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Bond Information

Official Jordan District Bond Information Webpage

Dear Parents and Employees of Jordan School District, Due to unprecedented growth in the communities we serve, Jordan School District is now facing a critical shortage of classroom space.  With the children of these communities in mind, the Jordan Board of Education authorized the District administration to begin preparations for a $495 million bond election to be held Nov. 5, 2013.  This decision follows a comprehensive study of projected growth over the next 20 years, multiple town hall meetings, and feedback from thousands of residents who participated in a recent growth survey. The bond issuance will meet growth needs in the District for the next five years.The bond provides:

- 8 new elementary schools
- 2 new middle schools
- 1 new high school
- 1 reconstructed elementary school
- 1 reconstructed middle school
- Property needed to build schools until the year 2018
- Numerous District-wide renovation projects for student safety
- Air conditioning for all schoolsThe Board of Education selected projects based on four governing factors:
1. Student Safety
2. Student Housing Needs
3. Critical Repairs for Existing Schools
4. The Responsible Use of Allocated Funds_________________________________________________________Bond at a GlanceBond Amount:
- $495 MillionTax Impact:
- A maximum increase of $10 per month for each $100,000 of home value. (Approx. $0.84 per day on an average home)Bond Use:
- 13 New Schools
- Property for Future growth
- Renovation of older schools
Jordan District Bond Information Video