Measure G Projects
Measure G Projects:
On January 26, 2017, the Board designated and prioritized projects for the first issuance of bond funds including the modernization of eleven (11) schools (combined with 60% state modernization funds), furniture needs associated with modernization work, technology needs associated with modernization work, the reconstruction of Chino High School, the construction of Preserve school #2, and science classroom additions/renovations at all junior high schools and Ayala High School.
Safety and Security projects:
All school sites within the District will be receiving safety and security upgrades over the course of the next two years. These upgrades include: keyless access control system, security cameras, security alarm upgrades, and single point of entry modifications.
- The first phase of the keyless access project is in progress, with Arcadis, Inc. as the construction management firm approved by the School Board.
- Raptor, the Visitor Management System, have been installed at all school sites. All school visitors and volunteers will be required to scan their driver's license or state-issued I.D. to obtain a visitor pass prior to entering campus.
Reconstruction of Chino High School:
Design and engineering services are in progress with WLC Architects. Balfour-Beatty Construction Inc. has been approved by the School Board as the construction management firm for the Chino High School project.
- CEQA Mitigated Negative Declaration for Chino High School
Renderings of the new Chino High School:
Picture of the Chino HS Groundbreaking Ceremony:
Alteration/Modernization at eleven (11) schools:
- Ruben S. Ayala High School: Alteration (Modernization) and addition of a new building for science labs has begun with the move of the portables on the southeast side of campus. Balfour-Beatty Construction Inc. has been approved by the School Board as the construction management firm for the modernization at Ruben S. Ayala High School.
- Modernization at ten (10) school sites:
- Phase 1: Cattle ES, Litel ES, and Oak Ridge ES: Design and engineering services by WLC Architects have been approved by DSA. Construction work will begin in the fall of 2018.
- Future phases: Design and engineering services by WLC Architects are in progress for Butterfield Ranch ES, Country Springs ES, Eagle Canyon ES, Hidden Trails ES, Rolling Ridge ES, Canyon Hills JHS, and Townsend JHS.
- C.W. Driver Inc. has been approved by the School Board as the construction management firm for the alteration (modernization) of these school sites.
Renovation of science labs:
Schools: Briggs K-8, Canyon Hills JHS, Magnolia JHS, Ramona JHS, and Townsend JHS:
WLC Architects design and engineering services are in progress at these sites. Arcadis, Inc. has been approved by the School Board as the construction management firm for the science lab project at Briggs K-8 School.
On May 3, 2018, the School Board approved Measure G bond funds for renovations and upgrades to the former El Rancho ES facilities and infrastructure.