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Welcome to Bond 2020!

Bond 2020 is a $1.3 billion program involving 36 campuses. This includes 21 schools whose main buildings have not been fully renovated in more than 50 years, and most with 30-year-old infrastructure. In addition, funds will go toward the final phase to complete campus renovations at 15 schools that received partial renovations under Bond 2016 or Bond 2010. 

Of the 43 schools with the oldest infrastructure on the long-range facilities master plan, this bond will fund renovations for nearly half of them, and completely renovate the majority of the largest schools. 

All SAISD schools will benefit from the 2020 bond with security upgrades. In addition, all outdated air-conditioning chillers will be replaced, benefiting another 30 campuses, and at the 21 aging schools to receive renovations, high-quality, modern HVAC systems will be installed as part of that work, boosting indoor air quality by allowing for fresh air from the outside to be pulled into the system and circulated throughout the school.

Additionally, funds are going to go toward buildings with new school models, including Rodriguez Montessori Elementary and Young Women's Leadership Academy – Primary, to renovate classroom spaces as grade levels are added. 

Under Proposition B, at $90 million, technology upgrades in every classroom will provide high-speed connectivity, individual devices, support tools, interactive smart boards and audio systems. 

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Bond 2020 is comprised of two categories with 36 campuses total.

Category One: 21 schools that have not been fully renovated in more than 50 years, and most have infrastructure that is at least 30 years old.

Category Two: 15 other schools that were a part of Bonds 2016 or 2010 will receive the finish out work needed from those renovations.

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New School Models

   

Security Upgrades & Air Conditioning Replacements

All schools across the District would receive security upgrades with interior and exterior cameras. All air-conditioning chillers in the District that are at least 15 years old would be replaced, which would benefit an additional 30 campuses:

-Ball Academy - Campus #1
-Ball Academy - Campus #2
-Baskin Elementary School
-Beacon Hill Academy
-Crockett Academy
-De Zavala Elementary School
-Estrada Achievement Center
-Forbes Academy
-Foster Academy
-Franklin Elementary School
-Green Academy
-Harris Middle School
-Herff Academy
-Kelly Elementary School
-Knox Early Childhood Center
-Lowell Middle School
-Margil Elementary School
-Maverick Elementary School
-Miller Academy
-Mission Academy
-Cooper Academy at Navarro
-Pershing Elementary School
-Rodriguez Montessori Elementary School
-Smith Elementary School
-Democracy Prep at Stewart Elementary
-Travis Early College High School
-Whittier Middle School
-Wilson Elementary School
-Woodlawn Hills Elementary School
-Young Men’s Leadership Academy

Creation of the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) was approved by SAISD Trustees to ensure the effective and efficient use of bond proceeds. Its purpose is to inform and advise the Board in matters relating to Bond 2020. Committee members also provide feedback to District staff, reviews progress reports and report recommendations to the Board.  

As of September 13, 2021, School Board Trustees approved the appointment of 21 members. Up to 24 members can be appointed, with each board member having a maximum of three individuals appointed to serve on the committee.

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Citizens Advisory Committee

District 1 - Sarah Sorensen

Sarah Gonzales Busse

Pam Carpenter

John M. Wilkins

 

District 4 - Arthur V. Valdez

Maria Cruz

Albert Regalado

Dr. Royce Sullivan

 

District 7 - Ed Garza

Jacob Amesquita

Ted Guerra

Robert Sipes


District 2 - Alicia Sebastian

Rose Hill

Mia Morris

Kevin Shandy

 

District 5 - Patti Radle

Amado Briseno

Anna Castañeda

Robert Corpus

 

Superintendent
Dr. Jaime Aquino

Angela Cassidy

Karla Duran

District 3  - Leticia Ozuna

George L. Garcia

Pat Jasso

Denise Ojeda

 

District 6 - Christina Martinez

John Burnam
Christine Drennon

Sandra Forrester

Upcoming Meetings

Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule
Meetings are from 6-8 p.m. in the Board Room, 514 W. Quincy, San Antonio, TX 78212

  • January 20, 2022
  • April 21, 2022
  • July 21, 2022
  • October 20, 2022

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