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  • In January 2020, Blue Valley voters endorsed a $186,835,000 bond election 73.8 percent to 26.2 percent. The no tax rate increase bond will reinvest in facilities and technology, reinforce school safety and reimagine learning environments and programs that will benefit students and staff for years to come.


  • In planning for Bond 2020, there was a desire to meet the needs of students more rapidly than in the past. A new construction management approach was utilized to complete projects over a shorter timeframe with the goal of being able to respond more quickly to an ever-changing educational landscape. As Blue Valley nears the end of bond project, go behind the scenes to see how some of the projects have progressed and impacted students and schools across the district. 

  • Projects scheduled for summer 2023 and beyond include flexible learning environments at Timber Creek Elementary and Wolf Springs Elementary, renovations at Blue Valley Academy and GEAR and updates to middle schools family and consumer science classrooms across the district.


  • An important part of the 2020 Bond is our oversight committee that monitors and advises administration and the board on large facility improvement projects. The Finance and Operations Committee is comprised of Board of Education members, community members and district administration.

    The committee will actively monitor the bond to:

    • Review bids and purchases requiring board approval.

    • Review school design concepts and budgets for new buildings and major renovations.

    • Advise the board on construction and facility-related issues.

    More information about the Finance and Operations Committee, including meeting dates and documents, is available on the district website.

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