Your Tax Dollars at Work!

  • In November, 2017, the Creighton Community voted to pass an $85 million bond. 

    This means, the district will be authorized to issue and sell up to $85 million principal amount of school improvement bonds over the next 10 years. The money can only be used for capital items and improvements to existing facilities, such as buildings or renovating a school or purchasing school buses. The projects decided upon are based on areas of high need as determined by facility assessments and community feedback. The funds will be used in the following ways: 

    • - Rebuild Creighton School 
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    • - Construct additional and/or replacement buildings to meet Biltmore Preparatory Academy needs
      • - Provide campus specific improvements to provide children with safe, modern learning environments, including   but not limited, replacement of worn or damaged paint and flooring, installation of shade structures, improvement of school grounds, and overhaul of restroom facilities
      • - Purchase and installation of classroom furniture, fixtures, and technology that supports a safe, modern learning environment
      • - Purchase and upgrade district systems that support energy conservation and efficiency, including:
        • - Air conditioning (HVAC) and heating
        • - Fire alarms, security cameras, and security systems
        • - Day lighting
        • - Interior/exterior lighting
        • - Above ground fuel tanks
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      • - Purchase air conditioned, fuel-efficient school buses to replace vehicles in the Creighton fleet that are past their useful life.  

     

     As we begin to plan for projects and reimagine our learning spaces, you can stay up to date on our progress, provide feedback, and receive communication for our scheduled community collaboration meetings. 

     

     

     

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