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1 SMART Initiative Information On November 4 th, Broward County voters will have an opportunity to cast their ballots regarding an $800 million General Obligation Bond. The proceeds of this bond will be utilized for capital improvements and to purchase technology for teachers and students. To learn more, visit browardschools.com/smartfutures. Watch the video here: 4

2 4 On June 9, 2014, the School Board of Broward County approved Resolution 14-88, which would put a $800 Million General Obligation Bond on the November 4th ballot. The proceeds of this bond will be utilized for capital improvements and to purchase technology for teachers and students. To Learn More About SMART Visit: browardschools.com/smartfutures Call: browardschools.com Rev. 7/28/14

3 Broward County Public Schools Header Week of September 29, 2014 BCPS is committed to providing students with a high-quality education to best prepare them for success in college and careers. In 2014/15, more than 19,300 high school students are enrolled in at least one Advanced Placement course. BCPS offers a wide variety of educational options for students, including magnet and innovative programs. To learn more, visit: browardschoolsinnovativeprograms.com. Parents and community members are invited attend the District s Zone Community Showcase events throughout the month of October. To learn more and review a list of dates and event locations, visit browardschoools.com.

4 Broward County Public Schools Header Week of September 15, 2014 In 2014/15, BCPS launched the First Move scholastic chess initiative in all 2 nd and 3 rd grade classrooms to positively impact student achievement and selfesteem. This is the nation s largest scholastic chess initiative in history. In 2014, BCPS high school graduates earned more than $125 million in scholarships and will attend more than 600 colleges, universities and technical schools. BCPS includes 238 schools, centers and colleges dedicated to educating today s students to succeed in tomorrow s world. To review SMART Needs Assessment School Reports, visit browardschools.com/ SmartFutures.

5 3571 Panther Run Elementary School 801 NW 172 Avenue Pembroke Pines FL Facility Condition Assessment Campus Summary Year Open 1997 Other Years Perm. Bldgs/SF 2 110,007 Port. Bldgs/SF Current FCI Need 3,820,647 Replacement Value 18,688,997 Facility Condition Index = 20.4 % Facility Condition Index GOB Bond / Construction Projects Safety & Security Budget Fund Yr. Status None Identified Music & Arts Budget Fund Yr. Status None Identified Athletics Budget Fund Yr. Status None Identified Renovations Budget Fund Yr. Status Panther Run Elementary School Roofing $729, GOB Panther Run Elementary School HVAC $24, GOB Panther Run ES School Choice Enhancement $100, GOB Panther Run Elementary School Other Envelope Improvements $508, GOB Panther Run Elementary School Other HVAC Improvements $172, GOB $1,533,000 Technology Budget Fund Yr. Status Panther Run ES Technology Infrastructure (Servers, Racks, etc.) $113, GOB Panther Run ES Computer Gap $148, GOB Panther Run ES CAT 6 Dataport $14, GOB Panther Run ES Wireless Network $30, GOB $305,000 Total In-Progress and Planned $1,838,000 Total Unplanned Need $2,442,525 Rev 1 Sept 2014

6 2014 Facility Condition Assessment Campus Summary Unplanned Need Safety & Security None Identified Music & Arts None Identified Athletics None Identified Budget $0 Budget $0 Budget $0 Renovations Budget Various maintenance projects throughout campus Misc Improvements at Panther Run ES $1,172,172 Misc Site Improvements at Panther Run ES $46,750 Misc Interior Improvements at Panther Run ES $1,012,806 Misc Plumbing Improvements at Panther Run ES $101,483 Misc Specialties Improvements at Panther Run ES $91,314 $2,424,525 Technology Budget Fiber Optic Network (10GB) Upgrade at Panther Run ES $17,999 $17,999 Total Unplanned Need $2,442,525 Rev 1 Sept 2014

