• Bond Update

  • September 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 9/1/2022

    The recent monsoon storms have put a damper on some of our bond projects, but our crews continue to persevere, making big strides wrapping up some projects and also launching new ones.

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  • Kiva Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 9/1/2022

    Students and staff are excited about their new digs!  As the Kiva community gears up to celebrate the school’s 65th anniversary, they will do so in brand-new buildings.  An official ribbon cutting ceremony is planned for the fall.  By then, the new buildings and property will all be ship-shape. Phase 2 of constructing the parking lot and kindergarten playground are ahead of schedule. While the initial plan was for these to be completed by Fall Break, it is now looking like they will wrap up in the next few weeks.

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  • Tavan Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 9/1/2022

    Parents and staff noticed some changes at Tavan this week. In advance of kicking off the new construction there, staff parking has been moved and families walking to school now access campus differently. These minor inconveniences shouldn’t last too long as excavation work gets underway in advance of a new foundation being laid for new buildings. Those structures are scheduled to open after Spring Break 2023.

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  • Pueblo Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 9/1/2022

    Prep work is already underway at Pueblo, with a very ambitious schedule of just 10 months to build an entirely new school.  Later this month, all of the site grading and utilities installation will start to take shape, and the plan is for the new Pueblo to open in Summer 2023.

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  • August 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 8/1/2022

    It has been a busy month of navigating supply chain issues, inflation, labor shortages and monsoon storms. Yet, SUSD is ready to kick off the new year and welcome students and teaching teams across several campuses into new or refreshed spaces.

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  • Kiva Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 8/1/2022

    Kiva Bond ProgressThe Kiva community should be pleasantly surprised by what it finds August 3rd at the entirely new school that awaits. While there is still much work to be done, the old Kiva is now gone and teachers are settling into their new Kiva classrooms.

    Kiva Bond ProgressThe Kiva campus will be ready for students to learn in their new classroom environments. Unfortunately, there have been some delays in completing the shade structures, playgrounds, and permanent perimeter fencing. SUSD’s Building Services construction team, contractors and the Kiva Administration have been working together closely to ensure a safe campus environment for all. Alternative recess plans have been created, pending the completion of these outdoor areas. These last few days before the new school year begins will be extremely busy with final preparations for students and staff.

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  • Navajo Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 8/1/2022

    The Building D renovation work is complete, with the exception of new frames and windows in the classrooms. GCON will return during fall break to finish this work. Furniture has been moved into the classrooms and the campus is ready for the new school year.

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  • Tavan Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 8/1/2022

    Seven locations on the Tavan campus have been renovated and are ready for the new school year. Getting these spaces student-ready was no easy feat. The focus now shifts to the next construction phase, which includes a new administration building, a newly renovated building to support Pre-K and PANDA classrooms, a new Art room, Comprehensive Gifted Program classrooms and a large, outdoor space for P.E.  Review the presentation made to the Governing Board this summer here.

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  • Yavapai Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 8/1/2022

    After two years of sharing space with Hohokam, Yavapai teachers are back on their own campus and have spent the last week making it feel like home. They can’t wait to welcome their Thunderbird students on Wednesday!

     

    Read more at The SUSD Source

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  • July 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 7/1/2022
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