Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report

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1 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report Submitted to: Senate Education Committee Senate Finance Committee House Education Committee House Finance Committee Capital Development Committee By: Scott Newell Director, Division of Capital Construction February 2016 The Division of Capital Construction is staffed by the Colorado Department of Education. For more information, please contact Scott Newell 1580 Logan Street, Suite 310 , Denver, CO 80203 303 -866 -6717 [email protected]

2 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 2 Table of Contents 3 Executive Summary Section 1 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -111 (1)(a)(I) C.R.S. 5 -43.7 Section 2 t to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(a)(II) C.R.S. 6 - BEST Annual Report Pursuan Section 3 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(a)(III) & (IV) C.R.S. 18 Section 4 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -111 (1)(b) C.R.S. 104 -43.7 Section 5 - -43.7 -111 (1) (c) C.R.S. 111 BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 Section 6 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(d) C.R.S. 120 Section 7 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(e) C.R.S. 122

3 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 3 Executive Summary In 2008, the General Assembly of the State of Colorado enacted the “Building Excellent Schools Today Act” or “BEST”, in order to address the limited capacity for many Colorado public schools to renew , or replace rapidly deteriorating facilities with their own local resources. BEST grants are available to Colorado public school districts, charter schools, boards of cooperative services (BOCES), institute charter schools, and the Colorado School for th e Deaf and Blind. Funding is provided from the State Land Trust, Colorado Lottery spillover funds, recreational marijuana excise taxes, the applicants’ matching e BEST program monies, and interest accrued within the Assistance Fund itself. By providing these services, th hopes to meet students’ fundamental educational needs throughout the State of Colorado. No later than February 15, 2010, and no later than each February 15 thereafter, the BEST Board shall present a ce committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate, or any written report to the education and finan successor committees, regarding the provision of financial assistance to applicants pursuant 22 -43.7 -101. The report shall include, at a minimum: An accounting of the financial assistan ce provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: • A statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance awarded through the prior fiscal year, including statements of the amount of grants provided, and the amount of payments made and payments committed to be made but not yet made in connection with l ease -purchase agreements; • An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in connectio -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year; n with lease An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a list of the public e has been provided, including a brief school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistanc description of each project, a statement of the amount and type of financial assistance provided for each project and, where applicable, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet prov ided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project and, where applicable, the amount of matching moneys committed to be provided by the applicant but not yet provided for each project, and a summa ry of the reasons of the BEST Board and the State Board for providing financial assistance for the project; A list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistance has been provided during the prior fiscal year, including a brief description of each project, a statement of the amount and type of financial assistance provided for each project, and a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project; A summary of the findings and conclusions of any public school facility inspections conducted during the prior fiscal year; A summary of any differences between the common physical design elements and characteristics of the highest performing schools in the state and the lowest perfor ming schools in the state as measured by academic productivity measures such as the Colorado student assessment program created in part 4 of article 7 of this title or Colorado ACT results;

4 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 4 A list of the financial assistance applications for public school facility capital construction that were denied financial assistance during the prior fiscal year that includes for each project: • A brief project description; • A statement of the amount and type of financial assistance requested for the project; • A statement indicating whether or not the BEST Board recommended a financial assistance award for the project; A summary of the reasons why the BEST Board or the State Board denied financial assistance for the • project. An estimate, to the extent feasible, of the total amounts of revenues to be credited to the assistance fund during the current fiscal year and the next fiscal year and financial assistance to be awarded during the next ce to be awarded as cash fiscal year, including separate estimates of the total amounts of financial assistan -purchase agreements entered into pursuant to section 22 -43.7- 110 (2). grants and under the terms of lease

5 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 5 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(a)(I) C.R.S. Section 1 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance awarded through the prior fiscal year, including statements of the amount of grants provided, and th e amount of payments made and payments committed to be made but not yet made in connection with lease- purchase agreements . Lease-Purchase Financing Summary All BEST Projects Funded Summary State COP Total Grant State COP Payments Payments Payments Total Award & BEST Grant BEST COP District Made as of Committed as Made as of Award Finance Matching Matching BEST Award 6/30/15¹ 6/30/15 of 6/30/15¹ Series Contribution Summary Contribution Amount $103,988,243 FY0809 $81,051,614 $22,936,629 $95,453,170 2009A $31,440,493 $26,058,429 FY0910 $92,989,139 $51,970,640 $144,959,779 $118,926,203 2010 B & C $122,311,426 $31,541,776 $224,176,778 $71,517,025 $241,630,665 FY1011 $77,793,467 $276,839,330 2010 D,E,F $170,113,640 $31,893,621 $142,945,470 $42,560,486 $185,505,956 $169,600,186 2011 G $160,176,597 FY1112 $207,844,833 FY1213 $198,745,372 $103,866,661 $302,612,033 $240,732,576 2012 H $12,408,752 $73,177,166 $3,660,815 $116,241,524 2013I $110,379,093 $68,066,046 FY1314 $37,201,927 $26,516,938 FY1415 $41,389,897 $67,906,835 $5,011,199 2015 SUP² $0 $0 $800,412,298 $921,966,158 $914,854,203 $183,356,860 $356,570,306 $1,156,982,604 Total ¹Note: State COP Payments include principal and interest. Payments do not include the local share. Payments include applicable Federal subsidies as of June 2015. ²2015 Supplemental Finance Series funded one project using unexpended State Expense Funds from the 2010 B & C, 2010 D, E & F, & 2011 G financing series.

6 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 6 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -111 (1)(a)(II) C.R.S . -43.7 Section 2 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in agreements during the prior fiscal year. connection with lease -purchase FY2008- 09 BEST Funded Projects: DISTRICT STATE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & MADE AS OF MATCHING MATCHING BEST AWARD 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY COSTILLA CENTENNIAL R-1 New PK-12 School (Supplemental Grant) 6,166,320 $ - $ 6,166,320 $ 5,957,686 $ EL PASO EDISON 54 JT 189,240 $ 21,027 $ 210,267 $ 169,387 $ New ES Supplemental $ LAS ANIMAS 573,179 $ 152,364 Wastewater treatment plant 725,543 $ 311,437 $ HOEHNE 3 Junior/Senior High Renovation/Addition - LOGAN 4,286,904 3,922,517 $ 364,387 $ BUFFALO RE-4 $ 3,735,731 $ Supplemental Project District IAQ/Infrastructure Improvement MONTEZUMA DOLORES RE-4A $ 244,843 $ 775,335 $ 1,020,178 $ 219,888 Project Core Area Remodel, P.E. and Athletic Facilities MORGAN 1,344,112 $ WELDON VALLEY RE-20(J) $ 2,441,379 1,406,234 $ 1,035,145 $ Upgrade - Supplemental Project PROWERS 28,867 $ 12,371 $ Partial Roof Replacement (Supplemental) $ 26,242 $ HOLLY RE-3 41,238 Supplemental Final Phase to Districtwide Fire 1,761,214 PUEBLO CITY 60 1,497,032 $ 264,182 $ $ $ 1,347,527 PUEBLO and Security Supplemental to Districtwide HVAC ROUTT SOUTH ROUTT RE 3 $ 562,150 $ 562,150 $ 1,124,300 $ 562,150 Replacement with Renewable Technology Roofing and Repair Under Designed Structure SAGUACHE 65,436 101,680 106,764 $ $ $ 172,200 $ MOUNTAIN VALLEY RE 1 (Supplemental) 2 New Elementary Schools to Replace 3 ALAMOSA $ 36,789,403 ALAMOSA RE-11J $ $ 28,948,623 39,432,655 10,484,032 $ Elementary Schools ALAMOSA New PK-12 School 19,732,875 $ 4,176,375 SANGRE DE CRISTO RE-22J 23,909,250 $ 22,211,665 $ $ RIO GRANDE SARGENT RE-33J New Jr/Sr HS and ES Renovation 17,672,970 $ 5,023,825 $ 22,696,795 $ 22,676,262 $ Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project 81,677,330 66,354,468 COP Award s $ $ 19,684,232 $ 86,038,700 $ $ 14,697,146 $ 3,252,397 $ 17,949,543 $ 13,775,839 CASH Grant Awards $ Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 81,051,614 $ 22,936,629 $ 103,988,243 $ 95,453,170

7 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 7 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year. connection with lease BEST Funded Projects: FY2009- 10 STATE PAYMENTS DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & MADE AS OF MATCHING MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY DISTRICT ADAMS HS Roof Replacement 55,110 $ 18,370 $ 73,480 STRASBURG 31J 48,968 $ $ ADAMS Fire Code Upgrades 105,712 $ 35,237 $ 140,949 $ 20,975 $ STRASBURG 31J WESTMINSTER 50 $ 372,363 $ 117,588 ADAMS 489,951 $ 193,049 $ ES Roof Replacement 1,665,777 ADAMS 1,265,991 $ 399,786 $ HS Roof Replacement $ 929,115 $ WESTMINSTER 50 Reconstruction of Locker Room/Concession CAMPO RE-6 $ $ 1,253,558 $ 512,017 BACA 1,765,575 $ 1,007,565 Facility & Kitchen Addition BENT $ HS Fire Alarm Replacement 26,423 $ 114,882 $ 79,540 $ LAS ANIMAS RE-1 88,459 BENT VoTech IAQ Improvement 234,788 $ 70,132 $ LAS ANIMAS RE-1 $ 190,413 $ 304,920 BENT MS & VoAg Roof Replacement 388,773 $ 116,127 LAS ANIMAS RE-1 504,900 $ 284,209 $ $ BENT MCCLAVE RE-2 Renovate Existing Shop Into a Preschool 211,365 $ 124,135 $ 335,500 $ 145,077 $ 413,030 BOCES 404,769 $ 8,261 $ K-12 School ADA, Safety, & Security Upgrades $ 188,617 $ Pikes Peak BOCES Jr/Sr HS & ES ADA Restrooms and Door SOUTH CONEJOS RE-10 $ $ 226,526 $ 5,922 CONEJOS 232,448 $ 159,494 Replacements PK-12 IAQ Improvements/Boiler EL PASO 1,489,593 $ 1,748,653 $ CALHAN RJ-1 $ 3,238,246 $ 1,515,863 Repalcements CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHRT. $ EL PASO 133,721 $ K-4 Roof Replacement 149,157 $ 49,712 $ 198,869 ACADEMY EL PASO Fire Alarm Upgrades 269,923 $ 212,083 $ 482,006 $ 141,874 $ COLORADO SPRINGS 11 EDISON 54 JT 78,737 78,737 $ - $ EL PASO $ 74,914 $ New ES Supplemental Request Jr/Sr HS Ext Conc Stair Replacement, Modular EDISON 54 JT $ 146,340 $ 14,634 $ EL PASO 131,706 78,518 $ FA, ACM Abatement, Roof Repair HS Roof & Fire Alarm Replacement/ HS, ES & EL PASO $ $ 1,517,125 ELLICOTT 22 187,510 $ 1,704,635 $ 1,066,807 MS Security Cameras EL PASO Replace MS Fire Alarm 134,998 $ 33,750 HARRISON 2 168,748 $ 122,726 $ $ EL PASO HARRISON 2 Replace (2) ES Boilers 181,430 $ 45,357 $ 226,787 $ 164,936 $ EL PASO $ MS RTU Replacements 321,677 $ JAMES IRWIN CHRT. MIDDLE SCHOOL $ 428,903 $ 208,012 107,226 $ 31,239 EL PASO LEWIS-PALMER 38 ES Boiler Replacement 39,242 $ 49,944 $ 89,186 $ $ EL PASO 1,292,416 $ 11,631,745 New School 12,924,161 $ 1,230,873 $ THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY CHARTER ELBERT BIG SANDY 100J PK-12 Roof, Plumbing, & HVAC Repairs 8,421 $ 8,421 $ 16,842 $ 7,655 $ $ ELBERT Phase I Roof Replacement 17,443 $ 1,938 ELBERT 200 19,381 $ 15,857 $ 363,440 ELBERT ELIZABETH C-1 MS Roof Replacement 285,560 $ $ $ 649,000 $ 243,892 $ ELBERT 16,923 $ 27,611 Replace Districtwide Phone System 44,534 $ 16,549 $ KIOWA C-2 GARFIELD GARFIELD 16 HS Roof Replacement 136,252 $ 204,378 $ 340,630 $ 48,080 $ Roof Repair/Replacement, Boiler Repairs, 236,163 KIOWA $ 708,488 $ PLAINVIEW RE-2 $ 944,651 $ 599,250 Shop Windows/OH door LAKE 263,205 $ LAKE R-1 HS Roof Repairs/Replacements 348,939 $ 297,245 $ 646,184 $

8 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 8 BEST Funded Projects : 10 FY2009- (cont.) TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT STATE PAYMENTS MATCHING MATCHING MADE AS OF BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY LIMON Fire Alarm Upgrades 80,182 $ LINCOLN $ 131,446 $ 70,758 $ 51,264 MONTEZUMA MS IAQ & HVAC Upgrade 205,210 $ 250,812 $ 456,022 $ 181,033 $ MANCOS RE-6 $ MONTROSE RE-1J 56,013 $ 44,010 Districtside Security Cameras 100,023 $ 54,009 $ MONTROSE MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J ES Roof Replacement 107,800 $ 84,700 $ 192,500 $ 84,247 $ MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J 107,800 $ 84,700 $ 192,500 $ 70,166 $ MS Roof Replacement $ MORGAN 108,093 $ 46,326 Partial ES Roof Replacement 154,419 $ 94,970 $ WIGGINS RE-50(J) ROUTT Hayden Re-1 Emergency ES Fire Alarm 22,605 $ - $ 22,605 $ 20,550 $ 1,534,500 SEDGWICK 874,665 $ 659,835 $ HS HVAC Repairs and Renovations $ 868,463 $ JULESBURG RE-1 Relocate (2) 8,000 Gal Propane Tanks Away WOODLIN R-104 WASHINGTON $ 88,593 $ 37,969 $ 126,562 $ 88,593 From Playground YUMA $ 166,547 $ 306,438 $ YUMA 1 Partial MS & VoAg Roof Replacements 183,863 $ 122,575 11,387,070 DELTA $ 2,619,026 $ 8,768,044 $ 10,383,342 $ Major ES Renovation DELTA 50(J) DOUGLAS RE 1 HS Safety/Security Upgrades 1,795,500 $ 2,693,250 $ 4,488,750 $ 4,374,081 $ DOUGLAS EL PASO Colorado School for Deaf & Blind Historical Building Renovation 10,601,140 $ - $ 10,601,140 $ 9,315,571 $ $ EL PASO New ES 3,261,355 $ 10,327,623 FOUNTAIN 8 13,588,978 $ 13,421,676 $ EL PASO 17,590,273 MIAMI-YODER 60 JT Phase II of New PK-12 School 17,590,273 $ - $ $ 16,595,497 $ 150,379 OTERO ES Classroom Addition 1,353,412 $ SWINK 33 $ 1,503,791 $ 1,472,162 $ 28,962,529 $ PARK $ 30,120,764 PARK RE-2 New PK-12 Campus 15,060,382 $ 15,060,382 $ 246,791 $ Addition to K-8 School 5,922,975 $ ALTA VISTA CHARTER SCHOOL $ 6,169,766 $ 5,847,426 PROWERS CRESTONE CHARTER SCHOOL SAGUACHE New K-12 School 5,327,806 $ 726,519 $ 6,054,325 $ 5,890,363 $ $ 11,753,226 $ 11,848,655 SAN JUAN SILVERTON 1 Renovate Historical K-12 School 9,478,924 $ 2,369,731 $ Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ 79,159,811 $ 34,193,701 $ 113,353,512 $ 108,015,872 COP Award s 17,776,939 CASH Grant Awards 13,829,328 $ $ 31,606,267 $ 10,910,331 $ $ $ 118,926,203 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 92,989,139 $ 51,970,640 $ 144,959,779

9 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 9 through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the An accounting of the financial assistance provided aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in connection with lease -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year. Funded Projects: 11 FY2010- BEST STATE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT MATCHING MATCHING MADE AS OF BEST AWARD 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT COUNTY PROJECT DESCRIPTION $ 606,993 $ 151,748 MAPLETON 1 557,964 $ Restore Roofs at Multiple Sites ADAMS $ 758,741 ES Roof Replacement $ 420,720 ADAMS $ 553,579 282,475 $ WESTMINSTER 50 $ 132,859 WESTMINSTER 50 MS Roof Replacement $ 941,040 $ 297,171 $ 1,238,211 772,672 $ ADAMS ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J HS Stage Rigging Replacement $ 334,400 $ 105,600 $ 440,000 181,569 $ ARAPAHOE SHERIDAN 2 ARAPAHOE $ 813,781 $ 256,983 $ 1,070,764 777,840 $ ES Security Renovations to Control Access SHERIDAN 2 HS Security Renovations to Control Access $ 285,984 $ 1,191,602 860,736 $ ARAPAHOE $ 905,618 HS ACM Abatement and New Fire Sprinkler 1,010,881 $ 1,052,141 $ 2,063,022 ST VRAIN RE 1J $ BOULDER $ 1,010,881 SALIDA R-32 $ 185,833 $ 267,419 $ 453,252 131,038 $ CHAFFEE MS Roof Replacement NORTH CONEJOS RE-1J ES Partial Roof Replacement $ 240,240 $ 60,060 CONEJOS 150,709 $ $ 300,300 EL PASO HS Fire Separation and Fire Sprinkler $ 314,903 $ 257,648 $ 572,551 296,649 $ COLORADO SPRINGS 11 COLORADO SPRINGS 11 $ 232,650 $ 284,350 EL PASO $ 517,000 199,286 $ MS Fire Sprinkler EL PASO Ed Center/Alternative HS Intercom System $ 79,710 $ 19,928 $ 99,638 53,924 $ HARRISON 2 Roof Replacement $ EL PASO JAMES IRWIN MIDDLE CS 596,380 $ 655,280 $ 163,820 $ 819,100 GRAND WEST GRAND 1-JT $ 19,768 $ 46,126 $ 65,894 17,848 $ Fire Alarm Upgrade Enclosed Connecting Walkway Between 2 MARBLE CS $ 1,616,079 $ 177,769 $ 1,438,310 GUNNISON 152,415 $ Buildings HUERFANO HS ADA Upgrades $ 402,595 $ 164,440 $ 567,035 354,376 $ HUERFANO RE-1 ES & HS Roof Replacements/Bat & Pigeon LA VETA RE-2 $ 161,880 $ HUERFANO $ 223,549 $ 385,429 132,481 Dropping Abatement JEFFERSON R-1 State Required Waste Water Improvements $ 886,680 $ 1,330,019 $ 2,216,699 811,118 $ JEFFERSON LA PLATA IGNACIO 11 JT Asbestos Abatement at Multiple Facilities $ 25,228 $ 39,459 $ 64,687 19,407 $ LAKE LAKE R-1 MS Boiler Replacement $ 308,000 $ 242,000 $ 550,000 290,992 $ Fire Alarm Replacement at Multiple Sites LARIMER POUDRE R-1 526,866 $ 579,553 $ 680,344 $ 1,259,897 $ LAS ANIMAS TRINIDAD 1 $ 75,938 $ 50,625 $ 126,563 56,143 $ SUPPLEMENTAL Replace HS Exterior Doors TRINIDAD 1 $ 206,952 $ 124,171 $ 82,781 LAS ANIMAS 124,171 $ Upgrade HVAC to Provide Fresh Air LINCOLN Fire Alarm Upgrade $ 21,071 $ 27,931 $ 49,002 19,155 $ KARVAL RE-23 LINCOLN LIMON RE-4J HS RTUs Replacement $ 54,610 $ 30,718 $ 85,328 52,751 $ MONTROSE ES HVAC Upgrades $ 246,400 $ 193,600 $ 440,000 233,231 $ MONTROSE RE-1J MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J HS Partial Roof Replacement $ 46,200 $ 36,300 $ 82,500 41,549 $ MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J MS HVAC Upgrade $ 560,560 $ 440,440 $ 1,001,000 515,467 $ 29,212 $ OTERO EAST OTERO R-1 ES Fire Alarm Replacement $ 43,516 $ 7,084 $ 50,600

10 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 10 (cont.) : 11 FY2010- BEST Funded Projects DISTRICT STATE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & MATCHING MADE AS OF MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY ES Roof Replacement $ 175,477 OTERO $ 204,043 151,957 $ EAST OTERO R-1 $ 28,566 HS Gym/Pool RTUs & HVAC Controls OTERO $ 179,504 $ 29,222 $ 208,726 157,861 $ EAST OTERO R-1 Replacement OTERO MS Roof Replacement $ 185,704 $ 30,231 $ 215,935 153,544 $ EAST OTERO R-1 EAST OTERO R-1 Partial HS Roof Replacement OTERO $ 20,700 $ 147,857 107,684 $ $ 127,157 OTERO Replace Primary School Fire Alarm $ 43,516 $ 7,084 $ 50,600 38,770 $ EAST OTERO R-1 GUFFEY COMMUNITY CS $ 163,115 $ 15,997 $ 179,112 160,358 $ PARK Emergency Srtuctural & Roof Repairs MOFFAT 2 Replace Hardwood Gym Floor at PK-12 School $ 80,751 $ 49,493 $ 130,244 57,523 $ SAGUACHE OTIS R-3 $ 30,000 WASHINGTON $ - $ 30,000 27,521 $ District Master Plan SUPPLEMENTAL Campus Improvements, $ ADAMS 34,262,337 $ 22,031,271 MAPLETON 1 56,293,608 $ 55,886,222 $ Renovations, Additions CHAFFEE $ 31,168,581 $ 17,961,801 $ 13,206,780 HS Replacement SALIDA R-32 $ 29,895,073 6,264,901 MONTROSE $ 1,531,688 $ 4,733,213 $ 6,043,855 $ 6-8 Alternative School Facility Replacement VISTA CS LAKE GEORGE CS New PK-6 School 6,713,532 $ 969,550 $ 7,683,082 $ 7,415,264 $ PARK $ HOLLY RE-3 25,064,111 $ 3,417,833 New PK-12 School Facility 28,481,944 $ 26,653,726 $ PROWERS RIO GRANDE MONTE VISTA C-8 ES Addition/Renovation & HS Replacement 27,656,994 $ 4,502,301 $ 32,159,295 $ 31,024,135 $ $ ROUTT NORTH ROUTT CS SUPPLEMENTAL New K-8 Campus 3,186,671 796,667 $ 3,983,338 $ 3,983,291 $ $ SAGUACHE 26,759,322 $ 4,722,233 ES Replacement 31,481,555 $ 30,242,048 $ CENTER 26 JT $ AKRON R-1 Replace ES/JRHS & HS With PK-12 School 17,017,768 $ 7,084,651 $ 24,102,419 $ 22,928,641 WASHINGTON $ 214,072,255 $ 221,618,723 $ 63,017,995 $ 158,600,728 Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project COP Award s 20,011,942 CASH Grant Awards 11,512,912 $ 8,499,030 $ $ 10,104,523 $ $ 241,630,665 $ $ 71,517,025 $ 224,176,778 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 170,113,640

11 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 11 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the ag gregate amount of payments made in connection with lease -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year. FY2011- 12 BEST Funded Projects: STATE PAYMENTS DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & MADE AS OF MATCHING MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT DISTRICT COUNTY PROJECT DESCRIPTION ADAMS ES Roof Replacement 742,031 $ 91,711 $ 833,742 $ 571,279 $ ADAMS 14 ADAMS ES Roof Replacement 767,027 $ 94,801 $ 861,828 $ 645,860 $ ADAMS 14 $ ADAMS 14 1,420,677 $ 175,589 JrHS Roof Replacement 1,596,266 $ 1,170,508 $ ADAMS ADAMS BENNETT 29J HS RTU and Roof Replacement 246,181 $ 313,321 $ 559,502 $ 181,220 $ ADAMS STRASBURG 31J 79,756 $ 67,940 $ 147,696 $ 72,505 $ HS ACM Abatement & Carpet Replacement STRASBURG 31J $ 9,508 $ 8,100 ADAMS 17,608 $ 8,525 $ Replace Kitchen Floor $ ADAMS 449,046 $ 126,654 ES Roof Replacement 575,700 $ 288,631 $ WESTMINSTER 50 ARAPAHOE BYERS 32J PK-12 School Roof Replacement 555,039 $ 512,344 $ 1,067,383 $ 435,157 $ HS ACM Abatement and Partial Roof $ BOULDER ST VRAIN RE 1J 731,505 $ 702,817 $ 1,434,322 $ 557,594 Replacement COSTILLA SIERRA GRANDE R-30 Reroof a PK-12 School 803,531 $ $ $ 1,181,663 $ 701,514 378,132 $ $ 72,111 $ 176,000 $ 77,440 EL PASO COLORADO SPRINGS 11 Fire Alarm Replacement @ 2 ES 98,560 EL PASO HARRISON 2 181,565 $ 34,584 $ 216,149 $ 154,938 $ ES Boiler Replacement HARRISON 2 $ 206,328 $ 39,301 EL PASO 245,629 $ 166,688 $ ES Boiler Replacement $ EL PASO 1,113,816 $ 212,156 Replace Boilers at (3) ES 1,325,972 $ 891,786 $ HARRISON 2 EL PASO LEWIS-PALMER 38 MS Roof Replacement 420,497 $ 513,941 $ 934,438 $ 165,164 $ $ ELBERT 459,755 $ 634,899 Site Work and Roof Replacement 1,094,654 $ 391,883 $ KIOWA C-2 GARFIELD ROARING FORK RE-1 ES Roof Replacement 273,694 $ 486,567 $ 760,261 $ 185,978 $ 500,000 JEFFERSON ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEAF SCHOOL New PK-12 Deaf School 12,918,446 $ $ $ 13,418,446 12,835,898 $ LARIMER THOMPSON R-2J 496,650 $ 658,350 $ 1,155,000 $ 388,725 $ HS Roof Replacement BRANSON 82 $ 142,069 $ 275,781 LAS ANIMAS 417,850 $ 109,003 $ PK-12 School Roof Replacement $ MONTROSE 2,465,319 $ 304,702 PK-8 CS Renovation and Addition 2,770,021 $ 2,465,303 $ PARADOX VALLEY CS PHILLIPS HOLYOKE RE-1J ES & JrSr HS Renovations 537,666 $ 389,344 $ 927,010 $ 270,307 $ 1,694,147 PHILLIPS 982,606 $ 711,541 $ ES & JrSrHS Roof Replacements $ 828,211 $ HOLYOKE RE-1J HS Domestic Water Piping Replacement & EATON RE-2 WELD $ 149,688 $ 266,112 $ 415,800 $ 136,080 ACM Abatement YUMA $ 121,098 $ 54,494 $ 60,549 $ WRAY RD-2 MS Partial Roof and Exhaust Fan Replacement 66,604

12 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 12 BEST Funded Projects (cont.) : FY2011- 12 DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & STATE PAYMENTS MATCHING MATCHING MADE AS OF BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY ARAPAHOE ENGLEWOOD 1 MS Renovation & Addn to Convert to Alt HS 9,220,857 $ 8,176,986 $ 17,397,843 $ 16,178,223 $ BOULDER $ $ 5,067,762 916,982 K-8 CS Renovations and Addition $ 5,587,679 HORIZONS K-8 ALTERNATIVE CS $ 5,984,744 CONEJOS 1,197,335 21,929,352 $ 22,028,917 $ SANFORD 6J Major PK-12 Renovations 20,831,582 $ $ 12,240,332 $ 2,937,679 $ 9,302,653 New K-8 School EAGLE COUNTY CHARTER ACADEMY EAGLE $ 11,759,867 $ $ 18,525,085 ELLICOTT 22* Replace Existing MS 17,460,186 EL PASO 2,373,694 $ 19,833,880 $ $ $ $ 26,567,150 BIG SANDY 100J New PK-12 School 23,666,487 $ 2,900,663 $ 25,092,383 ELBERT LA PLATA $ 15,993,288 $ 9,099,431 $ 6,893,857 Renovation/Addition of (e) MS to Become K-5 IGNACIO 11 JT* $ 15,475,992 $ 16,263,553 $ 16,478,917 $ 3,457,066 $ 13,021,851 New PK-12 School PRAIRIE RE-11 WELD 3,870,029 YUMA $ 15,032,700 $ 15,032,636 $ 11,162,671 Major PK-12 Renovations/Replacement IDALIA RJ-3 $ 151,557,771 $ 34,929,865 $ 116,627,906 COP Award s Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ 145,844,770 $ Note: Ellicott and Igancio had additional funds added to * 26,317,564 $ CASH Grant Awards 7,630,621 $ 33,948,185 $ 23,755,416 $ their project (in August, 2012) to cover costs associated 142,945,470 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 42,560,486 $ 185,505,956 $ 169,600,186 $ $ with Davis-Bacon wage requirements

13 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 13 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in connection with lease -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year. 2-13 BEST Funded Projects: FY201 TOTAL AWARD & STATE PAYMENTS DISTRICT MATCHING MADE AS OF MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY ADAMS BRIGHTON 27J 626,790 $ 337,502 HS ACM Abatement $ 440,655 $ $ 964,292 HS Fire Sprinkler Replacement ARAPAHOE $ 393,853 ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J 1,396,386 $ 1,256,900 $ 1,790,239 $ VoAg Improvements $ 98,493 BYERS 32J ARAPAHOE 94,630 $ 85,743 $ $ 193,123 $ LOTUS SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE $ 20,422 $ 510,540 $ 445,562 490,118 ARAPAHOE Roof Replacement/Repairs; HVAC; Gym Floor Pikes Peak BOCES Replace Special and Alternative Needs School 11,930,727 $ 604,182 BOCES 12,534,909 $ 11,432,557 $ $ ES Roof and Boiler Replacement, Asbestos ST VRAIN RE 1J (BU) 932,527 $ 1,010,237 $ BOULDER $ $ 1,942,764 436,390 Removal, and Associated Finishes BUENA VISTA R-31 Replace Primary Wing of ES 2,297,581 $ 4,460,011 6,757,592 $ 2,145,328 $ $ CHAFFEE SALIDA R-32 (BU) 4,094,712 $ 9,554,328 ES Replacement CHAFFEE $ $ 13,649,040 $ 3,919,891 CROWLEY RE-1-J 630,306 $ 257,449 CROWLEY ES & HS Gym Roof Replacement 887,755 $ 537,396 $ $ Plumbing, Electrical, Science Lab, Roofing, DENVER 1 (BU) 3,813,816 $ 2,996,569 $ DENVER $ $ 6,810,385 3,418,242 and Auditorium Upgrades CALHAN RJ-1 (BU) Misc Safety and Security Upgrades 1,056,570 $ 1,144,616 $ 2,201,186 $ 934,156 $ EL PASO Re-Work Main Entry, HVAC Upgrade, Door CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHARTER 238,138 $ 372,473 $ EL PASO 610,611 $ 338,612 $ Replacement ACADEMY COLORADO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF - $ 741,581 Upgrade Lighting and Communication $ 741,581 $ 595,343 $ EL PASO AND THE BLIND COLORADO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF Partial Roof Replacement 360,609 $ - $ EL PASO 360,609 $ 186,940 $ AND THE BLIND EL PASO Replace (18) HS RTU & Control Upgrade 413,284 $ 61,755 JAMES IRWIN CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL 475,039 375,713 $ $ $ Update Fire Alarms in (3)-ES 209,654 $ 112,890 CANON CITY RE-1 (BU) FREMONT $ 322,544 $ 142,531 $ KIT CARSON ARRIBA-FLAGLER C-20 557,676 $ 313,692 HVAC Repairs and Upgrades 871,368 497,743 $ $ $ LAKE ES Mechanical Repairs 940,500 $ 709,500 LAKE R-1 $ 1,650,000 $ 641,717 $ Votech/Science Replacement, Safety / 6,089,670 MONTEZUMA $ 2,618,558 $ 3,471,112 $ DOLORES RE-4A $ 2,618,558 Security Upgrades & Classroom Addition & FT. MORGAN RE-3 HS Boiler Replacement and HVAC Upgrades 1,097,528 $ 274,382 $ 1,371,910 $ 988,232 $ MORGAN MORGAN ES & HS Roof Replacements 694,401 $ 243,979 $ 938,380 $ WIGGINS RE-50(J) $ 600,497 OTERO FOWLER R-4J (BU) Jr/Sr HS Fire Alarm Replacement 50,818 $ 22,831 $ 73,649 $ 43,429 $ $ PARK Roof Replacements 156,928 $ 333,473 $ 490,401 PARK RE-2 103,949 $ PITKIN ASPEN COMMUNITY CS Replace K-8 School 4,179,398 $ 4,906,249 9,085,647 $ $ 2,462,976 $ 1,620,340 PROWERS Boiler Replacements at (2)-ES & (1)-MS 1,782,374 $ 473,796 $ 2,256,170 $ LAMAR RE-2 $ WASHINGTON LONE STAR 101 PK-12 Roof, HVAC, Code Project 278,914 $ 401,365 680,279 $ 244,115 $ $ $ WELD MS Renovations 5,555,614 $ 5,128,259 $ 10,683,873 FT. LUPTON RE-8 5,387,653 $ YUMA LIBERTY J-4 (BU) PK-12 Roof Replacement 262,840 $ 362,970 227,077 625,810 $ $ $

14 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 14 (cont.) : FY2012- 13 BEST Funded Projects STATE PAYMENTS DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & MATCHING MADE AS OF MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY $ SHERIDAN 2 28,465,445 $ 29,501,939 $ ARAPAHOE Replace ECC and Renovate MS 23,011,513 $ 6,490,426 20,550,748 $ 3,374,635 $ 17,303,278 $ Replacement of Existing PK-12 School ELBERT 200 ELBERT 20,677,913 $ $ $ 17,022,165 $ 2,851,230 16,483,261 14,170,935 Replace ES & HS With New PK-12 School HI PLAINS R-23 KIT CARSON $ 26,504,603 $ 11,396,979 $ 15,107,624 HS Renovation and Addition LAKE R-1 LAKE $ 26,504,603 $ $ $ GENOA-HUGO C113 PK-12 Addition and Renovation 9,809,053 LINCOLN 6,609,572 16,418,625 $ 15,784,007 $ $ $ 42,082,107 MONTEZUMA 32,978,317 $ MONTEZUMA-CORTEZ RE-1 HS Replacement 22,724,338 $ 19,357,769 SEDGWICK $ $ 14,640,475 $ 15,042,216 4,869,512 $ 10,172,704 HS Renovation With ES Addition PLATTE VALLEY RE-3 $ 2,806,495 $ 19,750,106 $ $ 17,779,491 PK-12 School Replacement OTIS R-3 WASHINGTON 20,585,986 $ 8,177,991 29,207,113 $ 23,447,366 $ 21,029,122 Replace Existing MS GREELEY 6 (BU) WELD $ 217,042,667 $ 65,934,609 $ 151,108,058 COP Award s Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ 198,604,329 $ $ CASH Grant Awards 47,637,314 $ 37,932,052 $ 85,569,366 $ 42,128,247 240,732,576 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 198,745,372 $ 103,866,661 $ 302,612,033 $ $

15 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 15 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in -purchase agreements during the prior fiscal year. connection with lease FY2013- 14 BEST Funded Projects: DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & STATE PAYMENTS MATCHING MADE AS OF MATCHING BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT DISTRICT COUNTY PROJECT DESCRIPTION HS Security Improvements 33,506 $ Adams $ 77,922 $ 30,460 $ Strasburg 31J 44,415 Westminster 50 560,197 $ 106,704 $ 666,901 $ 476,315 $ ES Roof Replacement Adams 1,005,228 381,987 $ 623,242 $ K-8 Partial Roof Replacement $ - $ Arapahoe Byers 32J Littleton Academy ES/MS HVAC Upgrade & Roof Replacement 522,147 $ 588,804 $ $ $ 474,679 1,110,952 Littleton Delta 50(J) HS Partial Roof Replacement $ 69,181 $ 168,735 $ 32,935 $ Delta 99,553 Jr/Sr HS Roof Replacement 144,180 $ 59,114 $ Delta 50(J) $ 44,201 $ Delta 85,066 147,004 CIVA Charter Academy $ 61,742 $ 85,262 $ 77,511 $ El Paso HS RTU Replacements El Paso HS Boiler Replacement 1,331,437 $ 781,955 $ 2,113,393 $ 876,805 $ Colorado Springs 11 El Paso HS Roof Replacement 474,755 $ 557,321 $ 1,032,075 $ 423,488 $ Lewis-Palmer 38 $ Peyton 23 JT 174,225 $ 174,225 ES HVAC & Security Upgrade 348,450 $ 158,387 $ El Paso 766,611 $ 459,967 $ 306,644 ES Roof Replacement Elizabeth C-1 Elbert $ - $ Elbert Elizabeth C-1 608,760 $ 913,140 $ 1,521,900 $ - $ HS Roof Replacement North Park R-1 $ 79,393 $ 76,279 Jackson 155,672 $ 63,663 $ Entry Security Vestibule & Re-Key Doors $ Jackson 84,956 $ 81,624 Enclosed Corridor to Connect 2 Buildings 166,580 $ 80,910 $ North Park R-1 Jefferson Free Horizon Montessori PK-8 Roof/RTU/Site work Project 641,540 $ 345,445 $ 986,984 $ 583,218 $ $ Larimer 203,808 $ 220,792 ES Roof Replacement 424,600 $ 185,280 $ Thompson R-2J $ Valley RE-1 PK-12 Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade 554,510 $ 226,490 $ 781,000 $ 44,258 Logan Valley RE-1 Logan PK-12 Potable Water Storage and Treatment 304,590 $ 124,410 $ 429,000 $ 18,121 $ Moffat Moffat County RE:NO 1 79,987 $ 130,505 $ 210,493 $ 49,270 $ Renovation/Repair At 2 ES 105,248 Phillips 57,886 $ 47,362 $ District Wide Security Upgrade $ 52,624 $ Holyoke Re-1J SUPPLEMENTAL HVAC Upgrades @ 2 ES & 1 Lamar RE-2 204,067 $ 723,511 $ Prowers $ 927,578 $ 495,535 MS Washington Lone Star 101 PK-12 Water Treatment System 33,558 $ 37,842 $ 71,400 $ 26,790 $ 274,637 Weld Security Upgrades @ 6 Schools 135,269 $ Gilcrest RE-1 $ 409,906 $ - $ $ 74,630 $ 1,924,271 Greeley 6 $ 423,340 $ 1,500,931 HS ACM Abatement Weld