7 Broward County Public Schools 3571 Panther Run Elementary School School Deficiency Listing 9/2/2014 9:38 AM Site Level Deficiencies Site Walkways do not have shelter from rain. Fencing Requires Replacement (Chain Link Fence) Capital Renewal 480 LF 3 $20, Site Drainage is Inadequate and Installation of Drainage Piping Site Drainage Requires Regrading Paved Play Requires Recoating And Resurfacing Technology Other School Selected Enhancement Building: 01 - Building 1 Roofing Structural The Stucco Exterior Requires Repair Exterior The Brick Exterior Requires Repair The Exterior Requires Painting Capital Renewal 107,000 SF Wall 3 $350, GOB Exterior Metal Door Requires Repainting The Exterior Requires Cleaning Interior Classroom Door Requires Vision Panel Classroom doors lack appropriate signs. School requires computers to close accessibility gap Functional Deficiency 1 LS 2 $147, GOB School requires technology infrastructure (servers, racks, etc). Functional Deficiency 1 LS 2 $112, GOB School requires voice over internet protocol phone system Functional Deficiency 1 LS 2 $72, School requires Wireless Access Point hardware Functional Deficiency 1 LS 2 $13, GOB The Phone System Is Inadequate And A System Should Be Installed For The Entire School Reroofing Required (Broward CPS) Capital Renewal 67,863 SF 2 $711, GOB Sub Total for System 1 items $711, LF 2 $13, LF 3 $5, ,000 SF 3 $5, SF 5 $1, Sub Total for System 5 items $46,750 CAT-6 wiring to WAP needs to be provided Functional Deficiency 22 Ea. 3 $16, GOB 110,007 SF 4 $484, Sub Total for System 6 items $847,718 1 LS 2 $100, GOB Sub Total for System 1 items $100,000 Sub Total for School and Site Level 12 items $994,469 14,000 SF Wall 3 $92, GOB Sub Total for System 1 items $92,737 2,000 SF Wall 3 $24, GOB 47 Door 4 $7, ,000 SF Wall 5 $207, Sub Total for System 4 items $589,302 1 Ea. 3 $373 Rollup 3 Ea. 3 $513 Rollup Rev 1 Sept 2014 M A P P S, Jacobs 2014 Panther Run Elementary School 3571 Page 1 of 4

8 Broward County Public Schools 3571 Panther Run Elementary School Building: 01 - Building 1 Interior School Deficiency Listing Interior Doors Require Repair Room has insufficient writing area. The Wood Exterior Door Is Damaged And Requires Repair Interior CMU Walls Require Repainting Capital Renewal 4,000 SF 4 $5, Room has insufficient tackboard area. Room lacks appropriate amount of teacher storage. Mechanical Large HVAC Circulating Pump Requires Replacement Test And Balancing Required The Large Diameter Exhausts/Hoods Are Missing/Damaged And Require Replacement Duct Cleaning Required Electrical Room has insufficient electrical outlets. Room lighting is inadequate or in poor condition. Room does not have tamper-proof light switching. Room lacks controls to partially dim lights. Plumbing The Class Room Lavatories Plumbing Fixtures Are Missing And Should Be Installed Prep room lacks a sink. 2 Ea. 2 $2,713 Rollup 2 Ea. 3 $8,899 Rollup The Refrigerated Water Cooler Requires Replacement Capital Renewal 3 Ea. 3 $7, Room lacks a private shower area. Room lacks private toilets. 8 Door 3 $6, Ea. 3 $1,039 Rollup The Carpet Flooring Requires Replacement Capital Renewal 10,000 SF 3 $101, Room lacks appropriate sound control. Interior Gypboard Walls Require Repainting Interior Wood Walls Require Repainting Room lacks a changing table. The Gypboard Ceilings Are Damaged And Requires Repainting The Plaster Ceilings Are Damaged And Requires Repainting 10 Ea. 4 $3,854 Rollup 56 Ea. 4 $33,870 Rollup 248 Ea. 3 $90,716 Rollup 6,377 SF 3 $92,169 Rollup 7 Ea. 5 $3,399 Rollup 53 Ea. 5 $41,306 Rollup Sub Total for System 4 items $227,590 3 Ea. 4 $27,398 Rollup 2 Ea. 4 $22,434 Rollup 9/2/2014 9:38 AM 1 Door 3 $ GOB 4,717 SF 4 $147,946 Rollup 123,800 SF Wall 5 $400, ,200 SF Wall 5 $101, Ea. 5 $7,465 Rollup 10,000 SF 5 $25,702 Rollup 8,100 SF 5 $16,269 Rollup Sub Total for System 15 items $852,413 2 Ea. 2 $24, GOB 108,187 SF 3 $145, GOB 3 Ea. 3 $26, GOB 108,187 SF 5 $87, Sub Total for System 4 items $283,920 Rev 1 Sept 2014 M A P P S, Jacobs 2014 Panther Run Elementary School 3571 Page 2 of 4

