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 Lincoln High School Addition and Modernization

Lincoln High School presented an Addition and Modernization Project plan using Measure A funds to increase student capacity while focusing on the key updates needed to transform the school. “We are excited to have a new look that matches our motto of ‘Building Greatness.’ We are cutting edge in our approach to education and it will be amazing for our school campus to align with the culture that is already established at our school,” stated Jay Berns, Lincoln High School Principal.

Lincoln High School finalized their plans to give students a common quad area and a distinctive new look which includes a new front entrance, among other updates. The planning process started last summer and construction of new buildings will begin November of this year.  

To date, Lincoln High School has completed the following improvements:

  • Four portable classrooms including one student/staff restroom were installed at the northern area of the campus.
  • Plans and specifications were submitted and approved by the Division of the State Architect (DSA).
  • Six portable classrooms were relocated to north section of school in preparation of construction.
  • Request for proposals were advertised for the construction Lincoln High School Addition and Modernization Project.
  • The Bid for the Addition and Modernization project was October 11th.
  • At the October 18th Board Meeting, the project was Awarded  to the lowest and most responsible bidder: Flint Builders
  • Phase One construction began November 9th.
  • The Contractor and Facilities staff are working on the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan and State Water Resources Control Board permitting, prior to excavations and grading.
  • The visitor and staff parking areas have been designated and striped in the southeastern portion of the student lot for parking during construction.

Phase One of Lincoln High School includes:

  • Five new classrooms
  • Computer lab
  • Three counselor offices
  • Restrooms
  • Quad expansion and improvements
  • Modernization improvements to front entrance

Phase Two of Lincoln High School includes:

  • Stadium turf replacement
  • Track resurfacing
  • Walkway improvement
  • Relocate four additional portables for remaining quad improvements

The entire Lincoln High School Addition and Modernization project is scheduled for completion in December 2017 and will increase Lincoln High School’s student capacity to 2,068.

 
  
         High School at Twelve Bridges Update

The high school at Twelve Bridges is also in momentum. The remaining 32 acres purchased over by the Twelve Bridges Library is currently in escrow and projected to close in early spring 2017 for a total of 52 acres. After site approval, bids for architects will go out in fall 2017 and an architect will be selected before the end of 2017. Planned completion for the new high school at Twelve Bridges is 2021-2022.

  • Final parcel of property has been purchased
  • Three additional Architectural firms have been interviewed and selected to be a part of the district's Architect pool in preparation of the High School Design.
  • A Request for Proposal from each of the architectural firms in the pool will be issued soon for the High School design services.

WPUSD Measure A General Obligation BondsTop of Page

On   November   4,   2014,   the   electorate   of  Western   Placer   Unified   School   District   approved the $60,000,000 million Measure A  General  Obligation  Bonds, with  greater  than  55% of the  votes  in favor. The text of the ballot language was as follows:

"For the purpose of updating/replacing aging classrooms and support facilities, and instructional  technology needed for improved teaching, replacing portable classrooms, repairing/replacing roofs, wom­ out floors, electrical systems, seismic upgrades and improving energy efficiency to save money and support instruction within the District"

The District's Board of Trustees developed the Bond Project List for Measure A

On June 4, 2015 the District issued General Obligation Bonds, Series 2007, totaling $20,000,000. The bonds bear interest at rates ranging from 3.00% to 5.00% and are scheduled to mature through June  2041.

The financial activity related to the Measure A General Obligation Bonds is recorded within the District's Financial Activity Report for Fund 21 (Building Fund) in the District's audited financial statements for the year ended June 30, 2015.

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Measure A SignsTop of Page

New signs are up at the Lincoln Highs School site and the site of the New High School coming to Twelve Bridges, to keep our community up to date on whats happening with the Measure A Bonds! Keep an eye out for them!