• Measure B (2002)


    Approved by voters of Rancho Cordova in 2002, Measure B provided $49 million in general obligation bonds for improvements to existing schools in Rancho Cordova and construction of a new elementary school to serve new housing developments in southern Rancho Cordova.  The district was able to secure additional funding from the State of California for some of the modernization projects and the construction of the new elementary school. 

    Cordova Gardens Elementary School:  Work completed in 2007

    • Replaced covered walkway roofing
    • Replaced HVAC systems in classrooms
    • Reconstructed roof framing required by the HVAC system upgrades
    • Replaced suspended acoustical tile ceilings as necessary
    • Provided access compliance upgrades to drinking fountains
    • Remodeled  the administration
    • Converted two classrooms into a new computer lab and library
    • Replaced door hardware throughout the campus
    • Installation of cable television
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 24 new computers, provided a laser printer, and mounted LCD projectors

     Cordova Lane Elementary School:  Work completed in 2006

    • Replaced flooring in the library and installed additional computer outlets
    • Installed new casework in the relocatable classrooms
    • Replaced multipurpose, library and canopy roofing
    • Replaced gutters and downspouts as needed
    • Installed new gas and electrical lines on canopy and rooftops
    • Replaced windows as needed
    • Replaced HVAC units, thermostats and controls
    • Replaced lighting inside and repaired stucco on the multipurpose
    • Installed additional electrical outlets in the kitchen
    • Replaced mop sinks and lighting in janitorial rooms
    • Provided access compliance upgrades
    • Repaired drainage system
    • Replaced ceiling tiles
    • Installed new clocks and speakers in the portables
    • Installed cable television
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 40 new computers, and mounted LCD projectors

    Cordova Meadows Elementary School:  Work completed in 2002

    • Provided access compliance upgrades
    • Replaced master clock system
    • Expanded the multipurpose room
    • Installed sound proofing between new multipurpose expansion and adjacent classrooms
    • Upgraded the kitchen and serving areas
    • Demolished non state architect approved trailers
    • Added a relocatable building to house a copy room, band room and office spaces
    • Panted the exterior of campus
    • Converted the former preschool building to a storage facility
    • Installed cable television to all classrooms
    • Installed new computer counters in Wing B classrooms
    • Replaced plastic laminate countertops and upgraded lighting in classrooms
    • Installed new sinks and faucets in classrooms
    • Replaced failing exterior block wall with new plaster wall at Wing C
    • Upgraded exterior lighting
    • Installed new drinking fountains
    • Repaired landscape and irrigation system
    • Installed new library casework and bookshelves
    • Technology:  Replaced server and deployed 57 new computers

    Cordova Villa Elementary School:  Work completed in 2003 with supplemental modernization funding from the State of California

    • Replaced HVAC system
    • Constructed permanent walls between the classrooms in the main building
    • Replaced flooring and carpet
    • Provided data and technology access upgrades
    • Provided electrical upgrades
    • Made structural repairs in main building
    • Painted interior and exterior of campus
    • Replaced old buildings
    • Created a computer lab
    • Installed new casework in classrooms
    • Upgraded plumbing
    • Addressed site drainage issues
    • Reconfigured Reymouth buildings
    • Provided access compliance upgrades
    • Upgraded restrooms
    • Repaired and replaced fencing as needed
    • Upgraded phones, clocks and bells
    • Upgraded fire alarm to an addressable system
    • Installed cable television
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 43 new computers and mounted LCD projectors

    Mather Heights Elementary School:  In 2001, state funds and developer fees were used to provide vast improvements to this site. In 2003, Measure B provided these additional features to the campus

    • Installed cable television throughout campus
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 54 new computers, provided laser printers, mounted LCD projectors

    Navigator Elementary School:  Measure B, state funds and developer fees were used to construct this school in 2006.

