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Title: South River School District


1
South River School District
  • District/School Referendum
  • September 30, 2014

2
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)and Debt
Service
  • Provides the opportunity to enhance existing
    facilities
  • Allows the district to maintain its commitment to
    21st century learning experiences through sound
    instructional strategies and cutting edge
    technologies

3
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Approved upgrade projects include
  • Elementary/Middle School Security Upgrades
  • Provide electronic locking tied back into card
    reader device
  • Provide intercom for communication from entrance
    to Main Office
  • Provide multiple cameras for monitoring entrance
    points and throughout other building locations
    with connectivity to Main Office monitoring
    locations

4
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Elementary/Middle School Security Upgrades
    (Contd)
  • Provide security alarm monitoring and reporting
    of alarm and trouble conditions
  • Automated access control at designated areas
  • Direct data interface to provide automatic camera
    scene display and recording

5
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Elementary/Middle School
  • Replace roof
  • Remove and dispose of existing roof remove
    existing roof drain, gravel stops/flashing, trim
    and associated flashing material
  • Provide new roofing assembly, built-up asphalt
    roofing system (approximate area 85,825 square
    feet)
  • Remove and replace existing caulking and backer
    rod around all exterior doors and windows and
    masonry control joints

6
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Primary School Security Upgrades
  • Provide electronic locking tied back into a card
    reader device
  • Provide intercom for communication from entrance
    to Main Office
  • Provide multiple cameras for monitoring entrance
    points and throughout other building locations
    with connectivity to Main Office monitoring
    locations

7
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Primary School Security Upgrades (Contd)
  • Provide security alarm monitoring and reporting
    of alarm and trouble conditions
  • Automated access control at designated areas
  • Direct data interface to provide automatic camera
    scene display and recording

8
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Approved renovation projects include
  • High School Partial Roof Replacement
  • Remove and dispose of existing roof
    (approximately 60,500 square feet) which includes
    all areas except Gymnasium, Auditorium and Weight
    Room
  • New drainage systems, flashings and associated
    trim materials

9
Debt Service Project
  • Approved addition projects include
  • Classroom Addition to the Administration Building
  • Addition of three (3) classrooms to satisfy the
    needs of the Preschool population and program
    (1,035 gross square feet per classroom including
    a bathroom in each classroom)
  • Provide Occupational and Physical Therapists
    instructional space (600 gross square feet)

10
Debt Service Project
  • Classroom Addition to the Administration Building
    (Contd)
  • Provide teacher work room (395 gross square feet)
    to meet with parents and/or students on a
    one-on-one basis

11
Debt Service Project
  • Additional Classrooms to the High School
  • Three (3) classrooms will function as computer
    labs to accommodate regular curriculum and future
    testing requirements
  • Labs will provide stations with audio/video
    capability
  • Provide setting for computer instruction and
    computer assisted instruction in business and
    other technologies

12
Debt Service Project
  • Approved improvement projects include
  • High School Site Improvements
  • Remove and install new sidewalks in area of the
    Weight Room and Trainers Room sidewalk area
    adjacent to Gymnasium and Auditorium
  • Mill and overlay High School parking lot, line,
    stripe
  • Main entrance remove planter and concrete

13
Debt Service Project
  • High School Site Improvements (Contd)
  • Entrance adjacent between main entrance and Media
    Center remove and replace concrete from curb to
    door
  • Replace flag pole sidewalk and connecting walk
  • South entrance stairs replace stairs, landing
    and rails
  • Replace damaged handrails leading to
    soccer/baseball fields out of Woodshop and Health
    classrooms

14
Debt Service Project
  • Elementary/Middle School Site Improvements
  • Rebuild existing site stairs and rail system
  • Remove and replace sidewalls
  • New connecting stair from the school to the
    parking lot

15
Debt Service Project
  • Approved upgrade projects include
  • Elementary/Middle School Technology
    Infrastructure Upgrades
  • Furnish and install 30 wireless hubs (mounted
    above ceiling)
  • Provide cabling from wireless hub to district
    network
  • Provide new fiber optic connections to district
    network
  • Provide new switch to accommodate wireless
    infrastructure

16
Debt Service Project
  • Primary School Technology Infrastructure Upgrade
  • Furnish and install 20 wireless hubs (mounted
    above ceiling)
  • Provide cabling from wireless hub to district
    network
  • Provide new fiber optic connections to district
    network
  • Provide new switch to accommodate wireless
    infrastructure

17
Debt Service Project
  • Approved improvement projects include
  • Primary School Site Improvements
  • Parking lot to be milled, compacted and repaved
    (approximately 41,900 square feet)
  • New parking lines and striping

18
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District) and Debt
Service
  • Funding from the grant and debt service will
    ensure that the District does not have to bear
    100 of the project costs
  • Department of Education will fund approximately
    52 of the costs of the projects
  • Referendum amount will be approximately 48 of
    the costs of the projects

19
Debt Service Tax Impact
  • Funding estimates an interest rate at 4.5.
    fifteen (15) years payout
  • Total assessed value of homes at 412,183,625
  • Referendum proposes approximately 7,347,917 of
    debt
  • No debt service tax impact as a result of this
    new amount
  • Decrease in the debt service tax in subsequent
    years

20
Successful Referendum Projects
  • December, 2010 High School Improvements
  • September, 2005 New Primary School opened
  • November, 1997 New Elementary/Middle School
    opened

21
Spread the Word!
  • Mention the referendum during PTA meetings
  • Share pertinent information relative to the
    project
  • Meet with district stakeholders to work in
    partnership to increase public knowledge about
    the school referendum

22
District/School Referendum
  • Remember to Vote
  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014
  • Polls Open 100 pm 900 pm
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Title: South River School District


