• Bond Update

  • December 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 12/1/2022
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  • Tavan Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 12/1/2022

    Construction of the Art/Comprehensive Gifted Program (CGP) classroom is progressing nicely. Masonry, roof trusses, roof sheeting, fire sprinklers, underground plumbing, and the slab-on-grade foundation are all complete. HVAC ductwork and interior wall framing is underway.   

    Tavan Tavan  

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  • Pueblo Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 12/1/2022

    PuebloAlready, Pueblo’s new buildings are all going vertical. 

    The A building’s slab-on-grade was poured Tuesday, November 29th and scaffolding was erected in preparation of masonry for the next few weeks.

    The B and C buildings have completed footings and the masons have started on the corners and the first couple lifts. The schedule shows the slab-on-grade for each building being poured before winter break.

    Underground utilities to the buildings are on the west side of the campus and will also be completed in next couple weeks.

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  • Kiva Elementary School

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 12/1/2022

    Kiva The new Kiva Elementary School officially opened its doors to students in August 2022, but the ribbon-cutting event for the new campus took place last month. It was a wonderful success and fun to celebrate with the community that supported the bond, the rebuild and the students of Scottsdale.

    Current and former Cougars enjoyed their time reminiscing about the good old days. Among those in attendance was former U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle, who attended Kiva when he was in third grade. He reflected fondly on his days playing basketball on the old Kiva’s playground and wondered if there wasn’t a future President somewhere among current Kiva students.  Check back with us in about 45 years!

    U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle

     

    Read more at The SUSD Source

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  • November 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 11/1/2022

    Two exciting milestones will take place in the Saguaro Learning Community this month!

    Pueblo Elementary will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new campus next week.  SUSD’s Spanish Dual Language Immersion elementary school is the final school that is being rebuilt with 2016 bond money.

    Meanwhile, Kiva Elementary will open up its new campus to parents, alumni and the community for its official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and school tour on November 18.

     

    Read more at The SUSD Source  

     

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  • October 2022

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 10/3/2022
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  • Kiva Phase II, North Parking Lot and K-1 Playground

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 10/3/2022

    The north parking lot, which is Kiva’s primary parking lot, officially opened this week for Pre-K through 2nd grade drop-offs and pick-ups.

    The K-1st grade playground has a new play structure, shade structure and swing set, and the basketball court opens for play this week. This playground also has a large, natural turf area that needs a few more weeks to get the grass established before it opens.

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  • Pueblo Elementary

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 10/3/2022

    Construction documents for the Pueblo rebuild are currently going through a second city of Scottsdale review. Construction permits are anticipated within the next 2-3 weeks. Once permits are approved, site work will begin immediately. Until then, McCarthy Construction is finalizing its subcontractor contracts.

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  • Tavan Elementary

    Posted by SUSD Communications on 10/3/2022

    The pads for the new Art and Administration buildings have been cleared and are ready for footings work to begin. Final documentation of offsite improvements has been reviewed and approved by the city of Phoenix and construction permits are now in place. This month, the project schedule shows progress on both buildings going vertical, with masonry walls in place by month’s end.

     

    Read more at The SUSD Source

     

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  • 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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