The plan

Learn the details on how voting YES on 4E will improve our Harrison schools
HARRISON IS THE

heart of our community

It’s impossible to spend a day in our community without engaging an individual, business, or organization that is a product of our Harrison schools. For the price of one value burger a week we can give our kids access to the education they deserve.

D2 proud

Harrison has an incredible and proud history. You can find Harrison graduates impacting our community at every turn. It’s also the current home of Colorado’s Teacher of the Year.

Get the details

Harrison believes it’s important for everyone to know exactly where the bond dollars will be spent and how they will improve schools for our kids. They have made public a comprehensive spending plan and the execution of the bond plan will be overseen by a citizen’s oversight committee.

Executing the plan

Harrison has created a school by school plan for the immediate maintenance upgrades and improvements each school will receive. Click the following links to learn about the largest investments at each school. You can find a comprehensive list by viewing the District’s comprehensive bond plan.

In addition to the items listed below every school will receive significant upgrades to school libraries, classroom technology, and critical school safety and security updates.

Elementary Schools
Bricker Elementary School
  • $3,000,000 for a complete interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $2,000,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Centennial Elementary School
  • $2,500,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $1,550,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $500,000 to replace the school roof and add drainage
Giberson Elementary School
  • $500,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $500,000 to replace the school's roof
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Monterey Elementary School
  • $2,790,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $1,750,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace the school's roof
Oak Creek Elementary School
  • $2,790,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $2,000,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Otero Elementary School
  • $2,400,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $1,590,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Pikes Peak Elementary School
  • $1,990,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $750,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Sand Creek International Elementary School
  • $10,000,000 to build 10 new classrooms and turn the school into a K-8 campus
  • $700,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $550,000 to replace the school's roof
Soaring Eagles Elementary School
  • $10,000,000 to build 10 new classrooms and turn the school into a K-8 campus
  • $450,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Stratmoor Hills Elementary
  • $1,500,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $600,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Stratton Meadows Elementary School
  • $3,000,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $2,890,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Turman Elementary School
  • $2,700,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $1,500,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Wildflower Elementary School
  • $2,700,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $2,200,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $400,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
Mountain vista community school
  • $600,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
  • $300,000 to remodel common areas into classrooms
  • $120,000 to convert the library to a media center
Middle Schools
Carmel Middle School
  • $27,500,000 to rebuild the school original part of the building and turn into a K-8 campus
  • $5,500,000 for Architecture and engineering services
Fox Meadow Middle School
  • $1,000,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
  • $150,000 to convert the school library to a media center
  • $150,000 to update the school's security and fire prevention features
Panorama Middle School
  • $1,200,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $1,000,000 to replace school lighting with LED lights
  • $550,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
High Schools
Harrison High School
  • $7,350,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms, common areas and athletic facilities
  • $2,600,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $1,400,000 to replace the school lighting with LED lights
Sierra High School
  • $4,500,000 for an interior renovation of classrooms and common areas
  • $4,175,000 for a complete mechanical renovation
  • $1,400,000 to replace the school lighting with LED lights
Charter & Technical Schools
James Irwin Elementary School
  • $4,000,000 to build a new library and central office complex
  • $2,055,000 for security, energy efficiency, and security upgrades
ATLAS PREPARATORY SCHOOL
  • $3,200,000 for the purchase and renovation of an elementary school building
  • $2,500,000 to build a new gymnasium/all purpose facility
  • $2,300,000 for security, energy efficiency, and facility upgrades

Accountability

Harrison is creating a Citizen’s Oversight Committee as part of the bond process. This will be a committee of citizens who oversee the transparency and accountability of bond funds to ensure bond dollars are spent as promised.