2012 PENDERGAST BOND EXPENDITURE

The community's continued commitment to children and on-going support for our schools and staff was demonstrated when the District latest bond proposal was approved by voters on November 6th, 2012.

The District is using the Bond funding to repair, maintain and improve our schools and facilities; to complete school and district construction projects identified in 2006; and to vastly improve and upgrade technology for District communication and student learning.

AVAILABLE BOND FUNDS - $31,155,731
IMPROVEMENTS FOR NON-ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES EXPENDED FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET
Desert Horizon: Multi-Purpose Facility & Cafeteria $5,652,519  
Copper King: Multi-Purpose Facility $2,446,281  
Amberlea: Multi-Purpose Facility & Land Purchase $2,553,986  
Parking Lot Improvements $233,407  
Roof Replacements $728,245 $192,755
Heating / Air Conditioning Replacement $1,058,823 $339,583
Carpet Replacement / School Painting $1,732,484 $326,986
School Marquees $637,424  
District Project Reserve $43,113 $205,242
District Wide Technology Upgrades $3,451,794 $81,992
Student Computer Initiative $1,570,055  
Microwave System / Wireless $750,000  
Video Head End / Paging / Bells / Clock Upgrades $46,913  
Technology: E-Rate   $400,000
Security / Card Access System / e911 $463,878 $670,248
School Copier Replacements $270,000  
School Projects / Furniture and Equipment Upgrade $713,002 $486,998
IMPROVEMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES EXPENDED FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET
Villa de Paz and Phase II Pendergast Community Center $2,862,930  
Microwave System / Wireless $21,155  
Parking Lot Upgrades - District Office & Pendergast Learning Center $395,004  
District Office Roof / Pendergast Community Center Roof / Other $387,537  
District Office & Pendergast Learning Center Marquees $324,570  
District Copier Replacements $98,697  
District Wide Technology $600,000 $50,000
District Projects / Furniture and Equipment Upgrades $862,304 $497,806
  EXPENDED FISCAL YEAR 2017 BUDGET
Total $27,904,121 $3,251,610


2006 PENDERGAST BOND EXPENDITURE

Pendergast District voters approved the $50 million Bond on November 7th, 2006. The funding allowed Pendergast to immediately address overcrowding by adding new classrooms at Canyon Breeze and Rio Vista. A few of the other major projects that were funded by the 2006 Bond was the complete rebuilding of Pendergast Elementary (the District's oldest school) transforming it into the first LEED certified K-8 green school in Phoenix and classrooms at Desert Horizon were completely renovated.

AVAILABLE BOND FUNDS - $50,451,391
IMPROVEMENTS FOR NON-ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES EXPENDED
Pendergast Elementary "Green" School $13,627,207
Westwind Addition & Multipurpose Center $9,382,694
Canyon Breeze Elementary- 10 Classroom Building Additions $1,954,737
Rio Vista Elementary- 10 Classroom Building Additions $1,871,438
Desert Horizon Elementary- Renovation $3,260,234
Pendergast Elementary Phase II $802,844
Villa de Paz Elementary Network/Intercom Replacement $114,411
Sunset Ridge Elementary Multipurpose Building $1,911,747
Canyon Breeze Elementary Multipurpose Building $1,970,589
Sonoran Sky Elementary Multipurpose Building $1,912,978
Rio Vista Elementary Multipurpose Building $2,020,237
Villa de Paz Elementary Multipurpose Building $4,049,846
Garden Lake Elementary Multipurpose Building $2,537,823
Desert Mirage Elementary Multipurpose Building $2,164,528
IMPROVEMENTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PURPOSES EXPENDED
District Office Renovation $1,048,067
Buses $2,005,007