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Measure K Projects

FIXING AGING FACILITIES  ~  BUILDING NEW SCHOOLS ~ EXPANDING CAREER TRAINING

The KHSD anticipates using proceeds from the Bonds to construct, acquire, expand and equip a new high school, up to two new Career Technical Education Regional Training Centers, one or more Magnet/Career Training Centers and a Special Education Facility. The exact size, configuration and location of each project will be determined by the Board of Trustees and based on the needs of the district. Proceeds from the Bonds will also be used to repair, renovate and equip schools, facilities and classrooms throughout the KHSD, as determined by the Board of Trustees and based on the needs of the district.

The KHSD Board of Trustees has identified the projects listed below as district priorities and anticipates using bond proceeds to complete the projects listed below.

Proposed Projects (2016 - 2020)

 

Start Year

Cost

Career Training Center

2016

$60,000,000

Career Training Center

2017

$63,000,000

Special Education Facility

2018

$9,200,000

Comprehensive School

2019

$125,000,000

Swimming Pools (2)

2017

 $21,250,000

Foothill High Modernization (50 year)

2016

$23,729,658

North High Modernization - Phase 2A

2016

$ 8,900,000

Arvin High Modernization (30 year)

2017

$ 28,000,000

Bakersfield High - Warren Hall

2017

$ 42,500,000

Regional Occupation Center and Bakersfield Adult School (30 year)

2018

$28,400,000

 

TOTAL

$409,979,658*

*Measure K is a $280 million bond; however, the district will leverage state matching funds to support %35 of the projects ($410 million x .65 = $267 million cost to the district )