What would the APS mill levy, bond questions fund? - Albuquerque Journal

What would the APS mill levy, bond questions fund?

A list of projects the Albuquerque Public Schools District says will be funded if the capital mill levy and bond questions are approved by voters in the Nov. 2 election. The measures would generate $630 million for APS.

♦ Arroyo del Oso Elementary: School replacement construction, $27,081,185.33

♦ Barcelona Elementary: Classroom block construction, $10,725,493.33

♦ Highland High: Classroom block construction, $27,957,586.67

♦ Hubert Humphrey Elementary: School construct/renovations of admin and classroom block replacement, $21,914,884.00

♦ M.A. Binford Elementary: Classroom block construction, $9,570,485.33

♦ McKinley Middle School: Classroom block/admin construction, $14,709,736

♦ Sierra Vista Elementary: Classroom block construction, $13,066,666.67

♦ Taylor Middle School: Classroom block construction, $14,872,366.67

♦ Truman Middle School: Classroom block construction, $18,668,178.67

♦ Valle Vista Elementary: Classroom block construction, $11,561,576

♦ Zia Elementary: School replacement construction, $18,400,000

♦ On-Line School/eCademy: Upgrade improvements, $1,500,000

♦ Harrison Middle School: Design/construct first phase of a planned 3 phased total school replacement project, $30,333,333.33

♦ Desert Ridge Middle School: Design/construct classroom addition and site infrastructure improvements, $13,453,000

♦ Van Buren Middle School: Design/construct first phase of a planned 3 phased total school replacement project, $30,333,333.33

♦ Whitter Elementary: Design/construct classroom block and admin replacement, $13,612,000

♦ La Mesa Elementary: Design/construct/renovations and classroom block replacement, $16,638,000

♦ Eldorado High: Design/construct new Title IX PE/gym wing – first 2 phases of a planned 5 phase school replacement plan, $33,600,000

♦ Corrales Elementary: Design/construct and renovate new gym, cafeteria, playgrounds, and classroom block – first phase of a planned 2 phase school renovation/refurbishment project, $6,380,000

 

MAJOR DISTRICTWIDE (ALL SCHOOLS) CAPITAL PROJECTS

♦ Districtwide classroom educational technology: $110,000,000

♦ Capital distribution to Albuquerque area charter schools: $68,617,021.28

♦ Construction contingencies, portable classrooms, and property acquisition: $27,910.000.00

♦ School security and safety: $12,500.000

♦ Roofing: $8,000,000

♦ Heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC): $15,000.000

♦ General school upgrades & special projects: $13,500,000

♦ Abatement and site utilities: $9,500,000

♦ ADA compliance and site circulation safety: $4,400,000

♦ Water/energy conservation and artificial turf: $8,750,000

♦ CABQ Physical Education Aquatic Project (Pool) serving La Cueva and Eldorado clusters: $2,000,000

SOURCE: Albuquerque Public Schools 


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