Thank you for supporting the Measure “D” Facilities Improvement Bond and contributions to the Foundation’s Capital Campaign. This webpage serves as the primary communication tool to the community and the stakeholders. The purpose is to provide the community information on what to expect during construction.
In June 2014, the Woodside Elementary School District culminated planning efforts based upon groundwork from a 2012 Facility Assessment and Master Plan performed by BFGC-IBI Group Architecture Planning, and a 2013 Educational Facility Plan by HMC Architects and Blach Construction, with the passage of the Measure D $13.5M General Obligation Bond. The bond funds, combined with other funding sources including general funds, state grants, Proposition 39 Energy Funds, developer fees and funding from private donations through the Capital Campaign, provide a total program budget as of December 1, 2014 of $18.1M. These funds are to be used only for the specified purposes outlined in the Measure D bond project list under the purview of a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC). For additional information, please refer to the Implementation Plan that serves as a “road map” for the planning, design, and construction of the Measure D Facilities program. The Implementation Plan provides scope, schedule, and budget for all of the projects.
During the summer break from June 11th through August 12th the projects listed below will be implemented. During this time period most of the campus will be open to public access, only the area around the middle school will be closed.
Proposed Project Scope:
The following items will be completed over the 2017 summer break: