of this ballot proposition, and shall be reproduced in any official document required to contain the full statement of the bond proposition.

[End of Full Text of Proposition]

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Measure YY Tax Rate Statement

N SD 492-139
PR-32D0-3

TAX RATE STATEMENT

An election will be held in the San Diego Unified School District (the "District") on November 6, 2018, to authorize the sale of up to $3.5 billion in bonds of the District to finance school facilities as described in the proposition. If the bonds are approved, the District expects to issue the bonds in multiple series over time. Principal and interest on the bonds will be payable from the proceeds of tax levies made upon the taxable property in the District. The following information is provided in compliance with Sections 9400 through 9405 of the California Elections Code.

  1. 1. The best estimate of the average annual tax rate that would be required to be levied to fund this bond issue over the entire duration of the bond debt service, based on assessed valuations available at the time of filing of this statement, is six cents per $100 ($60 per $100,000) of assessed valuation. The final fiscal year in which the tax to be levied to fund this bond issue is anticipated to be collected is fiscal year 2057-58.
  2. 2. The best estimate of the highest tax rate that would be required to be levied to fund this bond issue, based on estimated assessed valuations available at the time of filing of this statement, is six cents per $100 ($60 per $100,000) of assessed valuation in fiscal year 2024-25.
  3. 3. The best estimate of the total debt service, including the principal and interest that would be required to be repaid if all of the bonds are issued and sold is approximately $7,503,000,000.

Voters should note that estimated tax rates are based on the ASSESSED VALUE of taxable property on the County's official tax rolls, not on the property's market value, which could be more or less than the assessed value. In addition, taxpayers eligible for a property tax exemption, such as the homeowner's exemption, will be taxed at a lower effective tax rate than described above. Certain taxpayers may also be eligible to postpone payment of taxes. Property owners should consult their own property tax bills and tax advisors to determine their property's assessed value and any applicable tax exemptions.

Attention of all voters is directed to the fact that the foregoing information is based upon the District's projections and estimates only, which are not binding upon the District. The estimates are in addition to, and not inclusive of, other taxes levied by the District to pay bonds authorized at past elections. The average annual tax rate, the highest tax rate and the year or years in which it will apply, and the actual total debt service, may vary from those presently estimated due to variations from these estimates in the timing of bond sales, the amount of bonds sold and market interest rates at the time of each sale, and actual assessed valuations over the term of repayment of the bonds. The dates of sale and the amount of bonds sold at any given time will be determined by the District based on need for construction funds and other factors, including the legal limitations on bonds approved by a 55% affirmative vote. The actual interest rates at which the bonds will be sold will depend on the bond market at the time of each sale. Actual future assessed valuation will depend upon the amount and value of taxable property within the District as determined by the County Assessor in the annual assessment and the equalization process.

Dated: July 12, 2018. /s/ Cindy Marten
Superintendent
San Diego Unified School District

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Measure YY Agenda Description

Agenda of June 26, 2018 (complete item)

I. District Operations
5. Resolution to Place a General Obligation Bond Measure (San Diego Neighborhood School Repair and Student Safety Measure) on the November 6, 2018 General Election Ballot, First Reading; BUDGETED: N/A

Agenda Item Details

Meeting
Jun 26, 2018 - Regular Meeting, 5:00 p.m.
Category
District Operations
Subject
Resolution to Place a General Obligation Bond Measure (San Diego Neighborhood School Repair and Student Safety Measure) on the November 6, 2018 General Election Ballot, First Reading; BUDGETED: N/A
Type
Information, First Reading


RECOMMENDATION: District staff will share with the Board of Education the facilities plan update and potential bond elements included in the Proposed November 6, 2018 General Election Bond Measure.

 

FISCAL IMPACT: No immediate impact to district funds. Potential savings generated by capital improvement projects. However, if the bond measure is placed on the November 6, 2018 ballot, the approximate cost is $1 million general fund dollars to pay the County for election costs.

 

PRIOR YEAR FISCAL IMPACT: None.

IMPACT TO DISTRICT STAFFING: Bond-funded staffing levels will increase in proportion to work performed, subject to voter approval of the ballot measure.

 

CONSULTATION WITH BOARD ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Not applicable.

