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1 1.kids come first. 2.continuous improvement is critical for success of the Northwest Independent School District. 3.the success of each student is the shared responsibility of students, families, schools, and communities. 4.environment influences learning. Our Core Beliefs

2 The best and most sought-after school district where every student is future ready: Ready for college Ready for the global workplace Ready for personal success Our Vision

3 2012 Capital Bond Referendum Early Voting: October 22 - November 2 Election Day: November 6 Northwest ISD

4 Northwest ISD is the common thread that unites: 14 communities 26 campuses 1,750 employees 17,700 students 40,000+ households & businesses Northwest ISD Community

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7 763 Students 14% 4,031 Students 71% 38 Students 1% 2,176 Students 13% 2,759 Students 17 % 8,683 Students 52%

8 Northwest ISD Active Housing Developments

9 NISD Actual Growth History Sept 00 5,373 Sept 01 5, % Sept 02 6, % Sept 04 7, % Sept 05 8,678 1,083 14% Sept 06 10,354 1,676 19% Sept 03 6, % Sept 07 11,804 1,459 14% Sept 08 13,026 1,222 11% Sept 09 14,100 1, % Sept 10 15,400 1,300 9% Sept 11 16,600 1,200 8% Projected Enrollment 17,700 Students (September 2012)

10 School Year Student Enrollment

11 Sept ,700 Sept ,400 Sept ,200 NISD Growth Projections # of students:

12 Middle School Attendance Boundaries A future attendance boundary committee will make recommendations (for School Board approval) to establish boundaries for new schools. Chisholm Pike Wilson Tidwell Medlin MS #6 2016

13 NHS BNHS Northwest High School , , , , , ,276 High School Attendance Boundaries Current Boundaries for Northwest and Byron Nelson High Schools Byron Nelson High School , , , , , ,747 Steele Accelerated HS

14 NHS BNHS Northwest High School , , , , , ,965 High School Boundaries Phased Implementation The boundaries shown are only estimated scenarios. A future attendance boundary committee will make recommendations (for School Board approval) to establish boundaries for new schools. Byron Nelson High School , , , , , ,350 HS Open in 2015 * New High School , ,708 * Pending outcome of 2012 bond election

15 Where Will the New Schools Be? North Fort Worth Near Schluter Elementary Area: Highway 287 Blue Mound Rd. Willow Springs Rd. When Will the New Schools Open? *High School to Open in 2015 *Middle School to Open in 2016 * Pending outcome of November 6 NISD bond election.

16 School Board: Forms Long-Range Planning Committee Long-Range Planning Committee: Serves in an advisory capacity to the NISD school board and administration in developing a 20-year master plan for facility and technology needs. Reviews data, prioritizes the capital needs, and formulates a plan to address the needs Prepares and presents recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding a future bond referendum. The Road to a Bond Election

17 Date of Referendum $ Amount Passed by: November 17, 1990 $22 million 74% October 12, 1996 $45 million 74% February 25, 2001 $162.7 million 70% February 25, 2001 $19.5 million (stadium) 67% October 1, 2005 $224.5 million70% May 10, 2008 $260 million72% NISD Bond Election History

18 2008 Capital Bond Program New School Projects Love Elementary School Roanoke Elementary School Thompson Elementary School Schluter Elementary School Wilson Middle School Beck Elementary School Addition Elementary #17 Elementary #18 Elementary #19 Complete August 2013 Reclassified to be used for Elem. Bldg. Additions Complete

19 2008 Capital Bond Program Major Building Component/Enhancements Four HVAC Replacement Projects Five Flooring Replacement Projects Three Roof Replacement Projects Orchestra Rooms Career Pathways and Academies Complete

20 Northwest High School Dance Studio Steele Accelerated High School Northwest High School Baseball/Softball Lighting Replacement Support Services –Clinic –Fire Suppression System –Electrical System Upgrade Future High School –Design –Infrastructure Old Texan Stadium Turf Replacement Technology Replacement Cycle Administration Flooring Cosmetology Academy Sub-Varsity Stadium Additional Projects Funded From the 2008 Capital Bond Progra m

21 High School to be Complete in 2015 Middle School to be Complete in 2016 Building Addition to Nance Elementary School to be Complete in 2016 Program Enhancements for Science, Math and Environmental Studies Classroom District-wide Technology Replacements & Updates Major Building Component Replacements –Beck, Hatfield, Lakeview, and Seven Hills Elementary Schools & Administration Building Roof Replacement –Chisholm Trail & Medlin Middle Schools HVAC, Roof, Floor Replacement –Hughes and Nance Elementary Schools Floor Replacement –Northwest High School HVAC Controls & Floor Replacement –Pike Middle School Floor & HVAC Replacement –Steele Accelerated High School HVAC & Roof Replacement –District-wide Security Camera Replacement Total$255,000, Capital Bond Program Project List

22 Safety and Security This bond will provide funds to update safety and security equipment. Technology The districts technology replacement cycle, which ensures that computing systems are capable of operating current instructional programs and software, will continue with funds from this bond. Whats In It for Me (and Prairie View)?

23 Chisholm Trail Middle School Safety and security equipment/infrastructure updates Technology updates, expansions, and replacements New flooring, roof and HVAC system in the original building. Crowding (expected by 2016) to be relieved by opening of new middle school Northwest High School Safety and security equipment/infrastructure updates Technology updates, expansions, and replacements Crowding relieved by opening of new high school What About CTMS and NHS?

24 Total - $255.0 million I&S Tax Rate Will Be No More Than $0.4125, and Could Be Less With Growth in the Local Economy Home Value Monthly ImpactAnnual Impact $100,000$6.46 $ Capital Bond Program

25 Northwest ISD Property Tax Structure $1.375 Current Maintenance & Operation Tax $1.04 Debt Service Tax (not subject to recapture) $0.335 School Bond Election Basics $ Maximum Could Increase to $.4125Remains $1.04

26 Voter Registration Information Visit VoteTexas.gov for additional information. Must be registered 30 days prior to election. Voter registration cards should be mailed to the county where you reside.

27 Election Dates Early voting: October 22 – November 2 –Vote at any polling precinct in the county where you live Election Day: November 6 –Vote at designated polling precinct

28 Community meetings Campus programs Civic and community groups Homeowner Association meetings Information Web site: Bond At-a-Glance Frequently Asked Questions News through Facebook, Twitter and Information on Facilities, Planning & Construction department webpages Resources Available

29 Contact Information To schedule a meeting: Contact Cindy Metting, (817) , For materials and resources: Contact Lesley Weaver, (817) ,

30 2012 Capital Bond Program Early Voting: October 22 – November 2 Election Day: November 6 Northwest ISD


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