for Success Program
The Building for Success Program, authorized under the passage of Proposition U & C, includes modernization and expansion of sixteen elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and one continuation high school in the Poway Unified School District. Some of the key aspects of the program are to optimize state school facilities program funds, minimize learning disruption, and maintain safety and quality standards.
Proposition U schools completed include: Midland Elementary, Westwood Elementary, Tierra Bonita Elementary, Garden Road Elementary, Painted Rock Elementary, Twin Peaks Middle, and Los Penasquitos Elementary Schools. The first phase of Chaparral Elementary School is complete, and includes a new ten-classroom building, technology and playground upgrades. Phase III construction at Poway High and Mt. Carmel High Schools are complete.
Completed technology and playground upgrades include: Sundance Elementary, Sunset Elementary, Turtleback Elementary, Rolling Hills Elementary, Deer Canyon Elementary, Canyon View Elementary, and Morning Creek Elementary Schools
Proposition C schools completed include: Abraxas High, Chaparral Elementary School, Valley Elementary, Rolling Hills Elementary, Black Mountain Middle, and Meadowbrook Middle Schools. Pomerado Elementary, Sundance Elementary, Sunset Hills Elementary, Turtleback Elementary, Deer Canyon Elementary, and Canyon View Elementary Schools.
Schools in the design process include: Morning Creek Elementary, Bernardo Heights Middle, and Rancho Bernardo High Phase II Schools.
The complete modernization and new construction program for the 24 schools in the program is projected to be finished in approximately 2010.