16 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 16 FY2013- BEST Funded Projects (cont.) : 14 TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT STATE PAYMENTS MATCHING MATCHING MADE AS OF BEST AWARD CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION 6/30/15 AMOUNT COUNTY DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION $ MINERAL K-12 School Replacement 8,683,253 7,462,907 CREEDE 1 16,146,160 $ 10,344,721 $ $ 10,640,454 $ 2,717,118 $ 7,923,336 Renovation and Addition to PK-12 School KIM 88 LAS ANIMAS $ 5,669,776 $ 6,973,015 LINCOLN 15,801,253 $ 25,019,362 $ $ $ 18,046,347 New PK-12 School and Gym Renovation LIMON RE-4J 16,677,670 PK-12 School Replacement MOFFAT 2 SAGUACHE $ 4,552,677 $ 12,124,993 $ 12,011,378 $ $ PHILLIPS 3,253,084 $ 3,385,862 K-12 Renovation and Addition 6,638,946 $ 6,492,292 $ HAXTUN RE-2J $ SOUTH CONEJOS RE-10 PK-12 School Replacement 14,082,673 $ 5,477,745 $ 19,560,418 $ 13,477,545 CONEJOS $ 94,683,010 $ 30,569,324 $ 64,113,686 COP Award s Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ 63,796,964 $ CASH Grant Awards 9,063,480 $ 6,632,603 $ 15,696,083 $ 4,269,081 68,066,046 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 73,177,166 $ 37,201,927 $ 110,379,093 $ $

17 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 17 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a statement of the aggregate amount of financial assistance provided as grants and the aggregate amount of payments made in ements during the prior fiscal year. -purchase agre connection with lease BEST Funded Projects: 15 FY2014- DISTRICT STATE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & MATCHING MADE AS OF BEST AWARD MATCHING CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION PROJECT DESCRIPTION 6/30/15 DISTRICT COUNTY AMOUNT STEM Partial Roof Replacement 354,344 $ 226,548 $ 580,892 $ - ADAMS ADAMS 12 $ STRASBURG 31J 57,507 $ 82,755 $ 140,262 $ - $ ADAMS HS Electrical Upgrades Fairview ES Roof Replacement 591,527 $ 106,475 $ WESTMINSTER 50 $ - $ ADAMS 485,052 759,593 WESTMINSTER 50 $ 136,727 $ 622,866 $ - $ ADAMS Hidden Lake HS Roof Replacement ALAMOSA RE-11J Ortega MS Roof Replacement 2,608,859 $ 652,215 $ ALAMOSA $ 537,345 $ 3,261,074 ARAPAHOE Aurora Central HS Partial Roof Replacement 826,662 $ 169,316 $ 995,979 $ - $ ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J Dartmouth ES Misc. Repairs $ 373,935 $ 2,199,615 $ - $ ARAPAHOE 1,825,680 1,262,132 SHERIDAN 2 $ 164,077 $ 1,098,055 $ 83,614 $ ARAPAHOE Sheridan HS Water Line Replacement LAS ANIMAS RE-1 JHS/HS Safety Upgrades 170,074 $ 80,035 $ 250,108 $ - $ BENT CHAFFEE SALIDA R-32 246,512 $ 246,512 $ 493,023 $ 58,809 $ Salida MS HVAC SIERRA GRANDE R-30 $ 194,536 $ 119,232 COSTILLA 313,768 $ 12,933 $ PK-12 Security Upgrades $ CROWLEY 317,210 $ 178,431 Districtwide Security Upgrades 495,641 $ 2,988 $ CROWLEY RE-1-J 1,062,579 $ EL PASO EDISON 54 JT Jr/Sr HS Renovations 962,579 $ 100,000 $ - $ FREMONT CANON CITY RE-1 $ 86,979 $ 322,143 $ 80,850 $ MS Fire Alarm Replacement 235,164 Jr/Sr HS Fire Escape / ADA Upgrades 79,921 $ 18,000 $ LA VETA RE-2 $ - $ HUERFANO 61,921 661,792 ARRIBA-FLAGLER C-20 $ 277,953 $ 383,839 $ 9,976 $ KIT CARSON PK-12 Roof Replacement and Repair 320,534 Lake MS Roof Replacement 595,277 $ LAKE $ 915,811 $ 212,561 $ LAKE R-1 LARIMER MS Partial Roof Replacement 188,790 $ 462,210 $ 650,999 $ 166,993 $ ESTES PARK R-3 $ PLATEAU VALLEY 50 185,424 $ 185,424 PK-12 ACM Abatement / Carpet Replacement 370,849 $ 51,761 $ MESA MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J Oak Grove ES Roof Replacement 42,621 $ 40,949 $ 83,570 $ - $ $ MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J Montrose HS HVAC Upgrades 193,528 $ 185,938 $ 379,466 - $ MORGAN BRUSH RE-2(J) 471,864 $ 243,081 $ 714,945 $ 15,378 $ MS & HS Boiler Replacement $ EAST OTERO R-1 365,750 $ 40,639 $ 406,388 OTERO 22,796 $ Primary School Kitchen / MEP Upgrades Jr/Sr High School - Kitchen / MEP Upgrades / OTERO EAST OTERO R-1 $ 677,940 $ 75,327 $ 753,267 $ 40,368 HS Pool Roof Replacement Pueblo County HS Fire Protection / Safety PUEBLO RURAL 70 PUEBLO $ 3,281,589 $ 10,850,760 $ 14,132,349 $ 2,309,967 Upgrades $ FT. MORGAN RE-3 MS Replacement 24,936,252 $ MORGAN $ 36,029,140 $ 1,404,861 11,092,888 $ Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project COP Award s 24,936,252 $ 11,092,888 $ 36,029,140 $ 1,404,861 CASH Grant Awards $ 15,424,049 $ 31,877,694 $ 3,606,339 $ 16,453,645 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 41,389,897 $ 26,516,938 $ 67,906,835 $ 5,011,199 $

18 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 18 Section 3 - -43.7 -111 (1)(a)(III)&(IV) C.R.S. BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistance has been provided, including a brief description of each project, a statement of the amount and type of financial assistance provided for each project licable, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for and, where app each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project and, where applicable, the amount of matching moneys com mitted to be provided by the applicant but not yet provided for each project, and a summary of the reasons of the BEST Board and the State Board for providing . financial assistance for the project A list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistance has been provided during the prior fiscal year, including a brief description of each project, a statement of the amount and type of financial assistance provided for each project, and a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by . the applicant for each project 20 08 -09 Grant Projects BEST FY Alamosa School District RE -11J / Two New Elementary Schools Alamosa RE -11J has proposed a project that replaces three elementary schools with significant maintenance, health and safety needs with two new elementary schools on a single campus to serve the 977 elementary students in grades K –5. One will be a K –2 Elementary School building, and the other will be a 3 –5 Elementary School building. Alamosa RE -11J has proposed that the new campus be located in a separate location from the 3 current schools. The community passed a bond in November of 2008 to support the project. This project has been financed in connection with Lease -Purchase agreements as follo ws: Grant $27,501,592; District Contribution $10,484,032 / 28% & Davis Bacon $1,447,031. -22J / New PK -12 School Sangre de Cristo Re Sangre de Cristo Re -22J currently has two campuses. The Elementary School is located in Hooper and the Secondary School i s located in Mosca. The facilities at both campuses are need of major renovation to correct health, safety and security issues. The educational suitability at both campuses does not meet the districts programs and goals. This project would consolidate the two campuses into one centrally located PK -12 school. The community passed a bond in November 2008 for the matching funds to support the project. This project has been financed in connection with Lease 25; -Purchase agreements as follows: Grant $18,398,6 District Contribution $4,176,375 / 19% & Davis Bacon $1,334,250. Weldon Valley RE -20(J) / Core Area Renovation rd phase of a 3 The current project is the 3 -phase project. The first 2 phases including a new Jr/Sr High School and new Elementary School have been completed. The current proposed project includes a renovation of the core area of the school which includes an early 1900 building with administration and the gym and kitchen/cafeteria. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follo ws: Grant $1,406,234; District Contribution $1,035,145 / 42%.

19 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 19 Centennial R -12 School -1 / New PK All of Centennial R -1’s existing facilities are in poor condition with numerous health, safety, and security deficiencies. In 2007 CDE awarded the district a $5 million grant from the previous capital construction grant program and the community passed a $7 million bond to support a new PK -12 campus project with matching funds. Once the project went into design and bidding it was determined that $12 million wasn’t enough to st provide a high quality, high performing, 21 century school facility. The department worked closely with the design team, contractor, and school district develop a scope and budget for this grant application for ds. supplemental fun This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $6,166,320; District Contribution $0 / 0%. Edison 54JT / New Elementary School -12 school facility. In 2007 the district w as awarded a Edison 54JT has been operating in a 1922 overcrowded PK grant from the previous capital construction grant program to build a new elementary school and the community passed a bond to support the project with matching funds. The facility was completed and occupied in January of this year. Once the project was designed and bid it was determined that there wasn’t enough funding and some key components were eliminated. In addition the state fire marshal required that the facility be fire -sprinkled which created significant additional cost. This grant application for supplemental funds is to st provide enough funding to make the new school a high quality, high performing, 21 century school and make up the shortage of funding created by the fire sprinkler issue. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $189,240; District Contribution $21,027 / 10%. -4 / Jr/Sr High School Renovation Buffalo RE The district has proposed a High School renovation project including code, safety, energy upgrades, 2 additional classrooms, and a performance classroom. This is the second phase of a 2 -phase project that began with a new elementary school that has recently been completed and was funded with a grant from the previous capital construction grant program and bond proceeds from a 2007 bond election. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $3,922,517; District Contribution $364,387 / 8.5%. -3 / Partial Roof Replacement Holly RE The current project is a supplemental project to a previous roofing project which had insufficient funds to complete the gutters and downspouts. The lack of gutters and downspouts has caused damage to the building masonry and subsequent water leakage into the building. The additional gutters will help to divert the water so that it does not run along the building masonry. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $28,867; District Contribution $12.371 / 30%.

20 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 20 Pueblo 60 / Districtwide Fire Safety and Security Upgrades This is the final phase of a 5 -phase upgrade to fire alarm, fire sprinkler and security infrastructure in multiple schools throughout the district. This project would provide the devices and equipment to complete the project. The wiring and renovation has been completed in previous phases. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,497,032; District Contribution $264,182 / 15%. Sargent Re -33J / New High School y problems The district proposes to replace their existing high school which has many health, safety and securit st century High School. The project also includes some renovation in with a new high quality, high performing, 21 the Elementary School and a gym. The community passed a bond in 2008 to support the project with matching funds. This project has been financed in connection with Lease -Purchase agreements as follows: Grant $16,751,939; District Contribution $5,023,825 / 23% & Davis Bacon $921,031. South Routt Re 3 / Districtwide Coal Burning Boiler Replacement t to replace antiquated coal burning boilers and passed a bond for a matching In 2007 the district received a gran -exchange and bio -mass. Once the project contribution to the project. The new system is high performing geo went into design and a thorough engineering assessment was completed of the existing infrastructure it was determined there wasn’t enough funding properly execute the project and additional funding is required. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $562,150; District Contribution $562,150 / 50%. Mountain Valley Re 1 / Roofing Repair The district received a grant and provided matching funds from the previous capital construction grant program to re -roof the main school building. Once the funding was in place they hired a consultant to provi de bid specifications. The consultant discovered existing structural problems that make the building unsafe if there is 4” or more snow on the roof. This grant application is to correct the structural issues. This project has been awarded BEST Cash fund ing as follows: Grant $106,764; District Contribution $65,436 / 38%.

21 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 21 20 09 -10 Grant Projects BEST FY were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and Note: Seven of the projects below approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: • Mapleton 1’s ES/MS Roof & RTU Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Mapleton 1’s ES Roof Replacement • - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • Mapleton 1’s Skyview Campus Improvements/Addition and Renovation - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Deer Trail 26J’s Pool Building Renovation - did not have the matching funds to complete the project; • Garfield • ES Traffic/Pedestrian, Fire Alarm, Flatwork Repair Proj ect - did not have the matching funds 16’s to complete the project; • Trinidad 1’s HS Exterior Door Hardware Replacement - did not have the matching funds to complete the project; • -8 Charter School - unable to provide required match. North Routt Charter School’s New PK Edison 54 JT / New ES Supplemental Request Edison is requesting supplemental funding for the Edison Elementary School project. During the permit application process the State Fire Marshall’s office required that Edison add fire suppression to the p lan even though the code did not clearly require such a system. They are requesting a 0% match to pay for the outstanding owner’s costs and to help restore its capital reserves. They have maximized their bonding capacity. T Cash funding as follows: This project has been awarded BES Grant $78,737.00; District Contribution $0.00 / 0%. Campo RE -6 / Reconstruction of Locker Room/Concession Facility & Kitchen Addition In the winter of 2006, during a heavy snow storm, the Campo school gymnasium locker rooms and concessions building roof collapsed. The district has been operating without these facilities since this time. The district’s kitchen and dining area, which is operational, has many health and safety deficiencies and should be replaced. This project wi ll reconstruct the locker rooms and concessions area and provide the needed new kitchen and dining facilities. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant; $1,253,558.25; District Contribution $512,016.75 / 29%; with source of fu nding being their Capital Reserve Fund, Colorado School District Self Insurance Pool, DOLA. Lewis Palmer 38 / ES Boiler Replacement Palmer Lake Elementary School is operating with a boiler that is 4 years beyond its expected life and now continues to fai l and leak carbon dioxide. In addition, detectible combustible fumes and gaseous odors are present. The project is to replace and install a new low mass/ high efficiency boiler system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 39,241.84; District Contribution $49,944.16 / 56% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Funds.

22 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 22 The Classical Charter Academy / New Elementary School Currently The Classical Academy (TCA) has 800 students displaced to 4 different schools in Acad emy School District 20 due to mold growing in their modular classrooms at the TCA East Elementary School. The TCA Board of Directors voted to build a new school rather than spend an excessive amount on cleaning out the modulars. They have partnered with the Pikes Peak Community College to provide a joint campus to build a new ES facility for TCA. Pikes Peak Community College will utilize some of the classroom space. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,292,416.10; Charter Contribution $11,631,744.90 / 90%; with source of funding being their own bonds. Las Animas RE -1 / VoTech IAQ Improvement -1 school districts’ VoTech building indoor air quality (IAQ) is poor and lacks the required The Las Animas RE ure to keep shop fumes from entering classroom areas. There are five welding booths which have positive press exhaust ducts at each station, however the exhaust fan is non -operational. The existing ventilation system is e IAQ. The building is in good condition and replacement of over 30 years old and needs replacement to provid the mechanical units will extend the buildings useful life. This project will provide a safe and healthy breathing environment in the VoTech building that meets current mechanical code, and suppo rts the this educational program for the students and community of Las Animas. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $234,788.40; District Contribution $70,131.60 / 23%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve. Calhan RJ -12 IAQ Improvements/Boiler Replacement -1 / PK The project is the first part of a phased project to upgrade an aging infrastructure and mitigate indoor air quality issues. The district has worked with an Energy Service Company (ESCO) that has deve loped a plan for a ground source heat pump system to replace the existing HVAC system. The design of the system will parallel the district receiving the state assessment data to help in identifying a future grant application that will be a holistic ion of the existing facility, and address current security issues. The district anticipates applying for renovat additional BEST funding in FY 2010 -11. The district has applied to DOLA to assist in their district contribution. This project has been awarded BEST C ash funding as follows: Grant $1,748,652.84; District Contribution $1,489,593.16 / 46% with the source of funding being reserve fund, lease purchase through Energy Saving Performance Contract (ESPC) and other grants. Harrison 2 / Replace Two ES Boilers The Harrison 2 application is for the replacement of 2 existing boilers with new high efficiency condensing boilers at Pikes Peak Elementary School. There is substantial overheating of the sheet metal skin of the boilers. In addition, the excessive heat has caused deterioration of the electrical components in the boiler room. The excessive heat in the boiler room also migrates into the kitchen above which is causing excessive temperatures. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $181,429.60; District Contribution $45,357.40 / 20% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve.

23 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 23 James Irwin Charter Middle School / MS RTU Replacements The HVAC units at James Irwin Charter Middle School are the buildings original units and are currently 18 years old. Many of the units have cracked condenser fans, cracked coils, electrical issues, and other various problems that do not allow them to be efficient or effective. They have been regularly maintained, but are at the end of their u seful life and need replacement. They will be replacing 17 units with new energy efficient RTU’s. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: General Fund. Grant $321,677.25; Charter Contribution $107,225.75 / 25%; with source of funding being their -6 / MS IAQ and HVAC Upgrades Mancos Re The roof top unit that serves the six classrooms on the north side of the Mancos MS building has exceeded its useful life and become a health, safety and comfort issue for the school district. Mancos will eliminate the existing system and install two roof top energy recovery units with natural gas fired supplemental heat. These will eliminate the boilers on the roof so the spaces will be able to receive the code required amounts of fresh ventilation air and not have to deal with boiler exhaust and natural gas contaminating the ventilation air. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $205,209.90; District Contribution $250,812.10 / 55%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund and/or QZAB. Julesburg Re -1 / HS HVAC Repairs and Renovation Julesburg recently discovered a crack in the heat exchanger of one of the High School’s multi -zone units. They contracted out with an engineering firm who confirmed the crack and advised replacement as well as replacing their other multi zone unit that is 33 years old. Julesburg made the decision to convert the current heating The system to a ground source heat pump system, similar to the one installed at their Elementary school. ground source heating system is energy efficient and will save the district on operating costs. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: eir General Fund. Grant $874,665.00; District Contribution $659,835.00 / 43%; with source of funding being th Big Sandy 100J / PK- 12 Roof, Plumbing & HVAC Repairs The project is for immediate health and safety concerns which include the following: repair of a leaking roof, the replacement of an air conditioner compressor and toilet fixtures that are cracked. The district is waiting for the completion of the state assessment to begin the process for a master plan and grant application in the FY10 -11 cycle for possible future projects. The district has additional needs but it was determined the ass essment would provide the basis to help identify the needs. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $8,420.50; District Contribution $8,420.50 / 50% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund.

24 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 24 Maplet on 1/ ES Roof Replacement The project is the roof replacement of the York International School. Water damage occurs each time it rains or snows. The district is constantly replacing damaged interior finishes to prevent mold promulgation and classrooms are disrupted when an issue occurs. This building is part of the long term master plan. The district is planning on going out for a bond to assist with the match November 2009. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: District Contribution $222,315.53 / 41% with the source of funding being a November 2009 Grant $319,917.47; bond effort. Mapleton 1/ ES/MS Roof & RTU Replacement The project is for a partial roof replacement and new RTU’s for the Bertha Hei d School. Many of the leaks begin at the 37 residential RTU’s currently in place, and are also caused by old flashing details and the age of the roof. The project will replace the residential units with 21 commercial packaged RTU’s. The district has documented the presence of mold as the roof has begun to fail. Classroom disruption occurs as water issues occur. This building is part of the long term master plan. The district is planning on going out for a bond to assist with the match November 2009. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $256,728.47; District Contribution $178,404.53 / 41% with the source of funding being a November 2009 bond effort. Strasburg 31J / HS Roof Replacement This project is for Strasburg High School for the partial replacement of t he roof of the 1976 addition. The roof is the original roof, flashing details are in poor condition due to age, and leaks have developed around RTU’s. The project will remove the existing roof product down to base substrate and a new roof system will be in stalled with the correct drainage and appropriate flashing details. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $55,110.00; District Contribution $18,370.00 / 25% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund. West minster 50 / HS Roof Replacement The roof on Ranum High School is 25 years old and has reached the end of its life cycle. Repairs of the roof are d no longer sufficient and the roof continues to leak. At each occurrence of rain or snow the district must spen district funds to repair damages to mitigate the potential for mold. Classroom disruption occurs with each water issue. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,265,990.52; District Contribution $399,786.48 / 24% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund and 2006 Bond.

25 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 25 Westminster 50 / ES Roof Replacement The roof on Westminster Elementary School is approximately 25 years old and has reached the end of its life cycle. Repairs of the roof are no lo nger sufficient and the roof continues to leak. At each occurrence of rain or snow the district must spend district funds to repair damages to mitigate the potential for mold. Classroom disruption occurs with each water issue. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $372,362.76; District Contribution $117,588.24 / 24% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund and 2006 Bond. Las Animas Re -1 / HS Fire Alarm he Las Animas Secondary School Campus is not fully operational. Much of the 32 year The fire alarm system at t old system has been unintentionally disconnected over the years making repairs impossible. This project will provide a new fire alarm system in the secondary school that is completely functional throughout the entire school and meets current code. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $88,459.14; District Contribution $26,422.86 / 23%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve. Las Animas Re -1 / MS and VoTech Roof Replacement The existing middle school and VoTech roof are currently leaking in many locations. The existing metal roofs were installed several years ago incorrectly. The materials used are typically specified for roof s tructures that have more tolerance for leaks, such as barns and temporary structures. This grant will provide a high quality metal roofing system that will extend the useful life of the building 20 -30 years. The roof will be installed by a qualified roofing company and will be provided with a materials and installation warranty. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $388,773.00; District Contribution $116,127.00 / 23%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve QZAB. or Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy / K- 4 Roof Replacement The school’s roofing system is over 20 years old and is beyond its useful life. The roof has minimal insulation and has a low R -value. It has had numerous leaks over the years causing damage to the structure, the interior, and the building contents creating the possibility of mold and mildew as well as threatening the air quality of the Up Roof (BUR) system, prepare the surface, and replace it with students. They plan to remove the existing Built- thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) membrane roofing system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $149,156.75; Charter Contribution $49,712.25 / 25%; with source of funding being their Colorado Educational and Cultural Fa cilities Authority (CECFA) bonds.

26 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 26 Elbert 200 / Phase 1 Roof Replacement The project is for the patching of an existing foam roof for the district PK -12 School Building. The project has the potential to be a possible new school project and the BEST Board members decided to wait for the state assessment to identify this possibil ity. As the district has current issues with a leaking roof each time it rains or snows the board allotted the funds to patch the existing roof, let the district complete a master plan, and submit -11 grant applicatio n. a comprehensive project for the FY 2010 This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $17,442.81; District Contribution $1,938.09 / 10% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Fund. Garfield 16 / HS Roof Replacement The roof project is the completion of the reroofing of the Grand Valley Center for Family Learning which now houses infants thru kindergarten. This facility is the former Grand Valley High School. The district passed a bond in 2006 for capital improvements for the facility. Due to escalating costs during construction, the roof on the existing building was removed from the construction project. During the final stages of the construction in 2008 after a snow storm, major leaks occurred in the existing roof. If the roof is not replaced, the existing facility and newly completed construction has the potential for additional water damage. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $136,252.00; District Contribution $204,378 / 60% with the source of funding being 2006 Bond. Pl ainview Re -2 / Roof Repair / Replacement, Boiler Repairs, Shop Windows / OH Door The Plainview school grant is primarily a re -roofing project, but incorporates code violation corrections in the boiler room, energy saving windows and doors installed in the industrial arts facility, and parent/community communication improvements. The roof to be installed is an R -Mer span, a structural standing seam metal panel system with no exposed fasteners to allow for unlimited thermal movement and continuous panel lengt hs with no panel laps. The boiler room will have various upgrades and have the valves checked to bring it up to code. The windows in the industrial arts building will be replaced with new low -e dual pane energy efficient units and ed with an insulated steel door to prevent heat loss. The school will also be adding a new the door will be replac purpose LED sign unit to inform the community of school events. Lastly, they will also be refinishing the multi- room floor. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $708,487.50; District Contribution $236,162.50 / 25%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve, DOLA, Insurance. -1 / HS Roof Repairs/Replacement Lake R The High School roofing system has been patched several times o ver the past 10 years. It continues to have problems with ponding, membrane seam splitting, the base flashing splitting, metal counter -flashing rusting and pulling away from the wall, as well as other issues. The grant is to replace entire sections of th is roof and repair sections not needing replacement. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $348,939.36; District Contribution $297,244.64 / 46%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve.

27 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 27 -1J / ES Roof Replacement Montrose Re The existing un -reinforced EPDM single ply rubber roof was installed 19 years ago, and has expanded and contracted to the breaking point. The break extends down the slope from the school’s clerestory windows and is responsible for several le aks. The district plans on installing a TPO roofing system with a white membrane for reflection and R- value . They have installed this same system at other district campuses and it has proven to be effective. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $107,800.00; District Contribution $84,700.00 / 44%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve. Montrose Re -1J / MS Roof Replacement The existing un -reinforced EPDM single ply rubber roof, installed over 20 years ago, has exceeded its useful life. They have repaired the roof several times to extend its useful life; however, the single ply membrane has -off. The district plans on installing a TPO roofing delaminated from the substrate and is now at risk for a blow te membrane for reflection and R -value. They have installed this same system at other district system with a whi campuses and it has proven to be effective. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $107,800; District Contribution $84,700.00 / 44%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve. Wiggins Re -50J / Partial ES Roof Replacement tion are The elementary roof has exceeded its useful life. The seams along the 1965 building and the 1975 addi leaking and have drainage problems. This has caused classroom ceiling damage. The east side of the building roof will be replaced with an asphalt built up style roof sloped to the center of the building with drains. The west side of the building roof will be replaced with a steel structure roof. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $108,093.30; District Contribution $46,325.70 / 30%; with source of funding being their Capital Reserve. Yuma 1 / partial MS and VoAg Roof Replacements Yuma MS has had on -going roof leak issues over the years and was recently analyzed to determine the conditions of the roof from poor to good. The building has three different roofing systems on it. There are leaking issues at differen t areas on this roof that are causing damages to the MS. Their vendor broke the roof up into 12 sections and of those sections, 6 were identified as poor to fair. The grant is to replace the sections labeled as poor, and to extend the life of the sections rated as fair. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $183,862.80; District Contribution $122,575.20 / 40%; with source of funding being their Mill Levy Override.

28 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 28 Strasburg 31J / Fire Code Upgrades This project is for district wide correction of items identified during a fire inspection of the district. The district was written up by the State Fire Marshall regarding smoke detection, installation of egress doors, emergency lighting, emergency exits, and the replacement of non -plenum rated wiring above the ceilings. The district has exceeded its bonded indebtedness, therefore is not able to go for a bond to help with the matching costs. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $105,711.75; District Contribution $35,237.25 / 25% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Fund. Colorado Springs 11/ Fire Alarm Upgrades stem in 4 Colorado Springs 11 school district is requesting assistance to install a code compliant fire alarm sy -11. The upgrades will include horns, strobes, smoke detectors and pull elementary schools with students ages 3 stations. These upgrades will provide a safe environment for all students including those with visual and auditory impairments. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $269,923.36; District Contribution $212,082.64 / 44% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Fund. Harrison 2 / Replace MS Fire Alarm The application is for the replacement of an out dated fire alarm system at Panorama Middle School. The district -code is experiencing operational and maintenance issues in addition to non compliant issues. The district will install a new alarm system that will be fully addressable with new wiring and cod e compliant devices. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $134,998.40; District Contribution $33,749.60 / 20% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Fund. Deer Trail 26J / Pool Building Renovation The Deer Trail School District is requesting assistance for health and safety issues in their pool building. The district provides swimming classes to their students. The pool is also used by the general public. The pool building has immediate needs which include a new ventilation system and dehumidifiers, new lighting and exit lighting that has been damaged by the humidity, replacement of non -code compliant doors and hardware, damaged storefront, and repair of the pool. The district is also waiting on the results from the state assessment to identify additional needs within the existing school building. It was concluded that the work associated with the pool building would not be impacted by new work/replacement of portions of the existing school building. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $247,500.00; District Contribution $165,000.00 / 40% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund and if available municipal grants.

29 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 29 Alarm Replacement/ HS, ES and MS Security Cameras Ellicott 22 / HS Roof and Fire The Ellicott School District is submitting 3 projects. The first is the replacement of the roof system at the high school, which consists of installing corrugated metal panels where there is neither water- proof membrane nor insulation on top of the panels. The system is neither weather proof nor water proof, and leaks at exposed to-wall flashing details, and thru metal seams. The roof system is supported by undersized fasteners, roof- gutters. In addition, the fire alarm wiring runs thru the cavity of the ceiling / roof due to the excessive heat triggers expansion and contraction which the district has not been able to trace. The roof replacement will be a fully adhered white EPDM roofing system on rigid pol y-iso insulation board. The project will also replace the fire –roof cavity once insulation is provided in the roof assembly. alarm wiring within the ceiling es electrified The second project is to add security at the entrance doors of the Elementary School which includ in remote release. hardware and buzz- The third project is the controlled entry access of the Middle School thru the installation of a security camera in system. Currently visitors are directed thru signage to the main entry. The ca mera system will and buzz- provide a visual control of people entering the building. This is an immediate safety need for the Middle School. The Middle School has additional needs and will await the results of the state assessment to further identify additional need s with the potential possibility for a building replacement. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,517,125.15; District Contribution $187,509.85 / 11% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund. McClave -2 / Renovate Existing Shop into a Preschool Re -school sits across the street from the K- The current McClave pre 12 facility. The current facility was built in 1947 and has been monitored to emit radon at the top of the allowable scale. The facility needs new windows, fencing and a heater. The district would like to move the pre -school into the main K -12 building into their old -Ag space. It requires minimal remodeling to make it a much safer location for their pre Vo -school. This project has been awarded B EST Cash funding as follows: Grant $211,365.00; District Contribution $124,135.00 / 37%; with source of funding being their General Fund. Edison 54 JT / Jr/Sr HS Exterior Concrete Stair Replacement, Modular Fire Alarm, Asbestos Containing Material (ACM ) Abatement, Roof Repair The Edison School District is applying for a number of projects with this grant including exterior concrete stair replacement at the JR/ SR HS, addition of a Fire Alarm system at the existing modulars per the State Fire nhanced building security, ACM abatement and the removal of an existing foam roof and Marshall, e replacement with a new white Thermo Plastic Olefin (TPO) roof membrane. The school has used its bonding capacity thru 2027, and the district has offered a match with this project. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $131,706.00; District Contribution $14,634.00 / 10% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund.

30 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 30 Kiowa C -2 / Replace Districtwide Phone System The Kiowa School District, which is located a few feet off of State Highway 86, is requesting a grant to replace an outdated phone system which will include direct 911 calls, campus paging, silence of monitoring calls, 24/7 remote message notification, automated ann ouncements for emergencies which can be entered by a remote assistant, classroom phones and record a call capabilities. The district has been taking steps to improve the safety of the students/staff/parent as they are a small district that has a rash of minor vandalism and a small law enforcement department. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $16,922.92; District Contribution $27,611.08 / 62% with the source of funding being their Capital Reserve Fund. Garfield 16 / ES Traffic/Pedestrian, Fire Alarm, Flatwork Repair Project The application is for two projects. The first is the replacement of the original fire alarm system which the addition, the system district is no longer able to maintain because replacement parts are no longer available. In is no longer code compliant. The district plans to replace the current system with a code compliant system to include a back -up power source. The second project is the re- design of the main entry pedestrian/vehicular access. Presentl y there is one entrance to the site requiring all bus, parent drop -off, faculty/staff/visitor parking and delivery traffic to share the same entry and main drive. Pedestrian access is adjacent the main entry drive. The project will create an additional ent rance to the site which will separate the bus and service entrance from the parent -drop off and pick up point. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $273,594.96; District Contribution $410,392.44 / 60% with the source of fun ding coming from uncommitted funds remaining in the general obligation bonds passed by the District's voters in 2006. Trinidad 1 / HS Exterior Door Hardware Replacement This project addresses the need for new exterior doors and hardware for the Trinidad High School built in 1972. The exterior doors are no longer able to be kept shut, and are chained to prevent access from the outside. As a result this prevents emergency exiting from the building. The grant will provide new exterior doors and code compliant hardware which will allow for emergency egress from the building. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $31,961.40; District Contribution $21,307.60 / 40% with the source of funding being their General Fund. Montrose Re -1J / Districtwide Security Cameras -nine closed circuit cameras across their campuses in order to meet the The district is proposing to install seventy current security needs. The district believes the cameras have been proven an effective de terrent at their other campuses for stopping vandalism and acts of violence. The system, in addition to providing video, provides a web -based IT system to allow staff and police to log in remotely to view and notify the public of potential threats. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $56,012.88; District Contribution $44,010.12 / 44%; with source of funding being their General Fund.

31 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 31 -104 / Relocate two 8,000 Gal. Propane Tanks Away from Playground Woodlin R This application is to relocate 2 propane tanks away from a playground. These tanks are located in the corner of the elementary playground, and were recently identified as potential terrorist targets during the districts crisis management planning. The manhole for thes e tanks is highly eroded, causing a very risky situation for personnel, inspectors and contractors who access that area. The district has also noticed 7 leaks in the propane lines. When a professional inspected the lines, he stated the leaks were due to deterioration caused by the age. Their plan is to relocate the tanks away from the school, playground, and away from high traffic areas on campus. The lines and controls will be replaced and updated to provide for a more efficient system, which will e district money. save th This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $88,593.40; District Contribution $37,968.60 / 30%; with source of funding being their General Fund. Pikes Peak BOCES / K -12 School ADA, Safety and Security Upgrades The application is for upgrades to provide for the student population which consists of students with emotional, behavioral, and physical challenges. The school has students that have need for ADA accessibility which includes access to accessible toilet fa cilities and an accessible shower, changing hardware to lever for accessibility, and modifying various wheelchair access points. The BOCES program also has needed to improve safety and security for the students as well as the teachers and community membe rs. This is to include redesigning the front entry, replacing the existing camera monitoring system within the building, replacing glazing with tempered glazing, and improving access to the building and students’ ability to leave the campus. The items no ted are immediate needs for the students and facilities; however the facility has additional needs that the BOCES program is waiting for the state assessment to identify and evaluate for a future grant. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: -kind services Grant $404,769.40; District Contribution $8,260.60 / 2% with the source of funding being in provided from the architect. South Conejos Re -10 / Jr/Sr HS and ES ADA Restrooms and Door Replacement. The district submitted one grant for three projects. The district has ADA students entering into the ES and HS and neither school has proper ADA compliant restrooms. The district has requested funding to remodel these facilities to accommodate the ADA students and become ADA compliant. In the same ES and HS facilities the district has several doors that are not code compliant (no panic hardware and some are not fire rated). They intend to replace or update these doors to meet code. Lastly the district requested funds to mitigate some n on - friable asbestos in their ES. Since it was non -friable, not threatening, the BEST Board choose not to award this portion of the grant. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $226,525.64; District Contribution $5,921.96 / 2.547654%; with source of funding being their General Fund.

