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The Stafford MSD is asking voters to approve a $49.9 million bond package on May 14. Learn more about the four propositions and the positive impact they will have on the Stafford community.

The Stafford MSD is asking voters to approve a $49.9 million bond package on May 14. Learn more about the four propositions and the positive impact they will have on the Stafford community.

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  • Stafford Municipal School District
    2011 Bond ElectionElection DateMay 14, 2011
  • 2
    Stafford MSD Mission Statement
    The mission of SMSD, a diverse and visionary learning community, is to prepare each student to become a critical thinker and an ethical, productive citizen, through an unwavering commitment to provide multiple life and learning experiences led by dedicated professionals using innovative teaching techniques in an engaging learning environment.
    2
  • The SMSD Vision and Planning Facility Task Force, comprised of 30 parents, employees, community and business leaders began meeting in September of 2010 and spent several months reviewing and researching district facility and support operation needs in conjunction with the SMSD Strategic Plan. The committee developed a recommendation which was presented to both the SMSD Board of Trustees and the Stafford City Council. The committee’s recommendation was basis for the package that will be placed before voters on May 14, 2011.
    3
    How Was This Package Determined?
  • May 14, 2011 Bond ElectionFour Propositions
    Proposition 1 – Instructional Focus $ 33.65 million
    Proposition 2 –District Infrastructure $ 7.69 million
    Proposition 3 – Building Systems & Security $ 5.08 million
    Proposition 4 – District Athletics $ 3.48 million
    TOTAL $ 49.9 million
    4
  • Proposition 1 – Instructional FocusSummary List
    Renovations & Additions to High School
    • Changes the learning environment at Stafford High School by providing space, technology, and flexibility to prepare students for college or careers.
    • Fine Arts Improvements (Band, Choir, Drama, Art)
    • Technology Improvements
    • 1 computer : 4 students ratio – mobile computing devices
    • Replace existing aging technology equipment
    • 3 Yr replacement (Year 3 – 6)
    • Upgrades to the High School Cafeteria / Serving areas
    • JROTC Area Improvements
    5
  • 6
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design
  • 7
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design
  • 8
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design
    Instructional Labs / Classroom Addition
  • 9
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design
    Computer Labs Renovation / Classroom Addition
  • 10
    Prop 1 – High School Instructional FocusCampus Impact Diagram
    Ropes
    Maint.
    Parking
    Drama
    Band-1
    Art
    Labs/Clrms
    PK-6 Fine Arts
    Choir
    HS
    Addition
    MS / HS
    Renovation
    Band-2
    Cafeteria
    JROTC
    Library
    CAFE
    HS Parking
    10
  • 11
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Overview (Floor 1)
    High School – Proposed Conceptual Plan Overview
    GENERAL STUDIES
    TECHNOLOGY
    FINE ARTS
    PROFESSIONAL
    LIBRARY / ENTRY
    ADDITION 
     RENOVATION
    11
  • 12
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Overview (Floor 2)
    High School – Proposed Conceptual Plan Overview
    TECHNOLOGY (FLOOR 2)
    ADDITION 
     RENOVATION
    12
  • 13
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View
    HS: Entry / Library / Go Center
    ENTRY – MS, HS ADMIN
    “GO” CENTER
    LGI/FLEX SPACE
    LGI / FLEX
    LIBRARY
    ENTRY
    (Middle + High School)
    13
    KEY PLAN
  • 14
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View 1
    HS: Fine Arts / Dining
    BAND – MS, HS
    CHOIR
    DRAMA / THEATER
    ART – MS, HS
    LGI/FLEX SPACE
    DINING AREA
    SERVING CONCEPT
    FINE ARTS
    KITCHEN
    SERVING
    DINING
    14
    KEY PLAN
    MS/HS RENOVATION
  • 15
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View 2
    HS: General Studies
    ADDITION 
     RENOVATION
    ENGLISH
    MATH
    SCIENCE
    SOCIAL STUDIES
    ECONOMICS
    FOREIGN LANGUAGE
    GENERAL STUDIES
    15
    KEY PLAN
  • 16
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View 3
    HS: Professional Studies
    ADDITION 
     RENOVATION
    BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
    ADMINISTRATION
    MARKETING
    EDUCATION
    TRAINING
    LAW, PUBLIC SAFETY
    CORRECTIONS
    SECURITY
    MILITARY SCIENCEJROTC 1-4
    PROFESSIONAL
    16
    KEY PLAN
  • 17
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View 4
    HS: Technology Studies (Floor 1)
    TECHNOLOGY
    SEAL ACADEMY
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    MANUFACTURING
    TRANSPORTATION
    DISTRIBUTION
    LOGISTICS
    HEALTH SCIENCES
    AGRICULTURAL FOOD
    NATURAL SCIENCES
    17
    KEY PLAN
  • 18
    High School Addition / RenovationConceptual Design – Plan Detail View 5
    HS: Technology Studies (Floor 2)
    SEAL ACADEMY
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    MANUFACTURING
    TRANSPORTATION
    DISTRIBUTION
    LOGISTICS
    HEALTH SCIENCES
    AGRICULTURAL FOOD
    NATURAL SCIENCES
    18
    TECHNOLOGY
    KEY PLAN
  • Proposition 2 – District InfrastructureSummary List
    19
    Primary, Elementary, and Intermediate Schools
    • Replace 12 classrooms with foundation issues
    • Additional 10 classrooms (Dual Language) + restrooms
    • New parent drop-off lane at Primary School
    • Replace canopies and paving at Intermediate School
    • Replace Aging “white color” roofs at all campuses
    • Primary, Elementary Campus
    • Middle School + High School
    • Gymnasiums
    • Associated Transition / Move Costs
  • Proposition 3 – Building Systems & SecuritySummary List
    20
    Security Upgrades (Access Controls, Digital Cameras)
    Replacement of aging HVAC systems and providing additional controls for improved energy savings
    • Existing Building Electrical Service Upgrades
    • Network Server + Hardware/Software Upgrades (necessary for the technology included in Proposition 1)
    • District Transportation Fleet Replacement Vehicles
    • 12 buses, 1 Suburban, 1 Van
  • Proposition 4 – District AthleticsSummary List
    21
    District Athletic Improvements
    • Existing Stadium Improvements
    • Grass Field Upgrades (Grading, Sodding, Irrigation)
    • Track / Field Events Upgrades
    • New Ticket Booth at Home Side
    • New Concessions Area (Included in Field House Expansion)
    • Replace 4 Tennis Courts
    • Practice Field Improvements (Grading, Sodding, Irrigation)
    • Renovation and expansion of the existing Field House to serve multiple sports
  • Tax Rate Implications
    22
    Proposed Tax Rate
  • Tax Rate Implications
    23
  • Region 4 Tax Rate Comparison
    24
  • May 2-6, 2011
    8 a.m. – 5. p.m.
    25
    Early Voting
    Stafford MSD Admin. Building
    1625 Staffordshire Road
    Stafford City Hall
    2610 South Main
    May 9-10, 2011
    7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • 26
    Election Day
    May 14, 2011
    7 a.m. – 7. p.m.
  • Questions?