LAS VEGAS (FOX5) –
Clark County School District authorities are figuring out ways to make use of $4 billion they will be getting after the Nevada Legislature passed a renewed bond authority.
The district’s primary financial officer, Jim McIntosh, stated it’s been 5 years given that the district has built a brand-new school. All construction was halted after county voter’s overruled a 2012 effort to access bonds.
District authorities stated the $4 billion will just cover half of exactly what’s required for new schools, renovation and modernization. That’s why they have set up a public online forum over the next two weeks in every trustee’s district.
The neighborhood will be able to voice whether the funds need to be distributed to new schools, changing schools, repairing heating and cooling systems or upgrading innovation.
Half a billion has actually currently been set aside for 12 brand-new schools and two replacement schools in the planning stages, but McIntosh said those won’t even start to resolve the record number of students the district now has.
“Twelve brand-new schools is not going to address our capacity concern across the Valley, and so we are also taking a look at putting additions on schools. We are also taking a look at improving some of our older schools, entering and replacing A/C systems, plumbing systems, electrical systems,” McIntosh said. “We’re also taking a look at classroom equity, which is bringing our older schools as much as the technical standards of the newer schools we’re constructing today.”
The district has up until September 20 to collect data and input from the community. Leaders will certainly provide a few 10-year strategies to the Board of Trustees to select from on September 24. To provide your input, click right here.
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