9 Broward County Public Schools 3571 Panther Run Elementary School Building: 01 - Building 1 Plumbing School Deficiency Listing Room lacks a drinking fountain. Technology Room has insufficient dataports. Room lacks Fixed Projector Room lacks Interactive White Board The Computer Closet Requires Fiber Optic Access to CER Functional Deficiency 400 LF 2 $9,000 Rollup Room lacks access to video distribution. Specialties Room lacks an appropriate refrigerator. Room lacks an appropriate stove. Room lacks the required demonstration table. Blinds are missing or in poor condition. Room does not have sufficient cubbies. Room has an insufficient number of coat hooks. Building: 03 - Building 3 Roofing Exterior The Concrete / CMU Exterior Is Damaged And Requires Replacement Capital Renewal 120 SF Wall 2 $3, The Brick Exterior Requires Repointing The Metal Exterior Door Requires Repair Interior Classroom Door Requires Vision Panel Classroom doors lack appropriate signs. 1 Ea. 3 $373 Rollup 1 Ea. 3 $171 Rollup 9/2/2014 9:38 AM Reroofing Required (Broward CPS) Capital Renewal 1,643 SF 2 $17, GOB 2,300 SF Wall 3 $31, GOB The Exterior Requires Painting Capital Renewal 2,300 SF Wall 3 $7, GOB Exterior Metal Door Requires Repainting The Exterior Requires Cleaning Sub Total for System 1 items $17, Ea. 5 $30,690 Rollup Sub Total for System 6 items $99, Ea. 2 $13,839 Rollup GOB 42 Ea. 2 $154,737 Rollup 2 Ea. 2 $5,443 Rollup 1 Ea. 5 $665 Rollup Sub Total for System 5 items $183,685 3 Ea. 3 $15,760 Rollup 1 Ea. 3 $7,171 Rollup 1 Ea. 3 $7,463 Rollup 2,820 SF Surf 4 $79,675 Rollup 406 Ea. 5 $16,888 Rollup 348 Ea. 5 $4,059 Rollup Sub Total for System 6 items $131,017 Sub Total for Building 01 - Building 1 46 items $3,171,631 2 Door 3 $ GOB 6 Door 4 $ ,300 SF Wall 5 $4, Sub Total for System 6 items $49,244 Rev 1 Sept 2014 M A P P S, Jacobs 2014 Panther Run Elementary School 3571 Page 3 of 4

10 Broward County Public Schools 3571 Panther Run Elementary School Building: 03 - Building 3 Interior School Deficiency Listing Interior CMU Walls Require Repainting Capital Renewal 1,300 SF 4 $1, Room lacks appropriate amount of teacher storage. Room lacks appropriate sound control. Interior Gypboard Walls Require Repainting Interior Wood Walls Require Repainting The Plaster Ceilings Are Damaged And Requires Repainting Electrical Room has insufficient electrical outlets. Room does not have tamper-proof light switching. Plumbing The Refrigerated Water Cooler Requires Replacement Capital Renewal 1 Ea. 3 $2, Technology Room lacks Fixed Projector Sub Total for System 1 items $2,337 2 Ea. 4 $1,210 Rollup 670 SF 4 $21,015 Rollup 200 SF Wall 5 $ SF Wall 5 $1, ,028 SF 5 $2, Sub Total for System 8 items $28, Ea. 3 $3,658 Rollup 1 Ea. 5 $486 Rollup Sub Total for System 2 items $4,144 1 Ea. 2 $3,684 Rollup The Computer Closet Requires Fiber Optic Access to CER Functional Deficiency 400 LF 2 $9,000 Rollup Sub Total for System 2 items $12,684 Sub Total for Building 03 - Building 3 20 items $114,568 Total for Permanent Buildings 78 items $4,280,667 Total for Portable Buildings $0 Total for Campus $4,280,667 9/2/2014 9:38 AM Rev 1 Sept 2014 M A P P S, Jacobs 2014 Panther Run Elementary School 3571 Page 4 of 4

11 August 30, 2014 SMART Capital Program by Zone I Zone West Broward Zone 2961 Chapel Trail ES Project Type Budget Building Envelope Fire Alarm and Sprinkler Systems HVAC School Prioritization Technology 1,169,000 42, , , ,000 2,234, Hawkes Bluff ES Project Type Budget Building Envelope HVAC School Prioritization Technology 1,234,000 1,669, , ,000 3,396, Panther Run ES Project Type Budget Building Envelope HVAC School Prioritization Technology 1,237, , , ,000 1,839,000 Page 1 of 2

