Facilities


Facilities

The Banning Unified School District Facilities Department coordinates construction at all school facilities. This includes new construction and improvements to existing facilities as well as upgrades and modernization of older facilities. As the district moves into the 21st century new demands and population growth are driving the need for additional school campuses across the pass area.


Contact Info:
Kookie Williams
Phone - (951)922-4049
Fax - (951)922-2765
Email -
kwilliams@banning.k12.ca.us

“… I endeavor to create an atmosphere in which my students can learn… “ ~~Albert Einstein~~

Measure "M" - November 2016 Election

BANNING USD MEASURE M

 

The Banning USD Board of Trustees has placed Measure M on the November 8, 2016 Presidential General Election ballot. If approved, Measure M will make $25.5 million available, through the sale of general obligation bonds, to fund the construction of career technical education classrooms and learning spaces, a performing arts building, and security improvements at Banning High School.

Bond monies from Measure R were fully expended at the completion of the tennis courts and concession stand at Banning High School in 2014. Measure M will allow the District to continue improvements of our facilities, to give our students increasingly better opportunities.
 
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Current Developer Fees

As of August 29, 2016, the fee adjustment according to the Statutory School Fees Report dated June 15, 2016 is in effect.
 

Residential development:            $3.48 per sqft

Room additions 500 sq ft +:        $3.48 per sqft

Commercial:                               $0.56 per sqft.

Commercial Hotel/Motel:             $0.56 per sqft.

 
 
 

Upcoming Project

PROPOSITION 39:

                $219,507 for year 1 -

Proposition 39 was passed by voter initiative in November 2012 and established a $550 million "Clean Energy Job Creation Fund" for the span of 5 years. For fiscal year 2013/14, California's Legislature appropriated revenue through SB 73. The allocation for Banning USD is $219,507, $130,000 of which can be used for planning. Before the District can come up with a viable plan, an audit of our facilities must happen

                Free State Audit (CCC) -

The California Conservation Corps, Energy division received an allocation from the Fund to perform energy surveys, etc., for public schools. On May 16, 2014 our District application for their free services was accepted, and CCC began the audits September 2015

            OpTerra Energy Services -
 
                        April 29, 2016, the District contracted with OpTerra to assess the State Audit Reports and develop a program wherein recommendations for best use of Prop 39 will be presented and carried out, pending District District  approval of the program. They have completed initial site walks, Utility Data Analysis (UDA), outlined possible solar layouts, and are conducting a comprehensive lighting audit. The District will meet with them again in September for their final recommendations                   

Facility Files

         AppCertofCompliance
            Application For Certificate Of Compliance
         Boundary map
            Banning Unified School District boundary map