CCUSD schools undergoing summer construction
CAVE CREEK – The 2014 bond funds for the Cave Creek Unified School District are being put to good use this summer, as renovation projects are underway at several CCUSD schools.
“This summer, the key projects are seven science classrooms being updated at Cactus Shadows High School, a complete renovation of the Black Mountain Elementary School Campus, renovations at the Fine Arts Center, parking lot additions and improvements to parking flow for safety, a field house at CSHS’ Falcon Field, as well as new bleachers at the stadium, improvements to the Bus Barn area and Bus lot and a comprehensive safety system at all school sites (to name a few),” said CCUSD superintendent Dr. Debbi Burdick, in an email interview. “Previous projects included weatherproofing buildings, roofing repairs or replacements and HVAC repair/replacements.”
These renovations and improvements are being funded through bond dollars that voters in the district approved in a 2014 election. These bonds included a $10 million repurposed bond and an additional $30 million bond.
“The $40 total mil is being used for much needed facility improvements, upkeep and safety items,” Burdick said.
“The bond dollars have allowed us very needed improvements to extend the safe use of our buildings that the community had already invested in and we are very grateful for their support!” Burdick emphasized.