Measure A Status Report, 2010

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Measure A Status Report, 2010

  1. 1. Measure A – Building our Future! San Ramon Valley Unified School District Modernization and Reconstruction Status Report February 2010
  2. 2. Measure A – a community investment! Thanks to voter-approved school facilities bonds passed in 1998 (Measure D) and 2002 (Measure A), the San Ramon Valley Unified School District continues to move forward with major modernization projects, promoting safe, healthy and highly functional facilities for our children to learn!  Measure A, a $260 million bond, is allowing the district to reduce overcrowding (particularly at our high schools), upgrade and replace outdated electrical and HVAC systems, upgrade and renovate classrooms that are 25 years old, add science and technology labs and replace temporary portable classrooms with permanent buildings. The designs of these facilities are functional, cost-effective, and of high-quality construction making the buildings easier to maintain and reducing future maintenance costs. In addition, the district has been able to secure more than $60 million in state matching funds, giving taxpayers a higher return on their investment. For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  3. 3. Measure A Oversight Committee <ul><li>State law requires that Measure A, a Proposition 39 Facilities Bond, has a citizens' oversight committee that conducts independent financial and performance audits to ensure funds are spent specifically on school improvements. The Measure A Facilities Oversight and Advisory Committee was appointed by the Board of Education in January 2003.  The Committee, commonly referred to as the &quot;FOAC,&quot; meets monthly and is charged with the following: </li></ul><ul><li>Provide oversight of Measure A expenditures in order to assure bond proceeds are utilized to complete the Measure A projects. </li></ul><ul><li>Inform the public about the expenditure of bond proceeds, including the submission of an annual report to the Board of Education. </li></ul><ul><li>Provide design and cost recommendations to the Board at the conceptual design and construction document phases of projects consistent with the intent of Measure A.  </li></ul><ul><li>Provide recommendations on priorities for remaining Measure A projects. </li></ul><ul><li>Provide input and recommendations on future facilities needs of schools and district.  </li></ul><ul><li>Provide recommendations on specific related issues as requested by the Board of Education. </li></ul><ul><li>Through this committee, the community as a whole is able to participate in the process of reviewing school facilities and planning for the future. The committee began its work in February 2005. Regular meetings are held once a month on Tuesday evenings. The FOAC is an official Board oversight committee; as such, committee meetings are open to the public and subject to all provisions of the Brown Act. For more information about the oversight committee, contact the Facilities Department at 925-552-5986. </li></ul>For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  4. 4. We’ve come a long way! For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  5. 5. For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  6. 6. ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  7. 7. Neil Armstrong Elementary School 2849 Calais Drive, San Ramon Project: Modernization Start Date: September 2003 Completion Date: April 2005  Modernization at Neil Armstrong began in the fall of 2003 and was completed for the 2005-2006 school year. The project included a total school renovation with the addition of a new computer lab with 34 stations, a science lab, and a self-contained library. Armstrong looks like a brand new school thanks to the generosity of this community and the new modernization of this building project.
  8. 8. John Baldwin Elementary School 41 Brookside Drive, Danville Project:  New School Construction Construction Start Date: June 2005 Completion Date: August 2006 After careful analysis, a staff and Measure A Citizen’s Oversight Committee recommendation was approved by the Board of Education to entirely re-construct John Baldwin Elementary School, which included kindergarten classrooms, K-5 classrooms, office, and library. With the exception of the newer multipurpose building, the school was demolished and rebuilt to a much more functional design.
  9. 9. Bollinger Canyon Elementary School 2300 Talavera Drive, San Ramon  Project:  New School Construction Start Date: June 2005 Completion Date: August 2006 Similar to John Baldwin Elementary, a staff and Measure A Citizen’s Oversight Committee recommendation was approved by the Board of Education to entirely re-construct Bollinger Canyon Elementary School, which included kindergarten classrooms, K-5 classrooms, office, and library. With the exception of the newer multipurpose building, the school was demolished and rebuilt to a much more functional design.
  10. 10. Walt Disney Elementary School 3250 Pine Valley Road, San Ramon  Project:  Modernization Start Date: July 2003 Completion Date: February 2005 Walt Disney’s campus-wide modernization included: Renovation of the school library and all classrooms, new HVAC units throughout the campus, structural upgrades, new carpet and linoleum, restroom upgrades, and two new computer labs.
