Elmont Memorial High School - Sewanhaka Central High School

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Elmont Memorial High School - Sewanhaka Central High School
Bond Referendum Presentation
Dr. Ralph P. Ferrie, Superintendent of Schools
May 12, 2014
Mr. David Fowler – President
Floral Park- Bellerose
Mr. David Del Santo – Vice-President
New Hyde Park – Garden City Park
Mr. Joseph Armocida
Franklin Square
Ms. Laura Ferone
Floral Park – Bellerose
Ms. Jean Fichtl
Franklin Square
Mr. Michael Jaime
Elmont
Mr. Anthony Maffea, Sr.
Elmont
Ms. Joan Romagnoli
New Hyde Park – Garden City Park
 Major renovations at all five high schools to include auditoriums,
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HVAC, roof work, masonry, parking lots, bathrooms and
classrooms (where needed)
Technology infrastructure and security upgrades at all five high
schools
Upgrades to athletic facilities throughout the district to include
ATS
Cafeteria/gymnasium addition at Sewanhaka High School
Gymnasium addition at Elmont Memorial High School
Expanded auditorium/music room addition at Floral Park
Memorial High School
 Built in 1955
 Major points of emphasis
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New, relocated guidance office
HVAC/roof work/masonry
Renovated auditorium
Art room relocation, gymnasium ceiling replaced,
expansion of media center
Renovation of weight room/wrestling room/locker
rooms
Additional regulation size gymnasium
New synthetic football, soccer, lacrosse field
Security and technology upgrades
Elmont Memorial
High School
Basement Floor Plan
Elmont Memorial
High School
First Floor Plan
 Built in 1956 -
1974- Library addition
1987- Classroom addition 1
1991- Classroom addition 2/ Elevator installed
1993- Gymnasium addition
1996 – Over Home Economics – 2nd floor
 Major points of emphasis
 Expansion and renovation of the auditorium
 New orchestra, band and chorus rooms (addition of two larger group ensemble
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practice rooms)
HVAC, roof work, parking lots
New synthetic football, soccer, field hockey and lacrosse field
Resurface track, renovate softball/baseball fields
Security and technology upgrades
 Built in 1955
 Major points of emphasis
 Renovated auditorium
 Renovation of orchestra room and two science rooms
 HVAC/roof work/bathrooms
 Renovation of weight room
 New synthetic football, soccer, lacrosse field
 Renovated baseball/softball fields
 Security and technology upgrades
H. Frank Carey
High School
First Floor Plan
 Built in 1955
 Major points of emphasis
 Renovated auditorium
 HVAC/roof work – windows completed under capital projects in annual
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budgets
New synthetic football, lacrosse, and field hockey field
Fitness room refurbishment
Parking lot pavement and expansion (additional 10 parking spots)
Security and technology upgrades
New Hyde Park
Memorial High
School
First Floor Plan
 Built in 1929 (addition in 1936, vocational building in 1940, Flaherty building in
1957)
 Major points of emphasis
 New addition to include new cafeteria (teacher cafeteria which can be converted
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to Board meeting room), regulation size gymnasium, weight/aerobic room
facilities, Culinary Arts program facility – Reduced proposal – savings $2,300,000
Relocation of library into the current cafeteria on third floor
Relocation of music and art rooms
HVAC/roof work/parking lots
New synthetic field for football, soccer, lacrosse
Resurface track
Restore auditorium
Security and technology upgrades
Sewanhaka
High School
Second Floor Plan
COST ANALYSIS
Total proposed referendum – $86,606,691
Projected State Aid over time – approximately 47 per cent – New York State
building aid
Average Annual Tax Levy Increase over the entire district (all component
districts included) - $114 ($9.50 per month)
Tax impact will be layered in over a minimum of three to four years
NOTE: This total will be reduced by the scope of the work that could be
completed under an energy performance contract that would be determined by
the RFP that is submitted to and approved by the Board of Education and
through a finalized contract between the Board of Education and the approved
company.
ADDITIONS
Elmont Memorial High School Cost: $4,500,000
• Full-Size Gym
Rationale: To provide instructional space for physical education classes and after-school interscholastic
and intramural activities.
Sewanhaka High School Cost: $15,700,000
• Cafeteria Addition
• Gymnasium Addition
• Culinary Arts Addition
Rationale: To provide a cafeteria that is ADA compliant and has more appropriate grade-level eating
areas for junior high and high school students. To provide appropriate gymnasium space to
accommodate physical education classes and athletic competitions requiring higher ceiling
capacity. To provide instructional space for students pursuing courses in culinary arts.
Floral Park Memorial High School Cost: $13,000,000
• Auditorium
• Practice Rooms
Rationale: To expand seating capacity and to provide two large group instruction classrooms for
orchestra,
band and chorus classes.
TOTAL ADDITIONS $33,200,000
Floral Park Memorial High School
Asbestos abatement crawl space
$430,000
Athletic Field – Inside Existing Track & Regrade Baseball
Field
1,560,000
Basement Storage
82,400
Doors
19,055
Drinking Fountains
27,038
Exhaust Fans
350,000
Exit Lights
51,500
Heating & Ventilation
1,133,000
Masonry Restoration
257,500
Press Box
141,625
Primary Electrical Service
195,700
Roof Reconstruction
1,592,000
Security & Cameras
234,325
Stair Treads
96,820
Technology Infrastructure (Fiber, Internet Bandwidth, Wireless) 25,750
Toilet Refurbishment
231,750
TOTAL FLORAL PARK RENOVATIONS
$6,428,463
*Auditorium renovations are included in the cost projections for the
auditorium expansion/renovation.