    • Constructed a new elementary to house 625 pupils which includes:
      • Administration building
      • Multipurpose room
      • Kindergarten building
      • Library and computer lab
      • Three classroom buildings
      • Site work and landscaping

    Peter J Shields Elementary SchoolWork completed in 2007

    • Refinished or replaced classroom casework
    • Provided access compliance upgrades
    • Remodeled the administration
    • Renovated multipurpose building to include new stucco, roofing, HVAC
    • Replaced ceiling tiles, lights and mechanical grilles at the multipurpose
    • Replaced doors throughout the campus
    • Upgraded master clock and intrusion alarm
    • Reconfigured two classrooms into a new computer lab and library
    • Installed new cable television
    • Painted exterior campus
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 24 new computers, added laser printers, and mounted LCD projectors

    Rancho Cordova Elementary School:  Work completed in 2007

    • Replaced covered walkway roofing
    • Replaced existing HVAC systems in classrooms and reconstructed the roof to accommodate the upgrades
    • Replaced the existing suspended acoustical tile ceilings as needed
    • Replaced the master clock and intrusion alarm systems
    • Remodeled the administration
    • Converted two classrooms into new a computer lab and library
    • Replaced door hardware throughout the campus
    • Painted exterior campus
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Technology:  Technology infrastructure, replaced server, deployed 41 new computers, mounted LCD projectors

    Riverview Elementary School:  Work completed in 2003 funded from Measure B and state funds

    • Installed a new addressable fire alarm and intrusion system
    • Installed new phone system for safety
    • Replaced HVAC system and added it to the energy management system
    • Installed of new floor covering, lights, casework, counter tops, sinks, ceilings, blinds, white boards, doors and hardware in all rooms
    • Upgraded all areas for access compliance
    • Repaired or replaced roofing
    • Painted the entire campus (interior and exterior)
    • Repaired hard court and parking lots
    • Demolished and replaced old portables
    • Replaced ball wall
    • Installed cable television in classrooms
    • Installed a remote irrigation control system
    • Renovated the kitchen area
    • Installed  a computer lab and resource specialist program classroom
    • Technology:  Installed a new data system, replaced server, deployed 39 new computers, provided two laser printers, mounted LCD projectors

    White Rock Elementary School:  Work completed in 2006

    • Replaced flooring, ceiling tiles, stage and lighting in the multipurpose room
    • Installed acoustical walls, casework and paint in the multipurpose
    • Renovated the kitchen
    • Replaced Unit B and canopy roofing
    • Replaced gutters and downspouts as needed
    • Replaced windows as needed
    • Replaced HVAC units, thermostats and controls
    • Provided access compliance upgrades
    • Repaired sewer line for the multipurpose restrooms
    • Installed casework, access compliant sinks, cubbies, bookshelves and clocks in the relocatable rooms
    • Painted the exterior of the campus
    • Renovated the teachers’ lounge
    • Removed trees impacting sewer lines
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Technology:  Upgraded technology infrastructure, replaced server, deployed 24 new computers and mounted LCD projectors

    Williamson Elementary School:  Work completed in 2004

    • Repaired or replaced casework
    • Replaced sink in cafeteria custodian room
    • Provided air conditioning to work room
    • Installed skirting on ramps at the relocatable buildings
    • Repaired hard court areas
    • Replaced overhangs where necessary
    • Renovated kitchen area and staff room
    • Replaced ball wall
    • Removed the old trailer and replaced with state architect approved building
    • Provided cable television to all classrooms
    • Installed walkways around the office building
    • Replaced fencing and gates as needed
    • Remodeled mechanical rooms to provide storage space
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Technology:  Upgraded technology infrastructure, replaced server, deployed 28 new computers, provided two laser printers, mounted LCD projectors

