Resources

Construction bond information by neighborhoods (School feeder areas)

We’ve produced overview brochures for each of our six main district neighborhoods (Keizer, N.E., S.E., S.W., Downtown/East, and West). Just click on the link below to view the PDF of the brochure.

 

Overview information on the construction bond

Here are overview publications on school repairs and construction proposed under the 2008 Salem-Keizer construction bond:

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most common questions being asked about the 2008 Salem-Keizer construction bond, and the answers.

 

Proposed Bond Presentation (April 2008)

This presentation was given to the School Board on April 7, 2008. It features information on the proposed $242.1 million construction bond, what it includes and the impact on tax payers.

 

Possible Bond Options Presentation (March 2008)

This report was presented to the School Board on March 11. The Bond Options Presentation provides details of several examples of possible bond measures and what projects they would include. It also provides taxpayer impact estimates.

 

Facilities Needs and Costs Report (March 2008)

This presentation was presented by Superintendent Husk to the School Board on March 5. The Facilities Needs and Costs Report highlights the major projects listed in the facilities needs assessment and provides general cost information.

 

Your Comments (March 2008)

In January and February, Superintendent Husk and Deputy Superintendent Gelbrich presented a report on the current status of our school facilities. After each presentation, staff and community were asked if anything was left out. All the comments have been collected and incorporated into the overall facilities study.

Click on your area for more details:

 

Facilities Needs Assessment – District-wide Report (January 2008)

Superintendent Husk presented an overview of the current status of our facilities based on an extensive review of each school building. The District-wide Presentation explains the renovations, repairs and upgrades needed in our district. If your school is not listed, it means critical deferred maintenance was not identified in this review process.

 

Projects List by Feeder Area (January 2008)

This is a list of identified renovations, repairs, and upgrades categorized by school feeder area.

 

Facilities Planning Task Force Report (February 2007)

A study group involving citizens of Salem-Keizer began a year-long process to address long-term enrollment growth, educational facility needs and deferred maintenance strategies. The Facilities Planning Task Force Report is a summary of their findings and recommendations.