Listed in Priority Order

1. Bond repayment
2. New school construction and associated land acquisition, school additions, related items such as library books, furniture, etc.
3. Existing school upkeep/upgrade – historically this has been items such as new roofs, HVAC, floors, security systems, etc.
4. Technology
5. School Buses
6. Land acquisition for future school needs.
7. Extra-Curricular facilities-Fields, auditoriums, fine arts centers, gyms, bleachers, scoreboards, etc.

FAQ’s Regarding the HCSD 10 Year Plan

Question: If ESPLOST VI and the Bond measures pass, and new elementary schools are constructed, will the consolidation of schools impact current attendance zones which determine where my child attends middle or high school?

Answer: No. At this time the district has no plans to redraw district lines. As an example: If White Sulphur and Riverbend Elementary Schools were to merge into one newly constructed facility, students from White Sulphur would still attend East Hall Middle and High Schools, and Riverbend students would continue to track through the North Hall Cluster.

“Building a Future for Students:
Building Community”

New Cherokee Bluff Middle School – $44M
4 New Elementary Schools, Bringing Current Number of 20 to 17 – $109M
Renovations to Bathrooms, Classrooms, Core Spaces at Existing Middle/High Schools, Safety/Security Improvements – $25M
Performing Arts Centers at Johnson and West Hall High Schools – $18M
Renovations/New Construction at Lyman Hall, Sardis, and Johnson – $36M
Extra-Curricular Activity/Athletic Area Improvements – $12M
District Maintenance Facility and Transportation Satellite Center – $10M
Hall County School District Agricultural-Business Center – $4M
Total: $258M

Please note: All projects and figures are estimates based upon our most current and reliable information. Actual projects and estimates may be adjusted based upon changing conditions.

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