32 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 32 Elizabeth C -1 / MS Roof Replacement The grant application is for the roof replacement of Elizabeth Middle School. In the school year of 2004 -2005, the school experienced an issue with mold wh ich resulted in the closing of school and redistributing the students within the district. The issue of mold and “sick building” syndrome is raised each year by the community and staff members. Repairs that are made to the building are no longer adequate and the roof continues to leak. The replacement of the roof will remove the existing roof down to the metal deck and be replaced with a MOP modified membrane. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: ibution $363,440.00 / 56% with the source of funding being Capital Reserve Grant $285,560.00; District Contr Fund. Limon RE -4J / Fire Alarm Upgrades This application is for installation of a fire alarm system at Elementary School, and an upgraded fire alarm system in the High School and gymnasiums. The current fire alarm system is not code compliant and has been written up by the Division of Fire & Safety. The Division of Fire & Safety required a fire watch at the end of FY08 - may not be occupied in the fall of FY09 -10 without 09 in the Elementary School, and has advised that the school meeting current code requirements. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $80,182.49; District Contribution $51,264.21 / 39%; with source of funding being their General Fund and Capital Reserve. Hayden Re -1 / Emergency ES Fire Alarm During a routine inspection by the Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety it was determined that the fire detection system at the elementary school was out of service. The d istrict utilizes the school during the day for summer school and in the evening for active center programs. The Division of Fire Safety ordered that during the summer the building shall be limited to not more than 49 occupants. Any activities held at the elementary school with more than 49 occupants will be considered on a case -by -case basis by the Division of Fire Safety and the local fire department for approval. The Division of Fire Safety further ordered the Hayden School District to repair or replace t he system by start of the fall school year. This project has been awarded Emergency BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $22,605.37; District Contribution $0 / 0%. Miami Yoder 60 JT / Phase II of New PK- 12 School Miami Yoder is at the completion of a p reviously funded, phased project for renovation and upgrades to their PK -12 school. This project was submitted in the previous grant cycle but was not approved as the BEST Board members felt additional master planning was necessary. The plan will eliminate the use of existing substandard modulars and existing teacherages that are in need of replacement, the replacement of a 1915 building that is non code compliant and also does not meet the educational needs of the district, and the addition of a high schoo l. As the district previously bonded for $3.2 million for work completed in 1998 and 2007 and is at their bonding capacity of 98% the district is therefore requesting a 0% match for this project. This is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase fun ding as follows: Grant $17,590,273.05; District Contribution $0 / 0%.

33 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 33 -12 School Silverton 1/ Renovate Historic K The Silverton grant application is for the holistic renovation of a historic 1911 school building and a 1926 gymnasium building. In the winte r of 2008 the school district lost the use of one of the last remaining coal boilers mid school year and heated the facility with electric space heaters for the balance of the winter. The district has been working with consultants to put together a holisti c renovation which includes a new heating system as an integral part of the design. Due to the location of the district, the project lends itself to additional considerations and costs. The district will install a new boiler into the existing steam system for the 2009 -10 winter season while the renovation design is completed. Construction is anticipated to start January 2010 thru July 2010. is project has been awarded This Purchase funding as follows: BEST Lease- 2,369,731.10 / 20%, with the source of funding being bond Grant $9,478,924.40; District Contribution $ proceeds, DOLA, Colorado Historical Society and other grants. -12 School Crestone Charter School / New PK and rental facilities. The sch ools charter with the The school currently operates out of deteriorating modulars Moffat school district requires that permanent facilities be obtained within the next two years. The project is for a new high performing PK -12 school. Th is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $5,327,806.00; Charter Contribution $726,519.00 / 12% with source of funding being a 2009 bond election -raising. by Moffat 2 or cash from private fund Douglas County RE1 / HS Safety/Security Upgrades Douglas County school district is requesting assistance to fund life safety upgrades at the Douglas County High -up exit lighting, replacing the non School. These upgrades include: replacing the battery back -code compliant fire alarm system, replacing non -plenum rated cabling and failing security equipment, pro viding new raceways and interconnect cables between buildings for a future phone system that includes emergency notification and fire alarm monitoring, replacing the intercom system which is part of the emergency notification system, and including a fire s prinkler system to help reduce the complexity for exiting which has been created by the number of additions and the requirement for fire separation doors. Douglas County submitted 5 projects and this project was their number one priority. The BEST Board me mbers reviewed and requested the match be raised to the CDE Minimum match of 60%. This is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $1,795,500.00; District Contribution $2,693,250.00 / 60% 00 with the source of funding being their general fund and capital reserve.

34 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 34 Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (CSDB) / Historic Building Renovation The CSDB is requesting a grant to assist with the complete renovation and approximately a 6,000 SF addition to the Gottlieb Scho ol for the Deaf built in 1952 after the original structure was destroyed in 1950. The project will provide for classrooms to be sized and located according to grades including special needs of the students, new integrated HVAC system, an accessible elevato r, secured entry access, green building design, current and future technology infrastructure, new library/media center, fire sprinkler system, and fire notification devices to assist the student population, all of which will be code compliant. The CSDB o ffered that if the project was funded thru the BEST Program they would review with the Capital Development Committee or the general assembly the potential to obtain funds to offer towards their required match. If this occurs the grant request would be adju sted accordingly. is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Th Purchase funding as follows: Grant $10,601,140.00; District Contribution $0 / 0%. 8 Facility Alta Vista Charter School / Addition to K- The charter school is currently located in a historic 1917 facility that is in need of renovation and is currently too small for the charter school’s student population which requires use of two modulars. After considering several expansion alternatives for the school, including building an entirely new campus, A lta Vista decided on a renovation and addition to the currently facility. They plan on restoring and updating the current facility to maintain historic significance while becoming more energy efficient and to build an 18,000 Sq. Ft. addition to house four more classrooms and breakout areas. Th Purchase funding as follows: is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Grant $5,922,975.36; Charter Contribution $246,790.64 / 4%, with source of funding being their General Fund, Capital Reserve Fund, and Fundraising efforts. Fountain 8 / New ES –Fort Carson School District 8 is requesting assistance for a new elementary school which will include Fountain -wide preschool on the Ft. Carson Army base. The application is an elementary school, Autism Center, and post time s ensitive with the arrival of troop increases at Ft. Carson. The new facility will address safety issues due to growth and overcrowding in addition to providing a facility that will address the special needs students. The grant request is for assistance wit h the construction which was competitively bid prior to the BEST Board review, and the request was adjusted to the accepted contract amount. -Purchase funding as follows: This is project has been awarded BEST Lease Grant $3,261,354.77; District Contributi on $10,327,623.43 / 76%, with the source of funding being Building Fund.

35 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 35 Swink 33 / ES Classroom Addition The District currently has dated modulars with several health and safety issues that house their sixth grade reading, science, special education, title 1 and BOCES services. They are requesting funds to build a six- classroom addition to their current facility that will remove the modulars and create a safe and energy efficient space to house the mentioned programs in addition to allowing the d istrict to provide a full day kindergarten program. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $1,353,411.90; District Contribution $150,379.10/ 10%, with source of funding being their General Fund. Park RE -12 Campus -2 /New PK 12 school campus in Fairplay, Colorado currently does not meet the educational programming goals of The PK- the district. Many of the buildings on the campus are beyond their useful life. The Statewide Facility Assessment data supports this grant ap plication. This grant will restore one of the oldest school houses in the state and with a combination of remodel and new construction provide a state of the art twenty -first century -2 school district and community. The d school environment for the Park Re istrict will match funds with a bond election in November of this year. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $15,060,382.00; District Contribution $15,060,382.00 / 50%, with source of funding being a 2009 Distric t Bond Issue. North Routt Charter School / New PK -8 School The North Routt Charter school has been in operation for over 5 years and been growing steadily each year. The current facility occupancy is restricted by local zoning and the school must relocate to accommodate need growth. The school has leased land fo r the new school and raised private funds as a match for this project which also addresses health and safety. Purchase funding as follows: This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Grant $3,107,332.80; Charter Contribution $1,673,179.20 / 35%, with sou rce of funding being donations and a grant from DOLA. Delta 50J / Major ES Renovation The application is for the renovation of a 1920 Historic building with the addition of 33,000 SF to replace the existing Cedaredge Elementary School. The existing elemen tary school which consists of 8 building structures is currently located on 2 sites with Cedar Avenue a major cross street running thru the sites. The district has an agreement with the county to close the street during the start and close of school. In ad dition, the main building requires students to circulate outside between classes, to access toilet facilities and other programmed spaces such as the library. The district will demolish the original 1974 building and will maintain the most recent structure s 1990/1994 for other programs. The project will locate the elementary students on one site and have access to outside play fields. This is project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $8,768,043.90; District Contribution $2,619,026.10 / 23%, with the source of funding being financing, using a Certificate of Participation.

36 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 36 Mapleton 1 / Skyview Campus Improvements/Addition and Renovation The Mapleton 1 grant request is for the Mapleton Skyview Campus. This includes 4 projects: Skyview Academy -8), Mapleton Expeditionary School for the Arts (7 -12) and Mapleton Early (9-12) and Clayton Partnership (K College, North Valley School for Young Adults, and Skyview Campus Student Center. Mapleton has implemented a “small school” reform wh ich supports differential learning, small group learning and academic intervention. The instructional model gives students the access to the latest technology, inquiry based approaches, college coursework, spaces for the production of artwork, and cooper ative learning projects and/or student presentations of learning. With the proposed projects the district will be able to create the environment of the district reform. All projects will meet the educational needs of the district and will be designed with an integrated process to include green building design. This project addresses health and safety and will allow for the closing of the old, unsafe Mapleton HS. This is project has been awarded BEST Lease -Purchase funding as follows: Grant $30,279,281.68; District Contribution $21,041,534.72 / 41%, with the source of funding being a November 2009 bond effort.

37 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 37 20 10 -11 Grant Projects BEST FY Note: Three of the projects below were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: Peyton 23 JT ’s Junior High Addition to HS - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • • ’s PK -12 School Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Elbert 200 • Florence RE- 2’s ES Renovations and Addition - failed bond, unable to provide required match. Trinidad 1 / Supplemental Replacement of the High School Exterior Doors Trinidad 1 is requesting supplemental funding for new exterior doors at the high school and gymnas ium. The district received a BEST FY09 -10 grant for new hardware and upon further review of the existing door condition it was identified the hardware would not be warranted if installed on the existing doors. This project has been awarded BEST Cash fund ing as follows: Grant $75,937.80; District Contribution $50,625.20 / 40% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Lake R -1 / Middle School Boiler Replacement This project is to replace their original boiler installed in 1977 at Lake County m iddle school with four Thermific forced draft boilers and upgrade the control system. During this project they plan to remove asbestos containing material, investigate and remediate any negative effect the swimming pool may be having on the metal piping. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant; $308,000.00; District Contribution $242,000.00 / 44% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Trinidad 1 / Upgrade HVAC to Provide Fresh Air upgrade the existing HVAC system at Eckhart Elementary School in the original Trinidad 1 is requesting funds to 1920 building due to radon and nonfunctioning systems. This work will occur only in the original building. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $12 4,171.20; District Contribution $82,780.80/ 40% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Limon RE -4J / High School RTUs Replacement Limon RE -4J is requesting funding for replacing 13 existing HVAC units with potential issues similar to two other units that cracked in 2008. Additionally, several of these units did not pass a recent inspection. This is project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $54,609.92; District Contribution $30,718.08 / 36% with source of match being th eir General Fund / Capital Reserve.

38 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 38 Montrose RE -1J / Elementary School HVAC Upgrade Montrose RE -1J is requesting funding for replacing the existing heating system for the south and east wings of the building with new heating and cooling rooftop units due to ventilation issues and thermal comfort issues where the temperature in classrooms has exceeded 90 degrees. Because the current system has no air conditioning, teachers open the doors to the classrooms creating an additional safety hazard. This pro ject has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $246,400.00; District Contribution $193,600.00 / 44% with the source of match being Capital Reserve funds. -1J / Middle School HVAC Upgrade Montrose RE Montrose RE -1J is requesting funding for re placement of the existing rooftop units on the south building with new roof top units due to age and deterioration of the current units. The current system has received over 145 work orders since the beginning of the year. This project has been awarded B EST Cash funding as follows: Grant $560,560.00; District Contribution $440,440.00 / 44% with the source of match being a 2010 bond election. East Otero R -1 / High School Gym/Pool RTUs & HVAC Controls Replacement Eats Otero R -1 is requesting funding to replace seven RTUs adding CO2 sensors to create better indoor air quality. The current units contain no indoor air quality control systems, are 60% efficient and are rusted, pitted, and flaking indicating they are likely to fail. This project has been a warded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $179,503.50; District Contribution $29,221.50 / 14%; with source of match being Capital Reserve funds. Mapleton 1 / Restore Roofs at 2 Locations The first project is the roof replacement of the York International School. Water damage occurs each time it rains or snows. The district is constantly replacing damaged interior finishes to prevent mold promulgation and classrooms are disrupted when an is sue occurs. The second project is for a partial roof replacement for the Bertha Heid School. Many of the leaks begin at the 37 residential RTU’s currently in place, and are also caused by old flashing details and the age of the roof. The project will rep lace the residential units with 21 commercial packaged RTU’s. The district has documented the presence of mold as the roof has begun to fail. Classroom disruption occurs as water issues occur. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $606,992.80; District Contribution $151,748.20/ 20% with the source of match being from a 2010 bond election. Westminster 50 / Elementary School Roof Replacement Westminster 50 is requesting funding to replace a roof at the elementary school due to the roof being beyond the original warranty. It has begun to leak causing disruptions to the classrooms. This is project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $420,719.51; District Contribution $132,858.79 / 24% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund.

39 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 39 Westminster 50 / Middle School Roof Replacement Westminster 50 is requesting funding to replace a roof at a Middle School due to the roof being beyond the original warranty. It has begun to leak and cause disruptions to th e classrooms. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $941,040.06; District Contribution $297,170.54 / 24% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. -32 / Middle School Roof Replacement Salida R This project is to replace the failing roof at Salida middle school. They will be replacing the old PVC roof with a -ply roofing system. This will remediate any damaged thermal insulation in the process and fully adhered single redesign to alleviate ice and snow buildup. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant; $185,833.32; District Contribution $267,418.68 / 59% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund & Payment In Lieu of Taxes Funds. North Conejos RE -1J / Elementary School Partial Roo f Replacement North Conejos RE -1J is requesting funding for a partial roof replacement for an Elementary School. Several sections of the roof are leaking and many classrooms have experienced water damage over the past several years. At times, students hav e had to work around dripping water and buckets that are placed on the floor to collect leaking water. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $240,240.00; District Contribution $60,060.00 / 20% with the source of match being Capital Reserve Funds. James Irwin Middle School / New Roof James Irwin’s facility was originally a manufacturing warehouse and was built in 1992. It still contains the original roofing system that was installed in 1992. The current roof is a modified bitumen roofing system which is comprised of 4 separate roofing areas that link the parts of the building together. The total existing R -value for the roof and suspended ceiling is only R -9. The asphalt surface is weathered and cracking. The roof is in urgen t need of replacement due to leaks causing damage to numerous areas inside the school building. The grant proposes to furnish labor and material for maintenance and repair of approximately 154,335 square feet of modified asphalt roofing and 6,200 square fe et of parapet wall, utilizing a reinforced 50 -ply -mil single -Last, Inc. Price includes a non membrane roofing system that is manufactured by Duro -rated Duro -Last Inc. -pro 15 Year Warranty on labor, material and workmanship with no warranty exclusion for co nsequential damages or ponded water. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $655,280.00; Charter Contribution $163,820.00 / 20% with source of match being cash from their building fund.

40 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 40 La Veta RE High School Roof Replacement and Remediation of Bat and Pigeon -2 / Elementary School and Droppings La Veta RE -2 is requesting funding for two roof projects. The elementary school roof is beyond the original warranty and is leaking causing disruption in the classroom. Additionally, the district is only patching to eliminate the leaks. The high school is a historic school building whose roof currently allows pigeons and bats to live in the attic; this is causing a health hazard. The request is to clean up the attic space where the ro dents live, secure all access points and reroof the entire roof. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $161,880.18; District Contribution $223,548.82 / 58% with the source of match being Capital Reserve Fund. Montrose RE -1J / High School Partial Roof Replacement Montrose RE -1J is requesting funding for a partial roof replacement at the high school weight and music room locations. Both roofs are experiencing standing water and patches on the roof surfaces indicate the roofs failure. In addition, water gets trapped beneath the HVAC units which cannot be accessed to address damage. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $46,200.00; District Contribution $36,300.00 / 44%; with source of match being C apital Reserve Funds. East Otero R -1 / Preschool School Roof Replacement East Otero R -1 is requesting funding for a preschool roof replacement for a 20 -year old EPDM failing roofing d from parapet walls. system which has numerous holes in the flashing system and become detache This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $175,476.98; District Contribution $28,566.02 / 14% with source of match being their General Fund. East Otero R -1 / Middle School Roof Replacement East Otero R -1 is requesting funding to replace a 15 -year old EPDM roof at their middle school which is at the end of its useful life. Water is entering the wall space and classrooms, and small tears and “pin holes” are showing in the thin roofing membrane. This project h as been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $185,704.10; District Contribution $30,230.90 / 14% with source of match being their General Fund. East Otero R -1 / Partial High School Roof Replacement East Otero R -1 is requesting funding for a partial high school roof replacement to replace a 20 -year old T -Loc shingle roofing system which is past its functional life cycle and showing signs of roof failure. The school has numerous areas of interior water systems, and the roofing system is missing approximately 10% of the shingles and 20% are damaged from wind. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $127,157.02; District Contribution $20,699.98 / 14% with source of match being their General Fund.

41 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 41 High School ACM Abatement and New Fire Sprinkler System St Vrain RE 1 -J / St. Vrain is requesting funding for the abatement and installation of a fire sprinkler system in the high school auditorium. The district is currently adding an addition and installation of a fire sprinkler system in other areas of the building. Per a recent fire inspection the district was required to add a fire sprinkler system to the auditorium. Upon further evaluation it was determined in order to install the system the ceiling and walls would to be abated. These costs were not available within the current scope of the original project. need This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: oceeds Grant $1,010,880.78; District Contribution $1,052,141.22 / 51% with source of match being a bond pr from a 2008 bond election. Colorado Springs 11 / High School Fire Separation and Fire Sprinkler Colorado Springs 11 is requesting funding for a fire sprinkler system throughout and specifically on the third teaching spaces per current codes and in the basement. This will provide floor of the building to allow the use of a fire separation of the third floor from the balance of the building. The Colorado Springs Fire Department supports this project as it addresses their concerns for use of the third floor and also the egress safety of all persons within the facility. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $314,902.50; District Contribution $257,647.50 / 45% with the source of match being Capital Reserve Fund. Colorado Springs 11 / Middle School Fire Sprinkler Colorado Springs 11 is requesting funding for a fire sprinkler system throughout the facility to provide code compliant exiting of persons within. This facility has a third floor that is classroom space and per current codes cannot continue to be used as teaching space without a code compliant means of egress. The Colorado Springs Fire Department supports this project as it addresses their concerns for use of the third floor and also the safe ithin the facility. egress of all persons w This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $284,350.00; District Contribution $232,650.00 / 45% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. -JT / Fire Alarm Upgrade West Grand 1 This project is to upgr ade the fire alarm system at their High School. The new system will replace the original 1976 system. The project will add interior and exterior strobe lights and audible devices, add pull stations, and allow for more smoke and beam detectors. The new system will be monitored around the clock and provide automatic notification to fire dispatch. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant; $19,768.20; District Contribution $46,125.80 / 70% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund.

42 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 42 Poudre R -1 / Fire Alarm Replacement at Multiple Sites Poudre R -1 has 20 school sites (Pre -K learning centers, elementary, and middle schools) with inadequate fire alarm systems. At 16 sites, the current systems are non -ADA analog systems. At four other sites, the systems -of -date. Poudre R -1 plans to replace all the old range from 13 -17 years old and are old zone systems that are out systems with new digital addressable systems that meet ADA requirements. The new systems will allow more informa tion to building site monitors and more immediate information to emergency responders and district personnel in the case of a fire alarm. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 54% with source of match being a 2010 bond election. Grant; $579,552.62; District Contribution $680,344.38 / Karval RE -23/ Fire Alarm Upgrade Karval RE -23 is requesting funding for a fire alarm upgrade to replace a fire alarm system that was installed in ons in the entire school facility. The state fire marshal has the 1950’s. The current system has only four pull stati written the school up on violations of an antiquated system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $21,070.43; District Contribution $27,930.57 / 57% with the sour ce of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. East Otero R -1 / Preschool Fire Alarm Replacement East Otero R -1 is requesting funding for replacing the preschool fire alarm. The current fire alarm system is over e system requires numerous repairs and has failed when tested. 20 years old and is not code compliant. Th This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $43,516.00; District Contribution $7,084.00 / 14% with source of match being their General Fund. -1 / Replace Primary School Fire Alarm East Otero R East Otero R -1 is requesting funding for replacing the primary school fire alarm. The current system is over 20 years old and not code compliant and has failed during inspections. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $43,516.00; District Contribution $7,084.00 / 14% with source of match being their General Fund. Adams -Arapahoe 28 -J / High School Stage Rigging Replacement -Arapahoe 28 Adams of existing curtain stage rigging. -J is requesting for the replacement and structural support The district had an evaluation of the structural integrity of the rigging and it was determined unsafe. The stage is used throughout the day by the school for electives/ performances and is no longer in use due to the uns afe condition. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $334,400.00; District Contribution $105,600.00 / 24% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund.

43 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 43 the Building and Correct the Pedestrian/ Sheridan 2 / Elementary School Security to Control Access to Student/ Staff/ Bus Conflicts to Accessing the Facility Sheridan 2 is requesting funding to correct two safety issues to the elementary school. The main office entrance the building and only requires a sign in. Additionally, the main is not able to see who is entering and leaving entry remains unlocked. The project will move the main office to the entrance and create a system where people are monitored as they enter and exit the building. The second project is to cor rect the current parent, student, bus and car conflicts that occur at the main entry of the building. Additionally, buses park on the neighborhood street to allow pick up and drop off of students. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follow s: Grant $813,780.64; District Contribution $256,983.36 / 24% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund/General Fund. Sheridan 2/ High School Security/ Access Renovations to Control Access to the Facility Sheridan 2 is requesting fundi ng to move the administrative office to the entrance of the building to allow for controlled access to the high school. Additionally, the public library is accessed by both the students and public. Students currently are required to go outside to access us e of the library. The library is intending to relocate which will require access by students from the building in lieu of exiting the building. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $905,617.52; District Contribution $285,984.48 / 24% with the source of match being Capital Reserve Fund/ General Fund. Harrison 2/ Ed Center/ Alternative High School Intercom System Harrison 2 is requesting funding to provide an intercom system. The center is a facility that provides classroom space to a diverse student population. Due to the increase in programs, students and the increasingly disruptive population served, the facility is in need of a communication system to address emergencies which require potential lock down of spaces within the facility. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $79,710.40; District Contribution $19,927.60 / 20% with the source of match being Capital Reserve Fund. Marble Charter School / Breezeway Addition Marble Charter School curr ently operates in two separate buildings; a historic schoolhouse and a new addition. The area between the two facilities is not secure, not ADA compliant and students/staff routinely walk outside between buildings to attend different classes, go to lunch, the office, or after- school programs. Marble Charter School’s remedy is to build a breezeway, which is designed to meet school code with panic bars on doors, and lockable exterior doors. This breezeway will also meet their ADA requirements with the installation of a platform lift and an ADA compliant covered walkway between the buildings. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $177,768.69; Charter Contribution $1,438,310.31 / 89% with source of match being Cash and District Bond Proceeds.

44 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 44 Huerfano RE -1 / High School ADA Upgrades Huerfano RE -1 is requesting funding to add ADA upgrades to the high school. The district currently has a staff member that is unable to access areas of the facility including restrooms, locker rooms and the gymnasium has inaccessible seating. The grant will provide for ADA compliant seating in the gymnasium. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $402,594.85; District Contribution $164,440.15 / 29% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Jefferson R -1 / State Required Waste Water Improvements. -1 is requesting funding for waste water improvements to meet requirements from the State of Jefferson R to cease using a process called “pump and haul” for Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment sewage removal at three west Jefferson facilities in Conifer. “Pump and haul” consists of transferring raw ool waste water sewage from holding tanks into a tanker truck that transports the sewage to the Conifer high sch plant for disposal. The state has directed the district to install a piping network that will transport the sewage directly to the district owned waste water facility. The state desires completion by 2012. This project has been awarded BE ST Cash funding as follows: Grant $886,679.60; District Contribution $1,330,019.40 / 60% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Ignacio 11 JT / Asbestos Abatement at Multiple Facilities with the abatement and replacement of friable asbestos floor and Ignacio 11 JT is requesting funding to assist ceiling tiles at their elementary school, high school, and administrative facility. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 9,459.07 / 61% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Grant $25,227.93; District Contribution $3 Fund. Moffat 2 / Replace Hardwood Gym Floor at PK- 12 School Moffat 2’s gym floor is splintered and has cracked boards, which present a health and safety issue. Additionally, nail heads continue to work up past the surface, and splitting of the tongue and groove in the gym floor has created an ongoing hazard. The current bleachers were built when the gymnasium was new and they do not meet code due to the lack of hand rails, walk spaces, appropriate step height, and designated wheelchair space. The district plans to remove and replace the current gym with maple hard flooring. The sub -floor will be removed and replaced to eliminate wear and dead spots. Existing bleachers will be removed and replaced with telescopic and portable bleachers that meet code requirements. The bleachers as designed will provide wheelchair parking spaces which currently are not available in our present setup. The bleacher design will allow separation of coaches, ath letes and officials from parents and fans eliminating unsportsmanlike actions. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $80,751.28; District Contribution $49,492.72 / 38% with source of match being their General Fund.

45 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 45 23 JT / Junior High Addition to High School Peyton Peyton 23 JT is requesting funding to provide an addition to the current high school for their middle school of the students. In 2009, Peyton closed the existing middle school due to the many health and safety concerns th th building. As a result 6 8 grade students were moved to the existing elementary school which is now PK- th th graders. The 7 and 8 grade students were relocated to the high school where modulars were added to accommodate the middle school students. The middle school students have classes in the modulars and access the high school for electives/ lunch/ gym. The project will provide additional brick and mortar classrooms for grades 6 -8 and renovate the existing high school cafeteria to allow for the added students. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $3,054,054.00; District Contribution $2,601,602.00 / 46% with source of match being a 2010 bond election. Center 26 JT / New PK -12 Facility Center 26 JT is requesting funding for a new PK -12 facility. The roofing structure and exterior walls of the 1919 elementary school have structural concerns. The buildings have deteriorating plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems. The project is waiting on a response from the Colorado Historic Society on whether the Colorado Historic Society will allow the elementary school building to be demolished as part of the district’s master plan. This is project has been awarded BEST Lease as follows: -Purchase funding Grant $26,759,322.00; District Contribution $4,722,233.00 / 15% with the source of match being a 2010 bond election. Vista Charter School / School Replacement -engineered metal buildings The Vista Charter School’s current education programs are located in two leased pre and have a total leased space of 12,800 square feet. The portion of the main building utilized by the school is approximately 6,800 square feet with approximately 4,200 square feet occupied by an industrial tenant. The second bu ilding, referenced as the annex building, is 6,000 square feet. The two buildings are separated by a concrete walk and an access drive to a loading dock on the north side of the main building and on the south side of the annex building. Vista Charter Sch -risk students who might not ool is a designated alternative high school, serves the needs of at otherwise earn a diploma. The school also serves as an Expulsion Intervention Prevention (EIP) program for the Montrose County School District. Because the buil dings that house Vista Charter School were not designed with educating students in mind and will require extensive renovation and additions to meet State guidelines for educational facilities the school has requested funds to construct a new facility on ne w land to provide an effective educational facility, a healthy learning environment, technologically advanced teaching tools, and a safe, flexible, energy efficient and durable facility that will meet the needs of the students now and in the future. project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: This Grant $4,595,063.00; Charter Contribution $1,531,688.00 / 25% with source of match being general and capital reserve funds; & Davis -Bacon $138,150.00.

46 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 46 Lake George Charter School / School Replacement Lake George charter school became a charter school in 1996; however, the campus has been in place since 1952. The campus is composed of a collection of two aging modular buildings, six storage sheds, an isolated pump house, and a central struc ture which has had two additions since the original facility was built in the 1950’s. This has resulted in a disjointed campus with several inadequacies in the areas of health and safety. The overall d presents recurring issues in the areas of security, condition and design of the existing facility is poor an transportation, and emergency management. Most infrastructure components are well past their expected life and their frequent malfunction has had a significant impact on the educational program at Lake George charter school. Lake George charter school looked at several options and decided to build a new facility on a new parcel of land. The new facility will provide a safe learning environment and be an energy efficient lower maintenance building with state of the art technology. The facility will provide a much more efficient use of space in classrooms, hallways, storage areas, maintenance areas, and common use areas will support a more effective delivery of the educational program. The preschool progr am will have a separate, secure entrance with its own traffic lane. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $6,488,532.00; Charter Contribution $969,550.00 / 13% with source of match being district bond proceeds & Da vis -Bacon $225,000.00. Florence RE -2 / Elementary School Renovation/ Addition Florence RE -2 is requesting funding to upgrade their existing elementary school to address health and safety sessment. The district will also be adding a concerns as well as addressing comments in the statewide facility as cafeteria addition to address the security/safety issues caused by elementary students crossing a local street to access the cafeteria facility in a separate building. The elementary school is also located adjac ent to the local police/fire department. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $8,393,337.00; District Contribution $4,721,252.00 / 36% with source of match being a 2010 bond election. Mapleton 1 / Supplemental Campus Improvements and new buildings Mapleton 1 is requesting funding to begin the process to achieve the district master plan and to address health and safety issues in 3 facilities and to implement their educational model. The project will include partial demolition and renovation of the existing Skyview High School building and to build 2 new classroom buildings to house educational programs located in other facilities within the district. The district applied in the BEST grant cycle FY09 -10 and was awa rded the project with the district match from a November 2009 bond election, which did not pass. As a result, the district has resubmitted the application and will attempt a matching money bond election in Nov. 2010. This project has been awarded BEST Le ase -Purchase funding as follows: Grant $31,703,537.00; District Contribution $22,031,271.00 / 41% with the source of match being a 2010 bond election; & Davis Bacon $2,558,800.00.

47 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 47 -12 School Replacement Elbert 200/ PK 12 facility due to health and safety concerns and to Elbert 200 is requesting funding t o replace the existing PK- bring the facility up to the capital construction guidelines requirements. The district has submitted previous any to assist with identifying the districts grants to address immediate needs and hired a master planning comp educational facility needs. After numerous options, Elbert made the decision to build a new facility. This will provide for their long term needs in lieu of renovating a building that has many health and safety concerns and due to the many additions is not meeting the student’s educational needs. Purchase funding as follows: This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Grant $16,113,492.00; District Contribution $3,537,108.00 / 18% with source of match being a 20 10 bond election. Holly RE -3 / New PK -12 School Facility Holly RE -3 is requesting funding for a new PK -12 facility to replace their current aging facilities. Their current entary school has no visual facilities have numerous health and safety, code, and maintenance issues. The elem monitoring at entries, and the students have to walk across a street to the cafeteria. At the high school there are asbestos, water infiltration, and indoor air quality issues. As part of the project a historic gym will be ren ovated and used as an auxiliary gym for the district and other athletic facilities will be replaced. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $25,064,111.00; District Contribution $3,417,833.00 / 12% with the source of m atch being a November 2010 bond effort. North Routt Charter School / School Replacement NRCCS is an Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound School and their structure is multiage classrooms with multi -sensory programming that is highly student participatory . The present school site in Clark, CO is housed on a Routt County historical site, in the original Clark school building built in 1920. The site consists of the original classroom spaces only allow school, which is two stories, a stable, and a yurt usable for classroom space. These . per student. Besides the lack of classroom space the facilities pose several health and safety for 32 sq. ft concerns. NRCCS has requested funds to build a new 12,656 square foot school with a capacity of 90 -100 students. The new school will provide classroom space t hat will enhance their multi- age and Expeditionary Learning academic structure and provide a permanent facility next to North Routt’s preschool. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $3,186,671.00; Charter Contrib ution $796,667.00 / 20% with source of match being a DOLA Grant/GATES Grant/District Proceeds/Donations. Salida R -32 / High School Replacement This project is to replace the current Salida High School, remediating health and safety issues along with educa tional deficiencies identified by the local fire marshal design professionals and statewide facility assessment. The new facility will be a high performing building, targeting LEED Gold certification. Purchase funding as follows: This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Grant; $12,481,929.00; District Contribution $17,961,801.00 / 59% with source of match being a 2010 bond election; & Davis -Bacon $724,851.00.

48 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 48 Monte Vista C -8 / Elementary School Addition/ Renovation and High School Replacement -8 is requesting funding for 2 projects. The elementary school renovation/ addition will upgrade Monte V ista C the existing Metz elementary school building to address health and safety concerns and address the educational clude adding a Gymnasium/ Art Room/ Music Room and additional suitability of the facility. This will in classrooms which will address the deficiencies of the adjacent Kearns building. The district submitted a grant 22 request in FY -10 and was not awarded the project and went back to reevaluate th e project to resubmit in 09 FY 10- 11. 20 This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $27,656,994.00; District Contribution $4,502,301.00 / 14% with the source of match being 2008 bond proceeds and a DOLA Grant. NOTE: For the FY2010 -11 BEST Grant Cycle the BEST Board made the decision to recommend a backup project to the State Board for approval for the purpose replacing a BEST Lease -Purchase Grant project that cannot secure -Purchas - their matching funds. Since three BEST Lease e projects could not secure their matching funds, Akron R 1’s Replace Elementary School/Jr High School & High School with PK -12 School project was awarded. -1 / Replace Elementary School/Jr High School & High School with PK -12 School (Back -up Proje ct) Akron R Akron R -1 is requesting funding for a new PK -12 facility to replace two aging school buildings – a 1954 Elementary/Junior High School and a 1964 High School. The current facilities have issues with asbestos, HVAC, The high school students currently have to walk to the elementary/junior plumbing, electrical, and security. high school to use the cafeteria, and there is no security monitoring at the elementary/junior high School. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Gran t $16,389,645.00; District Contribution $7,712,774.00 / 32% with the source of match being a 2010 bond election.

49 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 49 20 11 -12 Grant Projects BEST FY Note: Six of the projects below were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: Ross Montessori School ’s New PK -8 Charter School - unable to provide required match; • Elbert 200 ’s New PK -12 School - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • • Southwest Open C harter School’s HS Improvements at CS - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Lake R -1’s HS Renovation - back -up project, other projects were prioritized above them and there were • not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance; Sheridan 2 ’s MS Renovation & New 3 • - back -up project, other projects were prioritized above -8 School them and there were not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance; • Peyton 23 JT’s HS Addition - back -up project, other projects were prioritized above them and there were not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance. Strasburg 31J / HS ACM Abatement and Carpet Replacement The project is the abatement of Vinyl Asbestos Tile (VAT) which includes the removal of existing carpet, abatement, and then replacement of carpet, rubber base and paint touch up at Strasburg High School. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $79,755.84; District Contribution $67,940.16 or 46% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund. Adams 14 / JrHS Roof Replacement The project is for a roof rep lacement at Adams City Middle School. The project includes the removal of the existing roof, repair and replacement of insulation and decking as necessary, and replacement of damaged interior finishes. The new roof will be a TPO roofing system. This proje ct has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,420,677.00; District Contribution $175,589.00 or 11% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund. Bennett 29J / HS RTU and Roof Replacement This project combines two items; the repl acement of 6 failing 35 year- old HVAC rooftop units (5 at the High School and 1 at the Middle School), which are long past their expected life, with no replacement parts available; and the replacement of a failing/leaking 25 year- old roof on the High Schoo l building. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $246,180.88; District Contribution $313,321.12 or 56% with source of match being financing repaid through the district’s capital reserve fund.

50 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 50 Eaton RE Piping Replacement and Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) Abatement -2 / HS Domestic Water This project will remove friable asbestos piping insulation from tunnels below the high school, which also serve as air plenums supplying air directly to classroom spaces. The corroded and failing steam and domestic hot water piping itself will be replaced in the process. Friable asbestos insulation in the attic of the 1928 building will also be removed and replaced. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $149,6 88.00; District Contribution $266,112.00 or 64% with source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. 1J / HS ACM Abatement and Partial Roof Replacement St. Vrain Valley Re - lude interior asbestos abatement The project is a partial roof replacement at Fredrick High School which will inc of ceilings, transite panels, caulking at fire doors, fume hoods, sinks and vinyl asbestos tile. Additional vinyl asbestos tile located within the facility will also be removed. New finishes will be provided where abatement occurs. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $731,505.00; District Contribution $702,817.00 or 49% with source of match coming from a 2008 Bond balance. Byers 32J / PK -12 School Roof Replacement The project is for a partial roof replacement on the PK -12 School. The project includes demolition, deck repair (if necessary) and interior repair of water damaged areas. Existing foam roof issues are not included in the grant, as the district will repair it with insurance money received from hail damage. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $555,039.06; District Contribution $512,343.74 or 48% with source of match being the district’s general fund. Westminster 50 / ES Roof Replacement (Sunset Ridge ES) The project is the roof replacement at the Sunset Ridge ES. The project will include removal of the existing system down to the deck, insulation and deck repair, replacement and installation of a new EPDM system. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $449,046.00; District Contribution $126,654.00 or 22% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund or balance from a 2006 Bond Election. Sierra Grande R -30 / Reroof a PK -12 Scho ol Sierra Grande R -30 has proposed a project to re -12 facility, to -roof 73,000 SF of the district’s roofing for the PK address expired roofing systems that are causing leaks, damage to the buildings and excessive maintenance problems. The new roofing syst -up roofing and metal panel roofing em is proposed to consist of both built assemblies, and both systems are anticipated to receive 30 -year warranties. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $803,530.77; District Contribution $3 78,132.13 or 32% with source of match being their general fund or a 2011 mill levy override.