 

BACKGROUNDThis report is the first reading of the contents and process of the proposed bond measure. It includes a draft of the specific bond measure language required by the County Office of Education and County Registrar of Voters. A second reading for final approval of the resolution will be presented to the board at a future date, anticipated on July 10, 2018.

 

Originator/Contact: Lee Dulgeroff, Chief Facilities Planning and Construction, 858.637.3516, ldulgeroff@sandi.net] and Greg Ottinger, Chief Business Officer, gottinger@sandi.net]

 

 




Workflow

Workflow
Jun 12, 2018 10:46 AM :: Submitted by Diane Garcia. Routed to George Harris for approval.
Jun 20, 2018 10:33 AM :: Approved by George Harris. Routed to Andra Donovan for approval.
Jun 20, 2018 3:36 PM :: Rejected by Martha Corrales
Jun 20, 2018 3:37 PM :: Submitted by Diane Garcia. Routed to George Harris for approval.
Jun 20, 2018 3:38 PM :: Approved by George Harris. Routed to Andra Greene for approval.
Jun 20, 2018 5:45 PM :: Approved by Andra Greene. Routed to Lee Dulgeroff for approval.
Jun 22, 2018 2:46 PM :: Approved by Lee Dulgeroff. Routed to Debbie Foster for approval.
Jun 22, 2018 3:53 PM :: Approved by Debbie Foster. Routed to Greg Ottinger for approval.
Jun 22, 2018 4:41 PM :: Final approval by Greg Ottinger
Last Modified by Greg Ottinger on June 22, 2018

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Measure YY Resolution

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BOARD OF EDUCATION
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SAN )
DIEGO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ORDERING SCHOOL ) RESOLUTION
BOND ELECTION, AND AUTHORIZING NECESSARY ACTIONS )
IN CONNECTION THEREWITH )

R E C I T A L S:

WHEREAS, the Board of Education (the "Board") of the San Diego Unified School District (the "District"), within the County of San Diego, California (the "County"), is authorized to order elections within the District and to designate the specifications thereof, pursuant to Sections 5304 and 5322 of the Education Code of the State of California (the "Education Code"); and

WHEREAS, the District is focused on providing a quality school in every neighborhood for District students by upgrading and repairing schools now through voter approved bonds that provide funds that the State cannot take away and enable the District to take advantage of matching funds and low interest rates and avoid rising construction costs and, by improving energyefficiency in its classrooms, save money that can be applied to fund core academic classes and retain qualified teachers; and

WHEREAS, approximately 16.8% of students residing in the District are expected to attend charter schools during the 2018-19 school year and the Board has determined to allocate a portion of the proceeds of the bonds to provide quality charter school facilities located in the District in an amount that reflects the proportion of students expected to attend charter schools in the 2018-19 school year; and

WHEREAS, the Board is specifically authorized to order elections for the purpose of submitting to the electors the question of whether bonds of the District shall be issued and sold for the purpose of raising money for the purposes hereinafter specified, pursuant to Education Code Sections 15100 et seq.; and

WHEREAS, on November 3, 1998, voters in the District approved Proposition MM ("Proposition MM"), authorizing the District to issue $1.51 billion in bonds (the "Proposition MM Bonds") to modernize and construct school facilities, and since its approval, Proposition MM Bonds have funded repairs at schools, and financed construction of new schools; and

WHEREAS, the tax rate levied in the District to pay debt service on the Proposition MM Bonds in fiscal year 2007-08 was $66.70 per $100,000 of assessed property value; and

WHEREAS, on November 4, 2008, voters in the District approved Proposition S ("Proposition S"), authorizing the District to issue $2.1 billion in bonds (the "Proposition S Bonds") to construct, rehabilitate, repair, furnish and equip school facilities, and since its approval, 2
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Proposition S Bonds have funded repairs at schools, and the construction of and equipping of schools; and

WHEREAS, Proposition S contains a limitation with respect to the issuance of Proposition S Bonds such that, in order to issue Proposition S Bonds, the District must project that the tax rate necessary to pay debt service on the proposed Proposition S Bonds, when combined with the tax rate necessary to pay debt service on presently outstanding bonds in each year, will not exceed the rate levied in the 2007-08 fiscal year described above; and

