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Board Measure 4E Approved by Voters

Harrison School District Two’s Board of Education voted unanimously to place a $180M bond proposal on the November 2018 ballot. The last bond in Harrison School District Two was approved by voters in 2001. The District has made all other capital improvements, upkeep and renovations out of the General Fund and using BEST Matching Grants from the state of Colorado. The proposed bond would include the following:

  • Providing improvements and renovations to all existing schools and facilities
  • Improving security, safety, technology, and ADA compliance at all schools and for all students
  • Expanding Soaring Eagles Elementary School and Sand Creek International Elementary turning each into k-8 schools
  • Building a new up-to-date facility for Carmel Middle School

HSD2 will form a Bond Spending Plan Oversight Committee pending passage of 4E on Election Day. The committee will tentatively consist of four community members and three staff. An application process will be in place the day after the election. Committee Duties:

  • Attend four meetings per year
  • Be familiar with the D2 Bond Spending Plan
  • Monitor Bond Spending Plan progress
  • Provide advice regarding Bond project modifications
  • Participate in periodic public briefings to inform the community about implementation progress

Read the Harrison Bond Spending Plan booklet and see how each school would benefit.

Notice of Financial Information

Signed Resolution 


View The Gazette's coverage of the bond.

Watch the Aug. 30 Board of Education meeting.