Mapleton Public Schools 2016 Mill Levy (3A) and Bond (3B)

  • Thank you!

     

    In 2016, Mapleton voters said ‘YES’ to reinvesting and improving our community’s schools, and ‘YES’ to high-quality education for all Mapleton children!

     

    By 59 votes, Mapleton voters approved 3B, a $150 million bond measure that launched a multi-year capital construction campaign improving nearly every school building in the district.  The capital construction campaign follows the Facilities Master Plan. This plan was drafted by the District Facilities Task Force, a group of more than 100 stakeholders that met during the 2015-16 school year. The task force reviewed the current conditions of Mapleton’s buildings and explored opportunities to ensure the district is prepared to meet the present and future needs of the growing community.

     

    Thanks to YOU, Mapleton students and staff are benefiting from necessary safety and security upgrades, as well as much-needed renovations and rebuilds. This is a movement, not a moment, in Mapleton! Thank you for making this possible and supporting great education in your community!

     

    The $3 million mill levy (3A) override will affect all Mapleton students Yes 3A and 3B Logo

    Proceeds from the mill levy override will:

    • Enhance classroom materials and equipment
    • Create a high school career technology program
    • Help maintain both existing and new school buildings and grounds
    • Attract and retain highly-qualified staff to work with Mapleton students

     

    The $150 million bond (3B) will impact almost all Mapleton schools

    The bond proposal is a facilities reinvestment plan that will pay for replacements, renovations and/or repairs to nearly every school in Mapleton. Many of the District’s schools are more than 60 years old and in dire need of repair.  It will also fund the construction of new schools which are planned in the Midtown development and in the northern area of the District.

     

2016 Proposed Bond Projects

  • Adventure Elementary School

    • Enhance safety and security, improve parking and drop-off, re-configure and remodel classroom spaces to accommodate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) programming, re-model restrooms and upgrade systems.
    • Or current building may be replaced if sufficient money or BEST grant becomes available.

     

    Adventure Elementary School

    • Replace school building at its current location.
    • BEST money has been approved for this project.

    Big Picture College and Career Academy

    • Relocate to a permanent facility to expand grade levels and programming. 

     

    Explore Elementary

    • Relocate school to a new building and outdoor education center to be constructed on a portion of land near 104th Ave. and York St.
    • Will change to a PreK-8 school to accommodate growth.

     

    Global Campus

    • Replace current building with four small schools: PreK-3, 4-8 and two small high schools.
    • Career training area
    • Student and community center with a gym and performing arts space.
    • A portion of this project is an alternate for BEST funding.

     

    Meadow Community School 

    • Enhance safety and security, improve parking and drop-off, improve lighting, remodel restrooms and upgrade systems.

     

    Trailside Academy

    • Construct new two-story PreK-8 school building with playground and field to be built on five acres near 68th Avenue and Zuni Street.

     

    Monterey Community School 

    • Construct an addition to include gym and art/music space to replace, as well as enhance safety and security, improve parking and drop-off, and upgrade systems.
    • Or, current building may be replaced if sufficient BEST grant money is awarded.

     

    Skyview Campus

    • Remodel auxiliary gym and improve landscaping and parking.

     

    Valley View

    • Construct addition to include classroom and gym space to replace temporary/modular buildings, as well as enhance safety and securi-ty, improve parking and drop-off, and upgrade systems.
    • Or, current building may be replaced if sufficient BEST grant money is awarded.

     

    Welby Community School

    • Construct addition to include classroom, gym, library, and art/music space, as well as enhance safety and security, remodel restrooms, and upgrade necessary systems.

     

    York International School

    • Remodel Design Technology Lab