WHEREAS, the Board has determined that, the Proposition S limitation described above applies to bonds issued under Proposition MM and Proposition S and will not apply to bonds of the District authorized and issued pursuant to an election held after the date of approval of Proposition S, and that, if approved by voters, the tax rate levied to meet the debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued hereunder is in addition to and not limited by the Proposition S tax rate limit; and

WHEREAS, on November 8, 2012, voters in the District approved Proposition Z ("Proposition Z"), authorizing the District to issue $2.8 billion in bonds (the "Proposition Z Bonds") to construct, rehabilitate, repair, furnish and equip school facilities, and since its approval, Proposition Z Bonds have funded repairs at schools, and the construction of and equipping of schools; and

WHEREAS, based upon a projection of assessed property valuation and a proposed schedule of bond issuances, the Board has determined that, if approved by voters, the tax rate levied to meet the debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued (excluding Proposition MM Bonds, the Proposition S Bonds and the Proposition Z Bonds) will not exceed the statutory limit of $60 per year per $100,000 of assessed valuation of taxable property, pursuant to Education Code Section 15270; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 18 of Article XVI and Section 1 of Article XIIIA of the California Constitution, and Section 15266 of the Education Code, school districts may seek approval of bonds and levy an ad valorem tax to repay those bonds upon a 55% vote of those voting on a proposition for the purposes hereinafter specified, provided certain accountability requirements are included in the proposition, including (a) that the proceeds from the sale of the bonds be used only for the purposes specified in Article XIIIA, Section 1(b)(3) of the Constitution, and not for any other purpose, including teacher and administrator salaries and other school operating expenses, (b) that a list of the specific school facilities projects to be funded be included, which the school district board has certified that it has evaluated safety, class size reduction and information technology needs in developing, and (c) that performance and financial audits be required and there be oversight by an independent citizens' oversight committee to ensure that all funds are spent properly and as promised to the voters; and

WHEREAS, the Board deems it necessary and advisable to submit such a bond proposition to the electors, which, if approved by 55% of the votes cast, would permit the District to issue its bonds; and

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WHEREAS, such a bond election must be conducted concurrent with a statewide primary election, general election or special election, or at a regularly scheduled local election at which all of the electors of the District are entitled to vote, as required by Section 15266 of the Education Code; and

WHEREAS, on November 6, 2018, a statewide general election is scheduled to be conducted throughout the District; and

WHEREAS, subsection (c) of Section 15100 of the Education Code provides that, before the governing board of a school district may order an election pursuant to Education Code Sections 15100 et seq., it shall obtain reasonable and informed projections of assessed property valuations that take into consideration projections of assessed property valuations made by the County Assessor; and

WHEREAS, although the County Assessor does not make projections of assessed property valuations, the Board has been presented projections of assessed property valuations of the property within the boundaries of the District in connection with developing the bond proposition that take into consideration, among other things, the long-term historical average growth rates of assessed property valuations of the property within the boundaries of the District and the Board finds those projections to be reasonable and informed; and

WHEREAS, the Board has determined that, based upon such projections of assessed property valuation and a proposed schedule of bond issuances, if approved by voters, the tax rate levied to meet the debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued will not exceed the maximum tax rate permitted by Section 15270 of the Education Code; and

WHEREAS, Section 9400 et seq. of the California Elections Code (the "Elections Code") requires that a tax rate statement be contained in all official materials, including any voter information guide prepared, sponsored or distributed by the District, relating to the election; and

WHEREAS, the Board now desires to authorize the filing of a ballot argument in favor of the bond proposition to be submitted to the voters at the election; and

WHEREAS, if a project or projects to be funded by the bonds will require State of California matching grant funds for any phase, the sample ballot must contain a statement, in the form prescribed by law, advising the voters of that fact, and the Board finds that completion of a portion of certain projects listed in the bond proposition set forth herein will require State matching grant funds;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved, found, determined and ordered by the Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District as follows:

Section 1. Recitals. All of the above recitals are true and correct.