12 3331 Silver Trail MS Project Type Budget Building Envelope HVAC School Prioritization Single Point of Entry Technology 1,716,000 1,446, , , ,000 4,259, West Broward HS Project Type Budget Athletics HVAC School Prioritization Single Point of Entry Technology 121, , , , ,000 2,040,000 Total of West Broward Zone 13,768,000 Project Count 23 13,768,000 Page 2 of 2

13 General Obligation Bond & SMART Facts Broward County Public Schools SMART FACT SHEET Broward County voters will see a General Obligation Bond referendum on the November 4 th ballot. The General Obligation Bond would provide Broward County Public Schools with $800 million dollars to invest in critical needs across the District. The District s SMART initiative focuses on Safety, Music & Art, Athletics, Renovations and Technology (SMART). If approved by voters, the impact of the General Obligation Bond for the average Broward homeowner will be about $50 per year. Over the past two and a half years, the District has worked hard to reduce expenses and increase operational efficiencies, allowing the District to reinvest $35 million back into classrooms. These efforts continue, but are not enough to bridge the capital funding gap. Since 2008, funding for the District s capital program has been reduced by nearly $2 billion. A comprehensive, data-driven Needs Assessment conducted Districtwide identified more than $3 billion in capital needs. School SMART projects are being prioritized based on industry best practices to address the most urgent needs and to ensure limited District resources are efficiently and effectively utilized. However, all District schools will benefit. A new Bond Oversight Committee will be established to ensure that SMART initiative is transparent and that the District honors its commitments to the community. Last Revised 8/19/2014

14 SMART FAQs FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS The SMART FAQS are provided to answer questions regarding the SMART Initiative and will be updated on an ongoing basis. 1. Q: What is a General Obligation Bond referendum and how is it used? A: The Florida Constitution allows a governing body, in this case, the School Board of Broward County, Florida, to go directly to Broward s voters with a referendum to obtain approval for a clearly specified reason. A bond referendum is an opportunity for our community (voters) to decide if the District will be authorized to borrow money through the sale of a bond for the purpose of financing capital projects (school safety projects, repairs and renovations for facilities, and technology infrastructure). Our community has the opportunity to approve the bond on November 4, Q: Why does the District need a bond referendum now? A: In May 2008, the state legislature reduced the tax on property values that provides capital revenues for school districts to address facility and equipment needs from $2 per $1,000 of taxable value to $1.75. In 2009, the legislature further reduced the tax rate by another 25-cents, to $1.50 per $1,000 of taxable value. As a result of the loss of funding, Broward County Public Schools was forced to cut $1.8 billion in capital projects (e.g. renovations, new construction and equipment) for schools and District facilities. In other words, Broward County taxpayers are investing significantly less in education today than they did seven years ago. Our District and other Florida school districts have asked the state legislature to restore the capital millage without success. Other school districts have successfully approved bond referendums to increase school capital Broward County Public Schools SMART FAQs Last revised: July 29, 2014 Page 1 of 5

15 SMART FAQs funding. Broward County Public Schools is in need of additional capital funds and is seeking a bond referendum to address critical needs. Forty percent (40%) of the District s school buildings are over 25 years old, and the average age is 27 years old. Just as in homes, roofs, air conditioners, electrical systems, and plumbing have a limited life span and are in need of repair or replacement. The bond will address the following critical areas: School improvements to support student health, safety and security. Technology and technology infrastructure to support student learning, digital environments, and 21 st century classroom instruction. Facility repair, renovation and replacement to ensure quality schools in the community. 3. Q: How will this bond referendum impact a property owner? A: A homeowner in Broward County, whose home is valued at $225,000, will realize an average increase in capital outlay tax of $50.00 per year over the life of the bond. Even with this modest increase, the homeowner s capital outlay tax will still be approximately $ less per year than it was in This means the homeowner will still be paying approximately 26% less in capital outlay tax than seven years ago. A condominium owner in Broward County, whose condo is valued at $105,000, will realize an average increase in capital outlay tax of $20.00 per year over the life of the bonds. Even with this modest increase, the condominium owner s capital outlay tax will still be approximately $72.00 less per year than it was in This means the condo owner will still be paying approximately 33% less in capital outlay tax than seven years ago. Broward County Public Schools SMART FAQs Last revised: July 29, 2014 Page 2 of 5

