How the $86 million will be distributed among schools if the bond issue passes
For more information about the Roaring Fork School District Re-1 bond, please visit http://www.rfkids.orgBasaltBasalt Elementary School- $9,176,518Demolish the upper elementary and older north part of the lower elementary and possibly Red Brick Building. Renovate Lower Elementary including addition of air conditioning in all spaces except existing gym. Add 39,000 square feet of new space for a total of 78,000 square feet. Increase optimum capacity from 505 to 542. Renovate parking, building access and play areas. If passed, students will no longer walk to the middle school to catch the bus. Assumed construction in 2005.Basalt Middle School – $1,836,164Improve bus drop off. Door and roof replacements. New wall coverings in corridors, safety improvements at auditorium catwalk. Replacement of exhaust fans, cooling office areas, plumbing upgrades. Replace football field panel, add power/outlets for computers, upgrade intercom and exit lights. Add 2,775 square feet for computer lab and media center expansion, replace bleachers. Assumed construction in 2005Basalt High School – $3,343,125Increase capacity from 403 to 535. Complete major turf and site elements in “Field of Dreams” area. Add cooling to library, administration and computer room. Add 13,500 square feet which would include: Five new general classrooms, space for training room and PE storage, remodel existing training room into athletic locker space, add space for wood shop storage, add 3-D art room, instrumental music space. Assume construction in 2005.CarbondaleCrystal River Elementary – $9,279,328Expand building from 19,657 square feet to 75,000 square feet. Move grades 2-4 from Carbondale Elementary to Crystal River Elementary. Move fifth-grade to relocated Carbondale Middle School (old Roaring Fork High School). Close Carbondale Elementary School. Increase capacity from 170 students to 542. Convert/share soccer field with Carbondale Middle School (old Roaring Fork High School) . Improve physical deficiencies such as: Lighting, play equipment, fencing, additional sidewalks, storage, painting, add air conditioning and back-up water heater. Assumed construction in 2005Carbondale Elementary – $571,355This building will be demolished. Assumed construction in 2006Old Carbondale Middle SchoolThe current middle school will be moved to the current Roaring Fork High School and will be used as a district-wide support facility. New Carbondale Middle School (old Roaring Fork High School) – $2,118,097Increase capacity from 239 to 437. Remodel 10,500 square feet: Expand kitchen and commons, use weight room for auxiliary gym, convert art rooms to class rooms, remodel locker rooms, convert wood shop area to art room/classroom. Correct physical deficiencies: Upgrade bleachers, resurface/revise parking lot for bus drop off, sidewalk improvements, replace deteriorated wood siding, new carpet, door replacement, space for outdoor equipment, refurbish auditorium seats, safety auditorium catwalk, replace wall coverings in corridors, replace exhaust fans, add cooling to computer room, plumbing upgrades, abandon gas service in science labs, add power outlets, upgrade lighting, upgrade intercom, fire alarm system, exit lights and theater wiring/lighting. Assumed construction in 2006Roaring Fork High School-$18,746,000Construct new high school on 24 acre North Face property. Pay off current mortgage on site. Add practice fields to site. Size and quality similar to Basalt High School with addition of educational adequacy improvements (79,284 square feet + 9,130 square feet = 84,414 square feet. Increase capacity from 403 to 580. Assume construction in 2005Glenwood SpringsGlenwood Elementary-$907,684Upgrade/repair steps and portico at main building. Replace broken transit panels at the Bolitho and Annex buildings. Upgrade HVAC system in main elementary building. Remodel administration area. Replace wall coverings in corridors of main elementary building. Add air conditioning to m main elementary building except gym. Install new soft surfaces at play area. Assume construction in 2006Sopris Elementary-$2,486,640Add 13,500 square feet to existing building for a total area of 67,860 square feet. Add eight classrooms, storage space and teacher work space. Increase capacity from 395 to 542. Correct physical deficiencies: Improve drainage, add sidewalks, add lighting, replace roof pavers, add heat tape to down spouts, add air conditioning every where but the gym. Assume construction in 2005Glenwood Springs Middle School – $524,203Add sidewalks, expand parking lot to provide a bus drop-off area, remove track and re-landscape, add restroom/team storage building at baseball field, add covered canopy at main entry, storage space. Add air conditioning to media center, computer rooms. Plumbing upgrades, additional power outlets, additional lighting, upgrade Exit and emergency lights, add lighting to stage, expand media center, add casework for two science rooms. Assumed construction in 2005Glenwood Springs High School -$34,289,478Expand site from 14.4 acres to at least 20 acres by purchasing additional properties. Add on site parking and expand athletic fieldsIncrease capacity from 811 to 850. Increase building area from 122,475 square feet to 153,000 square feet. Provide core space for future expansion to 1000 students. Replace most of the existing building with a new building. Reuse/renovate remaining 35,000 square feet to near new condition. This would include the gym, auditorium, weight room and adjacent sports spaces. Assume construction in 2006.Districtwide service building (vacated Carbondale Middle School) – $295,963Move Bridges High School to academic areas of building. Move technology staff/warehouse to existing stage/technology areas of building. Create new vocational programs, supplementing those offered at Career Center. Convert west side of building-including gym, cafeteria, locker rooms and kitchen-into a Community Center. Assumed construction in 2006.Move Bridges High School to academic areas of building. Move technology staff/warehouse to existing stage/technology areas of building. Create new vocational programs, supplementing those offered at Career Center. Convert west side of building-including gym, cafeteria, locker rooms and kitchen-into a Community Center. Assumed construction in 2006.
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