Proposition 1 - Funds improvements to 40 schools plus districtwide relocatable upgrades
- Susitna roof upgrades
Replace roof sections totaling 16,000 sf that were last replaced in 1986, Maintenance spending significant funds on patching areas of roof leaks. Rubber membrane has exceeded useful life and showing signs of significant failure. $900,000
- Susitna intercom/bell /clock replacement
Replace existing 18 year old intercom/clock system. Existing system is functional but not supported by manufacturer and parts are becoming obsolete. $300,000
- Susitna domestic water piping
Remove and replace corroded domestic galvanized domestic water piping. This 40 year old pipe is located in the original construction section of the building. $150,000
The April 2011 bonds did not include funds for any projects at Susitna Elementary.
Bond holiday - no school bonds went before voters in 2010
The April 2009 bonds did not include funds for any projects at Susitna Elementary.
passed April 1, 2008
Proposition 3 funds districtwide building system renewal projects, including the following project at Susitna Elementary:
- Roof replacement and structural upgrades
passed April 3, 2007
Proposition 5 funded building systems renewal projects across the district. At Susitna Elementary School, it funded the following improvements:
Proposition 9 included major maintenance repair projects across the district and site acquisition for future schools:
- Security System & CCTV (Proposition 9 failed April 2006)
The November 2004 bond did not include funds for any projects at Susitna Elementary.
The April 2004 bond does not include funds for any projects at Susitna Elementary.
The April 2003 bond does not include funds for any projects at Susitna Elementary.
Propositions 5 and 6 were developed with the support of the Capital
Request Advisory Committee (which represents parents, students and a
good cross section of community members), the Anchorage School Board
and the Anchorage Assembly. This rigorous public process helps ensure
that the most critical needs throughout the municipality are addressed
and that the community's investment in school facilities is protected. Propositions
5 and 6 passed April 2, 2002.