51 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 51 Harrison 2 / ES Boiler Replacement (Giberson ES) The project is the district’s #1 priority boiler replacement at the Giberson ES. The original boiler has shut d own on numerous occasions and the district has done what was necessary to get the boiler up and running without closing school. The project is for the replacement of an original boiler with 2 new high efficiency condensing boilers. project has been a warded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $181,565.16; District Contribution $34,583.84 or 16% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund. Kiowa C -2 / Site Work and Roof Replacement The project is for the replacement of the existing EPDM roof at the ES with a new EPDM roof and the repair of the existing metal roof, gutters and downspouts at the HS. Additionally, the project includes the redirecting of -site water away from the perim eter of the building. on This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $459,754.68; District Contribution $634,899.32 or 58% with source of match coming from the district’s general fund. Lewis -Palmer 38 / MS Roof Replacement is for the replacement of the existing EPDM roof at the MS. The project includes the removal of the The project existing roof, repair/replacement of insulation and decking as necessary and installation of a new EPDM roof. project has been awarded BEST Cash fun ding as follows: This Grant $420,497.10; District Contribution $513,940.90 or 55% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund. Bennett 29J / Corridor Community Academy / New K- 8 School Corridor Community Academy's (CCA) facilities are currently comprised of two large modular units which are not only deficient, deteriorating, and past their useful life, but also pose a critical health and life safety issue due to water and mold infiltration, as well as issues with the sanitary sewer syst em. Due to issues related to the deficient temporary modulars, as well as the growing needs of CCA, it has been determined that a permanent replacement school is the correct solution to address their current needs. The new school will be built on new land and will feature standard classrooms, a library/computer room, a kitchen, a cafetorium, and administrative space. The site will also have a playground. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $3,084,180.00; Charter Contribution $2,423,284.00 or 44% with source of ma tch being a 2011 bond election.

52 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 52 Harrison 2 / ES Boiler Replacement (Stratmoor Hills ES) This project is a boiler replacement at Stratmoor Hills ES. The building has the original 1963 boiler and a second one which was added in 1968. The refractories in both boilers have broken down and are causing excessive heat, which is affecting the adjacent kitchen and the electrical equipment located within the boiler room. This project th two new high -efficiency condensing boilers. is for the replacement of the boilers wi project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $206,328.36; District Contribution $39,300.64 or 16% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund. Adams 14 / ES Roof Replacement (Rose Hill ES) The project is for the roof replacement at Rose Hill ES. The project includes the removal of the existing roof, repair/replacement of insulation and decking as necessary and replacement of damaged interior finishes. The will be a TPO roofing system. new roof is project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Th Grant $767,026.92; District Contribution $94,801.08 or 11% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund. Roaring Fork RE -1 / ES Roof Replacement This project addresses replacing the failing roof at Sopris Elementary School. Many of the roof decks are compromised by both age and design and can no longer adequately protect the building, building occupants, etailing to direct water and snow to the drains which causes and equipment. Several areas lack adequate d ponding and moisture intrusion. The moisture intrusion has damaged the walls and ceiling construction within the building environment. Continued moisture exposure of the roof assembly will cause even more damage and decay to the roof decking and structure. Long term decay can lead to possible collapse of the roofing assembly under heavy snow load conditions. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $273,693.96; District Contribution $486,567.04 or 64% with source of match being the district’s general fund. Branson 82 / PK- 12 School Roof Replacement The project is the roof replacement at Branson 82’s historic PK- 12 school building. The project includes the removal of the existing roof, addition of insulation, the repair of the historic masonry parapet cap and installation of a new EPDM roof. A portion of the district’s match comes from a USDA grant. A requirement of that grant was to obtain design/scope approval of the s olution from the State Historical Fund, which has been completed. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $142,068.76 District Contribution $275,780.54 or 66% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund and a USDA Grant.

53 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 53 -1J / ES & JrSr HS Roof Replacements Holyoke RE This project will replace large portions of failing and leaking roofs at the Holyoke Elementary School and Junior/Senior High School. The new roof at the elementary school will be an EPDM roof and t he junior/senior high school will have a three -ply built -up roof. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $982,606.00; District Contribution $711,541.00 or 42% with source of match being financing repaid through the district’s 20 10 mill levy override revenue. -2J / HS Roof Replacement Thompson R This project consists of a partial roof replacement at Loveland High School. The entire roof was replaced in 1991 and 1993, and these portions are experiencing failure due to age, with leaks causing various forms of water and moisture damage. Roughly half of the roof area will be replaced in accordance with district’s roof replacement schedule, in order to prevent further damage. project has been awarded This BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $496,650.00; District Contribution $658,350.00 or 57% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. Adams 14 / ES Roof Replacement (Central ES) This project is for the roof replacement at Central ES. The project includes the removal of the existing roof, repair/ replacement of insulation and decking as necessary and replacement of damaged interior finishes. The new roof will be a TPO roofing system. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $742,031.00 ; District Contribution $91,711.00 or 11% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund. Colorado Springs 11 / Fire Alarm Replacement at (2) ES The project is for the replacement of the fire alarm systems at Madison and Monroe elementary scho ols. The existing system has deficient horns and strobes, and the smoke detection and pull stations do not meet code. As the elementary schools serve students with visual and auditory impairments and the existing system does not provide adequate notificati on of conditions to allow for safe egress from the facilities. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $98,560.00; District Contribution $77,440.00 or 44% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund. St rasburg 31J / Replace Kitchen Floor The project is for the replacement/repair of an epoxy floor and base located in the kitchen at Strasburg Elementary School. The project includes removal the damaged floor, which will be replaced with new epoxy flooring w ith control joints, then finished with a urethane coating. The district anticipates the repair will last an additional 20 years. Tri- County Health has given the district notice to correct. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $9,508.32; District Contribution $8,099.68 or 46% with source of match being district’s capital reserve fund.

54 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 54 Wray RD -2 / MS Partial Roof and Exhaust Fan Replacement This project involves replacement and repair of failing roof sections at Buchanan Middle School. Three aged and failing exhaust fans and their curbs will also be replaced simultaneously to prevent further contribution to roof -purpose building is leaks and provide required exhaust air. The roof on their 1974 pre -engineered metal multi eriencing failure at lap seams and will be repaired. also exp project has been awarded This BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $66,603.90; District Contribution $54,494.10 or 45% with source of match being the district’s current mill levy override. Holyoke RE -1J / ES & JrSr HS Renovations This project will replace two aged and failing boilers to reliably meet the heating demand in the elementary school. This project will also increase the electrical capacity of the classrooms at both the elementary and high schoo l to relieve overstressed electrical demands, and will replace and relocate an outdated and poorly located emergency gas shut -off into the inside of the two science classrooms. Additionally, the project includes an updated fire alarm system to a fully addressable system, to adequately alert students and assist responders in the event of a fire. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $537,665.80; District Contribution $389,344.20 or 42% with source of match being financing repaid through the district’s mill levy override revenue. Harrison 2 / Replace Boilers at (3) ES The project will replace the boilers at Bricker, Oak Creek, and Wildflower Elementary Schools. The district is concerned with the ability to keep each boiler running, as various components are failing. Each school has one boiler and if one were to fail, th e district would have to close school during the inclement weather season. The district will add new efficient condensing boilers to the existing system. Boilers will be sized to allow the domestic hot water system to run off the boilers. As each school is similar in design, the district will address all three school’s needs and is expecting to see a savings in equipment and possibly construction costs due to the economies of scale. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,113,816.48; District Contribution $212,155.52 or 16% with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund. Sanford 6J / Major PK- 12 Renovations Sanford 6J has proposed a project to retain the most recent 2002 addition of their facility and to demolish/replace several aging portions of the facility. The proposed project addresses multiple issues which include: mold, structural, air quality, unsupervised entries, educational suitability and site safety. The proposed project reduces the total square feet from 118,587 to 88,357, thereby reducing the building footprint and any associated O & M costs for the facility. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $20,831,582.00; District Contribution $1,197,335.00 or 5.44%, with source of match being a 2011 bond election .

55 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 55 -2 / Paradox Valley Charter School / PK- 8 CS Renovation and Addition West End Re Paradox Valley Charter School’s original building was built in 1952 with a standalone gym addition in 1964. T he building is not ADA compliant, is overcrowded and over utilized. The kitchen is undersized for their population, and the school has health and safety concerns in almost every part of the school. There is no administrative presence in the front entrance , which poses security concerns. The existing gym is antiquated, extremely inefficient, and is structurally unsound. Paradox plans to demolish the standalone gym and add an attached auditorium/gymnasium to the main building, which will also expand the kitc hen/cafeteria area. The mechanical/electrical systems are to be updated throughout the school and the classrooms and administrative offices will be reconfigured for better learning, security and egress. A small addition will be added to the front of uilding to extend the library and create a secure entry to the school, complete with an administrative point the b of contact. The building will also become ADA compliant. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $ 2,465,319.00; Char ter Contribution $304,702.00 or 11% with source of match being private foundations, private donors and capital reserve fund. Prairie RE -12 School -11 / New PK Prairie School District RE -11 will replace the majority of their significantly deteriorated and e ducationally st inadequate facility with a 21 century, high performing, school. The current facility is experiencing severe roof membrane failures, a deteriorated fire alarm system, fire separation inadequacies, a lack of security features and entry control , inadequate electrical service, a lack of mechanical ventilation and daylight to classrooms, technology shortfalls, inadequate classroom sizes, disruptive adjacencies, and multiple other educational suitability deficiencies. -11 will renovate th eir existing small gymnasium into a multi- purpose space and Prairie RE construct a new school facility on site to replace the remainder of the school. The replacement facility will include a new regulation ience lab, and distance -sized gymnasium, classroom spaces, a library/media center, sc learning room, along with the administrative offices for the district and school. project has been awarded This Purchase funding as follows: BEST Lease- Grant $13,021,851.00; District Contribution $3,457,066.00 or 20.98%, with sour ce of match being a November 2011 bond election . Eagle County Re -50 / Eagle County Charter Academy / New K- 8 School The Eagle County Charter Academy project is to replace their modular buildings, which make up their existing school facility. The existing modulars pose many health and safety concerns, due to their age and condition. Issues include: mold and student safety in certain weather conditions as they move from modular to modular. st The proposed project is a new 45,000 SF, K- 8, 21 Century school fac ility. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: Grant $9,302,653.00; Charter Contribution $2,937,679.00 or 24%, as an approved waiver request (match required 56%) with the source of their match being $2,000,000 from Eagle County Re -50J school district Bond Election 2006 contributions, general fund, and capital campaign.

56 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 56 Jefferson County R -1 / Rocky Mountain Deaf School / New PK- 12 Deaf School The Rocky Mountain Deaf School’s (RMDS) current facility has several condition and educational deficiencies, is undersized, and is located in a strip mall. This poses safety/security issues for the students and is not effectively catering to the specialized needs of deaf and hard of hearing students. RMDS’s solution to these issues is a new facility. The proposed building is a one story facility, which includes the necessary educational components for deaf and hard of hearing preschoolers through 12th graders – instructional spaces such as classrooms, art rooms and science labs; ad ministrative offices; and core facilities such as a library and gymnasium which will be used by the school and community members after- hours and on weekends. RMDS differs from a typical mainstream school by its inclusion of unique support components within the school. Spaces such as the Spoken Language Program (SLP) rooms, Individualized Education Program (IEP) rooms, Occupational/Physical Therapy room, Sensory environments and Outreach/Transition rooms are just a l to fulfill the Special Needs requirements of their student sampling of rooms essential in a Deaf schoo population. This site will also have a playground. This BEST Lease- Purchase * funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $12,918,446.00; Charter Contribution $500,000 or 3.73% with sou rce of match being Boettcher *This project was switched Foundation, Anschutz Foundation, Gates Foundation and a capital campaign. from a BEST Lease -13. -Purchase project to a BEST Cash grant project in FY2012 -12 School Big Sandy 100J / New PK The Big Sandy School District’s project is for the replacement of the existing school facility with a new school on donated/purchased land. The existing school facility has many health, safety, access and educational suitability issues, due to the age and existing sit e configuration of the pod buildings. The district proposes to replace the st existing school with a ~83,000 SF new 21 -12 School. The district has investigated utility service and Century PK road improvements, as they will impact the project budget and has provided allowances to cover anticipated site improvement costs. project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: This Grant $23,666,487.00; District Contribution $2,900,663.00 or 10.92%, with a statutory waiver and the source of their ember 2011 . match being a successful Bond Election Nov Ellicott 22 / Replace Existing MS The Ellicott 22 School District’s project is for the replacement of the existing middle school facility, with a new middle school on the existing site. The existing school has many health and safety issues due the age and condition of the facility. There are also roof and site conditions which impact the occupants in the facility. The district has two aged modulars that house preschool, which will be removed so the s tudents can be relocated into the new middle school. The project also includes the relocation of administrative offices and district’s technology HUB from modulars, which have health and safety issues and structural conditions. The new middle st school is a 21 Century 70,000 SF facility, with an additional 3,000 SF for administration. project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: This Grant $15,885,491.00; District Contribution $2,373,694.00 or 13% with the source of their match being a successful Bond Election Nov 2011 . NOTE: $1,574,695 in State funds were added to the project the ember following year (FY2012 -13) to cover costs for Davis -Bacon Prevailing Wages.

57 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 57 -8 Charter School CSI / Ross Montessori /New PK Ross Montessori School is pursuing a BEST grant for the construction of a new school. The current location and modulars do not have sprinkler systems, fire doors, or a telephone system/intercom that allows for communication between the buildings. There are no solid foundations u nder any of the modular buildings and the electrical system is unsafe and defective. The HVAC system is ineffective and highly inefficient. The siding is bowed in numerous places and water infiltration is apparent in all of the modular buildings. The rain gutters ice up in the winter and ice damming is evident. Three modular buildings have no water supply or sanitation facilities and two of them are not handicapped accessible. The existing sewer system is inefficient, causing toilets to back up weekly and sewer lines have had to be cleared routinely. Finally, the school building is located directly over a main sewer line. The new school design aims to maximize usage of each square foot of the t to minimize building costs was considered during facility. Maximum efficiency with minimal facility footprin each step of the design phase. As a result, the building is designed to be two stories and configured in an efficient rectangular shape oriented for passive solar. It will feature 12 classrooms, a gym, a multipurpose/cafeteria room, art, music, science rooms, break out rooms, administration spaces, a playground and a library. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: 44% with source of match being a capital campaign, Grant $6,640,933.04; Charter Contribution $5,217,875.96 or other grants, CSI funds. Idalia RJ -3 / Major PK- 12 Renovations/Replacement This project replaces a large portion of their deteriorating and disjointed complex with a new facility more st suitable for a 21 century educational environment. The current facility is experiencing failing roof membranes and associated water damage, a lack of required fire separations or fire protection, a deteriorated fire alarm system, unsecured entries, a lack of ventilation air, inadequate and non -compliant electrical distribution, disruptive adjacencies, and an overall deteriorated condition due to age and prior funding limitations. They will renovate their gymnasium/cafeteria building, which was constructed in 1995 with limit ed community funds, and replace the remainder of the school through phased construction on -site, providing the district with a more compact and efficient building for the future. The new facility includes new classrooms, science lab, computer lab, distance learning, a library/media center, multi- purpose room, and administrative offices for the school and district. Th BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: is project has been awarded ource of match being a Novemb er Grant $11,162,671.00; District Contribution $3,870,029.00 or 25.74% with s 2011 bond election. Montezuma -Cortez RE -1 / Southwest Open Charter School / HS Improvements at CS Southwest Open School has proposed a project for 37,171 SF of new facilities to replace existing aging modular units. The pr oject includes a new 10,000 SF gym/commons building. One 2,558 SF 2003 brick and mortar facility will remain, and the remainder of the campus will be demolished and replaced with new facilities in order to improve health and safety conditions including st ructural issues, address educational suitability issues, and to provide permanent buildings for the 176 students of this alternative high school campus rather than the current mobile home facilities. project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase fundi ng as follows: This Grant $ 7,424,818.00; Charter Contribution $3,494,032.00 or 32% with source of match being a 2011 bond election .

58 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 58 Boulder Valley Re -8 Charter School / K -8 CS Renovations and Addition -2 (BVSD) / Horizons K In 1996, Horizons K -8 School became a charter school within BVSD and developed a K -8 program in the former Burke Elementary School. The building was originally constructed in 1959 and was initially intended to serve solely as an elementary school facility. There have been no major ren ovations or redevelopment of the existing facility, other than the reassignment of existing spaces to meet the needs of a K- 8 program operating in an elementary school, and the acquisition in 2000 of three temporary modulars currently housing six classroom s. The facility has several health and safety issues and is over- crowed. Their roof is past its useful life as are the modulars they utilize daily. This project would renovate their facility to be aligned with the minimum standards of health and safety deemed acceptable by the State’s school facility construction guidelines. The renovations and addition to their facility would also address issues of overcrowding and current code violations, while promoting a learning environment more conducive to meeting -8 program. the educational suitability needs of a K This BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $5,067,761.76; Charter Contribution $916,982.24 or 15.32% with source of match being 2006 bond and a capital campaign. proceeds, Mill Levy proceeds -12 School Elbert 200 / New PK The Elbert 200 School District’s project is for the replacement of the existing PK- 12 facility with a new PK -12 school on the existing site. The existing school facility has many health and safety is sues due the age and condition of the existing facility. There are also roof and site conditions which impact the occupants in the facility. The district applied for the project FY10 -11 and was awarded the project but did not pass their 2010 matching mone y bond election. Since the original application the district has completed their initial investigation into site costs resulting from relocating the existing entrance thru town to a safer access point. st 12 Sch These new costs have been included. The new PK- ool is a 21 Century 70,000 SF facility. BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: project has been awarded This Grant $16,279,437.00; District Contribution $3,684,048.00 or 18.45% as a waiver request with the source of 2011 and $500,000 fro m the district’s building fund. their match being a successful Bond Election in November -1 / High School Renovation Lake R This is a project that addresses health/safety, overcrowding and technology needs by renovating the existing th th Lake County High School and including an addition to house the 7 & 8 grade students (currently located in Lake County Middle School). The deficiencies identified by the health inspector which limit the programming capabilities of the science labs will be addressed. The fire sprin kler system is not functional and will be repaired. The fire alarm system itself also will be brought up to code. The exterior doors (including hardware) and windows will be upgraded to improve the thermal envelope and to help mediate security issues. The electrical st system is at capacity and will be replaced to support the program for 21 century learning and technology. The food service equipment will be replaced. These issues along with other ADA, security, and traffic flow issue will be addressed. This project has been awarded as a back -up for BEST Lease -Purchase funding as follows: Grant $ 15,290,831.00; District Contribution $ 12,014,223.00 or 44% with source of m atch being a 2011 bond election.

59 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 59 -8 School Sheridan 2 / MS Renovation & New 3 The Sher idan 2 School District’s project is a new 3 -8 school which will include students from the existing middle school and Ft. Login Elementary School on the existing site of the districts early childhood center (ECC). The existing middle school is adjacent Fed eral Blvd. Due to the middle school population and their access directly to Federal numerous safety issues have occurred and serious accidents. The district will relocate the middle school -8 and relocate the Early Childhood Center to the west side of the existing middle school students to the new 3 which has access off side streets and administration to the east side. Ft. Login will be taken off line and possibly st leased to other entities. The new 3 -8 will be 21 Century 116,857 SF facility. projec t has been awarded This Purchase financing as follows: BEST Lease- Grant $21,534,235.00; District Contribution $6,800,284.00 or 24% with the source of their match being a 2011 successful Bond Election in November . Ignacio 11 JT / Renovation/Addition of (e) MS to become K -5 -JT has proposed a project to abandon their existing 1948 K -3 ES, and relocate the students to the Ignacio 11 existing 1987 intermediate 4 -6 school, changing the existing intermediate school into a K -5 facility. The an addition of 21,876 SF to the existing intermediate school, and remodel of 35,717 proposed project includes SF. The project will address existing health, safety, code upgrades, HVAC upgrades, exterior envelope tability issues at the proposed K- 5 improvements, site improvements, finish upgrades, and educational sui facility. This project has been awarded Purchase funding as follows: BEST Lease- Grant $5,817,669.00; District Contribution $ 9,099,431.00 or 61% with source of match being a 2011 bond election. NOTE: $1,076,188.00 in State funds were added to the project the following year (FY2012 -13) to cover costs for Davis- Bacon Prevailing Wages. Peyton 23 JT / HS Addition Peyton 23 JT School District’s project is a middle school addition to the existing high school. In 2009, the district took the original middle school offline due to many health and safety issues with the aging facility. The local fire marshal was in support of the district taking the facility offline and moving students. th th The district relocated 6 nts to the existing elementary school and 7 -8 grade students to the high grade stude school in modulars . As a result the relocation has caused additional health and safety concerns and the district’s educational program has been altered to no longer provide for ES PK -8 and HS 9 -12. The -5, MS 6 -11 cycle but did not pass their 2010 matching money bond election by district was awarded the project in FY 10 st a “few” votes. The new middle school addition will be a 21 Century 21,830 SF facility attached as a separate wing to the existing high school. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: Grant $3,230,722.00; District Contribution $2,643,318.00 or 45% with the source of their match be ing a successful Bond Election in Nov ember 2011 .

60 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 60 Englewood 1/ MS Renovation & Addn. to Convert to Alt HS The Englewood 1 School District’s project is the closing of the existing Colorado’s Finest Alternative High School (CFAHS) 18,900 SF and relocating the high school students to the renovated middle school. The current location entary school (ES) built in 1971 with open planned classrooms. The ES facility has for CFAHS is an existing elem many health and particularly safety concerns and isn’t appropriate for high school pupils. Additionally there is no on site access to the facility except for parking. All access to the facility is off an adjacent street. There are no outside activities for high school students. The project will renovate an existing middle school to accommodate CFAHS students. The existing facility was determined to be feasible for renova tion and reuse. The existing middle school is 97,800 SF and this project includes a minor entrance addition to provide a secured entrance. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: Grant $9,220,857.00; District Contributio n $8,176,986.00 or 47% with the source of their match being a 2011 . successful Bond Election in November

61 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 61 -13 Grant Projects BEST FY2012 Note: Two of the projects below were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: West En d RE- 2’s PK -12 School Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • Ross • -8 School Replacement - unable to provide required match. Montessori School’s K Brighton 27J / HS ACM Abatement The district is requesting a grant to assist with the abatement of Brighton High School Auditorium which was built in 1953. Currently the ceilin g which contains asbestos is falling down and district has to shut the Auditorium. This project includes replacement of ceiling and building systems that are impacted by the abatement process. As a requirement of the Fire Department a fire sprinkler system will be added. project has been awarded This BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 626,789.80; District Contribution $ 337,502.20 or 35% with source of match being district’s Capital Projects fund. Arriba -Flagler C- 20 / HVAC Repairs and Upgrades This pr oject replaces failing mechanical systems at the Arriba Flagler PK -12 School. The original 1954 wing of the school is served by a steam boiler system that has deteriorated to the point of near failure, with leaking steam pipes, unheated corridors, and no m echanical ventilation causing poor indoor air quality and an environment for mold. The 1964 wing of the building is served by an aging hot water boiler system, which is incorrectly sized, echanical ventilation. This wing also causing large temperature swings and excessive cost, as well as no m includes a pool area with a non -functioning ventilation system, leading to poor indoor air quality and a lack of negative pressure, causing strong pool fumes to accumulate and migrate into neighboring teaching spaces. The project replaces the steam heating system in the 1954 wing with packaged rooftop units, heats the Gym, Ag shop, and a locker area with infrared gas fired heaters, replaces the 1964 wing boiler, and adds mechanical ventilation throughout. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: grant $557,675.52; district contribution $313,692.48 or 36% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve and general fund. Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind / Upgrade Lighting and Communication Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (CSDB) is requesting assistance with the upgrading of the existing classroom lighting and building communication. The existing classroom lighting system does not provide low arning environments. Lighting is critical to a low vision student and can vision students with appropriate le impact students differently. The existing rooms have been modified to suit the special needs of these students by adding additional lighting, however the extension cords serving the lighting have in turn created a tripping Additionally CSDB is requesting to provide a communication and fire hazard, and are not a permanent solution. system that is both audible and visual to accommodate the special needs of the students. This project ha s been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $741,581.00 ; Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind Contribution $ 0 or 0% match.

62 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 62 Park RE -2 / Roof Replacements The district was previously awarded a FY2010 -11 grant for the replacement of the HS and reno vation of Midway and Edith Teter buildings. At the time of the application it was not identified that the roofs at each of the facilities in fact had leaking issues. There is $4.0 million of renovation within the facilities as a result of the previous grant. It is necessary that the roofs be replaced to protect the existing facility and renovation work. The roofs currently do leak. The project includes an EPDM roof and a shingled roof. Costs include tear off, design, owner’s rep fees and labor and materials project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $ 156,928.32; District Contribution $ or 68% with source of match being financing through the 333,472.68 district’s General fund and the sale of some district owned buildings. James Irwin Charter High School / Replace (18) HS RTU & Control Upgrade This project is for the replacement of 18 roof top units on the high school portion of the building and a new tem. The project includes control system for the entire building’s heating, ventilation, & air conditioning sys removal of their current failing units which are long past their current expected life. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant 413,283.93; Charter School Contribution 61,755.07 or 13% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. Lake R -1 / ES Mechanical Repairs This is a project that addresses health and safety by renovating the existing West Park Elementary School (WPES) mechanical system. The current situation at WPES has become an emerg ency project. The domestic water and heat distribution piping is leaking and beyond repair. Much of the piping is in the slab and not accessible. The piping that is accessible is so deteriorated that repairs are difficult if not impossible. If the District doesn’t fix the system before next winter the piping could freeze and the entire system could fail, causing the temporary closure of the facility. At the time of this project the applicant would also replace distribution pumps e beyond their useful life and currently failing. Some unit ventilators are not and unit ventilators that ar functional and repairs are impossible because parts are no longer available due to the age of the system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $94 0,500.00; District Contribution $709,500.00 or 43% with the source of match being their Capital Reserve Fund. -1-J / ES & HS Gym Roof Replacement Crowley RE This project is to replace several existing failing roof systems at their elementary school and hig h school gym with new roofing assemblies designed to provide positive roof slope to accommodate a minimum of 90 MPH winds and to include a 30 -year warranty. Per the grant application, a limited restoration of the noted roofs intended to extend the life of the roofs by 5 years was installed in 2004 and has now expired . This project recommended for BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $630,306.05; District contribution $257,448.95 or 29% with source of match being the district’s Capital Reserve Fund.

63 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 63 gins RE -50(J) / ES & HS Roof Replacements Wig This project is a re -roof of failing portions of the Wiggins Elementary School and High School buildings. The e High Elementary School roof is failing, with heavy, wet roof insulation board causing structural concerns. Th School roof decks affected are Sprayed Polyurethane Foam roofs, which are currently saturated, blistered, and at too low a slope to effectively drain water away. Both roof areas are experiencing leaks throughout. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $694,401.20; District Contribution $243,978.80 or 26% with source of match being the district’s General Fund. Cheyenne Mountain Charter Academy / Re -Work Main Entry, HVAC Upgrade, Door Replacement This project is to fix three major issues with their elementary school building. The first is to remodel the front entrance of the building. Currently there is no vestibule, no space for traffic flow, poor line of sight and no line of sight security. The plan is to remedy those issues. The second is to fix their HVAC system. Several units are beyond their useful life and of those some have failed. Additionally, there is also no fresh air coming into the e last item is to replace their exterior doors, which are currently facility causing high levels of carbon dioxide. Th damaged, rusted, inefficient and have no security controls in place. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $372,472.71; Charter School Contribution $238,138. 29 or 39% with source of match being charter school’s Capital Reserve Fund. Lone Star 101 / PK -12 Roof, HVAC, Code Project This project is a metal roof retrofit, HVAC modification, and partial kitchen renovation in the Lone Star School district. The Lone Star PK -12 school is experiencing a failure of its metal roofing to prevent water intrusion, resulting in a series of leaks throughout. In addition, ventilation from the gym into the neighboring cafeteria plenum space, rather than the exterior, is causing excessive condensation, leading to additional water damage. The kitchen has also been cited for violating a variety of fire safety requirements, as well as health code -roof the majority of the metal buildin violations. This grant application proposes to re g, ventilate the gymnasium directly to the exterior, and renovate the kitchen to address each of the health and fire safety code violations. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $278,914.39; District Contribution $401,364.61 or 59% with source of match being the district’s General Fund. Lotus School for Excellence / Roof Replacement/Repairs; HVAC; Gym Floor This project is to fix three issues at their campus. The first is to repair and/or replace portions of their existing roof. The current roof is leaking in several places and will be repaired, where repairable, and sections will be replaced with a 60 mil EPDM roofing system. The second is to repair and/or replace several roof top units and other components of their HVAC syst em. The last item is to replace their damaged and cracking gym floor. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $490,118.40; Charter School Contribution $20,421.60 or 4% with source of match being charter school’s general fund.

64 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 64 Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind / Partial Roof Replacement Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind (CSDB) is requesting the replacement of the existing built - up roof at the Hubert Work Gym over the 1983 section only. The roof is currently leak ing. Efforts to patch and repair are no longer successful and the roof continues to leak and new leaks are occurring. CSDB is replacing the existing roof with a new built up roof. Costs for the project include design, removal of the existing roof and skylights, asbestos review, the replacement of the existing skylights and the installation of a new roof system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 360,609.00; Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind Contribution $0 or 0% match. Grant $ Byers 32J / VoAg Improvements Byer 32J is requesting a roof replacement, floor material abatement and replacement, ceiling and window replacement in the districts Vocational Building. The building has constant leaking of the metal roof resulting in g damage, vinyl asbestos floor tile that has been disturbed and is in a condition that does not allow the tile ceilin to remain, and windows that allow air infiltration. Additionally the district has been sighted by the Division of Fire Safety for the lack of a F ire Alarm system. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $94,630.27; District Contribution $98,492.73 or 51% with source of match coming from their General Fund. St Vrain RE 1J / ES Roof and Boiler Replacement, Asbestos Removal, and Associated Finishes The district is requesting funds to replace the existing 4 Ply Built Up roof and to address asbestos concerns. The existing roof is out of warranty and is leaking. The roof will be replaced with a 4 Ply Built -Up Roof, R30 I nsulation and sheet metal where required. The existing boiler will be abated where asbestos containing material (ACM) is delaminating on pipe wrap, flue and gaskets and the boiler will be replaced as it is beyond is life expectancy and is starting to fail and repair is not feasible. The request also includes the removal and replacement of ACM drywall ceilings that have been damaged due to the leaking of the roof and to remove asbestos overspray that has been identified in the existing ductwork. proje ct has been awarded This BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 932,526.72; District Contribution $ 1,010,237.28 or 52% with source of match coming from the district’s balance from a 2008 Bond Election. Liberty J -4 / PK -12 Roof Replacement This project is a roof -12 school. The metal roof is replacement of a failing roof at the Liberty School District’s PK failing due to poor design, low quality, and age, with seams and prior repairs failing to prevent leaks, and evidence of wind uplift. As a result, the school is plagued by a significant number of leaks, often causing class schedules to change to avoid areas of excessive leaking. This grant application proposes to retrofit the existing roof with a new over- framed metal roof of higher quality and at an increased sl ope. This project has been awarded BEST cash funding as follows: Grant $262,840.20; District Contribution $362,969.80, or 58% with source of match being the district’s General Reserve Fund.

65 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 65 -1 / Update Fire Alarms in (3) -ES Canon City RE The existing fire alarm was installed in the 1950’s when the 3 Elementary Schools were built. The systems are now difficult to maintain/ parts are not available, the systems have limited pull stations/ horns and smoke -addressable, cannot call out detectors. In addition the systems do not have strobes or duct detectors, are non nor are the systems monitored. The Canon City Fire Protection District is in support of the need. This project has been awarded BEST cash funding as follows: Grant $ 209,653.60; District Contribution $112,890.40 or 35% with source of match being their Capital Reserve/ Capital Projects Fund. -4J / Jr/Sr HS Fire Alarm Replacement Fowler R The proposed project is to replace a fire alarm that is original to the 1954 building, and does not func tion properly. The fire alarm system in the gymnasium is not working, and a new fire alarm system is proposed at this location. The project will also add a fire alarm system to the Ag building. The proposed project would replace the deficient systems wi th a new, remote- monitored system. The pull stations and wiring will be replaced. Existing horns will be replaced with combination horns/strobes. This project has been awarded BEST cash funding as follows: Grant $50,817.81; District Contribution $22,831. 19, or 31% with source of match being the district’s Capital Reserve Fund. West End RE -2 / PK -12 School Replacement The proposed project for the West End RE -2 school district is to consolidate the 1971 PK -8 school in the town of -12 high school in the town of Nucla onto one campus at the Nucla high school location. Naturita and the 1954 9 A historic stone building will be renovated at the HS location to include the district administrative offices and the ccessibility issues, security issues, parking/bus drop off school’s art studios. Both campuses have numerous a issues, deficiencies with the electrical system, and energy efficiency issues. The gym at the K- 8 facility is degrading and has structural concerns with the exterior portion of the arched beams. The proposed new facility at the Nucla campus will address the current deficiencies noted at both the high school and elementary school facilities. project has been awarded BEST Lease This -Purchase financing as follows: Grant $ 12,980,172.00; District Con tribution $8,930,939.00 or 41% with source of match coming from a November 2012 bond election. Pikes Peak BOCES / Replace Special and Alternative Needs School chool District. Pikes Peak BOCES is requesting assistance with purchasing an existing school from the Harrison S Pikes Peak BOCES submitted a previous application for a new facility which wasn’t recommended for award by the State Board. After reconsidering their options Pikes Peak BOCES evaluated 3 existing school facilities. The selected facility is the Gorman Center which currently houses Harrison programs and a BOCES program. In addition to purchasing the existing facility the facility is in need of some renovation related to building systems, code compliance, and minor revisions to provide for the specific programs that Pikes Peak BOCES provides. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 11,930,727.00; BOCES Contribution $604,182.00 or 5% with source of match being from the General Fund or the sale of the administration building.

66 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 66 Elbert 200 / Replacement of Existing PK -12 School Elbert 200 is requesting the replacement of their existing PK- 12 School. The existing school has many health and safety issues related to the age and deficiencies in the plan and site conditions . The existing school has drainage issues that have resulted in foundation concerns, limited required egress from the classrooms, and leaking within the facility. Modular classrooms are being used to house students ages 3 -5 that do not meet the uirements for younger students. This has resulted in the students moving from the modular minimum req classrooms to various points on the campus numerous times during the day. The current configuration of the site access does not allow for separation of traffic and pe destrians. Students cross traffic when they are in route to outside physical activities. project has been awarded This Purchase funding as follows: BEST Lease- Grant $ 3,374,635.00 or 16%, with source of match being a N ovember 2012 17,303,278.00; District Contribution $ . The district is also providing a cash match of $500,000.00 that will come from the district’s bond election General Fund. Sheridan 2 / Replace ECC and Renovate MS -8 School and the Sheridan 2 School District is resubmitting a grant application to request assistance for a new 3 remodel of approx. 27,000 SF of their existing Middle School where the Early Childhood Center will be located once the new 3 -8 is built. The district has completed the due diligence to review the previous application and eliminated 14,000 SF from the original 3 -8 and now includes the remodel of the Middle School to become ECC and administration within the same budget as presented last year. The grant project is to address the health and safety concerns at Ft. Logan Elemen tary School which will be decommissioned and to address the health and safety issues at the Middle School specifically the proximity of middle school students to Federal Blvd. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: $23,011,513.00; District Contribution $6,490,426.00 or 22%, with source of match being a 2012 bond Grant . election Lake R -1 / HS Renovation and Addition This is a project that addresses health and safety, overcrowding and technology needs by renovating th e existing th th & 8 grade students currently located in Lake County High School and providing an addition to house the 7 Lake County Middle School. The deficiencies identified by the health inspector which limit the programming abs will be addressed. The fire sprinkler system is not functional and will be repaired. capabilities of the science l The fire alarm system itself also will be brought up to code. The exterior doors, hardware, and windows will be upgraded to improve the thermal envelope and to help el iminate security issues. The electrical system is at st capacity and will be replaced to support the program for 21 century learning and technology. The food service equipment will be replaced. These issues along with other ADA, security, and traffic flow issue will be addressed. This BEST Lease -Purchase financing as follows: project has been awarded Grant $15,107,624.00; District Contribution $11,396,979.00 or 43% with source of match being a 2012 bond election .

