The Alpine ISD School Board has engaged a group of taxpayers, parents and students to provide input on facility needs at the High School.  More than a dozen meetings of these citizens have been held over the past year and, based on their work, the Board may consider a bond election in May.  The top three concerns at the High School identified by this committee are safety and security; large capital costs anticipated to replace major building systems like HVAC, electrical and plumbing; and the size of instructional spaces. Potential options have been developed to address these concerns and we would like your opinion of the ideas in this short survey.

* 1. How do you feel about constructing a new high school classroom building?

* 2. How do you feel about expanding the existing agricultural and welding shop into the little gymnasium to provide more classroom space for agriculture and welding students to include restrooms and a dressing room?

* 3. If the agricultural and welding shop is expanded into the little gymnasium, do you support adding a regulation size gymnasium to the high school campus?

* 4. How do you feel about a renovation/addition to the band hall?

* 5. How do you feel about adding a dedicated student drop off lane at the elementary school?

* 6. Do you have any comments you would like to share about these potential projects?

* 7. What best describes your relationship with Alpine ISD? (Select all that apply)

* 8. Are you a registered voter in the Alpine Independent School District?