SSSD 2019 Bond-Funded Projects
Learn how Steamboat Springs School District is preparing to serve its students in facilities and spaces that enhance learning.
On November 5, 2019, Steamboat Springs voters approved Measure 4C, a $79.5 million, 20-year bond measure to fund investments in all existing SSSD schools and a new PK–8 school in the Steamboat II neighborhood.
The 2019 bond is moving Steamboat Springs School District toward permanent solutions for facilities and programs that will allow us to preserve our community’s commitment to exceptional education.
2019 bond-funding will...
- Add a 9,000 square foot addition to Steamboat Springs High School
- Move students and their teachers out of exterior modular trailers and back into their building at Soda Creek Elementary School
- Maintain small class sizes K-12
- Expand contemporary program environments for multisensory and interactive learning
- Alleviate capacity now and build for the future with a new 520-capacity school for students in preschool–grade 8 at Steamboat II
- Bring preschool back into the elementary schools
A Message from Superintendent Brad MeeksNovember 2019
We finally have our answer! After 40 years, Steamboat Springs School District is getting a new school and adding to its capacity to serve students. Albeit close, voters approved all three Steamboat Springs School District measures (4A, 4B, and 4C), choosing to invest in Steamboat’s future by giving our schools the space necessary to serve our students well and expand the programs and services that will prepare them for success.