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Annual Bond Program Update July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013.

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1 Annual Bond Program Update July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013

2 PUSD Bond Program Background PUSD is currently managing three outstanding B Bond programs:  $93.5 Million Program Authorized in 2002  $120.5 Million Program Authorized in 2005  $180 Million Program Authorized in 2012

3 12-13 Bond Program Reporting Annual Bond Program Update presented at PUSD Board Meeting Website Reporting  Current information will be posted after Governing Board meeting PUSD Home Page / Community / Support Services / Building Updates & Construction (B- bonds)

4 Bond Projects Estimated Costs to be Paid From Bond Construct three elementary schools $34,500,000 Renovate existing elementary schools $14,000,000 Renovate Peoria High School $10,000,000 Athletic fields and building improvements to two new high schools $5,000,000 Athletic fields and building improvements to existing high schools $10,000,000 Purchase pupil transportation vehicles $10,000,000 Construct District transportation facility $7,000,000 District wide renovations for District Technology Plan $3,000,000 Total Bond Authorization $93,500, B Bond Authorization

5 12-13 (2002) B Bond Program Activity Beginning Fund Balance at $10,400,587 Additions: Revenues$0 Subtotal$10,400,587 Subtractions: Expenses($604,746) Ending Fund Balance at $9,795,841 Unsold Bonds at $0

6 2002 Bond Budget Project Summaries Through Bond Projects Current Project Budgets as of 6/30/13 Original Project Budgets on Voter Pamphlet Project Expenses Through 6/30/13 Remaining & Committed Funds Through 6/30/13 Construct three elementary schools (Vistancia, Lake Pleasant & Elementary #32) $34,466,234$34,500,000$24,670,393$9,795,841 Renovate existing elementary schools $9,727,475$14,000,000$9,727,475$0 Renovate Peoria High School $14,915,868$10,000,000$14,915,868$0 Athletic fields and building improvements to two new high schools (RSK and Liberty) $8,809,475$5,000,000$8,809,475$0 Athletic fields and building improvements to existing high schools $9,268,227$10,000,000$9,268,227$0 Purchase pupil transportation vehicles $6,116,663$10,000,000$6,116,663$0 Construct District transportation facility $7,396,000$7,000,000$7,396,000$0 District wide renovations for District Technology Plan $2,800,058$3,000,000$2,800,058$0 Total Bond Authorization $93,500,000 $83,704,159$9,795,841

7 12-13 (2002) B Bond Program Activity Construction (Elementary)  Architectural and Engineering Services for School #33. Pre-Construction for School #33.

8 Bond Projects Estimated Costs to be Paid From Bonds Construct new schools and renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at existing elementary schools $45,000,000 Renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at Peoria High School $29,000,000 Construct additions to instructional and operational buildings and facilities at High School #7 $8,000,000 Renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at other high schools $20,500,000 Complete construction of Transportation & Support Services Facility and acquire pupil transportation vehicles $10,000,000 Provide for infrastructure related to instructional and operational technology and communications needs $8,000,000 Total Bond Authorization $120,500, B Bond Authorization

9 12-13 (2005) B Bond Program Activity Beginning Fund Balance at $22,371,371 Additions: Refunds$22,210 Subtotal$22,393,581 Subtractions: Expenditures($10,925,415) Ending Fund Balance at $11,468,166 Unsold Bonds at $0

10 2005 Bond Budget Project Summaries Through Bond Projects Current Project Budgets as of 6/30/13 Original Project Budgets on Voter Pamphlet Actual Project Expenses Through 6/30/13 Committed Project Budgets at 6/30/13 Bond Funds Available for Allocation at 6/30/13 Construct new schools and renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at existing elementary schools $51,097,297$45,000,000$42,908,137$0$8,189,160 Renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at Peoria High School $30,620,969$29,000,000$28,371,330$0$2,249,639 Construct additions to instructional and operational buildings and facilities at High School #7 (Liberty) $3,309,514$8,000,000$3,309,514$0 Renovate and improve instructional and operational buildings and infrastructure at other high schools $13,730,735$20,500,000$12,846,827$0$883,908 Complete construction of Transportation & Support Services Facility and acquire pupil transportation vehicles $13,629,970$10,000,000$13,629,970$0 Provide for infrastructure related to instructional and operational technology and communications needs $8,111,515$8,000,000$7,966,056$145,459$0 Total Bond Authorization $120,500,000 $109,031,834$145,459$11,322,707

11 12-13 (2005) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (Elementary)  HVAC Upgrades at Alta Loma, Desert Harbor, Sky View, and Pioneer  Roofing Renovation at Alta Loma  Projector Cabling Program >$10,000 at Elementary Schools: Peoria, Kachina, Sundance, Desert Valley, Sahuaro Ranch, Marshall Ranch, Paseo Verde, Cheyenne, Country Meadows, Zuni Hills, and Peoria Traditional Academy  Skylight Renovations at Frontier, Country Meadows, Coyote Hills, and Zuni Hills

