Bond Proposal Fall of 2017
Quality education always has been and must continue to be a priority in Rock Creek Schools. We have the opportunity and responsibility to provide facilities and educational opportunities to more than 1,000 students in our growing District.
Rock Creek Schools faces challenges to continue to provide quality education for now and the future. Growth in our enrollment, a positive thing, requires additional classrooms and support spaces so that our young people can reach their goals and our staff effectively help them. While most Kansas school districts are struggling and losing population and enrollment, our District is growing.
Realizing the increasing challenges in our District, the Board of Education formed a Facilities Steering Committee in March of 2017. The Committee, consisting of parents, patrons, and educators from all parts of our District toured school facilities, prioritized needs, and developed a recommendation to the Board for improvements to enhance education in USD 323 for today and the future. The November bond issue proposal is the result of their efforts and dedication. The Board also solicited input by a survey.
Rock Creek Schools has challenges in its facilities and ability to provide the environment and programs that our children need and patrons demand. After much study, thought, and input from many sources, the USD 323 Board approved a resolution scheduling a bond issue election for November 7th. The election requests the authority to issue no more than $30.63 million in general obligation bonds to finance improvements at the Rock Creek campus. Improvements that will alleviate crowding challenges and make our educational system more efficient for decades to come.
- Site Plan
- Campus Plan
- Vocational Education Addition
- After Hours Activities
- Green Additions
- Student Traffic During the Day
- HS Purple MS Yellow
- District Office