Stay Informed about SMART
SMART at a GlanceFind the latest updates, statistics, and photos of SMART Bond projects in your school district, or see how the program is enhancing at schools countywide in the latest SMART at a Glance Pamphlets (Published July 2019).
Published July 2019
- Countywide SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 1 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 2 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 3 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 4 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 5 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 6 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
- District 7 SMART at a Glance Pamphlet
SMART Bond (School Spotlight) Reports
SMART Bond (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.
Bond Oversight Committee Quarterly Report
A Bond Oversight Committee has been appointed to ensure the accountability and transparency of all SMART projects.
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 - Communications
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.
About The SMART Bond Program
In November 2014, Broward County voters approved an $800 million bond referendum that provides critically needed funding for students and schools. Broward County Public Schools has committed to investing the funding in safety, music, art, athletics, renovations, and technology (SMART) at every school.
The Office of Facilities and Construction is tasked with renovations to schools based on the SMART program needs assessment.
Improvements to school facilities include:
- Technology equipment
- Indoor air quality
- School safety systems
- Music and athletic equipment
- Renovations to more than 30 million square feet of school buildings to provide the students with state of the art facilities