16 SMART FAQs 4. Q: Why should Broward County citizens, who do not have children in the school system be concerned about what is happening in the schools? Why should these citizens support the bond referendum? A: Strong public education is the foundation of our country. Excellent schools support a vibrant community and economy, and ensure a well-educated and highly skilled workforce that attracts and retains businesses. School facility renovations generate jobs and grow our local tax base. When schools are improved, this adds value to a community and property values. 5. Q: Specifically, how will the money be spent? What will be accomplished through this funding? A: Broward County Public Schools is conducting an independent needs assessment, using a nationally renowned company, of all schools and facilities. The needs assessment will provide an objective status of the physical and educational adequacy of our schools and administrative sites. This information will provide the basis of current and future capital planning efforts. The bond proceeds will be utilized to address the most critical priorities identified by the needs assessment and will address the following: Safety and security Repairs and renovations Technology and technology infrastructure 6. Q: Will the bond request cover all the identified capital needs in the District? A: No. This bond offering seeks to raise $800 million, which will only cover a portion of the District s most critical capital projects identified through the independent needs assessment of our schools. This approach will allow us to 1) secure funding for our most critical needs, 2) execute effectively on a defined scope of work that is manageable, and 3) does not overburden our taxpayers. Broward County Public Schools SMART FAQs Last revised: July 29, 2014 Page 3 of 5

17 SMART FAQs 7. Q: Will each school receive a portion of the bond money? A: Yes. Every school will receive funding to support instructional technology upgrades and technology infrastructure to support student learning. $80 million of the bond proceeds will be allocated for technology needs, the remainder of the bond funds will be allocated to address the most critical facilities, health and safety needs. 8. Q: Is bond money used for pay raises or other operating expenses? A: No. Bond funds cannot be used for salaries or operating costs such as utility bills, supplies, fuel or employee benefits. Bond funds can only be used for capital projects. Capital projects include renovations to existing facilities, technology and technology infrastructure, and equipment, such as HVAC units for existing buildings. Capital dollars allow us to invest in Safety, Music & Arts, Athletics, Renovations and Technology (SMART). 9. Q: Will parents and stakeholders be able to identify the needs of each school and how the Bond will address specific deficiencies? A: Broward County Public Schools will engage parents, students and the community in various forums to educate them on both the District s capital needs as identified through the Facilities Needs Assessment, and on how the District intends to use bond proceeds to address the most critical capital needs at each school. The District will maintain ongoing communication and targeted dialogue with parents, business partners and community members throughout the process. 10. Q: How will the District ensure that the money from the bond will be spent appropriately? A: An independent community Bond Oversight Committee will be formed to review and report on all Bond fund expenditures to ensure expenditures are made consistent with the purposes for which they were authorized. Establishing a Bond Oversight Committee will build and strengthen trust with our community and ensure integrity, transparency and accountability throughout the process. Broward County Public Schools SMART FAQs Last revised: July 29, 2014 Page 4 of 5

18 SMART FAQs 11. Q: Why are we issuing long-term debt for technology? A: The School District will use approximately 10% of the $800 million on technology ($80 million). Additionally, the portion of debt issued for technology will be structured so that the bonds issued for technology will be retired (repaid) over the useful life of the computers and technology (3-5 years). 12. Q: If voters approve the $800 million General Obligation Bond, will that amount of debt overburden the District? A: Over the past five years, the District has retired $300 million in debt. Moreover, the District will continue to retire and reduce debt on an ongoing basis. Relative to this General Obligation Bond initiative, the District will only issue bonds when projects are ready to be executed. The bonds will be issued in several series over five years. The District continues to show discipline and success in retiring and reducing debt on an ongoing basis. 13. Q: Homeowners are experiencing increases in their property taxes because of rising property values, would the General Obligation Bond further increase property taxes? A: Although property values are increasing they remain below 2007 values. The capital outlay tax rate for school capital needs is also lower than it was in Even with the General Obligation Bond included, a homeowner with a home valued at $225,000 will pay approximately $ less per year in capital outlay tax than in This is 26% less than seven years ago. Even with the General Obligation Bond, a condominium owner with a condo valued at $105,000 will pay approximately $72.00 less per year in capital outlay tax than it was in This is 33% less than seven years ago. Broward County Public Schools SMART FAQs Last revised: July 29, 2014 Page 5 of 5

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