The SMART program is moving forward with 1,191 SMART projects in one of the six phases of the design and implementation process. This represents 87 percent of all SMART school facility projects and marks an investment of more than $844 million as of September 30, 2017. Read more in the October SMART Update.
NEW! School Spotlights Reports Now Available
School Spotlight quarterly reports are now available online. The School Spotlight reports provide valuable information on individual SMART facilities projects, such as easy-to-read overviews of approved renovations, projected costs, School Choice Enhancement Program initiatives and other ongoing or scheduled projects. The School Spotlight reports also include project status information and, if applicable, explanations of key budget and/or schedule issues that could have an impact on a project.
To access the School Spotlight quarterly reports, click here (or click on the School Spotlights icon in the section below). Then, from the map page search by school name, address/city or District number to choose a school. Hover over the location pin to see the school name and click on the "Learn more about this project" link to reach the school’s SMART main page, which will have the icons pictured below:
To access the School Spotlight report, just click on the Facilities icon. From the school’s SMART main page, you can also get information on SMART Music & Art, Athletics, and Technology, and more.
Bond Oversight Committee Quarterly Report
Read the latest Bond Oversight Committee Quarterly Report.
Section 1 - Technology SBBC Schools
Section 2 - Technology Charter Schools
Section 3 - Music & Art Equipment
Section 4 - Athletics
Section 5 - Facilities & Construction
Section 6 - Budget Activity Report
Section 7 - Supplier Diversity Outreach Program
Section 8 - Communication
School Choice Enhancement Program
School Choice Enhancement Program (SCEP) projects s are making progress across the District. As part of the SCEP, each school will be allocated $100,000 for capital-related projects to improve the condition of instructional and educational spaces. Check out the SCEP brochure to learn more.
Learn More: School Choice Enhancement Program