12 12-13 (2005) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (Elementary continued)  Playground Remodel at Cotton Boll  Fencing Renovation at Heritage  Flooring Replacement/Upgrade >$5,000 at Ira Murphy and Alta Loma  Asbestos Management and Compliance Program at all Elementary Schools

13 12-13 (2005) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (High Schools)  Projector Cabling Program >$10,000 at High Schools: Peoria, Centennial and Liberty  Roofing Renovations at Cactus and Sunrise Mountain  Old Main Renovation  Tennis Court Renovation at Centennial  HVAC Upgrades at Peoria, Ironwood and Cactus  Flooring Replacement/Upgrade >$5,000 at Cactus  Asbestos Management and Compliance Program at all High Schools

14 Bond Projects Estimated Costs to be Paid From Bonds Renovate and improve existing elementary schools (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $67,200,000 Renovate and improve existing high schools excluding the structure otherwise known as Old Main on the Peoria High School campus (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $47,800,000 Purchase public transportation and campus support vehicles $22,900,000 Purchase technology equipment and infrastructure to support access and connectivity as it relates to education and the classroom $40,400,000 Renovate and improve existing administrative facilities such as food services, transportation services, and maintenance facilities (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $1,700,000 Total Bond Authorization $180,000, B Bond Authorization

15 12-13 (2012) B Bond Program Activity Beginning Fund Balance at $0 Subtotal$0 Subtractions: Expenditures($4,934,289) Ending Fund Balance at ($4,934,289) Unsold Bonds at $180,000,000

16 2012 Bond Budget Project Summaries Through Bond Projects Current Project Budgets as of 6/30/13 Original Project Budgets on Voter Pamphlet Actual Project Expenses Through 6/30/13 Committed Project Budgets at 6/30/13 Bond Funds Available for Allocation at 6/30/13 Renovate and improve existing elementary schools (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $67,200,000$67,200,000 $1,229,581 $1,229,581$0 $ 65,970,419 Renovate and improve existing high schools excluding the structure otherwise known as Old Main on the Peoria High School campus (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $47,800,000 $ 146,062 $0 $ 47,653,938 Purchase public transportation and campus support vehicles $22,900,000$22,900,000 $1,091,622 $1,091,622$0$ 21,808,378 Purchase technology equipment and infrastructure to support access and connectivity as it relates to education and the classroom $40,400,000$40,400,000 $ 925,118 $0 $ 39,474,882 Renovate and improve existing administrative facilities such as food services, transportation services, and maintenance facilities (including furnishing and equipment, energy management systems, alternative energy and security systems) $1,700,000$1,700,000 $ 1,541,906 $0$ 158,094 Total Bond Authorization $180,000,000 $ 4,934,289 $ 4,934,289$0 $ 175,065,711

17 12-13 (2012) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (Elementary)  HVAC Upgrades at Peoria, Pioneer, Marshall Ranch, Paseo Verde, and Cheyenne  Projector Cabling Program >$10,000 at Elementary Schools: Sun Valley  Computer Replacement >$5,000 at Elementary Schools: Peoria, Ira Murphy, Kachina, Heritage, Desert Palms, Sundance, Cotton Boll, Oakwood, Desert Valley, Sahuaro Ranch, Oasis, Sky View, Apache, Marshall Ranch, Santa Fee, Paseo Verde, Desert Harbor, Cheyenne, Frontier, Country Meadows, Coyote Hills, Zuni Hills, Parkridge, and

18 12-13 (2012) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (Elementary continued)  Computer Replacement >$5,000 continued: Peoria Traditional Academy  Fire Alarm Replacement/Upgrade at Oasis  Flooring Replacement/Upgrade >$5,000 at Sundance and Desert Valley  Roofing Renovation at Peoria, Frontier, Country Meadows, Coyote Hills, Zuni Hills, and Parkridge  Skylight Renovations at Frontier, Country Meadows, Coyote Hills, and Zuni Hills

19 12-13 (2012) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (High Schools)  Computer Replacement Program >$5,000 at High Schools: Centennial and Raymond S. Kellis  Roofing Renovations at Ironwood  Flooring Replacement/Upgrade >$5,000 at Cactus, Centennial, and Raymond S. Kellis

20 12-13 (2012) B Bond Program Activity Renovation (Support Services)  Computer Replacement Program >$5,000 at Support Sites: District Administration Center and Cholla Annex  Software Purchase of Synergy to replace Pinnacle  Campus Support Vehicle Purchase in the amount of 22 Pickup Trucks, and 30 Vans

21 Public Comment and Questions


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