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Condition of Facilities

A comprehensive facility condition analysis revealed that despite an outstanding maintenance and upkeep program, aged infrastructure across the district’s older facilities will pose financial requirements to repair and renovate these buildings over the coming decade.  Rocky Heights Elementary School (built in 1962), Highland Hills Elementary (built in 1980), and Sandstone Middle School (built in 1995), are all showing signs of aging infrastructure due to the degradation of core components which invariably age and eventually fail over the life of these systems.  Roofing, exterior areas, mechanical units, and utility mechanisms—although well maintained—have either reached or are reaching the end their useful lives and need replacement or refurbishment in the near future.

Each District’s Facility Assessment Report can be viewed by clicking on the individual school.