1
South River School District
  • District/School Referendum
  • September 30, 2014

2
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)and Debt
Service
  • Provides the opportunity to enhance existing
    facilities
  • Allows the district to maintain its commitment to
    21st century learning experiences through sound
    instructional strategies and cutting edge
    technologies

3
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Approved upgrade projects include
  • Elementary/Middle School Security Upgrades
  • Provide electronic locking tied back into card
    reader device
  • Provide intercom for communication from entrance
    to Main Office
  • Provide multiple cameras for monitoring entrance
    points and throughout other building locations
    with connectivity to Main Office monitoring
    locations

4
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Elementary/Middle School Security Upgrades
    (Contd)
  • Provide security alarm monitoring and reporting
    of alarm and trouble conditions
  • Automated access control at designated areas
  • Direct data interface to provide automatic camera
    scene display and recording

5
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Elementary/Middle School
  • Replace roof
  • Remove and dispose of existing roof remove
    existing roof drain, gravel stops/flashing, trim
    and associated flashing material
  • Provide new roofing assembly, built-up asphalt
    roofing system (approximate area 85,825 square
    feet)
  • Remove and replace existing caulking and backer
    rod around all exterior doors and windows and
    masonry control joints

6
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Primary School Security Upgrades
  • Provide electronic locking tied back into a card
    reader device
  • Provide intercom for communication from entrance
    to Main Office
  • Provide multiple cameras for monitoring entrance
    points and throughout other building locations
    with connectivity to Main Office monitoring
    locations

7
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Primary School Security Upgrades (Contd)
  • Provide security alarm monitoring and reporting
    of alarm and trouble conditions
  • Automated access control at designated areas
  • Direct data interface to provide automatic camera
    scene display and recording

8
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District)
  • Approved renovation projects include
  • High School Partial Roof Replacement
  • Remove and dispose of existing roof
    (approximately 60,500 square feet) which includes
    all areas except Gymnasium, Auditorium and Weight
    Room
  • New drainage systems, flashings and associated
    trim materials

9
Debt Service Project
  • Approved addition projects include
  • Classroom Addition to the Administration Building
  • Addition of three (3) classrooms to satisfy the
    needs of the Preschool population and program
    (1,035 gross square feet per classroom including
    a bathroom in each classroom)
  • Provide Occupational and Physical Therapists
    instructional space (600 gross square feet)

10
Debt Service Project
  • Classroom Addition to the Administration Building
    (Contd)
  • Provide teacher work room (395 gross square feet)
    to meet with parents and/or students on a
    one-on-one basis

11
Debt Service Project
  • Additional Classrooms to the High School
  • Three (3) classrooms will function as computer
    labs to accommodate regular curriculum and future
    testing requirements
  • Labs will provide stations with audio/video
    capability
  • Provide setting for computer instruction and
    computer assisted instruction in business and
    other technologies

12
Debt Service Project
  • Approved improvement projects include
  • High School Site Improvements
  • Remove and install new sidewalks in area of the
    Weight Room and Trainers Room sidewalk area
    adjacent to Gymnasium and Auditorium
  • Mill and overlay High School parking lot, line,
    stripe
  • Main entrance remove planter and concrete

13
Debt Service Project
  • High School Site Improvements (Contd)
  • Entrance adjacent between main entrance and Media
    Center remove and replace concrete from curb to
    door
  • Replace flag pole sidewalk and connecting walk
  • South entrance stairs replace stairs, landing
    and rails
  • Replace damaged handrails leading to
    soccer/baseball fields out of Woodshop and Health
    classrooms

14
Debt Service Project
  • Elementary/Middle School Site Improvements
  • Rebuild existing site stairs and rail system
  • Remove and replace sidewalls
  • New connecting stair from the school to the
    parking lot

15
Debt Service Project
  • Approved upgrade projects include
  • Elementary/Middle School Technology
    Infrastructure Upgrades
  • Furnish and install 30 wireless hubs (mounted
    above ceiling)
  • Provide cabling from wireless hub to district
    network
  • Provide new fiber optic connections to district
    network
  • Provide new switch to accommodate wireless
    infrastructure

16
Debt Service Project
  • Primary School Technology Infrastructure Upgrade
  • Furnish and install 20 wireless hubs (mounted
    above ceiling)
  • Provide cabling from wireless hub to district
    network
  • Provide new fiber optic connections to district
    network
  • Provide new switch to accommodate wireless
    infrastructure

17
Debt Service Project
  • Approved improvement projects include
  • Primary School Site Improvements
  • Parking lot to be milled, compacted and repaved
    (approximately 41,900 square feet)
  • New parking lines and striping

18
ROD Grant (Regular Operating District) and Debt
Service
  • Funding from the grant and debt service will
    ensure that the District does not have to bear
    100 of the project costs
  • Department of Education will fund approximately
    52 of the costs of the projects
  • Referendum amount will be approximately 48 of
    the costs of the projects

19
Debt Service Tax Impact
  • Funding estimates an interest rate at 4.5.
    fifteen (15) years payout
  • Total assessed value of homes at 412,183,625
  • Referendum proposes approximately 7,347,917 of
    debt
  • No debt service tax impact as a result of this
    new amount
  • Decrease in the debt service tax in subsequent
    years

20
Successful Referendum Projects
  • December, 2010 High School Improvements
  • September, 2005 New Primary School opened
  • November, 1997 New Elementary/Middle School
    opened

21
Spread the Word!
  • Mention the referendum during PTA meetings
  • Share pertinent information relative to the
    project
  • Meet with district stakeholders to work in
    partnership to increase public knowledge about
    the school referendum

22
District/School Referendum
  • Remember to Vote
  • Tuesday, September 30, 2014
  • Polls Open 100 pm 900 pm
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