    Mills Middle School:  Work completed in 2005

    • Painted the exterior campus
    • Repaired dry-rot and replaced roofs on walkways
    • In classrooms:
      • Refinished or replaced casework as needed
      • Replaced countertops
      • Replaced sinks in 6th grade classrooms
      • Installed projection screens
      • Installed new flooring in all classrooms
      • Installed tackable vinyl wall covering
      • Installed white boards
      • Installed cable television
    • Repaired,  repainted or replaced selected ceilings
    • Installed a new computer lab
    • Redesigned and furnished Room 2 as a project room
    • Redesigned science rooms housed in old home economics rooms to full science classrooms
    • Fully redesigned the kitchen and provided a new serving area
    • Redesigned the staff lounge
    • Abated asbestos as needed
    • Repaired storm drain at quad stage
    • Upgraded and improved the electrical system
    • Provided a new 100 pair ATT/telephone feed to the school
    • Removed and abated abandoned boilers
    • Upgraded drinking fountains for access compliance
    • Repaired and remodeled restrooms
    • Replaced and improved exterior lighting
    • Installed a shade structure
    • Created a new bus drop off area
    • Installed and removed relocatable buildings for modernization phasing
    • Repaired or replaced parking lot fence
    • Created a student walkway along the east side of Coloma Road
    • Converted manual irrigation sprinkler valves to automatic valves
    • Gopher control in athletic fields
    • Leveled the athletic field
    • Technology:  Added data drops to reading program classroom, upgraded technology infrastructure, replaced servers, deployed 71 new computers, added two laser printers, mounted LCD projectors
    Mitchell Middle School:  Work completed in 2005 – 2007
     
    • Installed a new bus loop
    • Reconfigured parking lot
    • Improved fire lane and parking area
    • Repaired landscape and irrigation
    • Installed relocatable buildings for future growth and for use for phasing of  the 2007 modernization
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Installed cable television
    • Technology:  Replaced servers, deployed 47 new computers, added three laser printers and mounted LCD projectors

     Cordova High School:  Work completed from 2002 – 2007

    • Converted the HVAC system from a 2-pipe to a 4-pipe, replaced unit ventilators, repaired existing boilers and chillers not covered in contract
    • Painted the campus interiors and exterior
    • Replaced roofing and repaired dry rot damage at the library, F-wing, D-wing south, B, C and E comfort stations. 
    • Repaired or replaced all gutters
    • Abated VAT floor tiles and replaced with VCT
    • Refinished, replaced and/or added casework
    • Installed new tackable vinyl wall covering
    • Replaced doors and hardware throughout campus
    • Installed new building signage
    • Remodeled and added staff restrooms
    • Replaced non-state architect approved interior walls
    • Added white boards as needed
    • Remodeled wing office/staff areas
    • Replaced intrusion wiring
    • Administration:
      • Relocated phone jacks from floor mounts to wall mounts
      • Replaced carpet and ceiling
      • Replaced Plexiglas windows with glass
      • Reconfigured the principal’s office
      • Replaced failing 50-pair phone feed with a new 200-pair feed
      • Replace overhead cable television feed with underground conduit feed
      • Improved site drainage to eliminate lawn swamp
    • A-wing:
      • Relocated and added casework to increase the number of pottery wheel stations
      • Redesigned sewing room to better fit the needs of the sewing program
      • Redesigned the food lab
      • Repaired student restroom because of extensive dry rot in walls
      • Added dust filter system to ceramics room

    •  B-wing:
      • Provided a new entrance to the supply room at staff request
      • Designed and installed new kitchen and laundry area for the Sacramento County Special Education program.
      • Replaced Plexiglas windows with glass
      • Installed new computer lab casework in three rooms and added smart panels and LCD projectors in computer labs

    • C-wing:
      • Installed smart panels and LCD projectors in end rooms
    • D-wing:
      • Removed obsolete steam cleaner
      • Installed a new cage for the metal shop oxygen supplies
      • Relocated acetylene bottles and updated gas lines
      • Installed additional dust filter in metal shop
      • Converted the wood shop to a counseling center and added a new sink and coffee area
      • Abated and filled in the hydraulic lift pits in the auto shop
      • Converted receiving room to a chorus room
    • E-wing:
      • Provided a new time out room for Special Education class
      • Replaced Plexiglas windows with glass
      • Installed hand dryers in student restroom
      • Installed smart panel and LCD projector in E-1
    • F-wing:
      • Installed smart panels and LCD projectors
      • Replaced all Plexiglas windows with glass
      • Provided data to teacher work areas
      • Upgraded F1-2 and F5-6 work/lab rooms to provide a one hour fire rating
      • Provided venting system to acid storage cabinet
      • Replaced demonstration lab table in F-5
      • Added chair rail to prevent damage to walls from student desks