  11. 11. Green Valley Elementary School 1001 Diablo Road, Danville Project: Modernization Start Date: December 2006 Completion Date: Spring 2008 Construction at Green Valley Elementary School was completed in the late Spring of 2008. Two new classroom wings were added replacing old portable classrooms. The computer classroom was modernized and the existing multipurpose room was enlarged and modified. The newly constructed administration building includes two resource rooms, a speech, and a psychology room. 
  12. 12. Greenbrook Elementary School 1475 Harlan Drive, Danville Project:  New School Construction Start Date: June 2005 Completion Date: August 2006 Similar to John Baldwin and Bollinger Canyon, Greenbrook Elementary was approved for demolition and complete reconstruction, which included kindergarten classrooms, K-5 classrooms, office, and library. With the exception of the newer multipurpose building, the school was demolished and rebuilt to a much more functional design.
  13. 13. Montair Elementary School 300 Quinterra Lane, Danville Project:  Modernization   Start Date: July 2003 Completion Date: March 2005 Montair’s modernization involved a campus-wide renovation including construction of permanent classrooms to replace temporary portable classrooms. Other improvements included: New metal roofs on every building, new HVAC units throughout the campus, structural upgrades, new concrete walkways, and new electrical, lighting, data and plumbing systems throughout.
  14. 14. Rancho Romero Elementary School 180 Hemme Avenue, Alamo Project:  Modernization - New Kindergarten Building/Computer Lab/Admin Bldg. Construction Start Date: September 2007 Completion Date: April 2008 The new kindergarten building includes two classrooms, teachers’ work room, staff, student and kindergarten bathrooms. The new playground and building are joined by new covered walkways which were installed throughout the campus. The data network and all utilities were placed underground, allowing for the completion of new metal roofs campus wide. The project also included new landscaping and irrigation, and administration building.
  15. 15. Tassajara Hills Elementary School 4675 Camino Tassajara, Danville  Project: New Computer Classroom Building Construction Start Date: June 2006 Completion Date: December 2006 Construction of the new computer classroom building at Tassajara Hills Elementary School was completed in the fall of 2006. Prior to this, there were no computer classrooms at Tassajara Hills. The computer classroom was built to the District’s standard including new computers, projector, screen and furniture.
  16. 16. Twin Creeks Elementary School 785 Marsh Drive, San Ramon Project: New Multi-Use Building/Master Plan Start Date: Design 2008, Construction 2009 Estimated Completion Date: Spring 2010 A new multipurpose building is currently under construction at Twin Creeks. The building includes a full basketball court, elevated stage, kitchen and state-of-the art audio and video projection equipment. Twin Creeks has also been master planned  for a future bond to include a new kindergarten building, standard classrooms, and redesign of the existing multipurpose and library buildings.
  17. 17. Vista Grande Elementary School 667 Diablo Road, Danville   Project: Modernization Start Date: July 2005 Completion Date: April 2007 The modernization of Vista Grande included a new multipurpose building, upgraded underground utilities, classroom improvements (including lighting and HVAC), new library and computer lab, installation of Voice-over-internet-protocol telephones throughout the campus, and upgraded clock and speaker system. The administration area was demolished and rebuilt with a new teacher lounge and outdoor patio area.
  18. 18. MIDDLE SCHOOLS For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  19. 19. Charlotte Wood Middle School 600 El Capitan, Danville   Project: Modernization, HVAC/Science Classroom Start Date: July 2005 Completion Date: April 2007 Project included a science classroom and HVAC upgrade.
  20. 20. Diablo Vista Middle School 4100 Camino Tassajara, Danville   Project: New Gymnasium/Play Fields and Library/Media Center Start Date: June 2004 Completion Date: August 2007 Completion of the construction at Diablo Vista Middle School included a new 10,500 square foot gymnasium, synthetic turf field and track, playfields and school parking lot. The new library/media center was completed Spring 2005. The building includes new library, computer lab, conference room, counselor offices, and a special education classroom.
  21. 21. Pine Valley Middle School 3000 Pine Valley Road, San Ramon Project: New School Construction Start Date: December 2006 Completion Date: August 2008 Construction at Pine Valley Middle School consisted of a total modernization of the existing campus including new campus infrastructure with a new classroom building, new electrical and data. In the 15,432 sq. ft. of new construction, the new buildings contain all classrooms, a library, two computer labs, two art rooms, and boys' and girls' locker rooms. There are also new covered walkways throughout the campus.  
