In November 1998, voters approved funding for a 10-year building program. The program promised to build 88 schools, renovate existing schools, acquire land for future school sites, and provide two bus yards.
Below are the final projects of the 1998 CIP:
Boulder City High School (BCHS) was originally constructed in 1949 and is one of the oldest schools in Clark County. BCHS was one of five CCSD schools selected for phased replacements in 2003, as part of the 1998 Capital Improvement Plan.
Phase 1 – Completed in 2005
Phase 2 – Completed in 2017
Phase 2 was funded in 2014 in Revision 18 of the original 1998 CIP.
Project budget: $14,700,000
Square footage: 41,000
Based on design from CCSD schools including Burkholder Middle School, Northwest Career and Technical Academy and East Career and Technical Academy.
Phase 3: Performing Arts Center (2015 CIP funding – See Phased Replacements section)
Phase 4: Fields and site improvements (2015 CIP funding – See Phased Replacements section)
Sandy Valley School opened in Oct. 26, 1982.
Phase 1 – New Gymnasium and New Softball Fields (Completed in 2017)
Project budget: $5,770,000
Phase 2 – Elementary School Classrooms, Baseball and Football Fields — See Phased Replacements section
This project provided a new single story building with 34 classrooms for elementary school students, who were previously attending classes in portables.
Start of construction: June 2016
Completed: June 2017
Square footage: 54,554
Project budget: $15,235,000
34 elementary school classrooms will be added:
New building based on the design from Evelyn Stuckey Elementary School.