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Facilities

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During their July 21, 2014 meeting, the Forest Hills Board of Education approved placing a 4.45 mill bond issue (Issue 4) on the Nov. 4 ballot to fund the $103 million plan. The issue also included .5 mills to create a permanent improvement fund to provide revenue for future building maintenance.

On November 4, 2014, district residents approved the passage of Issue 4.

Funds from this bond issue have allowed the district to move forward in addressing facilities issues at every school in the district by extensively renovating eight neighborhood schools and building a new school to replace Wilson Elementary. It also:

  • improved learning environments for all students
  • provided more secure entrances and security features at every school
  • increased handicap-accessibility and meet current ADA codes 
  • added climate-control features to our schools, including air conditioning systems at four schools that do not currently have AC
  • provided flexible learning spaces for innovative learning at every school
  • upgraded technology at every school
  • relieved traffic congestion at many schools
  • provided additional classroom space to accommodate the gradual implementation of full-day kindergarten
  • took advantage of interest rates and construction costs that are the lowest they have been in 30 years.

BOARD PRESENTATIONS/CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

For information on construction updates  (2014- 2018) please contact the Communications Department at 513.231.3600

BIDS/RFPS

SPORTS MEDICINE HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

The Forest Hills School District is requesting proposals for a Sports Medicine Health Partnership from qualified and reliable contractors.  Please find the official legal advertisement here.

DISTRICT WIDE ASPHALT PROJECTS

The Forest Hills School District is seeking bids for a District Wide Asphalt Project.  Please find the official legal advertisement here,

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

In February 2015, the district completed its second round of meetings with building “visioning teams” consisting of staff members, administrators and parents who discussed facility issues and needs that affect teaching and learning in each school and classroom, as well as possible solutions.
 
From late February through April, the district held community meetings during which community members heard a summary of the results of a specific neighborhood school’s visioning meetings and discussed exterior design options, including school entrances and security vestibules.

Below are presentations from the community meetings held in 2015.

Ayer Elementary

8471 Forest Road    

Wilson Elementary

2465 Little Dry Run Road

Sherwood Elementary

7080 Grantham Way

Mercer Elementary

2600 Bartels Road

Nagel Middle School

1500 Nagel Road

Anderson High School

7560 Forest Road

Turpin High School

2650 Bartels Road

Maddux Elementary

943 Rosetree Lane

Summit Elementary

8400 Northport Drive

BOND ISSUE INFORMATION

Frequently Asked Questions
Bond issue announcement press release
Facilities process
Information on what projects the bond will fund at each school (Anderson High SchoolTurpin High SchoolNagel Middle SchoolAyer ElementaryMaddux ElementaryMercer ElementarySherwood ElementarySummit ElementaryWilson Elementary)
OFCC evaluations summary report
SSOE evaluations summary report
Facilities survey results summary
Enrollment projections
Draft of facilities options (presented at May 16, 2014 Board meeting)

QUESTIONS

Facilities questions may be directed to John Eckert, Director, Business Operations, at 231-3600.

Community

We provide safe, energy-efficient, optimal learning environments for our students, from the moment they step on a bus or enter a school to the moment they return home.

John Eckert

John Eckert
Director, Business Operations