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District-authorized charter schools in operation at the time of the election, (excluding those that are on probation or have been in operation
for less than five years per Colorado Revised Statute 22-30.5-404 (4)(a)(lll)(A)) will be included within the bond. Based on a recommendation
from the Jeffco Charter School Consortium, the district will distribute an equal portion of funds to each charter school out of the $56M
designated for charters in the bond.
Upgrade campus security to improve lighting, cameras, fencing & traffic barriers.
Update old electrical wiring, panels & increase capacity.
Update old heating & cooling equipment, plumbing fixtures & piping.
Asphalt and sidewalk improvements with additional parking spaces west of the south lot.
Upgrade fire alarm.
*Subject to project scope.
History of Work
Montessori Peaks Academy
• Reduce current bond debt.
• Phase III construction on existing land: 13,000 sq. ft. addition to existing building.
• Miscellaneous repairs & improvements to existing structures & grounds, including playground
expansion/addition, replace heating & air conditioning system, replace carpets, replace phone
system, new windows, replace marquee, add solar tube lighting, add solar panels, repair/new asphalt
in parking lot.
First phase of main building constructed in 2002. Phase two construction was completed in 2008, adding
a full gym, food server , music room, art room & two additional classrooms.
Mountain Phoenix Community School
Complete third phase of middle school project, theatre/multi-use building.
Add cafeteria & update kitchen.
Replace play structure, resurface & install proper drainage on playing field.
Security upgrades, replace/repair heating & air conditioning system & replace old windows.
Replace ECE play structure.
Some original structures date back to the 1900s. Primary building built in 2003. Temporary buildings
(cottages) built in 2011. Middle school building completed in 2015. Security improvements made between
2015 & 2016.
The New America School
• Immediate purchase of current school building at a cost of approximately $2,840,000.
• Immediate purchase of attached outdoor parking space at a cost of approximately $660,000
In 2011, the strip mall portion of the building was renovated & incorporated into the school to create seven
general classrooms, two science labs, two computer labs, an office area, a common area & a multipurpose
Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen
• Improve Campus Security/Safety: Upgrade/install security systems; Upgrade phone system; Upgrade
emergency lighting; Upgrade entryways; Make parking lot improvement
• Exterior Updates/Repairs: Replace playground; Replace/improve grading; Repair/replace roofing
• Interior Upgrades/Repairs: Upgrade bathrooms; Replace furniture; Update lighting; Replace
• Reduce/Restructure debt service pursuant to Board of Directors Strategic Plan
Granted four-acre parcel of land, owned by Jeffco Public Schools, in 2007. Obtained additional two acres
& constructed the current manufactured buildings, which were originally to be temporary. Artificial turf field
constructed in 2014.
Rocky Mountain Deaf School
Security upgrades including system & cameras.
Key-less entries/card swipe.
Vent for science safety requirement.
Appropriate shade/cover structure for the playground.
Outdoor learning space/amphitheater.
New building constructed in 2014 funded by Colorado’s BEST grant.
Two Roads Charter School
Major renovations to Building A.
New windows, updated electrical & other improvements to oldest buildings.
Construct additional building to include a functioning kitchen, cafeteria & library.
Update technology, safety & security measures, phone system, furniture & repave parking lot.
Built additional classrooms, replaced original boiler in Building B & painted the interior of the school.
Woodrow Wilson Academy
• Create a capital master plan to address building & landscaping needs.
• Improve existing parking lot including re-grading, paving & striping.
• Reduce or eliminate existing bond debt.
Building B constructed in 1982 with additions constructed in 1984 & 1986. First phase of Building A
constructed in 1985. Additions of student center & cafeteria in 2008-2009. Property purchased in
2013 & completed light renovation & improvements. Purchased previously owned modular in 2016 to
accommodate student growth.
Original structure renovated in 1999 & updated with addition in 2006 connecting two separate structures
with a new shared-space wing for gym, office & media center/technology lab. Another addition was
completed in 2017 to provide six additional classrooms, a dining commons, learning stairs & collaboration