Safety & Security
The Centennial School District worked with consultants to review the districts' safety and security systems. If the proposed bond is approved, it would fund security features and upgrades including intercoms, fire alarm systems, security cameras, and security monitoring systems throughout the district. Exterior doors that are no longer functional would be repaired and/or replaced to increase security functionality. Some doors would be replaced with metal doors while other doors would receive new locking mechanisms to improve security for students and staff.
The bond would add security monitoring systems infrastructure for cameras. The Centennial School District has cameras operating, but they do not always provide clear and readable pictures. If the bond is approved, the work to place conduit would happen while buildings undergo other types of repair and crawl spaces, ceilings and walls are open and accessible.
If the bond passes, the tax rate for the proposed $65 million bond would remain at $1.19 per $1000 of assessed value. If the bond is not passed, the proposed projects would not be completed and no additional tax assessment would be made.