Presentation on theme: "Bond Election Robstown High School Renovations Tuesday, November 6, 2012 Robstown Independent School District."— Presentation transcript:
Bond Election Robstown High School Renovations Tuesday, November 6, 2012 Robstown Independent School District
Purpose Primary FocusThe issuance of $12,500,000 of bonds to build and renovate the existing Robstown High School.
Reason The existing facility has several issues in the following areas: Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Spatial, Technological, Security, and Accessibility.
Wings with exterior walks are eliminated The OldThe New
Controlled Circulation and Access The OldThe New Place picture of one of the back school entrances
Efficient quiet HVAC systems conductive to a comfortable learning environment. The OldThe New Place picture of one of the broken exterior AC units
Daylight and high quality artificial lighting to improve learning and health. The OldThe New Place picture of dark corridor
Flexible, expandable design to enable new technologies The OldThe New Place picture of existing computer lab
Communication Systems are greatly improved The OldThe New Place picture of existing server room
Libraries are modern learning centers with acoustics, lighting and equipment The OldThe New Place picture of existing library
High efficiency reduces operation costs The OldThe New Place picture of any openings to the exterior or dilapidated AC units
Improved restrooms The OldThe New
Estimated State and Federal Assistance 1 st Bond Sale - $6,005,000 – State Assistance State Assistance On Principal and Interest 59% Estimated Total State Assistance, $3,542, % Estimated Average Annual State Assistance Payment, $263,534. Districts Share of Principal and Interest After State Assistance 41% Estimated Total District Share After State Assistance, $2,462, % Estimated Average Annual District Payments After State Assistance, $183, nd Bond Sale - $6,495,000 – Federal Assistance Federal Assistance On Interest Payments Only 43% Estimated Average Total Federal Assistance, $4, % Estimated Average Annual Federal Assistance Payment, $230,170. Districts Share Of Principal Payments Only After Federal Assistance 57% Estimated Total District Share After Federal Assistance, $6,495, % Estimated Average Annual District Payments After Federal Assistance, $309, 286.
Voting Schedule Early Voting: October 22-26, :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. October 27, :00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. October 28, :00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. October 29, 2012 thru November 2, 2012 – 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. RISD Administration Building, 801 N. 1 st Street Johnny S. Calderon County Building, 710 E. Main Street Nueces County Clerks Office, 901 Leopard Street, Room 201 Corpus Christi, Texas Election Day: November 6, 2012 – 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., at the respective polling place which correspond to their election precincts.
Nueces County Election Precinct No. Polling Place Address 12Banquete ISD 4339 Fourth St. Banquete, TX & 55Irma V. Romero Elementary School122 W. Avenue. H. Robstown, TX The People's Baptist Church 1355 FM 665 Corpus Christi, TX River Hills Baptist Church FM 624 Robstown, TX &104Lotspeich Elementary School Cafeteria1000 Ruben Chavez Rd. Robstown, TX Johnny Calderon Co. Bldg. 710 East Main St. Robstown, TX Ortiz Intermediate School 208 E. Ave. H Robstown, TX San Pedro Elementary School Cafeteria 800 W. Avenue D Robstown, TX Magee Elementary School 4201 Calallen Dr. Corpus Christi, TX Nueces County Airport 3983 Wings Dr. Robstown, TX POLLING PLACES
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