Submitted by Ariana Fine on Thu, 05/21/2015 - 3:12am
Major items in the Texas district's proposal include a new elementary school, a science and technology center for Allen High School, and a new building to replace the facility housing the freshman campus.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Thu, 05/21/2015 - 3:01am
Going greener is the focus at Waterbury’s Kaynor Tech, where students are building another “e-house”. The project is part of the nation’s first “green” construction learning laboratories for high school students. The kids are focusing on a clean energy curriculum, learning all about the latest technologies in the field.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Thu, 05/14/2015 - 12:01am
Pulaski County Special School District voters defeated a proposed 5.6-mill property-tax increase to finance a $221 million school construction plan and help end federal court supervision of the district's desegregation efforts.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 11:58pm
The Texas school district has allocated $283.6 million of the total for new construction. The main growth projects in the bond include its fifth high school, 10th intermediate school, a new elementary school and an early childhood education center.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 05/13/2015 - 10:25pm
Stillwater-area voters approved a $97.5 million bond referendum that will fund a districtwide renovation of school facilities and the construction of a new elementary school.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 05/06/2015 - 3:28pm
The approved referendum in the Fort Mill school district covers funds for a third high school, a new middle school, an aquatics center, a training facility, land for future schools and more.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 05/06/2015 - 3:17pm
Voters approved Edina Public Schools’ $125 million plan to renovate all of its schools, improve security and add on to the high school.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Wed, 05/06/2015 - 2:47pm
Voters in the South Carolina school district approved giving the district permission to borrow $110 million for 51 school projects, including school expansions and renovations.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Thu, 04/30/2015 - 1:42am
The state's top court upheld the ability of school districts to use an alternative form of financing to build school additions that doesn’t require voter approval. It has implications for districts across the state that build additions or purchase equipment through lease-purchase arrangements instead of by issuing bonds.
Submitted by Ariana Fine on Thu, 04/30/2015 - 1:34am
The costs for Steamboat Springs School District's four potential capital projects range from $54 million to $80 million for construction alone, and could exceed $100 million when other associated costs are added.