The money would go toward projects in a facilities master plan that was also approved by the school board. The plan prioritizes projects into three areas: immediate, to be built if funding is available, and long-term.
The facilities master plan shows immediate projects at Corte Madera School, including a new two-story classroom building, costing between $38.4 and $42.5 million. At Ormondale School, projects costing $10.9 to $12 million are included as immediate first-phase priorities.
Adding in the projects that will done if funding is available and long-term projects, Corte Madera has a total of $56.8 million to $62.8 million in master plan projects, while Ormondale School has $21 million to $23.3 million in projects.
The phase-one total for both schools is $49.3 million to $54.5 million.
Planned phase-one projects at Corte Madera, which has grades four through eight, include:
• A new two-story classroom building at $32.3 million to $35.7 million.
• Classroom modernization and repairs, including heating and air conditioning, lighting, flooring, windows, paint, door hardware, and ceilings at $919,000 to $1 million.
• Campus repairs and renovations, including roofing, siding, paint, restrooms and storm drains at $2 million to $2.3 million.
• Fields, courtyard and PE storage at $3.1 to $3.5 million (courtyard renovations are projected at $2.5 million to $2.7 million).
Planned phase-one projects at Ormondale School, which has transitional kindergarten through grade three, are:
• New innovation center at $6.6 million to $7.2 million.
• Classroom modernization and repairs including heating and air conditioning, lighting, flooring, windows, paint, door hardware, and ceilings at $1.6 million to $1.8 million.
• Campus repairs and renovations, including roofing, siding, paint and storm drains at $1.2 million to $1.4 million.
• Repairing fields and renovating the grass courtyard at $1.5 to $1.6 million.
See the full facilities master plan online at is.gd/PVSD_Plan.
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