SMART PROGRAM UPDATE

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The SMART Program is an $800 million bond that provides critically needed funding for Broward County Public Schools. SMART addresses elements of Safety, Music & Art, Athletics, Renovations, and Technology at schools across the District.

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A process chart that shows all 6 phases starting with project planning and ending with construction closeout. Your school is in Design Project.

The Renovations element of the SMART Program largely focuses on improving schools and the educational experience of students. A six-step process is put in place to ensure that all Primary Renovation projects are completed efficiently. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is in the Design phase of its Primary Renovations. Construction drawings are being prepared, and soon a contractor will be hired to begin on-campus improvements.

ENHANCEMENTS UNDERWAY:

  • Art room renovation & Equipment
  • Bldg envelope improvements (roof, window, ext. wall, etc.)
  • HVAC improvements
  • Fire alarm
  • Music room renovation
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As part of the School Choice Enhancement Program (SCEP), schools are allocated $100,000 to spend at their discretion. Common uses of the funds include laptops, golf carts, projectors, and classroom furniture for students and teachers.

Laptops

IN PROGRESS

A kick-off meeting is being scheduled so the school can begin developing a ballot for parents and staff to vote on how to spend the SCEP funds.
SAFETY: SPE Complete, MUSIC & ART:239 Items Delivered, ATHLETICS: Weight Room Complete, RENOVATION: In Design, TECHNOLOGY: 1,504 Items Delivered
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