67 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 67 -3 / HS Renovation with ES Addition Platte Valley RE This project is a PK -12 addition and renovation. The district’s facilities consist of two deteriorating school buildings in two neighboring towns. The Elementary School in Sedgwick suffers from a variety of health and safety hazards, including inadequate emergency egress, noncompliant fire alarms, health violations and safety issues in the kitchen, structural concerns, and failing original plaster ceilings. The High School in Ovid is a historic Temple Buell designed building in better condition, but has a lack of visual security, structural failure in a music modular, high CO2 levels in classrooms due to ineffective mechanical systems, an unsecured site, and is generally deteriorated due to its age. The district proposes to turn the current high school site into an efficient st 21 -12 school through renovation of the historical building and an elementary addition. century PK project has been awarded Purchase financing as follows: This BEST Lease- Grant $9,322,386.00; District Contribution $5,719,830.00 or 38% with source of match being a 2012 Bond Election. -23 / Replace ES & HS with New PK -12 School Hi Plains R This project is a new school replacement for Hi Plains School District. Hi Plains consists of two facilities in two neighboring to wns. Both facilities are significantly deteriorating beyond the capacity of the district to repair. Items of specific concern include structural concerns in the high school cafeteria and roof decking, leaking roofs, lack of fire rated corridors, poor security and access control, outdated and overloaded mechanical and electrical systems, as well as numerous educational suitability issues throughout both schools. In addition, the district’s ulting from having two separate schools. enrollment does not support the square footage and inefficiencies res st The district proposes to replace both schools with a single, more compact, high performing 21 Century educational facility. project has been awarded BEST Lease- This Purchase financing as follows: Grant $14,170,93 5.00; District Contribution $2,851,230.00 or 17% with source of match being a 2012 Bond Election. Dolores RE -4A / Votech/Science Replacement, Safety/Security Upgrades & Classroom Addition & Misc Other The proposed project is to address safety and overcrow ding issues at the PK -12 campus. The district has proposed several different scopes of work includin building that has g: replacement of a votech and science structural, mechanical, electrical, roofing, and ADA issues, addition of 4 classrooms in order to move the students out of modular buildings, addition of a bus loop, correction of exterior drainage which is causing ice buildup in high traffic areas, creation of a bus loop/gravel parking lot, and adding fire sprinklers to the areas of the campus that do not currently have them. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $2,618,558.10; District Contribution $3,471,111.90 or 57% with source of match being a 2012 bond election.

68 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 68 Lamar RE -ES & (1) -MS -2 / Boiler Replacements at (2) The proposed project includes replacement of the boilers at the district’s 2 elementary schools and the middle school. The application states that the district is using 1 ES boiler at a time, and alternates boilers based on which boiler has “created enough rust to close the leak”. Once they start using the boiler, the leaks come back and they must rotate boilers again. The proposed project is to replace the existing steam boilers with hot water boilers, replace a chiller, replace 1951 piping & insulation, update system controls with a web -based system, and provide CO2 monitors to monitor indoor air quality. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $1,782,374.30; District Contribution $473,795.70 or 21% with source of match being the district’s Capital Projects Fund. Otis R -3 / PK -12 School Replacement Otis plans to replace both the ES and Jr/Sr High School building with one consolidated campus located where their current Elementary school is located. Major deficiencies include: the exterior walls of these buildings suffer from significant moisture dete rioration and are not insulated; the windows are beyond their useful life and have moisture and air infiltration creating conditions ideal for bacteria growth; the HVAC systems are over 50 years old and due to the lack of suitable temperature controls, the operable windows must be used for temperature regulation; the building heating system is comprised of old radiators and a central gas fired hot water boiler; pipe insulation is significantly deteriorated or non -existent and numerous piping leaks exist; bu ildings and restrooms are non -ADA compliant; students have classes in below ground classrooms with very little natural daylight, exterior views or ventilation. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: strict Contribution $2,806,495.00 or 14%, with source of match being a November 2012 Grant $17,779,491.00; Di . bond election Ft. Morgan RE -3 / HS Boiler Replacement and HVAC Upgrades This project is a boiler, piping, and partial HVAC replacement at Fort Morgan High School. The he ating plant at the school is severely under capacity, leading to an inability to adequately heat portions of the building on cold days. In addition, ventilation air dampers have been blocked off in order to prevent pipe freezing due to a lack of glycol in the system, control valves at terminal heating devices are leaking, and combustion air cannot be heated in the boiler room. Attempts to add glycol were abandoned due to leaks in the original piping and fittings. This has led to poor indoor air quality due to a lack of fresh air. This project proposes to replace a failing boiler and add additional boiler capacity with appropriately designed sealed combustion in order to meet the heating demands, as well as replace piping and add glycol to the system to preve nt pipe freezing and provide ventilation air to the classrooms. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,097,528.00; District Contribution $274,382.00, or 20% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund.

69 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 69 -31 / Replace Primary Wing of ES Buena Vista R This is a project that addresses health and safety, indoor air quality, overcrowding and other issues, by replacing the primary education wing at Avery Parsons ES and renovating remaining deficient spaces. Curre ntly the school is dealing with a number of issues including roofs leaking above friable asbestos, which causes water damage , poor indoor air quality due to outdat ed and failing unit ventilators, egress safety issue due repairs to be costly to ice damming at exterior doors, sanitary sewer back up issues due to improper slo pe during original construction, overheated electrical circuits, and overcrowding issues due to fire hazards due to overloaded and the addition of full day kindergarten classes. ed replacement wing would address all of these issues, The propos utilize the existing site and bring the existing kindergarten under the same roof. Renovation work would correct the remaining deficiencies throughout the site. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $2,297,581.28; District Contribution $4,460,010.72 or 66% with source of match being a 2012 bond election. Genoa- Hugo C113 / PK -12 Addition and Renovation This project is a PK -12 renovation and addition. The original north wing of the Genoa Hugo PK -12 School was built in 1965 on poor soils, with a structural system that has not adequately controlled movement over the life of the building. Currently the floor slab, particularly in the north wing, rises and falls several inches thr oughout, causing tilted doorways, cracked interior walls, and popping bricks. In addition, the suspended ceilings are overloaded with mineral fiber insulation, causing them to bow downward from the weight. Beyond the structural concerns, Genoa Hugo School has additional deficiencies in deteriorating building systems and uncontrolled building access. In response to these issues, the district proposes to replace the north wing of the school with an addition to the east, along with a renovation of the remainin g school. project has been awarded BEST Lease Purchase funding as follows: This Grant $9,809,053.00; District Contribution $6,609,572.00, or 40% with source of match being a 2012 Bond Election. Ft. Lupton RE -8 / MS Renovations Ft. Lupton Re -8 has submitt ed an application for assistance with health and safety deficiencies in their middle school. The original 1932 building has been deemed significant and the Colorado Historical Society has been contacted to discuss areas of interest. Colorado Historical Soc iety is specifically interested in the addition of a secured vestibule and also the windows. The grant includes replacing a deficient fire alarm system, replacing the gymnasium ceiling which is falling, replacing an HVAC system which is impacting students. During the winter season the students are too cold and during the early spring and fall the building is too hot. The grant will also address the lack of the ability to monitor who enters the facility. This will include an elevator upgrade to allow monito red access and also provide ADA compliance. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 5,555,613.96 ; District Contribution $ 5,128,259.04 or 48%, the source of their match being a successful 2012 Bond Election.

70 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 70 Montezuma RE -1 / HS Replacement -Cortez The current 1966 high school has roofing, air quality, structural, hazardous materials, fire safety, security and educational suitability issues. In addition, many of the current athletic programs are located at the middle school bec ause the high school site is too small to accommodate the high school athletic program. The proposed project is to relocate and replace the existing high school with a new facility on a new site which will address the e on -site athletics, on -site parking and drop -off, and a design plan which health and safety issues, and will hav will allow for future expansion. This project has been awarded Purchase financing as follows: BEST Lease- the source of match being a November Grant $22,724,338.00; District Contribution $19,357,769.00 or 46%, with 2012 bond election. -Arapahoe 28 -J / HS Fire Sprinkler Replacement Adams The district is requesting funds to install a fire sprinkler system in areas where none currently exists and replace g sprinkler system as well as upgrade or add components of the fire alarm older sections of the existin system. The building has had numerous additions and remodels since its original construction in 1955 and the district added fire separation walls or partial fire sprinkler systems as the code in place at the time allowed. However, the building as a whole is not in compliance with current codes. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 1,396,386.42 393,852.58 or 22%, with the sourc e of their match being the ; District Contribution $ . district’s General Fund Aspen Community Charter School / Replace K- 8 School -8 students. The ACS is a charter school of the Aspen School District, located in rural Woody Creek, serving 127 K main school is an 8000 s foot 2-story log b ui lding constructed in 1970. ACS has a gym (including library, quare computer lab and special ed.), a small straw bale b ui lding for visual arts, and a small wood -framed b ui lding for music. The facilities have numerous health and safety deficiencies , and the failing physical plant is undermining the educational program. This grant will replace the 42 -year old log school with a new building which will be compliant with health and safety codes, and create a new school facility which will be high orming, meet current and projected space -perf needs, and reduce energy use and maintenance costs. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $4,179,398; Charter School Contribution $4,906,249 or 54 % with source of match being charter sch ool’s capital reserve fund, capital campaign, donations.

71 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 71 -8 School Replacement Ross Montessori School / K Ross Montessori is a CSI charter school located in Carbondale, CO. This project is to replace their dilapidated modulars with a new state of the art Montessori brick and mortar building in the Roaring Fork Valley. The project also includes the purchase of land since their current location sits in an industrial park and on top of the city water main. The project deals with health, safety and security issues with their campus location and structure and overcrowding due to growth. project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: This Grant $11,821,833.00; Charter School Contribution $1,027,985.00 or 8% with source of match being Grants, CSI Loan, Fundraising/Private Donations & Capital Campaign. Denver 1 / Plumbing, Electrical, Science Lab, Roofing, and Auditorium Upgrades The district is requesting a number of system upgrades related to the health and safety of the students at S outh system unable to provide safe potable water. Electrical Distribution System - is High School. Water Quality – – are out of date, non -code compliant and a over capacity resulting in multiple circuit failures. Science Labs safety issue for students, no automatic gas or power shut -offs, fume hoods are not properly exhausted. Auditorium Ceiling – original 1924 ceiling tiles are falling. Clay Tile Roof – roof is leaking and continues to leak after district repairs and a leak is occurring over main frame com puter racks for the entire building. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded 3,813,816.00 2,996,569.00 or 44% with source of match being a 2012 bond Grant $ ; District Contribution $ election. Greeley 6 / Replace Existing MS This project is a replacement of John Evans Middle School. John Evans suffers from a variety of health, safety, and educational deficiencies, stemming largely from the circular pod -shaped window -less classrooms, and the sprayed -on asbestos acoustical coat ing underneath a leaking concrete thin -shell roof. These issues present a variety of hazards, from potential for asbestos exposure and water damage due to the leaking roof, unsecure ve number of exterior doors, the corridors and confusing egress due to the circular arrangement and excessi inability to repair or replace most building systems without abatement, and a lack of adequate fire separations or protection. Due to the high cost to repair or address these deficiencies relative to the cost of replacement, as well as the uncorrectable design flaws inherent to the building, the district proposes to replace the middle school on a new site already owned by the district. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase financing as follows: Grant $21,029,122.00; District Contribution $8,177,991.00, or 28% with source of match being a 2012 Bond Election.

72 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 72 Calhan RJ -1 / Misc Safety and Security Upgrades The district is requesting a grant to assist with funding improved control and access to the existing P K-12 building. Currently the main office is not located at the entrance and therefore there is minimal control over access to the facility. The pre -school, elementary SPED classroom and one kindergarten room are all located within the Middle School and t herefore these students and parents must intermingle with middle school students. The kindergarten classroom must access the middle school toilet facilities. The intercom system is out dated and occupants are not know that the system was activated. Additional egress unable to hear, understand and in some cases do lighting is necessary. Exit doors from the auxiliary gym interfere with exiting corridors. The security system which includes camera surveillance is inadequate to secure the building. Lastly there is no surge suppression on the electrical service. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This 1,056,570.00 ; District Contribution $ 1,144,616.00 or 52% with the source of their match Capital Projects Grant $ Fund. Salida R -32 / ES Replace ment This is a project that addresses health, safety, and technology needs by replacing the existing Longfellow ES. Currently the facility is experiencing poor indoor air quality and mold issues due to the HVAC system being beyond its useful life and failing. The HVAC duct work is run in the slab and is rotting in place. The structural, electrical and mechanical issues are failing at a rate beyond repair. The electrical system cannot support the marsh al cited the district with several code violations increased demand due to technology needs. The local fire The roof overhang eave structures were removed from the entire regarding wiring and other electrical concerns. perimeter of the building due to rotting soffits. As a result , snow and ice fall at the exterior egress doors. Much of the remaining structure is still experiencing dry rot. The roofing membrane is failing and has numerous penetrations due to the many skylights . The cafeteria is too small for the current school population creating numerous lunch periods throughout the day and causing the gym to be occupied for much of the day. These system to be addressed as the current facility does not support replacement of these systems. The failures need proposed replacement scho ol would eliminate all of the noted deficiencies and create a high performing 21st century learning environment. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $4,094,712.00; District Contribution $9,554,328.00 or 70% with source of m atch being a 2012 bond election .

73 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 73 -14 Grant Projects BEST FY2013 Note: Four of the projects below were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: • Elizabeth C -1’s ES Roof Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Elizabeth C -1’s HS Roof Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • • -3s Middle School Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required m atch; Ft. Morgan RE 8 School Replacement - unable to provide required match. • Ross Montessori's New K- -1 / PK -12 Potable Water Storage and Treatment Valley RE -12 school. The current 40 year -old system has been This project is to replace the potable water system at a PK found in violation of the Colorado Primary Drinking Water Regulations (CPDWR) minimum water quality standards, does not have adequate water storage and utilizes a non -conforming interconnect between potable and non -potable water to feed the fire sprinkler system in case of fire. By replacing the potable water system and providing adequate storage on -site, the potable water system will comply with drinking water standards, as well as provide adequate fire and emergency storage. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded Grant $304,590.00; District Contribution $124,410.00 or 29%, with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund, general fund and mill levy override funds. Valley RE -1 / PK -12 Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade -12 school. The current 40 year -old This project is to replace a failing wastewater treatment plant at a rural PK plant is not treating wastewater adequately, causing occasional gray water releases to an unlined wastewater lagoon, which could lead to contam ination of groundwater and noncompliance with health regulations. By replacing the wastewater treatment plant, the discharge will be brought into compliance. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $554,510.00; District Contribut ion $226,490.00 or 29%, with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund, general fund and mill levy override funds. Lone Star 101 / PK -12 Water Treatment System -12 school is served by a well that was previously under a waiver from c hlorination. Changes in This PK disinfection regulations by the Water Quality Control Commission in 2010 due to two waterborne illness outbreaks have caused the district to become out of compliance as of July 2012. The district plans to add chlorination treatment in order to ensure the safety of the water supply for the students and to bring the facility into compliance with water quality regulations. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $33,558.00; District Contribution $37,842.00 or 53%, with source of match being the district’s general fund.

74 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 74 Delta 50(J) – Jr/Sr Roof Replacement This project is to complete the placement of an existing roof. The district has used district funds to complete approximately 85% of the roof over the past 3 years. Due to the recent student and staff safety incidents the district decided to move the general fund dollars allocated to complete the roof, to address immediate safety concerns within the district facilities. The state assessment has identifi ed the system needs to be replaced. The existing roof will be removed and replaced with a 20 year 60 mil EPDM roof, new insulation, flashing, and pavers to existing equipment. project This BEST Cash funding as follows: has been awarded Grant $85,066.38; District Contribution $59,113.92 or 41% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. Lamar RE -2 / Supplemental HVAC Upgrades at 2 ES and 1 MS This is a supplemental to a previous grant. The project includes replacing 2 existing steam boilers, piping and boiler pads at two 1951 elementary schools and one 1929 middle school. The aging heat exchangers will be replaced with a hot water system throughout the facilities. The project also includes updating controls, and oxide monitors. The project includes adding cold water cooling to the chiller loop, providing installing carbon di air conditioning to the gym and replacing the 26 year- old chiller at the middle school. The district has experienced severe difficulties with their HVAC system a nd has faced a recurring issue of not knowing whether their HVAC system would make it through another season. The reason for the supplemental request is that the budget provided during the previous cycle was inadequate to complete the scope of the origina l grant. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $723,511.07; District Contribution $204,067.23 or 22% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. -8 Partial Roof Replacement Byers 32J / K This scope of the project is to complete a re- -12. The roof project that was a BEST awarded project in FY2011 submitted project includes a number of foam roof sections. At the time of the FY2011 -12 grant application the district was in conversation with the ir insurance company regarding these portions previously damaged by hail. The insurance company settled with the district by providing an additional layer of foam over the existing damaged foam roof. This was an inadequate solution and the roof continues t o leak. In addition the foam holds water when there is moisture. The district will remove the foam down to the decking and replace with a multi- layer built up roof. There are two sections of the roof replacement that a metal standing seam roof will be installed over the existing roof system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $381,986.79; District Contribution $623,241.61 or 62% with source of match being a 2011 bond.

75 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 75 HS Partial Roof Replacement Delta 50(J) – This project is to complete the placement of an existing roof and to replace a roof top unit (RTU). In 2012, the district used their own funds to complete approximately 80% of the roof. Due to the recent student and staff safety incidents, the district dec ided to move the general fund dollars allocated to complete the roof to address immediate safety concerns within the district facilities. The existing roof will be removed and replaced with a 20 year 60 mil EPDM roof, new insulation, flashing and pavers. The roof top unit serves a computer lab with 60 computers where no air conditioning is provided. The temperature in the room has been recorded at over 90 degrees. The mechanical roof top unit (RTU) the boiler and will cool with water prior to entering replacement will include a hot water system that runs off the refrigeration coils to provide cooling to the computer lab. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $99,553.35; District Contribution $69,181.15 or 41% with source of mat ch being the district’s capital reserve fund. Greeley 6 / HS ACM Abatement The classroom wing at the high school has a significant amount of asbestos in challenging and accessible locations, making maintenance and improvements difficult and presenting a risk of exposure to students. The ceilings in the classroom wing are coated in asbestos containing acoustical spray, down to a height that is within student’s reach of and has been subject to scratching and vandalism. The same area also includes extensive asbestos floor tile and pipe fittings. Original unit ventilators are getting to the end of their useful life and need regular maintenance; however access is limited due to the asbestos overspray. The roof membrane is a unique shape that has experienced failing seams, leading to leaks, which could potentially dislodge the asbestos spray on the underside of the deck. This project will abate the classroom wing completely, replace abated materials ordance with manufacturer recommendations to with new finishes and fixtures, as well as repair the roof in acc prevent further interior damage. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $1,500,931.15; District Contribution $423,339.55 or 22%, with source of match being the district’s capital rese rve fund. Littleton Academy Charter School / ES -MS HVAC Upgrade and Roof Replacement There have been several renovations to this facility including an addition in 2002. The main facility still has the original roofing system and original roof top units installed and both are beyond their useful life and showing signs of deterioration. The roof has reported leaks and is evidenced by holes and patches in the roofing as evidenced by membrane. The HVAC system in the school lacks controls, provides minimal to no circulation, their extremely high CO2 levels. Classrooms regularly experience 10+ degree temperature swings between classes at any given time. The project is to replace the roofing system with a new 60 mil EPDM roof and provide a new HVAC system comple te with controls and VAV units. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $522,147.25; Charter School Contribution $588,804.35 or 53% with source of match being charter school’s capital reserve fund.

76 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 76 Moffat County RE- 1 / Renovation & Repair at 2 ES The project addresses health/safety and overcrowding/capacity needs by replacing a 49 year -old underground electrical supply line at Sandrock Elementary and renovating a computer lab into a preschool classroom with a secure entry at East Elementary. Currently the direct bury electrical line is failing and the district has had to make patch repairs. When the electrical supply line fails the entire building is shut down. The district has list for preschool which they cannot accommodate with the current approximately 30 students on a waiting configuration. The preschool renovation would relocate the current computer lab and provide necessary electrical and data drops at the new location. It would then renovate the existing compu ter lab space to accommodate the students. Renovations would include asbestos removal, creation of a secure entry, installing ADA restroom as necessary per code and tenant finish improvements. This project BEST Cash funding as follows: has been awarded Grant $79,987.23; District Contribution $130,505.47 or 62% with source of match being the district’s general fund. CIVA Charter Academy / HS RTU Replacement eful life. The This project is to replace 8 out of 12 roof top units (RTUs) as they are currently beyond their us ; with large temperature swings from school reports inconsistent heating and cooling throughout the facility classroom to classroom. The school also states the poor indoor air quality is causing headaches and dizziness among students and staf f. The inefficient RTU’ s inflate the energy costs associated with the facility. The project will replace these units with “like for like” energy efficient Trane units, to minimize further damages or costs to the new roof, which was installed with a BEST grant in 2008. The school has replaced 4 of the 12 units with their own funds. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $85,262.32; Charter School Contribution $61,741.68 or 42% with source of match being charter school’s capital reserve fund. -1 / HS Roof Replacement Elizabeth C The project is for the replacement of the original roof on the high school built in 2000. The original roof warranty the roof, but they are not was 10 years. The membrane roof now leaks. The district has been diligent in repairing able to find the leak locations and adequately repair the roof. The roof will be demolished and a new ballasted roof will be installed. The roof will have a 30 year warranty which will include hail damage up to 2 ½ inches. Thi s project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $608,759.80; District Contribution $913,139.70 or 60% with source of match being a 2013 bond election. Thompson R -2J / ES Roof Replacement This project is to replace the most urgently failing portions of the roof of an elementary school. The existing EPDM roof membrane is leaking, leading to wet interior materials and poor indoor air quality underneath the majority of the north classroom wing of the school. The district also has concerns about rusting metal decking at the wet areas, which could lead to eventual failure of the deck if not replaced. The district proposes to tear off and replace the affected roof down to the roof deck, replacing rusted deck portions as needed in order to provide a water -tight roof for the school. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $203,808.00; District Contribution $220,792.00 or 52%, with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund.

77 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 77 -Palmer 38 / HS Roof Replacement Lewis The project is to replace 70,000 square feet of a 26 year- old existing roof that is currently leaking. There no longer are warranties in place and patching no longer corrects the problems. The project will replace the existing -insulation, 1/2” cover board, 4 ply built -up roof that includes a 20 year roof system with 3 inches of R20 polyiso warranty. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $474,754.50; District Contribution $557,320.50 or 54%, with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. Colorado Springs 11 / HS Boiler Replacement This project is to replace the remaining existing steam heating system which is original to the 1940 building. Additions have been constructed making modifications to the existing steam system, in addition to installing new systems to accommodate the added square footage. The steam heating system (boilers, boiler feed system, -to-hot water exchangers and piping) will be replaced with hot water boilers, pumps and piping. steam This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,331,437.3 3; District Contribution $781,955.26 or 37% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. Elizabeth C -1 / ES Roof Replacement The project is for the replacement of the original roof at an elementary school built in 1995. The original warranty was 10 years and expired in July 2006. The membrane roof now leaks. The district has been diligent in repairing the roof, but they are not able to find the leak locations and adequately repair. The roof will be demolished and a new ballasted roof will be installed. The warranty will be for 30 years with coverage of hail damage up to 2 ½ diameter hail. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $306,644.36; District Contribution $459,966.54 or 60% with source of match being a 2 013 bond election. Peyton 23 JT / ES HVAC Upgrade & Security Upgrade The project is to add additional cooling to the existing elementary school. The original building mechanical system was meant to operate with doors and windows open. Due to the recent security concerns the district no longer allows windows or doors to be open. The occupants no longer have an ability to cool the facility during the hot spring and summer months. All areas will be cooled except the gymnasium and adjacent common area. The p roject will install a new air cooled high efficiency chiller, new chilled water supply and return, new chilled water pump, pipe insulation, drain pans, DDC system and to balance the system. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Gran t $174,225.15; District Contribution $174,225.15 or 50% with source of match being the district’s building fund.

78 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 78 Strasburg 31J / HS Security Improvements This project will provide secured entrances to the high school and all auxiliary doors. The ent rance will become controlled access through a secured vestibule and security system. Added visual control will be achieved through adding new windows in the administration area and will include a minor remodel of the existing spaces. All auxiliary doors will be changed to egress only. The existing classroom hardware will be changed to a classroom function which allows the classroom to be locked from within the classroom. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $33,506.37; District Contribution $44,415.43 or 57% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. Free Horizon Montessori / PK -8 Roof, RTU and Site Work Project This project is to replace their roof, replace rooftop units, add HVAC controls, add a p erimeter fence along interstate 70 and do site work to fix drainage and student loading zone issues. According to the statewide assessment and independent evaluations from the school, both the roof and the HVAC components are beyond their useful life and are showing signs of deterioration. The roof has been patched several times, but still leaks in several areas throughout the school. The HVAC lacks controls, ducting is not configured correctly and the indoor air quality has elevated CO² levels in addition to having widely varied room temperatures. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $641,539.92; Charter School Contribution $345,444.57 or 35% with source of match being charter school’s capital reserve fund and in -kind donati on from district bond proceeds (11 roof top unit s). North Park R -Key Doors -1 / Entry Security Vestibule & Re - The project addresses health/safety need by remodeling the main entry to include a secure vestibule and re the main entry allows direct access to the building without being routed keying the entire building. Currently through the office. The building also has over 30 different keys to access different areas. The district became immediately aware of the problems this caused when conducting a lock do wn/evacuation drill with the local sheriff’s office. Furthermore, none of the keys have ever been copy protected and there are keys floating about the public that give them access to the main doors and beyond. Since the keys are not copy protected there is no way to tell how many keys are in the community. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $79,392.72; District Contribution $76,279.28 or 49% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund. -1 / En closed Corridor to Connect 2 Buildings North Park R The project addresses health/safety needs by adding an enclosed corridor to connect their agricultural building to the main building. Currently the two buildings are roughly 100 feet apart and students must be escorte d by staff during each passing period and have to unlock doors between the buildings each time. This leaves the students and teachers exposed to any intruder wishing to do harm and the winter conditions of Walden, CO, which include slip and fall hazards. T he escorting of students during passing periods cuts into instruction/contact time as well. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $84,956.00; District Contribution $81,624.40 or 49% with source of match being the district’s capital reserve fund.

79 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 79 -1J / District Wide Security Upgrade Holyoke Re This project is for renovations to the entrances of a junior/senior high school and an elementary school, to complete plans for security improvements developed through a master planning pr ocess in 2010. The front office of the high school is a considerable distance from the entrance and lacks line of sight to supervise the entry. Minor renovations to the office will allow increased visibility to the front entrance, which in tandem with an e xisting security camera and intercom/buzzer system, will allow for improved access control. The elementary school has an office next to the entrance vestibule, but the vestibule is not secured and does not offer the -in visitors or cont rol access. Minor renovations will improve the entrance access control opportunity to check and provide a higher level of security for the school. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $57,886.40; District Contribution $47,361.60 or 45%, with sourc e of match being the district’s mill levy override construction fund. Westminster 50 / ES Roof Replacement This project is to replace an existing roof on an elementary school that no longer carries a warranty. The district patches the roof as leaks are identified; however it is no longer possible for the repairs to be effective nor is the origin of the leak alw ays found. The project will include removal of the existing roof to be replaced with a new EPDM 90 mil membrane roof to include tapered insulation, sheet metal flashing, painting and new scuppers and roof drains. The roof installation will have a 30 year manufacturer’s warranty. This has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: project Grant $560,197.18; District Contribution $106,704.22 or 16% with source of match being a 2006 bond election and the district’s capital reserve fund. -1 / S Gilcrest Re ecurity Upgrades at 6 Schools This project is to retrofit and renovate entrances at 6 schools to improve security and access control. Currently each school offers varying levels of supervision at main entrances, some with lines of sight and others without. However, none of the schools have physical barriers to entry. The renovations include adding electronic locks and buzzers at main entrances of each school, cameras at key locations to monitor access, the addition of windows at front offices for line of sight, the addition of ADA door operators at key locations in each school, the addition of an entry vestibule at an elementary school to relocate a controlled entry closer to the office and the addition of a reception desk at a high school where the physical office location is too remote from the entry to allow for simple renovation to resolve the supervision issue. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $135,269.05; District Contribution $274,637.15 or 67%, with source of match be ing the district’s general fund.

80 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 80 Creede 1 / K -12 School Replacement This is a project for a new K -12 facility. The current facilities are located in log cabins. The health & safety issues at the facility include unmonitored entrances, fire safet y issues, deteriorating logs, no fresh air ventilation, presence of mold, high radon levels at the ES, and traffic safety due to the school being located along a highway. & safety issues, and is The proposed project for a new K -12 facility will address all of the current health proposed to be located on a new site. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $8,683,253.00; District Contribution $7,462,907.00 or 46%, with source of match being a November 2013 bond election . Kim 88 / Renovation and Addition to PK- 12 School -tech addition This project is to renovate an existing historic elementary school, a high school/gym/cafeteria/Vo and to demolish a historic activity center that has structural issues that make it currently unsafe and unusable. The existing high school would be mothballed. The project addresses health & safety needs at the current facilities including structural issues, fire alarm, fire suppression, unmonitored entries and water infiltration. The project would place the entire campus, currently located in multiple buildings, in one building. project This BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: has been awarded a November 2013 Grant $7,923,336.00; District Contribution $2,717,118.00 or 26%, with source of match being bond election. Limon Re -4J / New K -12 School and Gym Renovation st This project is to replace the majority of a K century standards. Portions of -12 school with a facility meeting 21 the school currently suffer from drainage problems, significant security limitations, complex and confusing egress, lack of adequate fire separations or suppression, poor indoor air quality and a number of other -shaped floor plan of the high educational suitability deficiencies. These deficiencies are due to the honeycomb school, aging 1923 elementary school and middle school occupying a retrofitted gymnasium. The physical limitations of the building shells and haphazard nature of prior additions limit the possibility of renovating existing space to resolve these issues into a cohesive plan. The district plans to replace the classroom wings, and renovate the remaining athletic spaces where needed, to result in a compact and comprehensive K- 12 school. This BEST Lease- Purchase funding as fo llows: has been awarded project Grant $18,046,347.00; District Contribution $6,973,015.00 or 28% with source of match being a November 2013 bond election. Moffat 2 / PK- 12 School Replacement This project is to replace a PK -12 school building. The original building was built in 19 21 and has been added onto and renovated several times up until 1997. As noted in the statewide assessment, as well as findings from their independent master planning efforts, a large majority of the schools systems are beyond their useful life. There is s evere deterioration to the school’s foundation and the overall educational suitability of the school is poor due to the renovation constraints surrounding the original 1921 building. The school plans to build a new PK -12 facility on their existing site whi ch will be LEED gold certified and meet the BEST construction guidelines. This has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: project Grant $12,124,993.00; District Contribution $4,552,677.00 or 27%, with source of match being a November 2013 bo nd election.

81 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 81 -2J / PK -12 Renovation and Addition Haxtun Re This project is to construct a middle school addition and renovate a PK -12 school to relieve overcrowding and resolve various health and safety concerns in the facility. The addition of preschool t o the curriculum in 2003, and subsequent growth in the lower grade levels, has caused classrooms and hallways to become overcrowded and a modular to be brought to the campus to support third and fourth grade classes. The addition will eliminate the modular and allow the kindergarten through second grade classes to spread to two classrooms each, as well as separate the middle school students from the elementary. The renovations will retrofit the school with fire sprinklers to address the lack of suppression or fire separations in the school, replace the original underperforming HVAC system in the elementary wing, repair roof drainage issues, upgrade the electrical service and distribution, and enlarge the kitchen to accommodate the increase in food service requirements, bringing a freezer that had been moved outside back into the building. This has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: project Grant $3,253,084.00; District Match $3,385,862.00 or 51% with source of match being a November 2013 bo nd election and the district’s Capital Project’s Fund. South Conejos RE -10/ PK -12 School Replacement The project is to replace school district facilities currently located at 2 different campuses into one PK -12 campus located at the site of the 1967 elementary school. The high school campus currently has several aging buildings, built in 1925, 1956, and 1967. The facilities have deficiencies including friable asbestos, deficiencies with the electrical/sewer systems, numerous unsecured buildings with unsupervised entries, and educational suitability issues including a gym that was built over classrooms. The project will address health & safety hazards, code & ADA issues, and will increase efficiency by reducing the current district facility square fe et of 133,248 to 63,583 square feet. This project has been awarded BEST Lease- Purchase funding as follows: Grant $14,082,673.00; District Contribution $5,477,745.00 or 28%, with source of match being a November 2013 bond election. Fort Morgan RE -3 / MS Replacement st This project is to replace a middle school with a new 21 century middle school on a new site. The 88 year old school has been well maintained and has had multiple additions and renovations through the years. The middle school suffers from und ersized classrooms, poor mechanical ventilation in many areas, unrated corridors, an undersized electrical system, unsecured entrances and plumbing system deficiencies. By replacing the 7 -8 middle school with a 6 -8 middle school, the district will reorganize the remaining schools and jump -start improvements district -wide. This project wa s recommended for a b ackup BEST Lease -Purchase Grant as follows: Grant $23,572,389.00; District Contribution $11,092,888.00 or 32% with source of match being a November 201 3 bond election.

82 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 82 Ross Montessori School / K -8 School Replacement This project is to replace their dilapidated modulars with a new state of the art Montessori brick and mortar building in the Roaring Fork Valley. The project also includes the purchase o f land since their current location sits in an industrial park, on top of the city water main and next to a hazardous waste facility. The project deals with health, safety and security issues with their campus location and structure. This project wa s rec ommended for a backup BEST Lease -Purchase Grant as follows: Grant $11,959,040.00; Charter School Match $1,039,916.00 or 8% with source of match being grants, CSI loan, fundraising/private donations & capital campaign.

83 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 83 -15 Grant Projects BEST FY2014 Note: below was recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the One project State Board fo r financial assistance, but was not funded this cycle: Edison 54JT / Jr/Sr HS Addition / Renovations - back -up project, other projects we re prioritized above • them and there were not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance. -1 / JHS/HS Safety Upgrades Las Animas RE design This project is to create a secured and controlled vestibule at the main entrance of the facility, re and remodel the administration office to provide line of sight of the new vestibule, and to replace deteriorating exterior doors th alarmed exterior doors . The district plans to integrate an at are not functioning properly with access control system that will include a door notification system and video intercom system. The district does not currently have a monitored security system. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $170,073.51; District Contribution $80,034.59 or 32% , with source of match coming from the district’s the capital projects building fund. Estes Park RE -3 / MS Partial Roof Replacement This project is to replace two portions of the roof at Estes Park Middle School. The current spray foam roof is past its life expectancy. The roof has multiple leaks and a significant amount of ponding water. The gutter system does not drain properly and i s proposed to be replaced as well. A new metal panel roofing system will -year life expectancy and is durable so as to handle the high replace the current roof. The new roof has a 40 winds and inclement weather conditions the school endures. The district ha s a metal roofing system installed on their elementary school and it has proven to be very effective for the district. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This $188,789.85 ; District Contribution $462,209.64 Grant 71 %, with the source of match coming from the or district’s capital reserve fund. Strasburg 31J / HS Electrical Upgrades This project is to replace failing and expired portions of the electrical system at Strasburg High School in order to eliminate safety risks with the current equipment. Several existing panels are significantly aged and antiquated, and can no longer be trusted to reliably provide overcurrent protection. Replacement parts are no longer available for the majority of gear to be replaced and some safety mechanisms are missing. Decades of electrical modifications and additions have led to spliced connections and confusing distribution wiring. Moreover, many panels do not have ground busses. The system is at full capacity and cannot accommodate the increasing need for power throughout classrooms. The project proposed will replace the most problematic panels and -phase transformer and step -down distribution feeders throughout the high school, replace a single documentation of the electrical distribution, and transformers, trace the existing circuits to provide reliable provide reliable grounding and overcurrent protection where it is currently lacking. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: from Grant $57,507.46; District Contribution $82,754.64 or %, with the source of match coming 59 the district’s capital reserve fund.

84 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 84 Lake County R -1/ Lake MS Roof Replacement This project addresses health and safety by replacing the currently failing roof at Lake County Middle School ene propylene diene monomer ( EPDM ethyl -ply membrane and new rigid insulation. with a 90 millimeter ) single The current roof decks are compromised by both age and design. The system can no longer adequately protect the building, building occupants, and equipment. The moisture intrus ion is leading to damage of both wall and ceiling construction within the building environment. Continued moisture exposure of the roof assembly will lead cause (if not already occurring) damage and decay to the roof decking and structure. Long term decay could to possible collapse of the roofing assembly under heavy snow load. Moisture intrusion could lead to mold growth in the building environment. The proposed re -roof would eliminate the noted deficiencies and make the building more energy efficient. It minimum of twenty years. would protect and warrant the roofing system for a BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded This 595 ,276.83 ; Distric t Contribution $ Grant $ ,533.67 or 35 %, with the source of match coming from the 320 district’s fund. general Montrose RE Roof Replacement -1J/ Oak Grove ES This project addresses health and safety by replacing the currently failing roof at Oak Grove Elementary School thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO ) membrane and new rigid insulation. The current roof decks with a 60 millimeter are compromised by both age and design. The system can no longer adequately protect the building, building occupants, and equipment. The moisture intrusion is leading to damage of both wall and ceiling construction nvironment. Continued moisture exposure of the roof assembly will cause (if not already within the building e occurring) damage and decay to the roof decking and structure. Long term decay could lead to possible collapse of the roofing assembly under heavy snow load. Moisture intrusion could lead to mold growth in the building roof would eliminate the noted deficiencies and make the building more energy environment. The proposed re- efficient. It would protect and warrant the roofing system for a minimum of fifteen years. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 42 ; Distric t Contribution $ 40 ,949.45 or 49 %, with the source of match coming from the district’s ,620.85 capital reserve fund. -11J / Ortega MS Roof Replacement Alamosa RE ealth and safety by replacing the currently failing roof at Ortega Middle School with an This project addresses h millimeter ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) single -ply membrane and new rigid insulation. The 80 current roof decks are compromised by age and can no longer adequately protect the building, building occupants, and equipment. The moisture intrusion is leading to damage of both wall and ceiling construction wi thin the building environment. Continued moisture exposure of the roof assembly will cause damage and decay to the roof decking and structure. Long term decay could lead to possible collapse of the roofing assembly under heavy snow load. The applicant also proposed replacement of their twenty -seven (50+ year old ) mechanical units with new high performing, energy efficient units that will provide adequate fresh air per code to an adequate level. Currently, twenty -seven units have little to requirements. Curb heights will be raised the no curb height protection and moisture (snow drifts) regularly enters the mechanical system. Maintenance to these units has become increasingly difficult since parts are no longer available. It would protect and warrant the roof ing system for a minimum of twenty years and provides performance of thirty years for the mechanical units. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: or 20 Grant $ ,859.44 ; Distric t Contribution $ 652 ,214.86 2,608 %, with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund.

