Pasadena ISD Bond Election       Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Campus Impact
Secondary and Alternative Campuses

The following is a individual look at the impact the "Growing Together" bond election would have on each secondary and alternative campus. To view the elementary campuses, click here.


Impact on Beverly Hills

  • $1.5 million designated for renovations to the auditorium including:
  • Asbestos abatement.
  • Curtains
  • Interior lighting and stage lighting.
  • Seating.
  • Sound system.
  • Beverly Hills will also benefit from the conversion of Morris Fifth Grade Center to a middle school for fifth and sixth grade students.

Impact on Bondy

  • Improve air-conditioning circulation and treatment to better control indoor air quality and humidity.
  • Complete renovations for ADA compliance.
  • Students at Bondy will benefit from Middle School to be built near Memorial High School.

Impact on Jackson

  • Jackson students will benefit from the conversion of DeZavala Fifth Grade Center to a middle school serving fifth and sixth grade students from the Jackson area.

Impact on Miller

  • Replace exterior entry doors and exterior lighting for better security.
  • Replace outdated boiler.
  • Asbestos abatement.
  • Replace interior lighting and ceiling tiles for brighter classroom environment
  • Replace floor tile.
  • Students at Miller will benefit from Middle School serving its attendance zone.

Impact on Park View

  • $214,000 designated for renovations.
  • Replace entry doors and exterior lighting for improved security.
  • Replace lighting in kitchen.
  • Replace fixtures for ADA compliance for disability access.

Impact on Queens

  • 1.65 million for designated renovations.
  • Renovate restroom (1).
  • Replace outdated entry doors and exterior lighting for improved security.
  • Replace air handler units to improve air circulation.
  • Asbestos abatement and replacement of ceiling tiles and interior lighting to improve classroom environment.
  • Roof repairs and replacement.
  • Upgrade electrical service for added technology.
  • Replace windows for energy efficiency.

Impact on San Jacinto

  • A new campus will be constructed for San Jacinto Intermediate School within its current attendance zone.

Impact on South Houston Int.

  • $332,000 designated for renovations.
  • Replace outdated entry doors and exterior lighting for improved security.
  • Improve air circulation to control indoor air quality.
  • Repair and replace roof.
  • South Houston Int. students will benefit from middle school built in the area for fifth and sixth grade students.

Impact on Southmore

  • Southmoreís projected enrollment in 2008 is 962 students.
  • New school building for Southmore, built at current location ($24.5 million)
  • Construction of middle school to serve 5th and 6th grade students in the Southmore attendance zone. ($16.6 million)
  • Renovations to area elementary schools that feed into Southmore.

Impact on Thompson

  • Thompsonís enrollment is expected to climb from current enrollment of 1075 to 1,455 students by 2008.
  • Middle school built on Hughes Road will relieve Thompson of itís sixth grade students and keep enrollment near 1,000 students through 2008.
  • Renovations include plumbing, ceiling tiles, and ADA requirements, plus replacing entry doors and exterior lighting for improved security and interior lighting to improve the classroom environment.

Impact on Dobie

  • A $6.2 million addition will be constructed at Dobie to add 20 classrooms and additional cafeteria and athletic space, increasing capacity to 3,500 students.

Impact on Pasadena

  • $1.5 million designated for renovation of auditorium lighting, seating, curtains, sound and asbestos abatement.
  • $558,000 designated for misc. renovations.
  • Renovate restroom (1).
  • Replace outdated entry doors for improved security.
  • Provide additional roof drainage and roof repairs.

Impact on Pasadena Memorial

  • $6.98 million will be designated for construction of a 28 classroom addition, expanded physical education space and parking. The addition will increase capacity at Memorial to 2,700 students.

Impact on Sam Rayburn

  • Rayburnís projected enrollment in 2008 is 2489 students.
  • Renovation of auditorium ($1.5 million), including asbestos abatement, interior lighting, stage lighting, seating and curtains.
  • Roof repairs and replacement.
  • ADA compliance for parking, building access and fixtures.

Impact on South Houston High

  • $1.5 million for renovations to campus, including auditorium.
  • $400,000 for misc. renovations.
  • Construction of all weather track for parity with other high schools.
  • Replace entry doors and exterior lighting for added security.
  • Provide new auto and bus canopy.

Impact on Tegeler

  • $194,000 designated for renovations.
  • Interior fixtures and site adapted for ADA compliance.
  • Improve air conditioning and air circulation to improve indoor air quality.

Impact on Skill Center

  • $140,000 designated for renovations.
  • Replace entry doors for added security.
  • Replace fixtures and hardware for ADA compliance.

Impact on Guidance Center

  • $761,000 designated for renovation.
  • Replace entry doors for added security.
  • Renovate office area for access to front door for added security.
  • Repair and replace roof.

 

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