Section 2. Specifications of Election Order; Required Certification. Pursuant to Education Code Sections 5304, 5322, 15100 et seq., and 15266, and Section 18 of Article XVI and Section 1 of Article XIIIA of the California Constitution, a special election shall be held within the boundaries of the District on November 6, 2018, for the purpose of submitting to the registered 4 4135-1873-2308.8 voters of the District the bond proposition contained in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein. In accordance with Section 1 of Article XIIIA of the California Constitution, and as provided in the text of the bond proposition, the Board hereby certifies that it has evaluated safety, class size reduction and information technology needs in developing the bond project list set forth in the bond proposition.

Section 3. Conduct of Election.

  1. (a) Request to County Officers. Pursuant to Section 5303 of the Education Code, the Registrar of Voters of the County (the "Registrar of Voters") is required to, and is hereby requested to, take all steps to hold the election in accordance with law and these specifications.
  2. (b) Abbreviation of Proposition. Pursuant to Sections 13119 and 13247 of the Elections Code and Sections 5322 and 15122 of the Education Code, the Board hereby directs the Registrar of Voters to use as the abbreviation of the bond proposition to be titled the "San Diego Neighborhood School Repair and Student Safety Measure" on the ballot the abbreviation contained in Exhibit C hereto which reads as follows:
  3. "To improve Neighborhood and Charter schools by:

    • ? Improving school security, emergency communications, controlled-entry points, door locks;
    • ? Upgrading classrooms/labs for vocational/career, science, technology, math education;
    • ? Repairing foundations, bathrooms/plumbing;
    • ? Removing lead in drinking water and hazardous asbestos;

    Shall San Diego Unified School District issue $3.5 billion in bonds at legal rates, projecting levy of 6-cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 39 years, estimating $193 million average annual repayments, requiring independent annual audits and citizen oversight?"

  4. (c) Voter Pamphlet. The Registrar of Voters is hereby requested to reprint the full text of the bond proposition as set forth in Exhibit A in its entirety in the voter information pamphlet to be distributed to voters pursuant to Section 13307 of the Elections Code. In the event the full text of the bond proposition is not reprinted in the voter information pamphlet in its entirety, the Registrar of Voters is hereby requested to print, immediately below the impartial analysis of the bond proposition, in no less than 10-point boldface type, a legend substantially as follows:
  5. "The above statement is an impartial analysis of Measure __. If you desire a copy of the measure, please call the San Diego County Registrar of Voters at (858) 565-5800 or the San Diego Unified School District at (619) 725-8000, and a copy will be mailed at no cost to you. Measure __ is also available on the Internet at https://www.sandiegounified.org/"

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  6. (d) Accountability Safeguards. In the event the full text of the bond proposition is not reprinted in the voter information pamphlet in its entirety, the Registrar of Voters is hereby requested to include the following statement in the ballot in compliance with Section 15272 of the Education Code:
  7. "If Measure __ is approved, the Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District will appoint a citizens' oversight committee and conduct annual independent audits to assure that bond funds are spent only on the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for school facilities, and for no other purposes."
  8. (e) State Matching Funds. The District hereby requests that the Registrar of Voters include the following statement in the ballot pamphlet, pursuant to Section 15122.5 of the Education Code:
  9. "Approval of Measure __ does not guarantee that the proposed project or projects in the San Diego Unified School District that are the subject of bonds under Measure __ will be funded beyond the local revenues generated by Measure __. The District's proposal for the project or projects assumes the receipt of matching State funds, which could be subject to appropriation by the Legislature or approval of a statewide bond measure."
  10. (f) Consolidation Requirement. Pursuant to Section 15266(a) of the Education Code, the election shall be consolidated with the statewide primary election on November 6, 2018, and pursuant to Education Code Section 5342 and Part 3 (commencing with Section 10400) of Division 10 of the Elections Code, the Registrar of Voters and the Board of Supervisors of the County are hereby requested to order consolidation of the election with such other elections as may be held on the same day in the same territory or in territory that is in part the same. The District hereby acknowledges that the consolidated election will be held and conducted in the manner prescribed by Section 10418 of the Elections Code.
  11. (g) Canvass of Results. The Board of Supervisors of the County is authorized and requested to canvass the returns of the election, pursuant to Section 10411 of the Elections Code.
  12. (h) Required Vote. Pursuant to Section 18 of Article XVI and Section 1 of Article XIIIA of the California Constitution, the bond proposition shall become effective upon the affirmative vote of at least 55% of the voters of the District voting on the proposition.
  13. (i) Election Costs. The District shall pay all costs of the election approved by the Board of Supervisors of the County pursuant to Education Code Section 5421.

