How Does the Bond Issue Help Holman?

The Pattonville Board of Education is asking Pattonville residents to vote on a $111 million zero-tax-rate-increase bond issue on April 5 to fund a new master facilities plan for the district. The plan calls for adding classrooms to address growth in student enrollment; providing safety and maintenance improvements; and updating school facilities to meet current and future teaching and learning needs for students.  Approval of the bond issue will not increase the district's property tax rate.  How will this help Holman Middle School?

  • Construct new gym adjacent to existing main gym
  • Renovate basement below existing main gym (locker and health rooms)
  • Install fire suppression system
  • Add new stormwater treatment area for new gym
  • Add gate or door to separate gym from rest of school
  • Provide additional collaborative learning spaces between classrooms
  • Upgrade library, including new exterior windows and entry enhancements
  • Renovate east side of electives corridor (across from band)
  • Improve elementary gifted education wing (ALPHA)
  • Install additional security cameras
  • Install new building clock system
  • Purchase new furniture
  • Repair/upgrade mechanical, electrical, plumbing and HVAC
  • Reconfigure and renovate offices
  • Extend parent drop-off lane at west side of building to improve pickup/drop off traffic
  • Build ramp for Americans with Disabilities Act access to west door at drive loop
  • Renovate eight restrooms
  • Renovate two sixth grade science classrooms
  • Improve signage and wayfinding

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