    • G-wing:
      • Installed smart panels and LCD projectors in end rooms
      • Replaced chiller unit
    •   Music:
      • Added structural reinforcement as required by the state architect
      • Repaired exterior leaking irrigation valve
    • Library:
      • Installed a new drop ceiling and lighting
      • Installed smart panels and LCD projectors in main room and conference room
      • Reconfigured the career center
      • Replaced data poles and data wiring to student computer work stations
    • Gymnasium:
      • Abated asbestos in ceiling
      • Installed a new floor, bleachers, lights, acoustic treatment, sound system and paint
      • Renovated the weight room
      • Improved storeroom to provide for a snack bar with a sink and a counter window with access to lobby
      • Reconfigured  girls side coaches storeroom/lounge
      • Created an Athletic Director Office
    • Stadium:
      • Renovated stadium with a new track surface, synthetic turf football/soccer field, bleachers, stadium lights, concession/ticket building, repaired press box, added fencing, improved parking and entrance areas, provided access compliance upgrades and installed a new scoreboard
      • Remodeled restrooms
      • Installed a new stadium sound system
      • Improved drainage at storage area by tennis courts
      • Installed fence at stadium stairs
    •  Cafeteria:
      • Purchased a new auto scrubber to maintain new floors
      • Replaced the stage curtain wall
    • Snack Bar/Student Accounts:
      • Installed a floor safe to replace stolen safe
    • Site:
      • Added new fence between Mills and Cordova High (south of D-wing)
      • Provided new walkway from E-wing to Student Union
      • Installed conduit for future low voltage system replacement
      • Added access compliant crosswalks at Chase Drive per County of Sac
      • Repaired existing sprinkler systems
      • Contracted a pest control company to solve the athletic field gopher problem
      • Created an additional parking area
      • Replaced paving as needed
      • Provided site fence repairs and additions as needed
      • Repaired and renovated landscaping
      • Installed new sprinkler system and sod to small lawn areas north of D-1 and D-4
    • Technology:
      • Upgraded technology infrastructure
      • Replaced servers
      • Deployed 96 new computers
      • Three laser printers
      • Projector mounting
      • 11 LCD projectors

     Kinney High School:  Work completed in 2003-2005

    • Improved parking area
    • Installed a new fire protection water line and hydrant
    • Created a new fire lane
    • Provided landscape improvements
    • Installed white boards in portable classrooms
    • Replaced intrusion system
    • Implemented energy load rolling
    • Installed cable television
    • Technology:  Replaced server, deployed 54 new computers and mounted LCD projectors
    Mather Youth Academy / Youth Opportunity at the Kitty Hawk Campus:  Work completed in 2004, funded from Measure B and state funds

    • Installed a new addressable fire alarm and intrusion system
    • Upgraded the phone systems
    • Replaced the HVAC system
    • Replaced floor covering, lights, wall finishes, ceilings, blinds, white boards, doors and hardware and refinished casework ,in all classrooms
    • Upgraded all areas for access compliance
    • Repaired or replaced canopies
    • Painted some interior and exterior areas
    • Installed a new gate
    • Reconfigured kindergarten building for new offices and classrooms
    • Replaced multipurpose room flooring.
    • Revised parking configuration
    • Remodeled kitchen
    • Replaced windows where needed
    • Created a new library
    • Remodeled the administration area
    • Technology:  Installed new data system for technology,  replaced server and deployed 35 new computers

    Community Education Center:  Work completed in 2002 with Measure B and state funds

    • Refinished or installed new casework
    • Replaced flooring
    • Replaced Roofing
    • Installed and upgraded relocatable buildings
    • Remodeled and repaired restrooms
    • Upgraded existing 25-pair phone feed with a 100-pair cable
    • Installed a new phone system
    • Provided a new addressable fire alarm system
    • Created new computer labs
    • Replaced, repaired or added HVAC
    • Upgraded electrical
    • Abated asbestos as needed
    • Painted interior and exterior of campus
    • Installed staff workrooms and restrooms
    • Converted classroom space to office space
    • Upgraded for access compliance
    • Installed new fire hydrants to upgrade fire protection
    • Added space to the Adolescent Parent Program classroom for the demonstration kitchen
    • Upgraded interior and exterior lighting
    • Added additional parking, fencing and gates
    • Provided landscape improvements
    • Technology:  Data and technology upgrades and replaced servers