Section 4. Delivery of Order of Election to County Officers. The Board Action Officer of the Board of the District is hereby directed to cause to be filed as soon as practicable, and in any event no later than August 10, 2018 (which date is not fewer than 88 days prior to the 6
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date set for the election), one copy of this Resolution to the Registrar of Voters, including the tax rate statement attached hereto as Exhibit B, containing the information required by Elections Code Section 9400 et seq., completed and signed by the Superintendent of the District, and shall file a copy of this Resolution with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of the County.

Section 5. Ballot Arguments. The President of this Board, or any member or members of this Board as the President shall designate, are hereby authorized, but not directed, to prepare and file with the Registrar of Voters a ballot argument in favor of the bond proposition contained in Exhibit A hereof, within the time established by the Registrar of Voters, which shall be considered the official ballot argument of this Board as sponsor of the proposition.

Section 6. Further Authorization.

  1. (a) General. The members of this Board, the Superintendent, the Chief Business Officer, the Controller and all other officers of the District are hereby authorized and directed, individually and collectively, to do any and all things that they deem necessary or advisable in order to effectuate the purposes of this resolution in accordance with the terms hereof and of applicable provisions of law.
  2. (b) Bond Proposition Exemption from Elections Code Section 13119. In the event that legislation is passed on or before August 10, 2018, subsequent to the adoption of this Resolution, that exempts or temporarily suspends the bond proposition from the requirements of subsection (b) of Elections Code Section 13119, then (i) the phrase "projecting levy of 6-cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 39 years, estimating $193 million average annual repayments," shall be deemed deleted from the ballot statement contained in Section 3(b) herein and Exhibit C hereto and (ii) the Section entitled "Estimated Ballot Information" contained in the full text of the bond proposition in Exhibit A attached hereto shall be deemed deleted therefrom in its entirety. To the extent such exemption or suspension becomes effective, the members of the Board, the Superintendent of the District, and all other officers of the District are hereby authorized and directed, individually and collectively, to coordinate and effectuate such replacement of the ballot statement contained in Section (3)(b) and Exhibit C hereto and modification to the full text of the bond proposition contained in Exhibit A attached hereto with the Registrar of Voters.

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Section 7. Effective Date; Required Vote. This Resolution shall take effect upon its adoption by a vote of at least two-thirds of the members of this Board.

PASSED AND ADOPTED this day, ______________, 2018, by the following vote:

AYES:
NOES:
ABSTAIN:
ABSENT:

STATE OF CALIFORNIA )
) SS
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO )

I, the undersigned authorized officer, Board of Education, San Diego Unified School District, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of a resolution adopted by said Board at a meeting thereof held on the day and by the vote stated above, which resolution is on file with the minutes of said meeting.

___________________________________
Board Action Officer

Legality and Form Approved:

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Andra M. Greene, General Counsel
San Diego Unified School District

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BOARD ACTION OFFICER'S CERTIFICATE

I, the undersigned authorized officer of the Board of Education of the San Diego Unified School District, County of San Diego, California, hereby certify as follows:

The attached is a full, true and correct copy of a resolution duly passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Board of Education of the District duly and regularly held at the regular meeting place thereof on ______________, 2018, and entered in the minutes thereof, of which meeting all of the members of the Board of Education had due notice and at which a quorum thereof was present. The resolution was adopted by the following vote:

AYES:

NOES:

ABSTAIN:

ABSENT:

An agenda of said meeting was posted at least 72 hours before said meeting at 4100 Normal Street, San Diego, California, a location freely accessible to members of the public, and a brief description of said resolution appeared on said agenda.

I have carefully compared the same with the original minutes of said meeting on file and of record in my office; the foregoing resolution is a full, true and correct copy of the original resolution adopted at said meeting and entered into said minutes; and said resolution has not been amended, modified or rescinded since the date of its adoption, and the same is now in full force and effect.

WITNESS my hand this ______ day of ______________, 2018.

Board Action Officer of the Board of Education
San Diego Unified School District
County of San Diego, California

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