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Frequently Asked Questions



  1. What is currently happening with Measure G?   We are currently in the design stage of projects, Aedis Architects and Salas O’Brien Mechanical Engineers have been hired to design new roofing and HVAC upgrades at all of the NUSD sites.  Wired and wireless infrastructure upgrades were completed in 2014.  Upon completion of these infrastructure upgrades, surveillance cameras were added to all sites.  In addition, the paving at the playgrounds of all elementary schools was completed.  Exterior lighting is also being upgraded at the high school.
  2. What projects are going to be done?  Through the assessment process, priority projects were identified at each campus. The majority of the facility issues involve leaky roofs and outdated mechanical systems. There is also a high need for improved phone, security, and technology systems.  The goal is to get the most value for dollars spent and to create a classroom environment where students and teachers are only focused on learning in a comfortable building environment.
  3. When will the projects start?  The timeline for the overall completion of the Measure G Bond Program is 5 years.  With improved classroom environments a priority, HVAC units from 1991 are being replaced, and a new Energy Management System (EMS) was installed in late 2014.  This will give more control of the temperature and climate control in the classrooms.  The majority of projects will be completed over the summer months.
  4. How are the funds being spent?  The funds are being spent on projects that have been identified as priorities to the district and school staff, e.g. new roofing, HVAC upgrades, paving, and lighting projects, to name a few. 
  5. When will the project be complete? All work will be complete within 5 years.
  6. Will there be any disruptions to the school?  The majority of the construction work will be during the summer months. Any disruptions will be kept to a minimum.
  7. How will this affect my student?   Your student will be affected in a positive way!  They will gain an improved comfortable learning environment with focus completely on education and not building issues.  Noise and dust will be kept to a minimum for any activities during school hours. The majority of the construction will be in the summer months when school is on break.
  8. How can I find out more information?  The best way to get information is via the Measure G webpage.  If you have specific questions or need more information, please email Robert Sands at robert.sands@vanir.com or call 510-818-4103.