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Welcome to the Summit School District Facilities Master Plan Page

A Bright Future Begins Here: Join Us in Shaping Tomorrow

We invite you to explore our journey through this dedicated page, where we outline our strategic approach to creating future-forward learning environments. Discover our goals, engage with our planning process, and see how you can contribute to our success.

Mastering Our Future: The Facilities Master Plan

Launched in late 2021, our Master Plan is our roadmap to enhance every school building within the district. It focuses on educational adequacy, safety, community use of facilities, and the development of district employee housing.

Key process steps include Data-Gathering, Review of Guiding Principles, Community Feedback, and Implementation Planning.

Our strategic focus areas include Academic Success, Family and Community Partnerships, and an Equity Seeking System.


Proposed 2024 Bond Investment Priorities

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Provide the education that today’s students and our community will need for tomorrow’s jobs and careers, including Skilled Trades, Health Sciences, Computer Science, Business Marketing & Entrepreneurship, Engineering & Advanaced Manufacturing, Natural Resources & Outdoor Leadership and, Human Services & Education.

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Creating up to 100 units of affordable housing to be built on the former site of the Silverthorne Elementary School building in order to recruit and retain  staff and teachers.

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Perform critical building maintenance and replace outdated electrical, plumbing, and heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) components and continuing to improve safety and security in school buildings

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Continue the district’s commitment to academic excellence, safety, financial stewardship, and accountability

Strategic Priorities and Visionary Outcomes

Our commitment to maintaining high-quality learning environments is demonstrated through continuous improvements such as the 2016 Bond Initiative and ongoing assessments. Current priority projects include enhancing Breckenridge Elementary, developing exceptional learning facilities to support  and constructing employee housing.