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A district with heart... developing minds

Bond program

This bond ensures students have the opportunity to learn in a safe, up-to-date environment, and preserve school facilities as long term assets.

Dayton is a growing community that values a strong educational system with a rural sense of caring and teamwork, and therefore has been supportive of their schools which have an enrollment of about 1,015 students. The buildings were built in 1936, 1950, 1969, and 2010. Bonds approved for infrastructure improvements in 1999 and 2009 increased capacity, which improved the educational offerings. 

While District staff prioritize maintaining current facilities so that they are safe and productive learning environments, many structures are in need of significant repairs and maintenance that cannot be accomplished within the regular operating budget. The District will use the bond funds and grants to finance basic large-scale repairs, remove safety hazards, and make schools more energy efficient which will reduce facility operating expenses and allow more funds to be spent on education.

Program Update

Projects

Info and updates

  • Seismic upgrades
  • Accessibility
  • Fire Alarm
  • Remove, dispose of asbestos
    • Repair, replace damaged flooring, ceilings, and roofs
  • Safety and security enhancements
    • Technology connectivity, Security cameras, re-configuring offices and entry, fencing, gates, key card access
  • HVAC and mechanical/electrical/plumbing upgrades
  • Replace inefficient windows, insulation, and lighting with energy efficient alternative
  • Renovate, reconfigure, and construct additions to libraries and classrooms 

Current Activities
During this period, Carlson Viet Jung Architects (CVJ) continued to refine the Schematic Drawings by meeting with the Grade School Design Team and proposing options for relocating the Administration Office next to the Vestibule to establish improved visibility and access control. The Library will be relocated to the existing Administration Office.

Activities Scheduled for Next Period
Next period, the Schematic Design phase will be complete and cost estimates will be provided by CVJ’s independent cost estimator and the Construction Manager | General Contractor (CM|GC) Triplett Wellman, Inc. Upon completion of cost estimates and Board approval of budget and design, the Design Development phase will begin.

Highlights
The highlight for this period was a fluid process by the Grade School Design Committee to provide options and final decisions for best design.

  • Accessibility
  • Fire Alarm
  • Remove, dispose of asbestos
    • Repair, replace damaged flooring, ceilings, and roofs
  • Safety and security enhancements
    • Technology connectivity, Security cameras, re-configuring offices and entry, fencing, gates, key card access
  • HVAC and mechanical/electrical/plumbing upgrades
  • Replace inefficient windows, insulation, and lighting with energy efficient alternative
  • Renovate, reconfigure, and construct additions to libraries and classrooms
  • Replace JH/HS old gym bleachers, track surface, and add parking to JH/HS gymnasium
  • Replace JH/HS science building roof

Current Activities
During this period, Carlson Viet Jung Architects (CVJ) continued to refine the Schematic Drawings through meeting with the Jr/Sr High School Design Team and proposing options for increased security and ADA access, and the reconfiguration of the Library and the Administration Office/College Career Center. In addition, the re-roof project is in progress along with electrical work in preparation for the new bleacher installation.

Activities Scheduled for Next Period
For next period, the Schematic Design phase of design and cost estimates will be complete making way for the next phase of design; Design Development.

Highlights
The highlight for this period is the launch of the CMGC and the Jr. High re-roof projects.