85 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 85 -2J / MS & HS Boiler Replacement Brush RE This project will replace aged and failing boilers at Brush Middle School and Brush High School. The Brush High School boilers serve approximately 90,000 square feet of the high school, and are 44 years old. The internal pipes are thinning and cracking in one of the combustion chambers leading the district to believe failure is imminent. A boiler at Brush Middle School serving an approximately 10,000 square feet addition has been unreliable and has periodically and unexpectedly shut down since it was installed in 1988. The proposed project will replace these boilers in order to maintain reliable and more efficient operation of both schools and prevent a situation in whi ch sudden failure would render portions of both schools unusable. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 471,863.70 ; District Contribution $ 243,081.30 or 34 %, with Grant $ source of match coming from the the district’s fund. general Arriba 20 / PK -12 Roof Replacement and Repair -Flagler C- This project will replace and repair a majority of the roof areas on the PK -12 school building. The existing roof areas targeted for replacement have been compromised due to loss of ballast, poor drainage, ponding water, and 30 years of age, leading to leaks throughout. Leaks have led to interior damage to ceiling tiles and carpet. The areas targeted for repairs are newer roof membranes with life remaining but with flashing and drainage issues that if resolved will prolong the life of the roofs and prevent premature failure. Replacing and repairing the roof will extend the life of this facility and prevent additional water damage from accumulating, as well as prevent mold and rust from affecting the ind oor environment. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 383,839.30; District Contribution $ 277,952.60 or 42 %, with the source of match coming from a 2014 bond election . Salida R -32/ Salida MS HVAC safety by replacing the currently failing boilers, repairing mechanical units, and This project addresses health , and installing a security system at Salida Middle School. The original boilers operated for upgrading the controls several years without water treatment which caused irrep arable damage. Boilers are currently leaking and part of the controls only work under manual control. Air handling units are located in the ceiling plenum and are extremely difficult to access. Air dampers are stuck in partial open position allowing cold air into the building during the winter. The controls system has been phased out of production making repairs extremely costly. , the controls are pneumatic, but will be replaced with a direct digital control (DDC) system. The Currently rity syst em is not functioning so the applicant has no ability to monitor access points or building current secu perimeters. The proposed upgrades would eliminate the noted deficiencies and make the building more energy efficient. It would protect the building for another twent y to thirty years. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $ 246 ,511.65 ; Distric t Contribution $ 246 ,511.65 or 50 %, with source of match coming from the district’s capital reserve fund.

86 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 86 -1J/ Montrose HS HVAC Montrose RE Upgrades by replacing the 18 mechanical units at the first floor of Montrose High This project addresses health and safety School with high performing units that include cooling. Currently the mechanical units have reached their useful life. The units are noisy and don’t provide cooling. In the summer , rooms have been documented to be 90+ degrees. Occupants manually turn the units off due to the noise which causes improper ventilation. New units would include digital controls that tie into the buildings existing system. This project is the second phase to the units on the second floor. already completed phase one which included replacing the mechanical The proposed e new system project would eliminate the noted deficiencies and make the building more energy efficient. Th would have a twenty year life expectancy. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 193,527.61 Grant $ t Contribution $ 185,938.29 or 49 %, with the source of match coming from the ; Distric district’s capital reserve fund. Canon City RE -1/ MS Fire Alarm Replacement This project addresses health and safety by replacing the current fire alarm system at Canon City Middle School. Currently the 1960’s fire alarm system is beyond its useful life and does not meet current code. The aged system is high voltage and difficult to maintain due to the lack of parts. The system has a limited number of pull stations, horns, and smoke detectors, and does not have strobes or duct detectors. The system is not ou t capability, and is not monitored. The proposed new system would meet addressable, does not have call- current code and include new pull stations, horns, strobes, and smoke and duct detectors. It would also be fully addressable, have call out capability, and be monitored. The proposed up grades would eliminate the noted deficiencies and protect the building for another twenty plus years. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 235 ; Distric t Contribution $ 86 ,978.53 or 27 %, with the source of match coming from the district’s ,164.17 capital reserve fund. -30/ PK -12 Security Upgrades Sierra Grande R by replacing doors, door hardware, sidelights This project addresses health and safety , and adding a and surveillance system. Currently , the facility does not limit access at the perimeter. Many communications entryways are manually controlled for access and contain large windows and sidelights. The facility does not have an intercom system to alert occupants in an emergency/lock down situation. It also lacks video surveil lance and monitoring. The project would address these issues by replacing the existing doors with more secure holl ow metal frames and smaller, tinted windows and sidelights. Door hardware would include electric key card access and be tied to a monitoring s ystem at the main office. Video/Audio monitoring would be included at main entries and monitored at main office. A new intercom system would be installed that would cover 100% of building and have a central hub connected to the district office. The interco m system will also include event -dial the nearest local safety and fire authority. alerting and notification components that can auto This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $ 194,536.41 ; Distric t Contribution $ 119,231.99 or 38 %, with the source of match coming from the district’s general fund.

87 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 87 12 ACM Abatement & Carpet Replacement Plateau Valley 50 / PK- This project addresses health and safety by removing asbestos tiles and replacing deteriorating carpet. The original facility built in 1959 had asbestos flooring tiles put in. The district has since then put carpet over the tiles. Now, the carpet is deteriorating and coming undone from the asbestos tiles. Replacing the carpet will he tiles. The district has disturb the asbestos tiles below. The only sol ution is to remove the carpet and t twelve classrooms and two long hallways still need to the tile over the last few years, however, gradually abated be abated and the carpet is of major concern. A Colorado School Districts Self I nsurance Pool Risk Control Consultant sent the school a letter stating, “Numerous areas of flooring concerns were noted,” and that, “many areas with wrinkles are significant enough to cause a tripping hazard.” The district is requesting abatement of the ti les containing asbestos, asbestos air monitoring oversight, removing the carpet throughout the entire , and installing new carpet squares throughout the entire building. The new carpet squares wi ll have a 20 school year service life which will be more durab le and easier to replace. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: $185,424.41 or 50%, with the s ource of match coming from the Grant ; District Contribution $185,424.40 general fund. district’s East Otero R MEP Upgrades -1 - Primary School Kitchen / replacing the original 1975 mechanical units, the kitchen main water This project addresses health and safety by an inadequately sized line, and the grease interceptor. The existing kitchen drains are constantly plugged due to grease interce ptor. The existing main water line is cast iron or copper and has corroded to where the system leaks and is in need of constant attention. The units are in constant need of repair and do not have carbon monoxide sensors. New code compliant air handling uni ts will be installed to service the gymnasium and kitchen. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: the source of match , with from the district Grant $365,749.56; District Contribution $40,638.84 or 10% coming capital reserve funds. eridan 2 – Sh Sheridan HS Water Line Replacement the water line that serves the high school property and the site fire protection. The This project will replace Sheridan School District buildings are now protected by Denver Fire. Prior to 2013, the district was protected by the Sheridan Fire Department which is no longer in existence. Denver Fire only allows use of Denver Water to meet fire -fighting requirements. Denver Water/ Denver Fire have stated the current water system in place is not reliable and does not meet Denver Water ’s requirements . Denver Water has requested that the district replace the existing system. Due to the unknowns of the existing system there is concern over the ability that the system hool ’s property. would be able to support a fire event on the high sc This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $1,098,055.10; District Contribution $164,077.20 or 13% , with the source of match coming from the district’s fund . capital reserve

88 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 88 Central HS Partial Roof Replacement -Arapahoe 28J / Adams Aurora roughly 49,000 square feet of an overall roof that is approximately 268,700 square feet. project This will replace . The district h as The replacement roof area is made up of three sections which are no longer under warranty leak and interfere documented the areas the interior finishes. The that with student activities and damage district treats all roof areas as one large roof. Immediate roof needs are addressed with the district’s annual . The areas identified for t budget his application are in need of immediate replacement. The balance of the roof areas are not in immediate need of replacement and will be scheduled within the district’s overall roof replacement plan. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as foll ows: This , with source of match coming Grant $826,662.16; District Contribution $169,316.34 or 17% from the district’s general fund capital projects. Adams 12 / STEM Partial Roof Replacement a partial roof replacement of a building that has been restructured to a Science, Technology, project is for This STEM ) program. The partial re -roof is over the classrooms, gymnasium, music Engineering, and Mathematics ( , and kitchen. The balance of the roof is over administration spaces and not included in the requ room est. The district recently renovated the building to support the STEM program which is being damaged by the leaking the roof was not replaced. roof. Due to the timing of the restructure and constraints of the budget project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This Grant $354,344.36; District Contribution $226,548.04 or 39% , with the source of match coming from the district ’s capital reserve fund. Pueblo Rural 70 - Pueblo County HS Fire Protection / Safety Upgrades not anticipated during the project supplemental costs for fire review comments that were address This will , to address many of the health and original design process. Pueblo Rural 70 passed a bond in November 2012 has . As backup to the bond , the district hired consultants to help safety and educational needs the district identify scope and budgets for the projects. During the review process unanticipated upgrade requirements to the fire system and sewer system were identified. Based on N Fire Protection Association 1142 for rural ational , on communities -site water storage would be required to hold 360,000 gallons to serve the building. This resulted in six water storage tanks being needed on site . In addition to the tanks, the district was required to replace the existing f ire alarm system at the high school . During the design process in reviewing the existing sanitary system it was identified the system was never the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The current system is a permitted through that will be replaced by a septic system . The district is also requesting assistance for an enclosed leach field walkway that will allow students to move from one part of the building to the other in a safe secured circulation , students hav e to go outside the building to access all parts of the facility. system. Currently This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $3,281,589.30; District Contri %, with the source of match coming from a bution $10,850,759.70 or 76.78 2012 bond election.

89 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 89 -2 – Jr/Sr HS Fire Escape / ADA Upgrades La Veta RE Th to replace an existing exterior fire escape that is a required means of egress from the second is project is The stairs are corroding, deteriorated and are in need of immediate repair. The district has provided a floor. structural analysis and comments from the Division of Fire Prevention in support of the need. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: ontribution $18,000.00 or 22.52% e of match coming from a United Grant $61,920.50; District C , with sourc States Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant. East Otero R -1 – Jr/Sr High School - Kitchen / MEP Upgrades / HS Pool Roof Replacement This project will address health and safety by replacing by removing the kitchen’s the high school’s pool roof and freezer/cooler. The current freezer/ effective due to the age of cooler leaks refrigerant and repair is becoming in cooler. With the removal of the equipment the the equipment. The district will install a new exterior freezer/ ing line configuration does not district will rec onfigure the kitchen plan and queuing line. The current queu support the student population and the limited time they have for a lunch period. project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: This ,940.12; District Contribution $75,326.68 or 10% , with Grant $677 source of match coming from the district’s the capital reserve fund. Adams -Arapahoe 28J/ Dartmouth ES Misc. Repairs This project is to abate the walls and ceilings that contain asbestos to allow for the installation of new mechanical equipment and lighting throughout the facility . The original portion building built in 1975 has asbestos- containing material in the walls and drywall ceilings. When maintenance is performed on the b uilding, constantly address abatement. As a result , the district has limited its upgrading of the district has to asbestos the facility due to the added costs and limited available time to perform asbestos abatement. project has been awarded BEST Ca sh funding as follows: This , with the Grant $1,825,680.45; District Contribution $373,934.55 or 17% source of match coming from a 2008 bond election. Crowley County Re Districtwide Security Upgrades -1J / project addresses the fire alarm system This for the district ’s three school buildings: Crowley High s and access School, Crowley Elementary School, and Ward Middle School. The existing fire alarm system is outdated, can not be easily repaired , and is in need of replacement. The buildings have numerous unsecured exterior entrance from the corridor side doors, classroom locksets that lock , and the school properties are open to access by anyone. The district identified an event where an individual accessed the high school facility that was not an The district proposes to repl ace and update the alarm system, add security cameras, replace authorized visitor. , and install a perimeter fence around the classroom hardware that will be locked on the classroom side properties. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: Grant $317,210.43; District Contribution $178,430.87 or 36% the source of match coming from the , with district’s general fund.

90 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 90 Hidden Lake HS Roof Replacement Westminster 50 / adjacent Union Building. The roofs are dden Lake High School and the This project is to replace the roof on the Hi s student no longer under warranty and the district continues to patch the roof as leaks occur. This interrupt rict will replace the roofs with a 90 damaged equipment and building interior finishes. The dist activities and has millimeter ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) membrane roof with a thirty year extended warranty. BEST Cash funding as follows: This project has been awarded the , with ch coming from the Grant $622,866.18; District Contribution $136,726.72 or 18% source of mat district’s capital reserve fund and 2006 bond proceeds. Fairview ES Roof Replacement Westminster 50 / project is to replace the roof on the elementary school. The roof is no longer under a warranty and the This . The leaks interrupt student activities and have damaged district continues to patch the roof as leaks occur equipment and building interior finishes. The district will replace the roof with a 90 millimeter ethylene propylene diene monome r (EPDM) membrane roof with a thirty year extended warranty. This project has been awarded BEST Cash funding as follows: 474.90 or 18% , with the source of match coming from the Grant $485,052.30; District Contribution $106, . district’s capital reserve fund and 2006 bond proceeds Edison Jr/Sr HS Renovations 54JT / to provide an addition to and renovate the historic Junior This project is -14 after / Senior High School FY2013 completing a district master plan. The existing water system is an immediate health and safety concern as the well is running dry and the original installation was not code compliant. The project also includes making th e exterior of the building weather tight since it currently is not. The solution to this application will take into consideration a future addition and renovation. This BEST Cash funding as follows: project has been awarded ontribution $100,000.00 or 9.41 %, with source of match coming from a 2014 Grant $962,579.10; District C the bond election. -3 / MS Replacement Fort Morgan Re st middle school with a new 21 This project is to replace a century midd deteriorated le school on a new site. The 88- mul tistory school has been adequately maintained and has undergone multiple additions and year old renovations through the years. However, the school suffers due to a variety of fundamental issues, including severely undersized classrooms, poor mechanical ventilation in many areas of the building, unrated corridors without fire separation or protection , an undersized electrical system, unsecured entrances, and plumbing system deficiencies. Planning efforts determined that replacing the facility is a more practical solu tion than continuing to repair and renovate a building that cannot suit the educational needs of modern students. By 7-8 middle school with a 6 replacing the current -8 middle school, the district will have the opportunity to facilities through additional planned improvements district reorganize the remaining . -wide This project has been awarded BEST Lease/Purchase Grant, using unspent proceeds from completed lease - purchase agreements or moneys to be raised through entry into an additional lease -purchase agr eement that the state has the as follows: capacity to execute or both Grant $ 24,936,252.24 ; District Contribution $ 11,092,888.11 or 30.79 %, with the source of match being a previously successful 2013 BEST matching money bond election.

91 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 91 / Jr/Sr HS Addition / Renovations Edison 54JT chool building with a 1960 gymnasium a The exis ting school facility is a 1920 historic s ddition. As students take , and the recently constructed elementary school , they are both classes in adjacent modulars, teacherages moving betwe en buildings and being exposed to the elements. The entry to the high school is not clearly identified and administration is located on the second floor of the historic building. The automotive shop , an adjacent metal building, does not meet the standards for mechanical systems or program requirements. The it is no longer possible to sand and existing gymnasium is not adequately ventilated, exterior walls are cracking, the existing wood floor and the locker rooms are non -code compliant. refinish t will remove a non -code compliant science lab. The projec It will also convert current administration space to classroom space. The existing gymnasium will be demolished to allow for a new addition that will provide for a secured entrance with administration adjacen t to the entry. The addition will also provide code compliant toilet rooms, an elevator to allow ADA accessibility to the second level of the historic building, a new science classroom/ lab, a code compliant automotive shop , and a new gymnasium with weight room and code compliant locker rooms. Currently the district has a modular that houses a pre -school and autism program. These programs will also be included in the new addition. s recommended for a backup BEST Lease -Purchase Grant usin g unspent proceeds from This project wa -purchase agreements or moneys to be raised through entry into an additional lease -purchase completed lease capacity to execute or both as follows : agreement that the state has the Grant $11,541,117.30; District Contribution $255,000.00 or 2.16% , with the source of match being a 2014 bond election.

92 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 92 Additional Information from Section 3 - An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior school facility capital construction projects for which financial fiscal year that includes: a list of the public assistance has been provided, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each for project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project FY2008- 09. TOTAL MATCH BEST GRANT PAYMENTS BALANCE BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT BALANCE MADE AS OF REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MATCHING MATCHING REMAINING AS BEST AWARD 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY New PK-12 School (Supplemental Grant) 6,166,320 $ - $ 6,166,320 COSTILLA 5,957,686 $ - $ - $ - $ CENTENNIAL R-1 $ EDISON 54 JT New ES Supplemental 189,240 $ 21,027 $ 210,267 $ 188,207 $ - $ - $ EL PASO $ - LAS ANIMAS Wastewater treatment plant 573,179 $ 152,364 $ 725,543 $ 394,224 $ - $ - $ - $ HOEHNE 3 Junior/Senior High Renovation/Addition - BUFFALO RE-4 3,922,517 $ 364,387 $ 4,286,904 $ 4,082,766 $ LOGAN $ - $ - $ - Supplemental Project District IAQ/Infrastructure Improvement MONTEZUMA $ 244,843 $ 775,335 $ 1,020,178 $ DOLORES RE-4A $ - $ - $ - 916,201 Project Core Area Remodel, P.E. and Athletic Facilities MORGAN WELDON VALLEY RE-20(J) 1,406,234 $ 1,035,145 $ 2,441,379 $ $ $ - $ - $ - 2,333,527 Upgrade - Supplemental Project PROWERS 12,371 $ - $ - $ HOLLY RE-3 Partial Roof Replacement (Supplemental) 28,867 $ - $ 41,238 $ 37,488 $ Supplemental Final Phase to Districtwide Fire $ PUEBLO CITY 60 1,497,032 $ 264,182 $ 1,761,214 $ 1,585,326 PUEBLO - $ - $ - $ and Security Supplemental to Districtwide HVAC ROUTT SOUTH ROUTT RE 3 $ 562,150 $ 562,150 $ 1,124,300 $ 1,124,300 $ - $ - $ - Replacement with Renewable Technology Roofing and Repair Under Designed Structure SAGUACHE MOUNTAIN VALLEY RE 1 - $ 106,764 $ 65,436 $ 172,200 $ 164,000 $ $ - $ - (Supplemental) 2 New Elementary Schools to Replace 3 ALAMOSA $ $ 28,948,623 $ 10,484,032 $ 39,432,655 ALAMOSA RE-11J 36,789,403 $ - $ - $ - Elementary Schools ALAMOSA - SANGRE DE CRISTO RE-22J $ - $ $ New PK-12 School 19,732,875 $ 4,176,375 $ 23,909,250 $ 22,211,665 $ - 17,672,970 $ - $ - RIO GRANDE SARGENT RE-33J New Jr/Sr HS and ES Renovation $ $ 5,023,825 $ 22,696,795 $ 22,676,262 $ - Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project 81,677,330 $ 66,354,468 $ 19,684,232 $ 86,038,700 $ COP Award s $ - $ - $ - $ 17,949,543 CASH Grant Awards 14,697,146 $ 3,252,397 $ $ - 16,783,726 $ - $ - $ $ $ Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 81,051,614 $ 22,936,629 $ 103,988,243 - 98,461,056 $ - $ - $ All projects from the FY2008 -09 BEST Grant cycle have been completed and/or closed out.

93 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 93 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior Additional Information from Section 3 - fiscal year that includes: a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial sistance committed to be provided for but not yet assistance has been provided, the amount of financial as provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each t for project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each projec FY2009- 10. BEST GRANT MATCH TOTAL PAYMENTS BALANCE BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT BALANCE REMAINING AS MADE AS OF REMAINING AS MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION OF 6/30/15 AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY 256,728 $ 178,405 ADAMS 435,133 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ MAPLETON 1 ES/MS Roof & RTU Replacement $ ES Roof Replacement 319,917 $ 222,316 $ 542,233 $ - $ - $ - $ ADAMS $ MAPLETON 1 - STRASBURG 31J 55,110 $ 18,370 $ 73,480 $ 65,290 $ - $ - $ - $ ADAMS HS Roof Replacement - Fire Code Upgrades 35,237 $ 140,949 $ 27,967 $ $ $ - $ - $ STRASBURG 31J 105,712 ADAMS ES Roof Replacement 372,363 $ 117,588 $ 489,951 $ 254,012 ADAMS - $ - $ - $ WESTMINSTER 50 $ WESTMINSTER 50 1,265,991 $ 399,786 $ 1,665,777 $ 1,222,520 HS Roof Replacement - $ - $ - $ ADAMS $ DEER TRAIL 26J Pool Building Renovation 247,500 $ 165,000 $ 412,500 $ - $ - $ - ARAPAHOE - $ $ Reconstruction of Locker Room/Concession BACA CAMPO RE-6 1,253,558 $ 512,017 $ 1,765,575 $ 1,419,106 $ - $ - $ - $ Facility & Kitchen Addition BENT 88,459 $ 26,423 $ 114,882 $ 103,299 $ - $ - $ - $ LAS ANIMAS RE-1 HS Fire Alarm Replacement BENT VoTech IAQ Improvement $ 70,132 $ 304,920 $ 247,290 LAS ANIMAS RE-1 - $ - $ - $ $ 234,788 $ LAS ANIMAS RE-1 $ 116,127 $ 504,900 $ 369,102 388,773 - $ - $ - $ BENT MS & VoAg Roof Replacement MCCLAVE RE-2 Renovate Existing Shop Into a Preschool 211,365 $ 124,135 $ 335,500 $ 230,281 $ - $ - $ - $ BENT Pikes Peak BOCES K-12 School ADA, Safety, & Security Upgrades 404,769 $ 8,261 $ 413,030 $ 192,467 $ - $ - $ - $ BOCES Jr/Sr HS & ES ADA Restrooms and Door SOUTH CONEJOS RE-10 226,526 $ 5,922 $ 232,448 $ 163,664 $ CONEJOS $ - $ - $ - Replacements PK-12 IAQ Improvements/Boiler EL PASO $ 1,748,653 $ 1,489,593 $ 3,238,246 $ CALHAN RJ-1 $ - $ - $ - 2,807,154 Repalcements CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHRT. $ K-4 Roof Replacement 149,157 $ 49,712 $ 198,869 EL PASO $ $ - $ - $ - 178,288 ACADEMY 253,347 $ EL PASO COLORADO SPRINGS 11 Fire Alarm Upgrades 269,923 $ 212,083 $ 482,006 $ - $ - $ - $ EL PASO EDISON 54 JT $ - $ 78,737 $ 74,914 $ - $ - $ - $ New ES Supplemental Request 78,737 Jr/Sr HS Ext Conc Stair Replacement, Modular EDISON 54 JT $ 14,634 $ 146,340 $ 87,243 $ 131,706 $ - $ - $ EL PASO - FA, ACM Abatement, Roof Repair HS Roof & Fire Alarm Replacement/ HS, ES & EL PASO - 187,510 $ 1,704,635 $ ELLICOTT 22 $ $ $ - $ - $ 1,198,660 1,517,125 MS Security Cameras EL PASO $ $ 33,750 $ 168,748 $ 153,407 134,998 - $ - $ - $ HARRISON 2 Replace MS Fire Alarm $ Replace (2) ES Boilers 181,430 $ 45,357 $ 226,787 EL PASO 206,170 $ - $ - $ - $ HARRISON 2 JAMES IRWIN CHRT. MIDDLE EL PASO MS RTU Replacements 321,677 $ 107,226 $ 428,903 $ 277,349 $ - $ - $ - $ SCHOOL EL PASO ES Boiler Replacement 39,242 $ 49,944 $ 89,186 $ 70,998 $ - $ - $ - $ LEWIS-PALMER 38 THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY EL PASO New School 1,292,416 $ 11,631,745 $ 12,924,161 $ $ $ - $ - $ - 12,308,725 CHARTER ELBERT BIG SANDY 100J PK-12 Roof, Plumbing, & HVAC Repairs 8,421 $ 8,421 $ 16,842 $ 15,310 $ - $ - $ - $ $ ELBERT ELBERT 200 Phase I Roof Replacement 17,443 $ 1,938 19,381 $ 17,619 $ - $ - $ - $ ELBERT ELIZABETH C-1 $ 363,440 $ 649,000 $ 554,300 $ - $ - $ - $ MS Roof Replacement 285,560 $ KIOWA C-2 $ 27,611 $ 44,534 $ 43,551 16,923 - $ - $ - $ ELBERT Replace Districtwide Phone System GARFIELD 16 HS Roof Replacement 136,252 $ 204,378 $ 340,630 $ 120,201 $ - $ - $ - $ GARFIELD ES Traffic/Pedestrian, Fire Alarm, Flatwork - GARFIELD 273,595 $ 410,392 $ 683,987 $ GARFIELD 16 $ - $ - $ - $ Repair Project Roof Repair/Replacement, Boiler Repairs, KIOWA $ PLAINVIEW RE-2 236,163 $ 944,651 $ 799,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 708,488 Shop Windows/OH door LAKE LAKE R-1 348,939 $ 297,245 $ 646,184 $ HS Roof Repairs/Replacements $ - $ - $ - $ 487,416 LAS ANIMAS TRINIDAD 1 HS Exterior Door Hardware Replacement 31,961 $ 21,308 $ 53,269 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ $ LINCOLN Fire Alarm Upgrades 80,182 $ 51,264 $ 131,446 LIMON 115,997 $ - $ - $ - $ $ - MONTEZUMA MANCOS RE-6 MS IAQ & HVAC Upgrade 205,210 $ 250,812 $ 456,022 $ 402,296 $ - $ - $

94 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 94 FY2009- (cont.) 10 BEST GRANT MATCH TOTAL BALANCE BALANCE PAYMENTS DISTRICT BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF MATCHING MATCHING REMAINING AS BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY 100,023 $ 44,010 $ 56,013 Districtside Security Cameras MONTROSE RE-1J MONTROSE $ - $ - $ - $ 96,445 $ MONTROSE RE-1J - $ - $ $ - $ 150,442 $ 192,500 $ 84,700 $ 107,800 ES Roof Replacement MONTROSE $ MONTROSE RE-1J MS Roof Replacement 107,800 $ 84,700 $ 192,500 MONTROSE 125,297 $ - $ - $ - $ $ - $ - $ - $ 135,671 $ 154,419 $ 46,326 $ 108,093 WIGGINS RE-50(J) Partial ES Roof Replacement MORGAN 22,605 $ - $ 22,605 $ 20,550 $ ROUTT $ - $ - $ Emergency ES Fire Alarm Hayden Re-1 - SEDGWICK 874,665 HS HVAC Repairs and Renovations JULESBURG RE-1 1,523,619 1,534,500 $ $ $ - $ - $ - $ $ 659,835 Relocate (2) 8,000 Gal Propane Tanks Away WASHINGTON WOODLIN R-104 $ 88,593 $ 37,969 $ 126,562 $ 126,562 $ - $ - $ - From Playground YUMA $ Partial MS & VoAg Roof Replacements 183,863 $ 122,575 $ 306,438 $ 277,578 $ - $ YUMA 1 - $ - Skyview Campus Improvements/Add'n and $ - $ - $ 51,320,817 $ 21,041,535 $ 30,279,282 $ MAPLETON 1 ADAMS - $ - Renovation DELTA - $ - $ - $ 10,383,342 $ 11,387,070 $ 2,619,026 $ 8,768,044 Major ES Renovation DELTA 50(J) $ $ DOUGLAS RE 1 DOUGLAS $ 1,795,500 2,693,250 $ 4,488,750 $ 4,374,081 $ - $ - HS Safety/Security Upgrades - $ EL PASO Colorado School for Deaf & Blind Historical Building Renovation 10,601,140 $ - $ 10,601,140 $ 9,315,571 $ - $ - $ - $ $ $ New ES 3,261,355 $ 10,327,623 $ 13,588,978 FOUNTAIN 8 13,421,676 $ - $ - $ - EL PASO $ - $ 16,595,497 $ 17,590,273 $ - $ 17,590,273 Phase II of New PK-12 School MIAMI-YODER 60 JT $ - $ - EL PASO 1,503,791 ES Classroom Addition $ 1,353,412 $ 150,379 $ SWINK 33 $ 1,472,162 $ - $ - $ - OTERO $ $ PARK RE-2 New PK-12 Campus 15,060,382 $ 15,060,382 $ 30,120,764 PARK 28,962,529 $ - $ - $ - 6,169,766 - $ $ 5,922,975 Addition to K-8 School ALTA VISTA CHARTER SCHOOL PROWERS 246,791 5,847,426 $ - $ - $ $ $ $ ROUTT NORTH ROUTT CHARTER SCHOOL New PK-8 Charter School 3,107,333 $ 1,673,179 $ 4,780,512 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ $ CRESTONE CHARTER SCHOOL New K-12 School 5,327,806 $ 726,519 6,054,325 SAGUACHE 5,890,363 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 11,848,655 9,478,924 Renovate Historical K-12 School SILVERTON 1 SAN JUAN $ $ 11,753,226 $ $ 2,369,731 Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project 108,015,872 COP Award s $ 56,908,415 $ 169,454,841 $ 112,546,426 $ - $ - $ - $ $ - $ - $ - $ 26,923,106 $ 33,733,389 $ 18,774,360 $ 14,959,029 CASH Grant Awards $ - 127,505,455 $ 75,682,775 $ 203,188,230 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 134,938,978 $ - $ - $ $ All projects from the FY2009 -10 BEST Grant cycle have been completed and/or closed out. Note: Seven of the projects above were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: Mapleton 1’s ES/MS Roof & RTU Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • Mapleton 1’s ES Roof Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • - failed bond, unable to provide n and Renovation Skyview Campus Improvements/Additio Mapleton 1’s • required match; - did not have the matching funds to complete the project; • Deer Trail 26J’s Pool Building Renovation • Garfield 16’s ES Traffic/Pedestrian, Fire Alarm, Flatw ork Repair Project - did not have the matching funds to complete the project; HS Exterior Door Hardware Replacement - did not have the matching funds to complete the 1’s Trinidad • project; vide required match. unable to pro -8 Charter School - North Routt Charter School’s New PK •

95 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 95 Additional Information from Section 3 - An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistanc e has been provided, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each for project and, a statement of the amount of matching m oneys provided by the applicant for each project 11. FY2010- BEST GRANT TOTAL MATCH BALANCE BALANCE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE DISTRICT MADE AS OF REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY Restore Roofs at Multiple Sites $ 606,993 $ 151,748 $ 758,741 $ 697,455 ADAMS $ - $ - $ MAPLETON 1 - WESTMINSTER 50 ES Roof Replacement $ 420,720 $ 132,859 $ 553,579 ADAMS $ - $ - $ - $ 371,677 ADAMS MS Roof Replacement $ 941,040 $ 297,171 $ 1,238,211 1,016,673 $ - $ - $ - $ WESTMINSTER 50 $ ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J $ 105,600 $ 440,000 238,907 $ - $ 334,400 - $ - $ ARAPAHOE HS Stage Rigging Replacement SHERIDAN 2 ES Security Renovations to Control Access $ 813,781 $ 256,983 $ 1,070,764 1,023,474 $ ARAPAHOE $ - $ - $ - ARAPAHOE HS Security Renovations to Control Access $ 905,618 $ 285,984 $ 1,191,602 1,132,547 SHERIDAN 2 - $ - $ - $ $ - BOULDER ST VRAIN RE 1J HS ACM Abatement and New Fire Sprinkler $ 1,010,881 $ 1,052,141 $ 2,063,022 2,063,022 $ - $ $ $ - CHAFFEE SALIDA R-32 $ 267,419 $ 453,252 319,605 $ - $ - $ - $ MS Roof Replacement $ 185,833 $ NORTH CONEJOS RE-1J $ 60,060 $ 300,300 188,387 $ - $ 240,240 - $ - $ CONEJOS ES Partial Roof Replacement COLORADO SPRINGS 11 HS Fire Separation and Fire Sprinkler $ 314,903 $ 257,648 $ 572,551 539,361 $ - $ - $ - $ EL PASO - COLORADO SPRINGS 11 $ 284,350 $ 232,650 $ 517,000 362,338 $ MS Fire Sprinkler $ - $ - $ EL PASO - HARRISON 2 Ed Center/Alternative HS Intercom System $ 79,710 $ 19,928 $ 99,638 67,405 $ $ $ - $ - EL PASO $ EL PASO $ 163,820 $ 819,100 745,475 $ - $ 655,280 - $ - $ Roof Replacement JAMES IRWIN MIDDLE CS WEST GRAND 1-JT Fire Alarm Upgrade $ 19,768 $ 46,126 $ 65,894 59,493 $ - $ - $ - $ GRAND Enclosed Connecting Walkway Between 2 MARBLE CS GUNNISON $ $ 177,769 $ 1,438,310 $ 1,616,079 1,385,591 $ - $ - $ - Buildings $ HUERFANO RE-1 HS ADA Upgrades $ 402,595 $ 164,440 $ 567,035 499,121 HUERFANO - $ - $ - $ ES & HS Roof Replacements/Bat & Pigeon HUERFANO LA VETA RE-2 - $ $ 161,880 $ 223,549 $ 385,429 315,431 $ - $ - $ Dropping Abatement JEFFERSON JEFFERSON R-1 $ 886,680 $ 1,330,019 $ 2,216,699 2,027,794 $ - $ - $ - $ State Required Waste Water Improvements $ IGNACIO 11 JT $ 39,459 $ 64,687 49,762 $ - $ 25,228 - $ - $ LA PLATA Asbestos Abatement at Multiple Facilities LAKE R-1 MS Boiler Replacement $ 308,000 $ 242,000 $ 550,000 519,629 $ LAKE $ - $ - $ - LARIMER Fire Alarm Replacement at Multiple Sites $ 579,553 $ 680,344 $ 1,259,897 1,145,361 POUDRE R-1 - $ - $ - $ $ LAS ANIMAS TRINIDAD 1 SUPPLEMENTAL Replace HS Exterior Doors $ 75,938 $ 50,625 $ 126,563 93,571 $ - $ - $ - $ LAS ANIMAS TRINIDAD 1 $ 124,171 $ 82,781 $ 206,952 206,952 $ - $ - $ - $ Upgrade HVAC to Provide Fresh Air - LINCOLN $ 21,071 $ 27,931 $ 49,002 44,546 $ Fire Alarm Upgrade $ - $ - $ KARVAL RE-23 LINCOLN LIMON RE-4J HS RTUs Replacement $ 54,610 $ 30,718 $ 85,328 82,423 $ - $ - $ - $ $ MONTROSE ES HVAC Upgrades $ 246,400 $ 193,600 $ 440,000 416,485 MONTROSE RE-1J - $ - $ - $ 74,194 MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J HS Partial Roof Replacement $ 46,200 $ 36,300 $ 82,500 $ - $ - $ - $ MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J $ 560,560 $ 440,440 $ 1,001,000 920,478 $ - $ - $ - $ MS HVAC Upgrade EAST OTERO R-1 - $ 43,516 $ 7,084 $ 50,600 33,968 $ OTERO $ - $ - $ ES Fire Alarm Replacement - OTERO $ 175,477 $ 28,566 $ 204,043 176,694 $ ES Roof Replacement $ - $ - $ EAST OTERO R-1 HS Gym/Pool RTUs & HVAC Controls EAST OTERO R-1 $ OTERO $ 179,504 $ 29,222 $ 208,726 183,559 $ - $ - $ - Replacement OTERO MS Roof Replacement $ 185,704 $ 30,231 $ 215,935 178,540 EAST OTERO R-1 - $ - $ - $ $ OTERO EAST OTERO R-1 Partial HS Roof Replacement $ 127,157 $ 20,700 $ 147,857 125,214 $ - $ - $ - $ - OTERO $ 43,516 $ 7,084 $ 50,600 45,081 $ Replace Primary School Fire Alarm $ - $ - $ EAST OTERO R-1 $ GUFFEY COMMUNITY CS Emergency Srtuctural & Roof Repairs $ 163,115 $ 15,997 $ 179,112 176,085 $ - $ - $ - PARK $ - SAGUACHE MOFFAT 2 Replace Hardwood Gym Floor at PK-12 School $ 80,751 $ 49,493 $ 130,244 92,779 $ - $ - $

96 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 96 11 FY2010- (cont.) BEST GRANT MATCH TOTAL BALANCE BALANCE PAYMENTS DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY OTIS R-3 WASHINGTON $ - $ - $ - $ 27,521 $ 30,000 $ - $ 30,000 District Master Plan SUPPLEMENTAL Campus Improvements, 55,886,222 ADAMS $ 34,262,337 $ 22,031,271 $ 56,293,608 $ MAPLETON 1 $ - $ - $ - Renovations, Additions CHAFFEE $ SALIDA R-32 13,206,780 $ 17,961,801 $ 31,168,581 HS Replacement 29,895,073 $ - $ - $ - $ $ MONTROSE 6-8 Alternative School Facility Replacement 4,733,213 $ 1,531,688 $ 6,264,901 VISTA CS 6,043,855 $ - $ - $ - $ $ - $ 6,713,532 969,550 $ 7,683,082 $ 7,415,264 $ $ - $ - PARK LAKE GEORGE CS New PK-6 School 26,653,726 $ 28,481,944 $ 3,417,833 $ 25,064,111 New PK-12 School Facility HOLLY RE-3 PROWERS $ - $ - $ - $ 32,159,295 $ MONTE VISTA C-8 ES Addition/Renovation & HS Replacement 27,656,994 $ 4,502,301 $ RIO GRANDE $ 31,024,135 $ - - $ - $ - - $ 3,983,291 $ 3,983,338 $ 796,667 $ $ $ - $ ROUTT NORTH ROUTT CS SUPPLEMENTAL New K-8 Campus 3,186,671 $ $ $ 31,481,555 $ 30,242,048 $ - 4,722,233 $ - $ - SAGUACHE CENTER 26 JT ES Replacement 26,759,322 WASHINGTON $ - $ - $ - $ 22,928,641 $ 24,102,419 $ 7,084,651 $ 17,017,768 Replace ES/JRHS & HS With PK-12 School AKRON R-1 $ Junior High Addition to HS PEYTON 23 JT 3,054,054 $ 2,601,602 $ 5,655,656 - - $ - $ - $ $ EL PASO $ $ - $ - $ - $ - $ PK-12 School Replacement 3,537,108 $ 16,113,492 19,650,600 ELBERT 200 ELBERT $ 13,114,589 $ - $ - $ - $ - FLORENCE RE-2 ES Renovations and Addition 8,393,337 $ 4,721,252 $ FREMONT Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project 186,161,611 $ $ - $ - $ - 214,072,255 $ 260,039,568 $ 73,877,957 $ COP Award s 11,512,912 $ 8,499,030 $ 20,011,942 $ 17,646,598 $ $ - $ - $ - CASH Grant Awards Total COP and Cash Grant Awards $ - $ - $ - $ 231,718,854 $ 280,051,510 $ 82,376,987 $ 197,674,523 All projects from the FY2010 -11 BEST Grant cycle have been completed and/or closed out. Note: Three of the projects above were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • Peyton 23 JT ’s Junior High Addition to HS -12 School Replacement • Elbert 200 ’s PK - failed bond, unable to provide required match; -2’s ES Renovations and Addition • Florence RE - failed bond, unable to provide required match.

