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NORTH MASON SCHOOLS Bond & Levy Proposals. Presentation to the Board of Directors David Peterson, Superintendent July 10, 2008. Facilities: The Need. Unhoused Students & Overcrowding MS/HS. Undersized Core Facilities at NMHS. Lack of Gym Space for PE, Athletics, and Community.

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North mason schools bond levy proposals

NORTH MASON SCHOOLSBond & Levy Proposals

Presentation to the Board of Directors

David Peterson, Superintendent

July 10, 2008


Facilities the need

Facilities: The Need

  • Unhoused Students & Overcrowding MS/HS

  • Undersized Core Facilities at NMHS

  • Lack of Gym Space for PE, Athletics, and Community

  • Health & Safety Issues

  • traffic issues at Belfair

  • leaky walls/roofs

  • uncontrolled entries and exits

  • Age-Related Deteriorization of HMS, NMHS, and Hawkins Gym

  • Code Deficiencies & Outdated (Outlived) Systems


The facility committee recommendation 58 030 000

The Facility Committee Recommendation$58,030,000

  • Construct a New Middle School ($37,289,116)

  • Modernize and Enlarge NMHS ($19,076,663)

  • Repairs/Upgrades at Elementary Schools ($1,650,449)


North mason schools bond levy proposals

The Levy/Budget Team’s Recommendation


Is there a less expensive option

Is there a less expensive option?

  • Modernized and Enlarge NMHS ($23,806,277)

  • Same as “full” proposal

  • PLUS -- Add 8 classrooms to NMHS

  • Repair HMS ($8,772,392)

  • Repairs/Upgrades at Elementary Schools ($1,650,449)

  • Same as the committee’s recommendation

  • Include in levy only highly supported items ($1.76/1000)

  • Basic Levy Renewal

  • Curriculum and instructional materials (year 2 and 3)

  • Technology replacement cycle (extended)


Some cost comparisons

Some Cost Comparisons

  • New Middle School by 2013 (35-50 year building)$37,300,000

  • A. MS Major Renovation by 2013 (15-20 year building)16,600,000B. New MS in 2030 (escalation @ 5% annually)$89,800,000total cost through 2030$106,100,000

  • A. MS “Patch and Paint” by 2012$8,800,000B. New MS in 2020$55,200,000total cost through 2020$64,000,000


North mason schools bond levy proposals

Superintendent’s Recommendation

(keep total local tax rate under $3.50)

1. Request a Renewal of the Current Levy, plus

  • Fund Curriculum Renewal Cycle starting in Year 2

  • Fund an “extended” technology replacement cycle (add one year to recommended life cycle)

2. Request a $56 million bond ($1.72/1000): the committee’s recommendation with the following changes:

  • Assume $1.5 million in state match

  • Use Grapeview funds to build the Sand Hill covered play area


North mason schools bond levy proposals

Superintendent’s Recommendation: Levy


North mason schools bond levy proposals

Superintendent’s Recommendation: Bond + Levy


Questions

Questions?


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