  22. 22. HIGH SCHOOLS For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net
  23. 23. California High School <ul><li>9870 Broadmoor Ave., San Ramon </li></ul><ul><li>Project: Modernization </li></ul><ul><li>Start Date: January 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Completion Date: Fall 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>The massive modernization at California High School includes the following completed projects: </li></ul><ul><li>• New 3-story, 63-classroom building is in its second year of use. </li></ul><ul><li>• New 8311 sq. ft. library in its second year of use. </li></ul><ul><li>New, open quad area of approximately 67,000 square feet provides a gathering place for students. </li></ul><ul><li>New 3,700 sq. ft. career technology building. </li></ul><ul><li>New 3,577 sq. ft. counseling building. </li></ul><ul><li>New two-story fine and applied arts building. </li></ul>
  24. 24. California High School – Phase 3 <ul><li>9870 Broadmoor Ave., San Ramon </li></ul><ul><li>Project: Modernization Phase 3 </li></ul><ul><li>Estimated Completion Date: Fall 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>Phase 3 of the CHS Modernization Project includes construction of a new gymnasium building/events center, partial demolition and remodeling of the existing theater building, construction of a new portion of the theater building, and fire alarm and clock/speaker system upgrades on campus. </li></ul>
  25. 25. Monte Vista High School 3131 Stone Valley Road, Alamo Project: Modernization Start Date: November 2005 Completion Date: August 2007 Many of the upgrades to Monte Vista High School were completed under the previous school construction bond. Measure A modernization construction consisted of an addition to the existing commons area, a new two-story classroom building with 18 standard classrooms, a science and culinary classroom, a new career tech. building with a clean and dirty lab, and all associated utility work, hardscape and landscaping. A total of more than 41,000 square feet of construction.
  26. 26. San Ramon Valley High School <ul><li>501 Danville Blvd., Danville </li></ul><ul><li>Project: Modernization </li></ul><ul><li>Start Date: May 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Estimated Completion Date: August 2010 </li></ul><ul><li>The major modernization of San Ramon Valley High School includes the following completed projects: </li></ul><ul><li>• New two-story, 28,354 sq. ft. Commons and Library building. The Commons consists of a central kitchen with indoor and outdoor serving, video production classrooms, restrooms, and storage rooms. The Library consists of a work room, conference rooms, teachers’ lounge, staff restrooms, and computer lab. </li></ul><ul><li>New 8.000 sq. ft addition to the existing Performing Arts building consisting of state-of-the-art instrumental and vocal classrooms, practice rooms, and storage. </li></ul><ul><li>New two-story 28,804 sq. ft. classroom building consisting of 15 standard classrooms, 2 computer labs, and computer workroom. </li></ul><ul><li>New 22,685 sq. ft. Auxiliary Gymnasium building which consists of an 8,100 sq. ft. gymnasium, girls’ locker room and showers, girls’ team room, staff office, training room, aerobics/wrestling room, dance room, fitness/weight room, meeting room, boys and girls restrooms, and four storage rooms. </li></ul>
  27. 27. San Ramon Valley HS – in construction... 501 Danville Blvd., Danville Project: New Gymnasium/Career Technology Estimated Completion Date: August 2010 Demolition of the main gymnasium started in June 2008 and was completed in the Fall of 2008. • Demolition of the old auxiliary gymnasium was completed in June 2009, ready for the construction of the new main gymnasium. • A new main gymnasium is currently under construction. • A new career technology building and new parking area are currently under construction.
  28. 28. Venture School 10540 Albion Road, San Ramon Project: New School Construction Start Date: January 2006 Completion Date: August 2007 Venture Independent Study School’s new facility opened on the southeast corner of the Dougherty Valley High School property. The new 11,200 square foot facility includes two classrooms, administration offices with conference room, art/science room, computer lab and student study/media center room.
  29. 29. Thanks to our community! The local school facilities projects included in the Measure A School Construction Bond have become a major source of community pride! These schools are safer, more functional and more conducive to environments that support the extremely high level of academic excellence to which the San Ramon Valley community has become accustomed. We thank the voters of our community for supporting public education and for understanding that quality school facilities are a sound investment in our future! For more information about Measure A and school facilities, contact the SRVUSD Facilities Department at 925-552-5986 or visit www.srvusd.net

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