97 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 97 An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior Additional Information from Section 3 - a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial fiscal year that inclu des: assistance has been provided, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of ma tching moneys provided by the applicant for each for project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project FY2011- 12. MATCH TOTAL BEST GRANT PAYMENTS BALANCE BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT BALANCE REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION DISTRICT COUNTY ES Roof Replacement 742,031 $ 91,711 $ 833,742 $ 641,886 $ - $ - $ ADAMS $ ADAMS 14 - ADAMS 14 767,027 $ 94,801 $ 861,828 $ 725,685 $ - $ - $ - $ ADAMS ES Roof Replacement JrHS Roof Replacement $ $ 175,589 $ 1,596,266 $ 1,315,178 ADAMS 14 - $ - $ - $ ADAMS 1,420,677 - BENNETT 29J $ 313,321 $ 559,502 $ 411,864 $ 246,181 $ - $ - $ ADAMS HS RTU and Roof Replacement CORRIDOR COMMUNITY ADAMS New K-8 School 3,084,180 $ 2,423,284 $ 5,507,464 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ ACADEMY ADAMS HS ACM Abatement & Carpet Replacement 79,756 $ 67,940 $ 147,696 $ 134,269 $ - $ - $ - $ STRASBURG 31J STRASBURG 31J Replace Kitchen Floor $ 8,100 $ 17,608 $ 15,787 $ - $ - $ - $ ADAMS 9,508 $ WESTMINSTER 50 $ 126,654 $ 575,700 $ 370,040 449,046 - $ - $ - $ ADAMS ES Roof Replacement BYERS 32J PK-12 School Roof Replacement 555,039 $ 512,344 $ 1,067,383 $ 836,840 $ - $ - $ - $ ARAPAHOE HS ACM Abatement and Partial Roof ST VRAIN RE 1J $ 731,505 $ 702,817 $ 1,434,322 $ 1,093,321 $ - $ - $ - BOULDER Replacement COSTILLA $ Reroof a PK-12 School $ 378,132 $ 1,181,663 $ SIERRA GRANDE R-30 803,531 - $ - $ - $ 1,031,638 - $ 128,769 $ 176,000 $ 77,440 $ Fire Alarm Replacement @ 2 ES $ - $ - EL PASO COLORADO SPRINGS 11 $ 98,560 EL PASO HARRISON 2 181,565 $ 34,584 $ 216,149 $ 184,450 $ - $ - $ - $ ES Boiler Replacement HARRISON 2 198,438 206,328 $ 39,301 $ 245,629 $ EL PASO $ - $ - $ - $ ES Boiler Replacement 1,061,651 EL PASO 1,113,816 $ 212,156 $ 1,325,972 $ Replace Boilers at (3) ES $ - $ - $ - $ HARRISON 2 EL PASO LEWIS-PALMER 38 MS Roof Replacement 420,497 $ 513,941 $ 934,438 $ 367,031 $ - $ - $ - $ 933,054 ELBERT 459,755 $ 634,899 $ 1,094,654 $ Site Work and Roof Replacement $ - $ - $ - $ KIOWA C-2 GARFIELD ROARING FORK RE-1 ES Roof Replacement 273,694 $ 486,567 $ 760,261 $ 516,606 $ - $ - $ - $ $ $ ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEAF SCHOOL New PK-12 Deaf School 12,918,446 $ 500,000 $ 13,418,446 62,964 12,835,898 $ $ 60,618 $ 2,346 JEFFERSON LARIMER HS Roof Replacement 496,650 $ 658,350 $ 1,155,000 $ 904,011 $ - $ - $ - $ THOMPSON R-2J BRANSON 82 320,598 142,069 $ 275,781 $ 417,850 $ LAS ANIMAS $ - $ - $ - $ PK-12 School Roof Replacement 2,770,003 MONTROSE 2,465,319 $ 304,702 $ 2,770,021 $ PK-8 CS Renovation and Addition $ - $ - $ - $ PARADOX VALLEY CS PHILLIPS HOLYOKE RE-1J ES & JrSr HS Renovations 537,666 $ 389,344 $ 927,010 $ 466,047 $ - $ - $ - $ $ PHILLIPS 982,606 $ 711,541 $ 1,694,147 $ 1,427,950 ES & JrSrHS Roof Replacements - $ - $ - $ HOLYOKE RE-1J HS Domestic Water Piping Replacement & EATON RE-2 WELD $ 149,688 $ 266,112 $ 415,800 $ 378,000 $ - $ - $ - ACM Abatement YUMA $ 54,494 $ - $ - $ $ - $ 110,089 $ 121,098 WRAY RD-2 MS Partial Roof and Exhaust Fan Replacement 66,604

98 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 98 12 (cont.) FY2011- MATCH BEST GRANT TOTAL BALANCE BALANCE PAYMENTS BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & DISTRICT REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF REMAINING AS MATCHING MATCHING BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT COUNTY DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION $ $ - $ - $ - $ 16,178,223 $ 17,397,843 ARAPAHOE ENGLEWOOD 1 MS Renovation & Addn to Convert to Alt HS 9,220,857 $ 8,176,986 $ $ - $ - $ - K-8 CS Renovations and Addition 5,587,679 $ HORIZONS K-8 ALTERNATIVE CS BOULDER 5,984,744 $ 916,982 $ 5,067,762 $ 22,028,917 SANFORD 6J Major PK-12 Renovations 20,831,582 $ 1,197,335 $ 21,929,352 $ - $ - $ - $ CONEJOS EAGLE COUNTY CHARTER 12,240,332 - $ - $ $ $ 2,937,679 $ 9,302,653 New K-8 School - 11,759,867 EAGLE $ $ ACADEMY $ - $ - $ 18,525,085 $ 19,833,880 $ 2,373,694 $ 17,460,186 Replace Existing MS ELLICOTT 22* EL PASO $ - $ 2,900,663 $ 23,666,487 New PK-12 School BIG SANDY 100J ELBERT $ - $ - $ - $ 25,092,383 $ 26,567,150 $ 15,475,992 - $ - $ - $ $ 15,993,288 $ 9,099,431 $ 6,893,857 Renovation/Addition of (e) MS to Become K-5 IGNACIO 11 JT* LA PLATA 16,263,553 $ $ 3,457,066 $ 13,021,851 New PK-12 School PRAIRIE RE-11 16,478,917 $ - $ - $ - $ WELD 15,032,636 YUMA 11,162,671 $ 3,870,029 $ 15,032,700 $ Major PK-12 Renovations/Replacement $ - $ - $ - $ IDALIA RJ-3 $ ROSS MONTESSORI SCHOOL New PK-8 Charter School 6,640,933 $ 5,217,876 $ 11,858,809 $ - $ - $ - $ - CSI ELBERT ELBERT 200 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 19,963,485 $ 3,684,048 $ 16,279,437 New PK-12 School $ MONTEZUMA $ - $ - $ SOUTHWEST OPEN CS HS Improvements at CS 7,424,818 $ 3,494,032 - $ $ 10,918,850 - 27,305,054 - $ - $ - $ $ - $ 12,014,223 $ 15,290,831 HS Renovation LAKE R-1 LAKE $ - $ - $ - $ - $ SHERIDAN 2 MS Renovation & New 3-8 School 21,534,235 $ 6,800,284 $ 28,334,519 $ ARAPAHOE $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 2,643,318 $ 3,230,722 HS Addition PEYTON 23 JT EL PASO 5,874,040 $ Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project 145,844,770 COP Award s $ 68,783,646 $ 255,812,528 $ 187,028,882 $ - $ - $ - $ $ 2,346 $ 60,618 $ 62,964 $ 29,179,101 $ 39,455,649 $ 10,053,905 $ 29,401,744 CASH Grant Awards Total COP and Cash Grant Awards $ 216,430,626 $ 78,837,551 $ 295,268,177 2,346 175,023,871 $ 62,964 $ 60,618 $ $ Note: Six of the projects above were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: - unable to provide required match; ’s New PK -8 Charter School • Ross Montessori School Elbert 200 ’s New PK -12 School - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • • Southwest Open C harter School’s - failed bond, unable to provide required HS Improvements at CS match; • -1’s HS Renovation Lake R - back -up project, other projects were prioritized above them and there were not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance; Sheridan 2 ’s MS Renovation & New 3 -8 School - back -up project, other projects were prioritized above • them and there were not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance; -up project, other projects were prioritized above them and there were - back Peyton 23 JT • ’s HS Addition . not enough funds available this cycle to provide financial assistance

99 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 99 Additional Information from Section 3 - An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial fiscal year that includes: assistance has been provide d, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project for 13. FY2012- TOTAL BEST GRANT MATCH BALANCE PAYMENTS BALANCE TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE DISTRICT REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT COUNTY PROJECT DESCRIPTION HS ACM Abatement 626,790 $ 337,502 $ 964,292 $ 677,931 $ - $ - $ BRIGHTON 27J $ - ADAMS HS Fire Sprinkler Replacement 1,396,386 $ 393,853 $ 1,790,239 $ 1,611,410 $ - $ - $ - $ ARAPAHOE ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J VoAg Improvements 174,986 $ 98,493 $ 193,123 $ BYERS 32J $ - $ - $ - $ ARAPAHOE 94,630 $ LOTUS SCHOOL FOR EXCELLENCE $ 20,422 $ 510,540 $ 464,127 490,118 - $ - $ - $ Roof Replacement/Repairs; HVAC; Gym Floor ARAPAHOE Pikes Peak BOCES Replace Special and Alternative Needs School 11,930,727 $ 604,182 $ 12,534,909 $ 12,011,511 $ - $ - BOCES - $ $ ES Roof and Boiler Replacement, Asbestos BOULDER ST VRAIN RE 1J (BU) 932,527 $ 1,010,237 $ 1,942,764 $ 1,942,764 $ 932,527 $ 1,010,237 $ Removal, and Associated Finishes CHAFFEE 2,297,581 $ 4,460,011 $ 6,757,592 $ 6,309,789 $ - $ - $ - $ BUENA VISTA R-31 Replace Primary Wing of ES - SALIDA R-32 (BU) $ 9,554,328 $ 13,649,040 $ 13,066,304 $ 4,094,712 $ - $ - $ CHAFFEE ES Replacement CROWLEY ES & HS Gym Roof Replacement 630,306 $ 257,449 $ 887,755 $ - $ 887,755 $ 630,306 $ 257,449 $ CROWLEY RE-1-J Plumbing, Electrical, Science Lab, Roofing, DENVER 1 (BU) 3,813,816 $ 2,996,569 $ 6,810,385 $ DENVER $ - $ - $ - $ 6,104,003 and Auditorium Upgrades EL PASO CALHAN RJ-1 (BU) 1,056,570 $ 1,144,616 $ 2,201,186 $ 1,946,157 $ - $ - $ - $ Misc Safety and Security Upgrades CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN CHARTER Re-Work Main Entry, HVAC Upgrade, Door $ EL PASO 372,473 $ 238,138 $ 610,611 $ $ 21,649 55,510 $ 33,861 $ 555,101 Replacement ACADEMY COLORADO SCHOOL FOR THE EL PASO 146,238 $ 146,238 $ 595,343 $ 741,581 $ $ - $ Upgrade Lighting and Communication 741,581 $ - DEAF AND THE BLIND COLORADO SCHOOL FOR THE EL PASO Partial Roof Replacement 360,609 $ - $ 360,609 $ 186,940 $ 173,669 $ 173,669 $ - $ DEAF AND THE BLIND JAMES IRWIN CHARTER HIGH EL PASO Replace (18) HS RTU & Control Upgrade 413,284 $ 61,755 $ 475,039 $ 431,854 $ - $ - $ - $ SCHOOL FREMONT Update Fire Alarms in (3)-ES 209,654 $ 112,890 $ 322,544 $ CANON CITY RE-1 (BU) $ - $ - $ - $ 219,279 KIT CARSON ARRIBA-FLAGLER C-20 HVAC Repairs and Upgrades 557,676 $ 313,692 $ 871,368 $ 777,723 $ - $ - $ - $ $ LAKE 940,500 $ 709,500 $ 1,650,000 $ 1,125,820 ES Mechanical Repairs - $ - $ - $ LAKE R-1 Votech/Science Replacement, Safety / DOLORES RE-4A $ $ 2,618,558 $ 3,471,112 $ 6,089,670 MONTEZUMA 6,089,670 $ - $ - $ - Security Upgrades & Classroom Addition & MORGAN FT. MORGAN RE-3 HS Boiler Replacement and HVAC Upgrades 1,097,528 $ 274,382 $ 1,371,910 $ 1,235,290 $ 136,620 $ 109,296 $ 27,324 $ - $ - $ - $ 811,482 $ WIGGINS RE-50(J) $ 938,380 $ ES & HS Roof Replacements 694,401 $ 243,979 MORGAN OTERO 50,818 $ 22,831 $ 73,649 $ 62,941 Jr/Sr HS Fire Alarm Replacement - $ - $ - $ FOWLER R-4J (BU) $ PARK Roof Replacements 156,928 $ 333,473 $ 490,401 $ 324,841 $ - $ - $ - $ PARK RE-2 5,354,295 ASPEN COMMUNITY CS 4,179,398 $ 4,906,249 $ 9,085,647 $ Replace K-8 School $ 3,731,352 $ 1,716,422 $ 2,014,930 PITKIN $ PROWERS LAMAR RE-2 Boiler Replacements at (2)-ES & (1)-MS 1,782,374 $ 473,796 $ 2,256,170 $ 2,051,064 $ - $ - $ - $ 595,402 WASHINGTON 278,914 $ 401,365 $ 680,279 $ PK-12 Roof, HVAC, Code Project $ - $ - $ - $ LONE STAR 101 $ FT. LUPTON RE-8 MS Renovations 5,555,614 $ 5,128,259 $ 10,683,873 $ 10,360,872 $ - $ - $ - WELD $ - $ - $ 540,660 $ 625,810 $ - YUMA LIBERTY J-4 (BU) PK-12 Roof Replacement 262,840 $ 362,970 $

100 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 100 FY2012- 13 (cont.) BEST GRANT MATCH TOTAL BALANCE PAYMENTS BALANCE DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF REMAINING AS MATCHING MATCHING BEST AWARD 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION OF 6/30/15 AMOUNT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY DISTRICT 28,465,445 SHERIDAN 2 23,011,513 ARAPAHOE 6,490,426 $ 29,501,939 $ Replace ECC and Renovate MS $ - $ - $ - $ $ 17,303,278 $ - ELBERT ELBERT 200 Replacement of Existing PK-12 School $ $ 3,374,635 $ 20,677,913 $ 20,550,748 $ - $ - $ $ Replace ES & HS With New PK-12 School 14,170,935 $ 2,851,230 $ 17,022,165 HI PLAINS R-23 16,483,261 $ - $ - $ - KIT CARSON 11,396,979 LAKE LAKE R-1 HS Renovation and Addition 15,107,624 $ $ 26,504,603 $ 26,504,603 $ - $ - $ - $ 255,475 $ $ LINCOLN GENOA-HUGO C113 PK-12 Addition and Renovation 9,809,053 $ 6,609,572 $ 16,418,625 $ 15,784,007 $ 634,618 $ 379,143 42,082,107 $ 19,357,769 $ 22,724,338 HS Replacement MONTEZUMA-CORTEZ RE-1 MONTEZUMA $ - $ - $ - $ 32,978,317 $ $ SEDGWICK 10,172,704 $ 4,869,512 $ 15,042,216 $ 14,640,475 HS Renovation With ES Addition - $ - $ - $ PLATTE VALLEY RE-3 WASHINGTON OTIS R-3 PK-12 School Replacement 17,779,491 $ 2,806,495 $ 20,585,986 $ 19,750,106 $ 835,880 $ 721,924 $ 113,956 $ $ WELD GREELEY 6 (BU) Replace Existing MS 21,029,122 8,177,991 $ 29,207,113 $ 23,447,366 $ 5,759,747 $ 4,147,018 $ 1,612,729 $ - $ $ $ - WEST END RE-2 PK-12 School Replacement 12,980,172 $ 8,930,939 $ 21,911,111 $ - $ - MONTROSE $ $ $ - CSI ROSS MONTESSORI SCHOOL K-8 School Replacement 11,821,833 - 1,027,985 $ 12,849,818 $ - $ - $ 5,248,085 $ 7,230,245 $ 198,604,329 $ 251,803,596 $ 75,893,533 $ 175,910,063 COP Award s Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ 1,982,160 $ $ $ $ 3,331,589 $ 3,742,319 $ 7,073,908 73,684,796 85,569,366 $ 37,932,052 $ CASH Grant Awards 47,637,314 223,547,377 $ 5,313,749 $ 8,990,403 $ 14,304,152 $ 272,289,124 $ 337,372,962 $ 113,825,585 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards $ Note: Two of the projects above were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: West En - failed bond, unable to provide required match; • d RE- 2’s PK -12 School Replacement • Ross Montessori School ’s K-8 School Replacement - unable to provide required match.

101 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 101 Additional Information from Section 3 - An accounting of the financial ass istance provided through the prior fiscal year that includes: a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for which financial assistance has been provided, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each for project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project 14. FY2013- BEST GRANT MATCH TOTAL BALANCE BALANCE PAYMENTS TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE DISTRICT MADE AS OF REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MATCHING REMAINING AS MATCHING BEST AWARD 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION OF 6/30/15 AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY HS Security Improvements 33,506 $ 44,415 $ 77,922 Adams 70,838 $ - $ - $ - $ Strasburg 31J $ Westminster 50 ES Roof Replacement 560,197 $ 106,704 $ 666,901 $ 567,042 $ - Adams - $ - $ $ Arapahoe K-8 Partial Roof Replacement 381,987 $ 623,242 $ 1,005,228 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ Byers 32J $ Littleton Academy $ 588,804 $ 1,110,952 $ 1,009,956 522,147 - $ - $ - $ Littleton ES/MS HVAC Upgrade & Roof Replacement Delta 50(J) HS Partial Roof Replacement 99,553 $ 69,181 $ 168,735 $ Delta $ 112,913 $ 66,618 $ 46,294 $ 55,822 Delta Jr/Sr HS Roof Replacement 85,066 $ 59,114 $ 144,180 $ Delta 50(J) $ - $ - $ - $ 74,917 El Paso CIVA Charter Academy HS RTU Replacements 85,262 $ 61,742 $ 147,004 $ 133,640 $ - $ - $ - $ El Paso Colorado Springs 11 1,331,437 $ 781,955 $ 2,113,393 $ 1,391,754 $ - $ - $ - $ HS Boiler Replacement $ Lewis-Palmer 38 $ 557,321 $ 1,032,075 $ 920,626 474,755 - $ - $ - $ El Paso HS Roof Replacement Peyton 23 JT ES HVAC & Security Upgrade 174,225 $ 174,225 $ 348,450 $ El Paso $ 31,677 $ 15,839 $ 15,839 $ 316,773 Elbert $ ES Roof Replacement $ 459,967 $ 766,611 $ Elizabeth C-1 306,644 - $ - $ - $ - Elbert Elizabeth C-1 HS Roof Replacement 608,760 $ 913,140 $ 1,521,900 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 124,829 Jackson 79,393 $ 76,279 $ 155,672 $ Entry Security Vestibule & Re-Key Doors $ - $ - $ - $ North Park R-1 Jackson North Park R-1 Enclosed Corridor to Connect 2 Buildings 84,956 $ 81,624 $ 166,580 $ 158,648 $ - $ - $ - $ $ Jefferson PK-8 Roof/RTU/Site work Project 641,540 $ 345,445 $ 986,984 Free Horizon Montessori 897,259 $ - $ - $ - $ $ $ - Larimer Thompson R-2J ES Roof Replacement 203,808 $ 220,792 $ 424,600 $ 386,000 $ - $ - Logan Valley RE-1 $ 226,490 $ 781,000 $ 62,335 $ 718,665 $ 510,252 $ 208,413 $ PK-12 Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade 554,510 PK-12 Potable Water Storage and Treatment $ $ 124,410 $ 429,000 $ 55,735 Valley RE-1 373,265 $ 265,018 $ 108,247 $ Logan 304,590 $ Moffat County RE:NO 1 $ 130,505 $ 210,493 $ 129,659 79,987 - $ - $ - $ Moffat Renovation/Repair At 2 ES Holyoke Re-1J District Wide Security Upgrade 57,886 $ 47,362 $ 105,248 $ 95,680 $ - $ - $ - $ Phillips SUPPLEMENTAL HVAC Upgrades @ 2 ES & 1 Lamar RE-2 $ 723,511 $ 204,067 $ 927,578 Prowers 635,302 $ - $ - $ - $ MS Washington PK-12 Water Treatment System 33,558 $ 37,842 $ 71,400 $ 57,000 $ - $ - $ - $ Lone Star 101 - Gilcrest RE-1 135,269 $ 274,637 $ 409,906 $ Security Upgrades @ 6 Schools $ 409,906 $ 135,269 $ 274,637 $ Weld Weld Greeley 6 HS ACM Abatement 1,500,931 $ 423,340 $ 1,924,271 $ 95,680 $ 1,828,591 $ 1,426,301 $ 402,290 $ $ MINERAL K-12 School Replacement 8,683,253 $ 7,462,907 $ 16,146,160 CREEDE 1 10,344,721 $ 5,801,439 $ 3,119,960 $ 2,681,480 $ $ LAS ANIMAS KIM 88 Renovation and Addition to PK-12 School 7,923,336 2,717,118 $ 10,640,454 $ 5,669,776 $ 4,970,678 $ 3,701,379 $ 1,269,299 $ LINCOLN LIMON RE-4J 18,046,347 $ 6,973,015 $ 25,019,362 $ 15,801,253 $ 9,218,109 $ 6,648,978 $ 2,569,131 $ New PK-12 School and Gym Renovation MOFFAT 2 12,011,378 12,124,993 $ 4,552,677 $ 16,677,670 $ SAGUACHE $ 4,666,292 $ 3,392,486 $ 1,273,806 $ PK-12 School Replacement 6,492,292 PHILLIPS 3,253,084 $ 3,385,862 $ 6,638,946 $ K-12 Renovation and Addition $ 146,654 $ 71,860 $ 74,794 $ HAXTUN RE-2J CONEJOS SOUTH CONEJOS RE-10 PK-12 School Replacement 14,082,673 $ 5,477,745 $ 19,560,418 $ 13,477,545 $ 6,082,873 $ 4,379,411 $ 1,703,462 $ $ MORGAN 23,572,389 $ 11,092,888 $ 34,665,277 $ - MS Replacement 34,665,277 $ 23,572,389 $ 11,092,888 $ FT. MORGAN RE-3 (BU) Ross Montessori Charter School $ 1,039,916 K-8 School Replacement 11,959,040 $ 1,039,916 $ 12,998,956 $ - $ 12,998,956 $ 11,959,040 $ CSI (BU) $ 21,704,776 Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project COP Award s 99,645,115 $ 42,702,128 $ 142,347,243 $ 63,796,964 $ 78,550,279 $ 56,845,503 $ 7,239,493 $ $ 6,632,603 $ 15,696,083 $ 9,063,480 $ 3,475,017 $ 2,419,297 $ 1,055,720 CASH Grant Awards $ Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 108,708,595 $ 49,334,731 $ 158,043,326 $ 71,036,458 $ 82,025,296 $ 59,264,801 $ 22,760,495

102 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 102 Note: Four of the projects above were recommended by the Capital Construction Assistance Board and approved by the State Board for financial assistance, but were not funded this cycle: • -1’s ES Roof Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match; Elizabeth C Elizabeth C -1’s HS Roof Replacement - • failed bond, unable to provide required match; • Ft. Morgan RE -3s Middle S ch ool Replacement - failed bond, unable to provide required match ; Ross Montessori's New K- 8 School Replacement - unable to provide required match. •

103 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 103 Additional Information from Section 3 - An accounting of the financial assistance provided through the prior which financial a list of the public school facility capital construction projects for fiscal year that includes: assistance has been provided, the amount of financial assistance committed to be provided for but not yet provided for each project, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project and, a statement of the amount of matching moneys provided by the applicant for each project for 15. FY2014- MATCH BEST GRANT TOTAL BALANCE PAYMENTS BALANCE DISTRICT TOTAL AWARD & BALANCE REMAINING AS REMAINING AS MADE AS OF MATCHING MATCHING REMAINING AS BEST AWARD OF 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 6/30/15 OF 6/30/15 CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT DISTRICT PROJECT DESCRIPTION COUNTY ADAMS 12 STEM Partial Roof Replacement 354,344 $ 226,548 $ 580,892 $ - $ ADAMS $ 354,344 $ 226,548 $ 580,892 ADAMS HS Electrical Upgrades 57,507 $ 82,755 $ 140,262 $ - $ 140,262 $ 57,507 $ 82,755 $ STRASBURG 31J WESTMINSTER 50 - 485,052 $ 106,475 $ 591,527 $ ADAMS $ 591,527 $ 485,052 $ 106,475 $ Fairview ES Roof Replacement ADAMS WESTMINSTER 50 622,866 $ 136,727 $ 759,593 $ Hidden Lake HS Roof Replacement $ 759,593 $ 622,866 $ 136,727 $ - ALAMOSA ALAMOSA RE-11J Ortega MS Roof Replacement 2,608,859 $ 652,215 $ 3,261,074 $ 671,681 $ 2,589,394 $ 2,071,515 $ 517,879 $ ARAPAHOE ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J 826,662 $ 169,316 $ 995,979 $ - $ 995,979 $ 826,662 $ 169,316 $ Aurora Central HS Partial Roof Replacement ADAMS-ARAPAHOE 28-J - 1,825,680 $ 373,935 $ 2,199,615 $ ARAPAHOE $ 2,199,615 $ 1,825,680 $ 373,935 $ Dartmouth ES Misc. Repairs 96,108 ARAPAHOE 1,098,055 $ 164,077 $ 1,262,132 $ Sheridan HS Water Line Replacement $ 1,166,024 $ 1,014,441 $ 151,583 $ SHERIDAN 2 BENT LAS ANIMAS RE-1 JHS/HS Safety Upgrades 170,074 $ 80,035 $ 250,108 $ - $ 250,108 $ 170,074 $ 80,035 $ 117,617 CHAFFEE 246,512 $ 246,512 $ 493,023 $ Salida MS HVAC $ 375,406 $ 187,703 $ 187,703 $ SALIDA R-32 COSTILLA SIERRA GRANDE R-30 PK-12 Security Upgrades 194,536 $ 119,232 $ 313,768 $ 20,860 $ 292,908 $ 181,603 $ 111,305 $ $ $ Districtwide Security Upgrades 317,210 $ 178,431 $ 495,641 CROWLEY RE-1-J 4,668 $ 490,973 $ 314,223 $ 176,750 CROWLEY $ 962,579 $ 100,000 EL PASO EDISON 54 JT Jr/Sr HS Renovations 962,579 $ 100,000 $ 1,062,579 $ - $ 1,062,579 $ FREMONT CANON CITY RE-1 $ 86,979 $ 322,143 $ 110,754 $ 211,389 $ 154,314 $ 57,075 $ MS Fire Alarm Replacement 235,164 Jr/Sr HS Fire Escape / ADA Upgrades $ $ 18,000 $ 79,921 $ - LA VETA RE-2 79,921 $ 61,921 $ 18,000 $ HUERFANO 61,921 $ ARRIBA-FLAGLER C-20 $ 277,953 $ 661,792 $ 17,200 383,839 644,592 $ 373,863 $ 270,729 $ KIT CARSON PK-12 Roof Replacement and Repair $ Lake MS Roof Replacement 595,277 $ 320,534 $ 915,811 LAKE 327,017 $ 588,793 $ 382,716 $ 206,078 $ LAKE R-1 LARIMER MS Partial Roof Replacement 188,790 $ 462,210 $ 650,999 $ 575,837 $ 75,162 $ 21,797 $ 53,365 $ ESTES PARK R-3 103,521 PLATEAU VALLEY 50 185,424 $ 185,424 $ 370,849 $ PK-12 ACM Abatement / Carpet Replacement $ 267,328 $ 133,664 $ 133,664 $ MESA MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J Oak Grove ES Roof Replacement 42,621 $ 40,949 $ 83,570 $ - $ 83,570 $ 42,621 $ 40,949 $ 193,528 MONTROSE MONTROSE RE-1J Montrose HS HVAC Upgrades 193,528 $ 185,938 $ 379,466 $ - $ 379,466 $ $ 185,938 $ MORGAN BRUSH RE-2(J) 471,864 $ 243,081 $ 714,945 $ 23,300 $ 691,645 $ 456,486 $ 235,159 $ MS & HS Boiler Replacement $ OTERO 365,750 $ 40,639 $ 406,388 $ 25,329 Primary School Kitchen / MEP Upgrades 381,059 $ 342,953 $ 38,106 $ EAST OTERO R-1 Jr/Sr High School - Kitchen / MEP Upgrades / EAST OTERO R-1 $ $ 677,940 $ 75,327 $ 753,267 OTERO 44,853 $ 708,414 $ 637,572 $ 70,841 HS Pool Roof Replacement Pueblo County HS Fire Protection / Safety PUEBLO RURAL 70 $ 3,212,724 3,281,589 $ 10,850,760 $ 14,132,349 $ 9,948,003 $ 4,184,346 $ 971,622 $ PUEBLO Upgrades 10,660,350 FT. MORGAN RE-3 MS Replacement 24,936,252 $ 11,092,888 $ $ $ 1,404,861 $ 34,624,280 $ 23,963,929 $ 36,029,140 MORGAN 10,660,350 $ Denotes BEST Lease-Purchase Project $ COP Award s 24,936,252 $ 11,092,888 $ 36,029,140 $ 1,404,861 $ 34,624,280 $ 23,963,929 $ $ 16,453,645 $ 15,424,049 $ 31,877,694 CASH Grant Awards 12,086,750 $ 19,790,945 $ 12,847,306 $ 6,943,638 $ 17,603,989 Total COP and Cash Grant Awards 41,389,897 $ 26,516,938 $ 67,906,835 $ 13,491,611 $ 54,415,224 $ 36,811,235 $

104 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 104 -111 (1)(b) C.R.S. - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 Section 4 -43.7 A summary of the findings and conclusions of any public school facility inspections conducted during the prior fiscal year. -15 : School District and Charter School visits FY2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg 7/16/2014 Visited the district to attend a school board meeting to discuss the recently awarded cash grant. – Edison 54JT 7/16/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Date: -3 Attended owner’s representative interviews for new middle school project. Fort Morgan RE – 7/1 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg 8/2014 Date: -1J – Met the superintendent in the Denver tech center to discuss the selection process for Crowley County Re -15 awarded security/ fire alarm grant and long term goals of the district. the FY2014 Date: /2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson 7/24 -Hugo C113 – Genoa Visited and toured construction site, and attended meeting regarding grant reserve issues. 7/28/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: Met with the district and own er’s rep to review a change order that increased t he guaranteed Sheridan 2 – maximum price. 7/29/2014 Date: Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Custer County R – Visited the district to discuss the BEST grant program and tour facilities. -1 Date: Person who visited: Dustin Guerin 7/29/2014 Ouray R -1 – Visited the district to discuss the BEST grant program, discuss progress of master plan and tour facilities. Date: 7/30/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Archuleta County 50JT cuss the BEST grant program and tour facilities. – Visited the district to dis 7/30/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Date: -1J – Visited the district to discuss the BEST grant program. North Conejos Re 8/1/2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg -1 – Attended the master planning interviews and toured the school facilities. First meeting with Las Animas Re district at the school facilities. Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Date: 8/7/2014 – Toured school and discussed program and opp Cardinal Community Academy ortunities for master planning. Date: 8/12/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin & Scott Newell Salida R -32 – Attended ribbon cutting for the new Longfellow Elementary School. Scott Newell presented at the ceremony. Person who visited: Cheryl Date: 8/13/2014 – Went to the South High School project to review current change orders and budget and Denver Public Schools walked the construction project. Most of the BEST grant work complete in anticipation of student arrival end of August. 8/1 6/2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Elbert 200 – Attended the new PK- 12 ribbon cutting and grand opening. Date: 8/23/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Revere School District (Platte Valley RE -3) – Attended the new PK- 12 ribbon cutti ng. Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: 8/25/2014 Sheridan 2 – Toured the construction site with Sheridan administration and superintendent. Building is enclosed and working on the interior.

