Flint Community Schools Renovation Updates

School Renovations and Infrastructure Updates

Flint Community Schools Renovations and Infrastructure

We are committed to keeping you updated every step of the way and invite you to be an active part of this exciting journey.

Together, we are not just renovating buildings; we are building a brighter future for our scholars, our staff, and our school communities.

School renovations and infrastructure updates detail current and planned renovation projects, including their timelines and objectives. These updates are intended to keep our community well-informed about the ongoing efforts to improve and modernize our school facilities, with a primary focus on enhancing the learning environments for our scholars and providing our staff with the resources they need to deliver the best educational experience.

These renovation projects are not just about physical improvements; they are a testament to our commitment to creating inspiring and safe spaces conducive to learning and growth. From upgrading classroom technologies to revamping communal areas, every aspect of the renovation is designed with the future of education in mind.

Key objectives of these renovations include:

  • Enhancing Learning Environments: Upgrading classrooms with new technologies and resources to support innovative teaching and learning practices.

  • Improving Accessibility: Ensuring that all areas of our schools are accessible to every student and staff member, aligning with our commitment to inclusivity and equal opportunity.

  • Safety and Security Upgrades: Implementing the latest safety measures to ensure a secure learning environment for all our scholars and staff.

  • Energy Efficiency and Sustainability: Incorporating eco-friendly designs and materials to reduce our environmental impact and foster sustainability within our community.

  • Community Spaces: Creating and improving areas where students, staff, and the community can gather, collaborate, and engage in educational and extracurricular activities.

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Flint Community Schools Renovations and Infrastructure

Transformative Renovations

Flint Community Schools - Doyle Ryder Renovations

Flint Community Schools - Brownell Elementary New Playground and Cube Project

Brownell-Holmes Cube

The presentation below (link box) has combined North Flint Campus Expansion work including Site Work, EC Work, and Cube Exterior & Interior Work. The last 4 to 5 slides have renderings giving a 3D visual idea of the cube project, check it out!

Bids - Requests for Proposals

Flint Community Schools invites vendors and service providers to participate in a competitive bidding process through a series of open Request for Proposals (RFPs). This initiative is an excellent opportunity for businesses to contribute to the enhancement of our educational environment. Interested parties are encouraged to carefully review and adhere to the guidelines and deadlines of each RFP.

We encourage interested parties to review the details of each RFP and submit their proposals in accordance with the specified guidelines and deadlines.

Construction Updates

ESSER Transparency

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds as part of the American Rescue Plan Act (referred to as ESSER III funds) Reporting

The Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 (FFATA), Public Law 109-282, as amended by the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act), Public Law 113-101 requires that, on a monthly basis, Federal prime grant recipients report on subawards made that equal or exceed $30,000. Federal Prime recipients of ESSER I, ESSER II, ARP ESSER, GEER I, GEER II, EANS I or ARP EANS funds must comply with the FFATA reporting requirements.

ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY In keeping with accountability, transparency, and reporting requirements, any and all portions of a district’s ESSER application and reports on the use of funds may be publicly posted.

School districts, county offices of education, and charter schools, collectively known as Local Education Agencies (LEA), that receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act, referred to as ESSER III funds are required to develop a plan for how they will use their ESSER III funds.

Pubic Notices

Flint Community Schools regularly publishes public notices to maintain transparency with families, staff, and community members. These notices include significant developments, decisions, and events within the district. The notices can be accessed through the Flint Community Schools website, which provides updates on various matters affecting the school community. For more detailed and specific information, you can visit the document section and review their announcements and updates directly.