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The following breakdown shows the cost projections for the projects that were discussed by the Community Advisory Committee (CAC). They recommended the projects listed below to the Board, and this is what was included in the referendum.


 

DAYTON ISD COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

DAYTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT

ON EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES

August 7, 2014 (Revised)

Estimate Cost ONLY by PBK

POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS 

1. Grade span configuration 

a. Construct two (2) new K-5 Elementary Schools (repeat Kimmie Brown) room for growth (including land)

b. Reconfigure Kimmie Brown to K-5 

c. Reconfigure Woodrow Wilson to 6-8 

  • Upgrades to the existing HVAC system 
  • Replace domestic water lines throughout the building 
  • Install new aluminum canopy at drop-off to Life Skills 
  • Construct 30 classrooms, office area, practice gym and locker room for a 6th Grade Center 
  • Convert the shop area into a 6th Grade dining room (adjacent to kitchen) 

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 1 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$65,478,097.00

 

2. Convert SFA to a Support Services Facility for Transportation, Food Service and Maintenance Departments along with Student Services, such as Curriculum, Special Ed, Technology, Bilingual ESL and GT 

a. Convert existing covered area into maintenance bays for autos and small machinery 

b. Construct maintenance bays for buses (6 bays). The existing building will house offices, etc.

c. Demolish the old Kindergarten building

d. Miscellaneous renovations

e. Concrete parking for 70 buses

f. New chain-link fencing

g. Relocate the existing cooler/freezer

h. Above ground fuel storage (use existing)

i. Demolition of Richter Elementary School 

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 2 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$3,896,548.00

 

3. Improvements to Dayton High School 

a. Construct an Auditorium to seat 850 people 

b. Construct 6 lighted tennis courts. Provide parking for 50 cars

c. New practice gym with additional locker rooms 

d. Construct 8 classrooms and 4 science labs 

e. Develop an ROTC program (renovated space) 

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 3 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$13,349,700.00

 

4. Incorporate a DAEP program and a night school program 

a. General renovations at Nottingham Elementary 

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 4 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$106,000.00

 

5. Relocate the 6th Grade to Woodrow Wilson 

a. Improvements are included in Potential Solution No. 1 

 

6. Improvements to Nottingham Campus 

a. Renovate the existing space at Nottingham into locker rooms/showers/restrooms for athletes 

b. Resurface the existing 8-lane running track 

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 6 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$1,910,000.00

 

7. Improvements to the District’s Rodeo Arena 

a. Construct a covered roof over the existing rodeo arena

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 7 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)..........$750,000.00*

 

8. District-wide Campus Safety and Security Improvements 

a. Improvements at Kimmie Brown, Nottingham, Woodrow Wilson, Dayton High School and Colbert

TOTAL FOR SOLUTION NUMBER 8 (INCLUDING SOFT COSTS)...........$2,128,464.00

Contingency plan .......................................................................$201,191.00

GRAND TOTAL OF POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS.......................$87,820,000.00 

* Quote received by Dayton ISD, including inflation and soft costs, lighting, and drainage.