H. Frank Carey High School
Areas of Refuge
Asbestos Abatement Crawl Space
Athletic Field - New Track, New Field
Athletic Field – New Baseball & Softball Fields with Sod
Auditorium Renovation
Corridor Lockers
Doors
Drinking Fountains
Exhaust Fans
Exit Lights
Fitness Rooms/Weight Room/Wrestling Room Refurbishment
Flooring – VCT Carpet
Gymnasium Bleachers & Gym Floor Refinishing
Heating & Ventilation
Orchestra – Band/Chorus Renovation
Parking Lot
Press Box
Roof Reconstruction
Science Rooms
Security & Cameras
Technology Infrastructure (Fiber, Internet Bandwidth, Wireless)
Tennis Courts
Toilet Refurbishment
$25,000
420,000
3,200,000
739,500
805,000
40,000
18,500
48,000
350,000
86,000
264,300
220,000
289,380
2,120,000
424,000
477,000
145,750
2,002,000
171,720
284,400
26,500
78,440
450,500
TOTAL H. FRANK CAREY RENOVATIONS
$12,685,990
New Hyde Park Memorial High School
Areas of Refuge
Asbestos Abatement Crawl Space
Athletic Field – Inside Existing Track
Athletic Field – Soccer/Baseball with Sod & Bleachers
Auditorium Renovation
Doors
Drainage – Exterior
Drinking Fountains
Exhaust Fans
Exit Lights
Fencing – New Wood Railing in Front of Building
Fitness Rooms/Wrestling Room Refurbishment
Flooring – VCT Carpet
Guidance Relocation
Heating & Ventilation
Masonry Restoration
Music Rooms Refurbishment
Parking Lot Paving/+10 Additional Spaces
Press Box
Roof Reconstruction
Science Rooms
Security & Cameras
Special Education – Home & Careers
Technology Infrastructure (Fiber, Internet Bandwidth, Wireless)
Toilet Refurbishment
TOTAL NEW HYDE PARK RENOVATIONS
$25,750
527,360
1,390,500
687,000
1,035,150
18,500
30,000
4,000
350,000
86,000
140,625
200,000
150,000
350,000
2,000,000
100,000
150,000
337,960
137,500
2,160,000
50,000
277,500
126,000
25,000
525,000
$10,883,845
Sewanhaka High School
Areas of Refuge
Art Rooms
Asbestos Abatement Crawl Space
Athletic Field – Inside Existing Track
Athletic Field Relocation
Auditorium Renovation
Basketball (Exterior)
Doors
Drinking Fountains
Electrical Panel Upgrades
Exhaust Fans
Exit Lights
Fire Detection System
Heating & Ventilation
Library – Move to Vacated 3rd Flr. Cafeteria
Locker Room Refurbishment
Music Room Move to Library
Roof Reconstruction
Security & Cameras
Stair Treads
Technology Infrastructure (Fiber, Internet Bandwidth, Wireless)
Toilet Refurbishment
TOTAL SEWANHAKA RENOVATIONS
$25,000
435,000
706,580
1,596,500
957,900
741,600
39,140
252,350
38,625
283,250
315,000
50,000
195,000
3,392,000
636,000
397,500
53,000
1,387,900
289,275
148,400
26,500
318,000
$12,284,520
RENOVATIONS:
Elmont Memorial High School
Areas of Refuge
Art Rooms
Asbestos Abatement Crawl Space
Athletic Field – Inside Existing Track & Regrade Baseball Field
Auditorium Renovation
Doors & Windows
Drinking Fountains
Exhaust Fans
Exit Lights
Fencing
Flooring
Guidance Suite Relocation (across from Main Office)
Gymnasium Ceiling
Heating & Ventilation
Home & Careers
Library – Extend Library
Masonry Restoration
Parking Areas & Driveway
Roof Reconstruction
Security & Cameras
Technology Infrastructure (Fiber, Internet Bandwidth, Wireless) 25,000
Tennis Courts
Toilet Refurbishment
$25,000
476,000
510,000
1,442,000
1,035,150
39,055
19,313
385,000
88,580
82 s400
185,400
432,600
329,600
1,884,900
126,000
125,000
98,000
350,000
1,100,000
282,375
TOTAL ELMONT RENOVATIONS
$9,578,873
87,500
450,000
Alva T. Stanforth Fields
Baseball, Softball & Soccer Field Upgrades
(including regrading, irrigation, dugouts,
warning track, outfield fence, bleachers
and scoreboard).
$1,545,000
TOTAL ATS FIELDS RENOVATIONS
$1,545,000
 The referendum will authorize, but not require, the District to
issue up to amount of debt of $86,606,691 to fund the list of
specified projects.
 The approved projects will be carried out and financed in phases
over a period of three to four years.
 The District will issue debt to fund the projects at a series of
competitive sales over a period of approximately three to four
years, ensuring that it secures the lowest possible interest rates.
 Approximately 47% of the principal and interest on the debt
issued to fund the projects will be paid by New York State in the
form of state building aid. This percentage will depend upon
State approval of the proposed projects.
Bond Vote – Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Voting takes place in the local elementary
school election districts
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