Option #1

  • How can we address capacity and safety needs?
  • How can we address diversity and equity through programming?
  • How can we use the opening of new schools as way to create options for year-round or single-gender?

 

Project

Total Cost

Description

Priority Projects

Konnoak Elementary

$18,986,625

Partial replacement, increase capacity from 400 to 750, 2 pre-K classrooms

Lowrance Middle

$19,542,314

Relocation @ Paisley

John F. Kennedy High

$18,263,634

Renovation for CTE classrooms

WSPA

Enhance post-secondary opportunities

$6,904,800

Relocation of high school program

Hanes Magnet

HAG*, Expand STEM*

$5,040,000

Relocation @ Cameron Ave.

Innovative Learning Centers

$21,185,145

Re-imagine media centers in all schools

New middle school

$26,989,200

New, addresses capacity needs, capacity of 800

Maintenance and capital improvements

$29,400,000

Replace building component systems (roofs, boilers, chillers, controls, windows, lights, fire alarms, etc.)

High school stadium upgrade

$3,000,000

Mount Tabor home side

Priority Project TOTAL

$149,311,718

 

Elementary School Improvements

Ashley Academy

Global Technology Academy

$25,225,200

Replacement, increase capacity from 450 to 800, 2 pre-K classrooms

Brunson Elementary

$25,225,200

Replacement, increase capacity from 400 to 800, 2 pre-K classrooms

Cook Elementary

Repurpose as possible Pre-K Center, year-round, single gender or other

$14,810,796

Renovation and addition, increase capacity from 450 to 600, 2 pre-K classrooms

Easton Elementary

$9,009,000

Addition, increase capacity from 300 to 550, 2 pre-K classrooms, new cafeteria

Sherwood Forest Elementary

$14,811,206

Replacement, increase capacity from 552 to 600

Southwest Elementary

$25,225,200

Replacement, increase capacity from 657 to 800, 2 pre-K classrooms

New Zone 8 Elementary

STEM OR Year-round possibilities

$25,225,200

New, capacity of 800, 2 pre-K classrooms

Pre-Kindergarten Center

$3,024,000

New, increase pre-K capacity by 108, 6 pre-K classrooms

Land for an eastern elementary

$1,500,000

Land purchase for future needs

Elementary School TOTAL

$144,055,802

Increase capacity from 2809 to 4150 and 800 new

Middle School Improvements

Hill Middle

Possible HAG expansion

$28,507,343

Replacement, increase capacity from 631 to 845

Paisley IB Magnet

Expand IB Programme, more HS classrooms

$23,490,086

Renovation, increase capacity from 627 to 827

Philo-Hill Magnet

Enhance magnet theme OR STEM

$17,096,649

Renovation, increase capacity from 445 to 550

Wiley Magnet

Expand STEAM*

$9,324,000

Renovation, increase capacity from 600 to 700, replace gym

New middle at Smith Farm

Dual language OR Newcomer Center

$26,989,200

New, relieve Southeast Middle, capacity of 800

New Walkertown Middle

$26,989,200

New, increase Walkertown High capacity, capacity of 800

New Southwest Middle

$26,989,200

New; relieve Clemmons, Flat Rock, Jefferson and Meadowlark; capacity of 800

New middle on Robinhood Rd. 

$26,989,200

New, relieve Meadowlark and Jefferson, capacity of 800

Middle School TOTAL**

$159,385,678

Increase capacity from 2303 to 2922 and 3200 new

High School Improvements

North Forsyth High

$27,547,045

Renovation to update buildings, safety, ADA access, gyms

Reynolds High

$20,553,410

Replacement of history building, renovation of gyms, ADA access, HVAC system

East Forsyth High

$20,139,230

Renovation to update buildings, safety, ADA access, cafeteria

High School TOTAL

$68,239,685

 

Other Improvements

Safety/Cameras

$3,500,000

Cameras to district standard for all schools, entry access controls for all middle schools

High school stadium upgrades

$13,000,000

Glenn home side ($3M), North Forsyth home side ($2.5M), Deaton-Thompson home and visiting sides ($5M), Reynolds contribution to home side ($2.5M)

Operations improvements

$14,994,000

Bus garage and food services operational needs @ Indiana Ave. property

Other TOTAL

$31,494,000

 

Option #1 TOTAL

$552,486,883

 

*Definitions: HAG = highly academically gifted; STEM = science, technology, engineering, math; STEAM = science, technology, engineering, arts, math

**Cost of one new middle school included in Priority Projects
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