105 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 105 Person who visited: Kevin Hube r Date: 8/25/2014 Met with Eric Nilsen, director of maintenance and operations and the district’s accountant. Mesa County 51 – This was our initial meeting to review the BEST grant process. District is considering carpet replacement and asbestos abatement at multiple facilities. Toured Nisley Elementary and inspected the classrooms where the carpet is failing. 8/25/2014 Date: Person who visited: Kevin Huber Plateau Valley 50 – Met with Superintendent Greg Randall and Mike, the district’s facility maintenance technicia n. We conducted a tour of the entire facility, including the elementary roof. We discussed options for applying for a BEST Grant to replace ~30 heating, ventilating, and air conditioning units at the PK -12 school. Checked the classrooms that have carpet replace for their current BEST project. The project is expected to be completed in the summer of 2015. 8/26/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Date: – Met with Superintendent Allan Dillon and his master plan committee. We toured the De Beque 49JT elem entary and junior/senior high schools. We conducted master plan interviews with three architecture firms. 9/2/2014 Date: Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Hi Plains R – Visited with new superintendent and toured construction progress. Classes start ing this week, -23 construction nearly complete with exterior site work and minor interior work remaining. Temporary Certificate of Occupancy issued, teachers were moving in and setting up classrooms. Project was behind schedule due to ils issues and weather events, as well as labor shortages in recent months, but work is initial setbacks from so continuing at a high level of quality. Four day week will allow for significant after- hours work to complete the finishes and shop electrical work remaining. Date: 9/3/ 2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Adams 12 – Met facility staff that will be running the BEST grant roof project at STEM Launch. We discussed the al. Walked the process for submitting a fund request for payment, future grant cycles and BEST program in gener school building and identified areas where the building will be reroofed. Noted the whole building roof is in need to be replaced. 9/4/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: Aurora Lotus School for Excellence (Charter School - – Meet with the charter school principal and their budget ) manager to review the current grant under construction for a partial roof and upgraded heating, ventilation , and air conditioning. Reviewed the fund request process and status of a previously su bmitted fund request. The charter school moving forward will submit fund requests thru Aurora Public Schools accounting. Reviewed the BEST grant, discussed consideration for a master plan and submitting a BEST grant FY2015 -16. Date: 9/8/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber North Park R -1 – Conducted a site visit with the Superintendent Jim Anderson and the district facilities maintenance person. We discussed the district’s needs and what projects would qualify for a BEST grant. I reviewed the current s tatus of the BEST grant program, the district’s match percent and the BEST financial assistance timeline. I took a tour of the school as well. The district is interested in updating their exhaust fans that are located on the roof and updating some old pneu matic controls. The district is also interested in a gym addition and electrical upgrade. Date: 9/8/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Moffat 1 – I met with the district superintendent and other key district personnel. I reviewed the current status of the BEST grant program, the district’s match percent and the BEST financial assistance timeline. The district claims they have over $10 million in needs and wishes to have a master plan conducted. The district wants to possibly consolidate some of their elementary schools. The district’s board does not seem willing to allocate any money towards capital needs. For the district’s five schools, the budget for capital projects and maintenance this year is $30,000.

106 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 106 Person who visited: Ch eryl Honigsberg 9/8/2014 Date: – Met with the superintendent to discuss the BEST grant top priorities. The district will consider -1 Walsh Re developing a master plan to assist with possibly closing the elementary school and moving all students into the high school. The d istrict would like to approach the program for a BEST grant pending developing a plan. The superintendent will meet with the board of education mid -September to decide next steps. 9/9/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Date: -1 – I me t with the assistant superintendent, the district facilities director and the principal of Roaring Fork RE Glenwood Springs Elementary School. The district is currently having a master plan conducted and is looking to renovate and consolidate the elementary school. I reviewed the current status of the BEST grant program, the district’s match percent and the BEST financial assistance timeline. I toured the facility and took pictures of the deficiencies at Glenwood Spring Elementary School. The district is planning on coming for a BEST grant this cycle. 9/9/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Date: – I met with the school’s owners, architect and construction group. I Aspen Community Charter School conducted a site visit with Chris Penney, the owner’s representative. The project is moving along according to schedule. Once wall of the new school is up and all walls are set to be put up over the next few weeks. Date: 9/9/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Moffat 2 – Visited the district to check the status of the B EST grant project. Toured the site with the superintendent and the district’s owner’s representative. Discussed a pending reserve request for soils issues with the owner’s representative. Date: 9/9/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Creede 1 ited the district to see the BEST grant project and toured the site with the district’s owner’s – Vis representative. 9/10/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Date: -1 – Visited the district to check the status of the BEST grant project and toured the site Montezuma Cortez Re with the district’s owner’s representative. Discussed a pending reserve request for rock blasting with the superintendent and owner’s representative. Discussed budget and overall project performance. Date: Person who visited: Dustin Guerin 9/10/2014 Dolores Re – Visited the district to check the status of the BEST grant project. Toured the site with the -4 superintendent and District’s owner’s representative. Discus sed remainder of the scope to be completed and items that couldn’t be completed due to budget. Examined overall project challenges, including the FEMA flood plain requirements. Date: 9/10/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin Ignacio 11 JT the district to see the completed BEST grant project and toured the site with the District’s – Visited owner’s representative. Discussed remainder of the scope to be completed and timeline for implementing. 9/11/2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Pueblo Rural 70 – Met with the district facilities director and architect to discuss the processing of fund requests for the grant project. Also discussed the issues the project is incurring regarding the ability for the local fire department to utilize t he designed system which is the BEST grant. Walked the project partially completed and partially under construction. Date: 9/11/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Swallows Charter Academy – Met with the director and director of school service s to discuss resubmitting a BEST grant application for the balance of the construction needed which includes PK -6 classrooms and administration and the renovation of the existing elementary school building.

107 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 107 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: 9/17/2014 school / middle school and administration Ellicott 22 – Met with the superintendent to walk the new pre- building which is a BEST Grant FY2011 -12. Students occupied the building August 2014 and the facilities are full hool year. AI aso attended the construction meeting. The Ribbon cutting will be held swi ng into the new sc October 9, 2014. Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Date: 9/17/2014 gress. Rocky Mountain Deaf School – Attended owner/architect/contractor meeting, toured construction pro st th Plan to occupy November 1 , finishes underway. Ribbon cutting planned for December 6 . 9/20/2014 Date: Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Hi Plains R – Attended ribbon cutting ceremony. -23 Person who visited: Jay Hoskins on Date: 9/23/2014 -3 – Attended architect interviews for new middle school replacement project. Fort Morgan Re 9/23/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: Rocky Mtn. Academy of Evergreen o build – Met with the academy to discuss a potential BEST grant application t a gymnasium and address health and safety concerns. Toured the existing facilities built in 2007. 9/26/2014 Person who visited: Dustin Guerin & Scott Newell Date: Lake County R -1 – Attended the new Lake County High School ribbon cutting cerem ony. Date: 10/7/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Otis R -3 – Toured construction progress and attended Owner Architect Contractor meeting. Project proceeding -schedule, finishes underway, renovation nearly complete. Discussed options for parti al demolition of existing on buildings district plans to sell. Attended School Board meeting to discuss technology plan and limits of grant support for partial demolition. 10/9/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Date: le School – Toured construction progress and attended Owner Architect – Prairie Heights Midd Greeley 6 Contractor meeting. Project proceeding on -schedule, steel up, sheathing and interior light gage framing underway. Team walked the roadwork areas to discuss hidden subsurface soils and ut ility issues that have delayed that portion of the work and generated grant reserve requests. Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg 10/9/2014 Ellicott 22 – Attended the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting. Toured facility with 2 board members and superintendent. Date: Person who visited: Kevin Huber 10/14/2014 Garfield County 16 – Met with Ken Haptonstall, district superintendent, a few board members, and other district personal to conduct owner’s representative interviews. The district is g oing for a $30 million bond this year, and is interested in applying for a BEST grant. The selection committee chose NV5 to assist as an owner’s representative for district. 10/20/2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Sheridan 2 – Met with administrative team and toured the new 3/8 School. Project to be complete in January the contractor is on time. Date: 10/21/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg The Classical Academy – Met with the charter school to discuss their consideration of a BEST grant for The Classical Academy Central Elementary Campus. Also toured the Central Elementary School campus. Date: 11/6/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Plainview Re -2 – Toured facility and discussed the grant program and selection process underway for mechanical engineering consultant. Boiler noted as aged, ventilation issues, district having difficulties with piping corrosion suspected to be putting heating system in jeopardy. Kitchen area deficiencies also noted. New roof from pre vious grant is performing well, no issues.

108 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 108 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg 11/11/2014 Date: – Met with the Community School to outline the BEST program and Mountain Phoenix Community School discuss their considerations for a BEST grant FY2015- 16. They are working on a master plan for the facility to assist with prioritizing grant considerations. The school campus consists of numerous buildings new and old. 12/6/2014 Date: Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Attended ribbon Rocky Mountain Deaf School – -cutting ceremony and toured completed school. All parties very happy with project, school started 12/3/2014. Date: 12/8/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Attended the opening of the renovated and new entr ance at the Ft. Lupton Middle School. – Ft. Lupton Re8 Date: 12/9/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg James Irwin Charter School Toured the facility in Colorado Springs and discussed their potential grant – -16. application FY2105 12/9/2014 Person who Date: visited: Cheryl Honigsberg D11 – Met with the facility department to discuss their considerations for a BEST grant Colorado Springs – -16. application FY2015 Date: 12/9/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg – Me t with the charter academy to discuss the BEST grant program and their Colorado Springs Charter Academy consideration for a BEST grant Application FY2015 -16. Date: 12/9/2014 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Estes Park RE -3 – Met with the District staff and roofing consultant at Estes Park Middle School. I completed a -list walk for the new roof that was installed as part of their BEST grant. The project is over 95% final punch complete and looks great. A new metal roof was installed over the existing spray foam roof. I also discussed ot her capital needs the district may have; there is a potential to request a large skylight be replaced at the high school which leaks into the atrium. 12/15/2014 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg ols – Meet with the school to tour the facilities and discuss Vanguard Classical School/ Aurora Public Scho whether they might qualify for a grant. They notified the district they were interested but the facility is new. They want to add a field house for physical activities. on who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: 12/20/2014 Pers Sheridan 2 – Attended the ribbon cutting for the 3/8 which is now called Fort Logan Northgate School. The students and staff are to arrive January 12, 2015. Date: 12/29/2014 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Platte River Academy – Met with the academy principal and board member to review the BEST grant program -16. in consideration of a BEST grant application FY15 1/15/2015 Person who visited: Kevin Huber Date: Platte Canyon 1 – Met with district superin tendent, Jim Walpole and David, the facilities maintenance director to review the district’s priority deficiency list and to tour the district’s schools. We reviewed the district’s capital projects deficiency list. We also discussed possible options for a BEST grant and the application process. We reviewed statewide facility information and completed a site visit of all schools. The middle school roof was a main topic of discussion, including what would be required for a BEST grant. The district plans to ap ply for the FY15 -16 grant cycle. Date: 1/27/2015 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg SkyView Academy - Charter School – Met with the Principal and the Business Manager to review considerations for a grant application FY15 -16. The existing roof is leaking and the fire sprinkler system is leaking. The academy has partially addressed the fire sprinkler piping. The existing building was built on 2001 and has been renovated.

109 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 109 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: 1/29/2015 – Met at Cunningham Group Architecture, architectural firm that is KIPP Schools – Sunshine Peak Academy assisting the academy with a master plan and a BEST grant application. Reviewed the academy’s grant project be for an addition to address the condition of modulars and an unsecure site. they will submit. Project will 1/29/2015 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen – Met at Cunningham Group Architecture, architectural firm that is assisting the academy with a master plan and possible BEST grant application. Reviewed the academy’s grant project they will submit. The grant will consist of a secured corridor connection between the existing buildings and creating a main entrance. Included will be a s mall gymnasium and specialty classroom addition that will address the current weather conditions students are exposed to. 1/30/2015 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Date: – Met with the facilities department to discuss their consider ation for a BEST grant application at Brighton 27J Brighton Heritage Academy High School. Toured the facility with the district. Application will consider replacing the existing roof which is leaking and asbestos abatement that has been impacted by the leaking roof. The grant may also consider addressing the buildings communication system. District has not decided if they will submit. Date: 3/12/2015 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Bennett 29J – Met with Superintendent and consultants to discuss grant applicati on scope, budget, and feasibility concerns with the proposed prefabricated metal building sandwiched between two site -built facilities. Walked site and suggested alternative approaches to address the deficiencies, and recommended bringing in more qualified consultants to evaluate and provide guidance. 3/17/2014 Person who visited: Jay Hoskinson Date: Limon Re -4J – Sat in on Owner/Architect/Contractor meeting to get updated on the project. Walked the site with the superintendent and architects, discussi ng progress and challenges to date. Discussed upcoming supplemental grant application to cover locker room scope originally intended in the grant, witnessed CMU wall instability in shower area. Progress on final scope is on schedule and of good quality. Da 5/28/2015 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg te: Sheridan 2 – Early Childhood Center – Met with facilities personnel to walk the renovation of the former middle school to the new Early Childhood Center. Staff and students have moved in. The General Contractor has not completed the punch list on the project. This is the second phase of the 3/8 New School grant project. Date: 6/4/2015 Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Sheridan 2 – Reviewed the 3 pending reserve requests. The firs t one is for the 3/8 to complete the High School – work that was assigned to the initial reserve request to replace/ upgrade water service/ fire service to the 3/8. Second request is for additional work required by Denver Fire during an inspection that was not required at the time of the original grant when the Sheridan Fire Department was still in existence. The third is for additional pumps required to provide the necessary pressure to the high school as required by Denver Water. Date: 6/19/2015 Person who visited : Cheryl Honigsberg Lincoln Academy Charter School – Met with the charter school principal, board member, architect and owner’s rep (working on the master plan) to discuss a BEST grant FY2016 -17. Toured facility and discussed considerations for the BEST grant related to health and safety. The charter school is in process of developing their master plan and project decisions are still being considered.

110 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 110 6/30/2015 Date: Person who visited: Cheryl Honigsberg Kim 88 – Travel to Kim with superintendent a nd general contractor to attend the Owner, Architect, Contractor construction meeting. The project status and schedule were reviewed. We toured the construction site. Project approximately 70% complete.

111 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 111 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -43.7 -111 (1)(c) C.R.S. Section 5 A summary of any differences between the common physical design elements and characteristics of the highest performing schools in the state and the lowest performing schools in the state as measur ed by academic productivity measures such as the Colorado student assessment program created in part 4 of article 7 of this title or Colorado ACT results. Definitions of factors used in determining this statutory requirement: School Performance Frame 2014 *: work The District Performance Framework and the School Performance Framework serve to: 1) H old districts and schools accountable for performance on the same, single set of indicators and measures; and nform a differentiated approach to state support based on performance and need. 2) I These aims are a central part of the Colorado Department of Education’s Statewide System of Accountability and Support and the goals outlined in The Education Accountability Act of 2009 (SB 09 -163). They are critical to enabling the state to better support district evaluation, planning, decision -making, and implementation in improving schools. To support the various state, district and school uses of the performance frameworks , district and school performance frameworks will be provided to districts annually at the start of the school year. The performance indicators are: Key Performance Indicators for the Performance Framework The performance frameworks measure attainment o n the four key performance indicators identified in SB 09 - 163 as the measures of educational success: academic achievement, academic longitudinal growth, academic growth gaps and postsecondary and workforce readiness. State identified measures and metrics for each of these performance indicators are combined to arrive at an overall evaluation of a school’s or a district’s performance. For districts, the overall evaluation leads to their accreditation. For schools, the overall evaluation plan schools will implement. Districts will continue to accredit schools, and they may do so leads to the type of using the state’s performance framework or using their own more exhaustive or stringent framework. For this report we evaluated the top 100 schools which receive d a rating of Performance against the bottom 100 schools which received a rating of Turnaround against their facility assessment rating. For more information visit http://www. schoolview.org/performance.asp Is the school healthy for its occupants? (As assessed in March 2010) Assessment Score for Healthy Occupants - The score can be 1 to 5, 1 being the most unhealthy. The question is comprised of the average scores of: Does the system provide fresh air as recommended in the capital construction guidelin es and as required by code; What is the air quality for carbon dioxide; What is the air quality for carbon monoxide in boiler rooms or at air supply ducts; What are the lighting levels; How does the water test water test at one location in each school for lead and copper ; Are hazardous materials safely managed; Are the school facilities including kitchens maintained in a clean and sanitary manner as required by Colorado Health Codes; Does the school have daylight with views in all learning areas; Does the s chool have acoustical materials to reduce ambient noise levels and minimize transfer of noise between classrooms, corridors and other learning areas?

112 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 112 Assessment Scoring Rubric - There are observable or anecdotal data available regarding indoor air quality, building and finish materials, thermal comfort and control, lighting quality, acoustics, and ergonomic design to infer that the overall school environments: 1= May be unhealthy for its occupants. 2= Are negatively affected and may be generally unhealthy for its occupants. 3= Are negatively affected but may be generally healthy for its occupants. 4= Are generally healthy for its occupants. 5= Are healthy for its occupants. Summary of Findings Median Assessment Median Average School Performance Average Assessment Score for Healthy Year Built Score Rating Year Built Occupants Framework 2014 Highest Performance Rated Schools 1981 4 1981 3.71 Lowest Performance Turnaround Rated 1961 4 1960 3.56 Schools School Assessment Performance Score for Framework Healthy 2014 Occupants Rating/Score Year Built District Name School Name Performance BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 BEAR CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plan - 100 1970 3 Performance CHERRY CREEK 5 DRY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1972 4 Plan - 100 Performance HERITAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CREEK 5 CHERRY - 100 4 Plan 1976 Performance THE VANGUARD SCHOOL (HIGH) CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 12 - 100 4 2008 Plan Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 DSST: BYERS MIDDLE SCHOOL - 100 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Performance STECK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Plan - 100 4 1930 Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 SWIGERT INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - 100 Data N/A Plan Data N/A Performance EDISON 54 JT EDISON ACADEMY Plan - 100 Data N/A Data N/A BERGEN VALLEY INTERMEDIATE Performance JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 SCHOOL Plan 100 1997 4 -

113 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 113 Performance JEFFERSON COUNTY R BRADFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL -1 100 1990 Plan 4 - FOUNTAIN INTERNATIONAL MAGNET Performance PUEBLO CITY 60 SCHOOL 1971 Plan - 100 3 Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 DSST: STAPLETON HIGH SCHOOL 4 Plan 2004 - 99.5 Performance -1 TRAUT CORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL POUDRE R 1998 Plan - 98.9 4 Performance ALTONA MIDDLE SCHOOL ST VRAIN VALLEY RE 1J - 98.8 2005 4 Plan CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE ELEMENTARY Performance CHERRY CREEK 5 SCHOOL Plan 1983 4 - 98.6 Performance TCA COLLEGE PATHWAYS ACADEMY 20 2009 Plan - 98.5 4 Performance SUPERIOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 - 98.2 1996 3 Plan Performance -1 JEFFERSON COUNTY R PARMALEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 98.1 - 1963 4 Plan Performance SLAVENS K -8 SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 97.9 1956 3 Plan Performance REDSTONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 Plan - 97.9 4 2005 Performance BRADFORD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL -1 JEFFERSON COUNTY R 4 - 97.9 Plan 1994 Performance -1 JEFFERSON COUNTY R MARSHDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 97.9 - 3 Plan 1980 Performance MEIKLEJOHN ELEMENTARY JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 - 97.9 Plan 4 2006 Performance OURAY MIDDLE SCHOOL OURAY R -1 - 97.9 1937 3 Plan Performance BELLEVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHERRY CREEK 5 - 97.5 1954 4 Plan Performance 5 WILLOW CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHERRY CREEK Plan - 97.5 1977 4 DSST: GREEN VALLEY RANCH HIGH Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 SCHOOL - 97.5 Data N/A Plan Data N/A POLARIS AT EBERT ELEMENTARY Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 SCHOOL Plan - 97.2 1924 3 Performance JEFFERSON DENNISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -1 COUNTY R - 97.2 1958 4 Plan Performance -1 UTE MEADOWS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R Plan - 97.1 1987 4

114 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 114 PARKER CORE KNOWLEDGE CHARTER Performance DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 SCHOOL 97 2000 Plan 3 - Performance COYOTE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -J THOMPSON R2 2008 4 Plan - 96.9 Performance MCAULIFFE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Data N/A Plan Data N/A - 96.7 Performance CORY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 1951 Plan - 96.6 3 Performance -1 LIBERTY COMMON CHARTER SCHOOL POUDRE R - 96.5 1997 3 Plan Performance -1 JEFFERSON COUNTY R DEVINNY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 Plan 1964 - 96.4 Performance DENVER SCHOOL OF THE ARTS DENVER COUNTY 1 2003 Plan - 96.3 4 Performance BROMWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 96 1975 3 Plan THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY HIGH Performance ACADEMY 20 SCHOOL 95.9 Plan 2001 - 4 Performance STEELE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COLORADO SPRINGS 11 - 95.9 1953 4 Plan MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY Performance ACADEMY 20 SCHOOL Plan - 95.8 2004 4 COTTONWOOD CREEK ELEMENTARY Performance CREEK 5 CHERRY SCHOOL - 95.8 4 Plan 1976 Performance DENVER COUNTY 1 DSST: STAPLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL 95.8 Data N/A Data N/A - Plan Performance FRASER VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EAST GRAND 2 Plan 1980 4 - 95.8 COAL CREEK CANYON K -8 Performance COUNTY R -1 JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 95.8 1963 4 Plan Performance PALMER 38 PALMER RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL LEWIS- Plan - 95.8 2008 4 Performance WINDSOR RE- 4 WINDSOR CHARTER ACADEMY 95.8 - 2001 4 Plan Performance MEAD MIDDLE SCHOOL ST VRAIN VALLEY RE 1J - 95.4 1970 3 Plan STEAMBOAT SPRINGS RE- STRAWBERRY PARK ELEMENTARY Performance SCHOOL 2 - 95.3 4 1981 Plan Performance LONE STAR MIDDLE SCHOOL LONE STAR 101 Plan - 94.4 1961 4 Performance POUDRE R ZACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -1 Plan - 94.4 2002 4

115 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 115 Performance -1 POUDRE R BETHKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 94.4 2008 4 Plan - VICTORY PREPARATORY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL Performance HIGH STATE CHARTER INSTITUTE Data N/A Data N/A Plan - 94.3 Performance FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LITTLETON 6 4 Plan 1963 - 94.3 Performance CHERRY CREEK CHARTER ACADEMY CHERRY CREEK 5 1968 Plan - 93.8 3 Performance BUFFALO RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 - 93.8 1997 Plan 4 Performance ANIMAS VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DURANGO 9 -R - 93.8 4 Plan 1994 Performance O'DEA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL R- 1 POUDRE 1963 Plan - 93.8 3 Performance ASPEN RIDGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL ST VRAIN VALLEY RE 1J - 93.8 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Performance -1 UPPER BLUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUMMIT RE - 93.8 1996 4 Plan CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY Performance CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 12 SCHOOL - 93.7 1985 Plan 3 Performance JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 MANNING OPTIONS SCHOOL Plan - 93.6 1958 4 Performance LEWIS- LEWIS- PALMER HIGH SCHOOL PALMER 38 - 93.4 3 Plan 1979 Performance PECK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -1 JEFFERSON COUNTY R 93.1 1966 Plan - 4 BOULDER COMMUNITY Performance BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 SCHOOL/INTEGRATED STUDIES - 92.8 1963 Plan 4 Performance HIGH PEAKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 - 92.8 1963 4 Plan Performance BROADMOOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN 12 - 92.8 Plan 1955 3 Performance LARKSPUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 Plan - 92.8 1973 4 Performance LITTLETON 6 WILDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 92.8 1974 4 Plan Performance ELK CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 Plan - 92.7 1989 4 Performance -1 MITCHELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R Plan - 92.7 1997 4 Performance LITTLETON 6 RUNYON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plan - 92.6 1969 3 Performance BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 HORIZONS K -8 SCHOOL 3 - 92.5 2012 Plan

116 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 116 ADAMS 12 FIVE STAR Performance COTTON CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOOLS 1979 Plan - 92.4 3 THOMAS MACLAREN STATE CHARTER CHARTER SCHOOL Performance INSTITUTE SCHOOL 1970 3 - 92.4 Plan DISCOVERY CANYON CAMPUS HIGH Performance ACADEMY 20 SCHOOL - 92.2 4 2005 Plan Performance CHERRY CREEK 5 PEAKVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plan 1991 3 - 92.1 Performance WILLIAM (BILL) ROBERTS K -8 SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Plan 92 2006 3 - Performance GRANDVIEW HIGH SCHOOL CHERRY CREEK 5 - 91.9 Plan 4 2003 Performance COAL BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 91.7 1984 4 Plan Performance GREENWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHERRY CREEK 5 - 91.7 1958 4 Plan Performance CHERRY CREEK 5 PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 91.7 Data N/A Plan Data N/A Performance DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 LONE TREE ELEMENTARY Plan - 91.7 2007 4 Performance DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 PLATTE RIVER CHARTER ACADEMY - 91.7 4 Plan 2004 Performance SADDLE RANCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 1999 Plan - 91.7 4 Performance -1 WARDER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R - 91.7 1973 4 Plan Performance WEST WOODS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 - 91.7 1996 4 Plan Performance STOVE PRAIRIE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL POUDRE R -1 Plan - 91.7 1896 4 Performance SALIDA R CREST ACADEMY -32 Plan - 91.7 Data N/A Data N/A Performance BOULDER VALLEY RE 2 JAMESTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 91.6 1954 4 Plan RED FEATHER LAKES ELEMENTARY Performance -1 POUDRE R SCHOOL - 91.6 1985 Plan 3 Performance ST VRAIN VALLEY RE 1J FLAGSTAFF CHARTER ACADEMY Plan - 91.5 1996 4 Performance SUMMIT RE SUMMIT COVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL -1 - 91.5 1996 4 Plan Performance NORTHRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 Plan - 91.4 1982 4

117 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 117 VICTORY PREPARATORY ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL Performance R INSTITUTE MIDDLE STATE CHARTE 91.3 Data N/A Plan N/A - Data Performance EAGLE VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL EAGLE COUNTY RE 50 1980 4 Plan - 91.3 Performance SANDBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LITTLETON 6 Plan 4 1967 - 91.3 Performance ACADEMY 20 AIR ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL Plan 1959 3 - 91.2 Performance -ARAPAHOE 28J AURORA QUEST K -8 ADAMS - 91.2 2008 Plan 4 DEER TRAIL JUNIOR -SENIOR HIGH Performance DEER TRAIL 26J SCHOOL 1972 4 Plan - 91.2 Performance SCENIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MESA COUNTY VALLEY 51 1969 Plan - 91.2 3 Turnaround AMESSE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 59.6 1973 3 Plan Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 SOAR AT GREEN VALLEY RANCH - 58.5 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Turnaround NOEL COMMUNITY ARTS SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 56.9 Plan Data N/A Data N/A Turnaround CHELTENHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Plan - 50 1970 4 Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 GREENLEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - 49.9 Data N/A Plan Data N/A CHARLES M. SCHENCK (CMS) Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 COMMUNITY SCHOOL 49.6 1958 Plan 4 - Turnaround VENTURE PREP MIDDLE SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 48.2 Data N/A Plan N/A Data Turnaround KEPNER MIDDLE SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 45.6 1951 4 Plan Turnaround MANUAL HIGH SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Plan - 45.4 1953 3 Turnaround HARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 Plan - 45.2 1993 4 Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 LAKE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL - 45 Data N/A Data N/A Plan DENVER PUBLIC MONTESSORI Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 OOL JUNIOR/SENIOR HIGH SCH Plan Data N/A Data N/A - 43.3 Turnaround FAIRVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 - 43 4 1924 Plan Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 SCHMITT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plan - 42.8 1955 4 Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 ESCUELA TLATELOLCO SCHOOL 3 - 42.2 1931 Plan

118 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 118 CENTENNIAL A SCHOOL FOR Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 EXPEDITIONARY LEARNING 40.3 1975 Plan 3 - Turnaround WYATT ACADEMY DENVER COUNTY 1 1887 3 Plan - 40 Turnaround WEST GENERATIONS ACADEMY DENVER COUNTY 1 Data N/A Plan Data N/A - 39.1 Turnaround WEST HIGH SCHOOL DENVER COUNTY 1 1925 Plan - 38.5 4 Turnaround OAKLAND ELEMENTARY DENVER COUNTY 1 - 37.7 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 VALVERDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 Plan 1924 - 37.4 SIMS FAYOLA INTERNATIONAL Turnaround DENVER COUNTY 1 ACADEMY DENVER Data N/A Data N/A Plan - 37.2 Turnaround AGUILAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AGUILAR REORGANIZED 6 - 36.9 1939 4 Plan Turnaround -ARAPAHOE 28J JEWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADAMS 36.3 1977 3 Plan - HIGHLINE COMMUNITY ELEMENTARY Turnaround CHERRY CREEK 5 SCHOOL Plan - 36.1 1991 4 HOPE ONLINE LEARNING ACADEMY Turnaround DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 MIDDLE SCHOOL - 36 Data N/A Plan Data N/A Turnaround MIAMI/YODER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JT MIAMI/YODER 60 1915 4 Plan - 35.5 -CORTEZ MONTEZUMA Turnaround KEMPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RE- 1 - 34.6 1959 3 Plan Turnaround WHEAT RIDGE 5 -8 JEFFERSON COUNTY R -1 - 34.4 Data N/A Plan Data N/A RISLEY INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF Turnaround PUEBLO CITY 60 INNOVATION - 33 Plan 1992 4 Turnaround ADAMS FLETCHER COMMUNITY SCHOOL -ARAPAHOE 28J Plan - 32.5 Data N/A Data N/A CHARTER SCHOOL MOUNTAIN SONG COMMUNITY Turnaround SCHOOL INSTITUTE - 31.3 Data N/A Data N/A Plan BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY Turnaround PUEBLO CITY 60 SCHOOL - 31.3 1953 3 Plan Turnaround CARLILE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUEBLO CITY 60 - 31.3 1931 Plan 3 Turnaround FISHER'S PEAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRINIDAD 1 Plan - 31.3 2002 4 Turnaround PUEBLO CITY 60 MINNEQUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Plan 30.7 1976 3 -

119 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 119 MOUNTAIN SAGE COMMUNITY Turnaround POUDRE R -1 SCHOOL 30.5 Plan Data N/A - Data N/A Turnaround IRVING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUEBLO CITY 60 2004 Plan - 30.5 3 Turnaround PUEBLO CITY 60 HEROES MIDDLE SCHOOL 3 Plan 1954 - 30.3 Turnaround JUNIPER RIDGE COMMUNITY SCHOOL MESA COUNTY VALLEY 51 Data N/A Data N/A Plan - 30.2 Turnaround -1 SNOWY PEAKS HIGH SCHOOL SUMMIT RE - 30.2 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Turnaround -1 O'CONNELL MIDDLE SCHOOL JEFFERSON COUNTY R 4 Plan 1994 - 30.1 THE ACADEMIC RECOVERY CENTER OF Turnaround CENTER 26 JT SAN LUIS VALLEY - 30 2001 4 Plan Turnaround PUEBLO ACADEMY OF ARTS PUEBLO CITY 60 4 - 29.1 Plan 1961 Turnaround CANON ONLINE ACADEMY CANON CITY RE -1 - 28.1 Data N/A Data N/A Plan ALAMOSA OMBUDSMAN SCHOOL OF Turnaround -11J ALAMOSA RE EXCELLENCE Plan - 28 Data N/A Data N/A Turnaround -1 WESTPARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LAKE COUNTY R 4 - 27.4 Plan 1962 HOPE ONLINE LEARNING ACADEMY Turnaround DOUGLAS COUNTY RE 1 ELEMENTARY - 27.3 Data N/A Data N/A Plan GRANDE RIVER VIRTUAL ACADEMY Turnaround MESA COUNTY VALLEY 51 ELEMENTARY - 27.1 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Turnaround GREELEY 6 ENGAGE ONLINE ACADEMY - 25.2 Plan Data N/A Data N/A Turnaround WORLD ACADEMY EAGLE COUNTY RE 50 - 25.1 Data N/A Data N/A Plan Turnaround IGNACIO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IGNACIO 11 JT - 25.1 2013 Plan 4 MONTEZUMA -CORTEZ Turnaround MANAUGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RE- 1 Plan - 25.1 1959 3 Turnaround PUEBLO CITY 60 RONCALLI STEM ACADEMY - 25.1 Plan 3 1965 *Note: The legislation provides for a one -year hold on district accreditation ratings and school plan types, allowing the state, districts, and schools time to review the new state assessment results without implications for school and district accountabil ity purposes. Specifically, district accreditation ratings and school plan types will not be assigned in fall 2015. They will be resumed in the 2016 -16 school year, -17 school year. During the 2015 districts and schools will continue to implement the plan t ypes that were assigned in fall 2014. The 5 -year accountability clock for districts and schools in Priority Improvement or Turnaround will not include the 2015 -16 school year, which derives its data from FY2014 -15.

120 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 120 - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 -111 (1)(d) C.R.S. -43.7 Section 6 A list of the financial assistance applications for public school facility capital construction that were denied financial assistance during the prior fiscal year that includes for each project: • A brief project description; A statement of the amount and type of financial assistance requested for the project; • • A statement indicating whether or not the BEST Board recommended a financial assistance award for the project; A summary of the reasons why th • e BEST Board or the State Board denied financial assistance for the project. Total Request & District / Charter Requested District Matching Matching Notes County Project Description School Contribution Amount Contribution The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB noted that the urgency and need was not ADAMS Metz ES Roof Repl a c ement 527,203.67 $ 115,727.63 $ 642,931.30 $ W es tmi ns ter 50 clearly identified in the application for Metz Elementary School. The CCAB awarded the priority 1 and 2 grants submitted by the district. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB noted that this was your priority two of two Alamosa HS Partial Roof $ $ 170,491.86 1,704,918.60 1,534,426.74 $ ALAMO SA Alamosa Re-11J grants. The Board also noted that the district has substantial bonding capacity Repl a c ement remaining and believed the cost of the project to be manageable with district resources. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle Virginia Court ES Security Adams-Arapahoe 28-J 367,500.00 ARAPAHO E 305,025.00 $ 62,475.00 $ $ due to the limited funds available. The CCAB felt the project was less important and less Vestibule Renovations urgent than many of the other projects submitted this cycle. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle Aur or a Ac a demy due to the limited funds available. The CCAB questioned the long term goals and master 60,500.00 Security Upgrades 57,475.00 $ 3,025.00 $ ARAPAHO E $ Charter School planning of the charter school. The security upgrades did not appear to completely r es ol ve the c onc er n. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB felt the project did not address facility concerns, was not as a high of priority as the other applications, the project was a Caprock Academy Si te W or k I mpr ovements 381,645.81 $ 107,643.69 $ 489,289.50 $ CSI possible result of poor planning when constructing the new school, that costs were insufficient based off the scope of work and unsure if the project was directly related to health and safety. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds Ross Montessori 8,063,763.75 $ Ros s Sc hool Repl a c ement 930,454.75 $ 7,133,309.00 $ CSI did not get funded. The CCAB had concerns about the increase in debt obligation, if the Charter School school would be able to maintain the new facility, past financial issues, that the new school may not support 21st century learning, the low FCI and low capital reserve, and the high cost per square foot. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and EL PASO Jr/Sr HS Addition / Renovations 11,541,117.30 $ 255,000.00 $ 11,796,117.30 $ Edison 54 JT included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB acknowledged a need to replace the boilers, EL PASO 237,339.47 $ 41,883.43 $ 279,222.90 Repl a c e MS Boi l er s Harrison 2 $ but some board members were not clear on the phasing of the project and ultimate goal. Sever a l on the CCAB bel i eved the c os t of the pr oj ec t to be ma na gea bl e wi th di s tr i c t r es our c es . The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle $ The Classical Academy TCA HVAC and Electrical Upgrades 391,849.92 307,882.08 EL PASO $ 699,732.00 $ due to the limited funds available. The CCAB questioned air conditioning as a health and safety concern and a high priority with limited funding ability. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and El i za beth C-1 El i za beth HS Roof Repl a c ement 666,075.59 $ 958,499.01 $ 1,624,574.60 $ ELBERT included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and $ ELBERT El i za beth C-1 Singing Hills ES Roof Replacement 335,796.56 $ 483,219.44 $ 819,016.00 included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle 258,121.73 $ 303,012.47 Thompson R-2J 561,134.20 $ $ HS Pa r ti a l Roof Repl a c ement LARI MER due to the limited funds available. Several on the CCAB believed the cost of the project to be manageable with district resources. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle Dol or es Re-4A Dolores Supplemental BEST Grant 1,150,612.10 $ - $ 1,150,612.10 $ MONTEZUMA due to the limited funds available. The CCAB expressed concern over poor planning and project management to cause the requested additional funds. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB noted that technology is a priority three and funding was only available for most of the priority one projects submitted. The Board HS Supplemental BEST Grant for MONTEZUMA Montezuma -Cor tez Re-1 306,850.95 $ 306,850.95 $ 613,701.90 $ also stated that the scope of the grant was unclear and questioned why an appropriate Technol ogy budget was not included in the original grant. The Board reiterated that the technology package was high on the current add alternant list. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB noted that the building was not used full Eas t School - Fi re Al arm Upgrade 26,712.18 OTERO $ 240,409.62 $ Ea s t Otero R-1 $ 267,121.80 time by district students. They also noted that the urgency of the project was less urgent / Pa r ti a l Roof Repl a c ement than the other two grants that were recommended by the board and also against the other grant applications.

121 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 121 Total Request & District / Charter District Matching Requested Matching Project Description County Notes School Amount Contribution Contribution The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The CCAB indicated that the list of items presented Cha vez Huer ta PUEBLO Misc. Renovations / Upgrades 694,778.70 $ 36,567.30 $ 731,346.00 $ wer e not a l l r el a ted to hea l th a nd s a fety c onc er ns . The CCAB s ugges ted the s c hool r evi ew Preparatory Academy their priorities and clarify health and safety concerns. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and PUEBLO Rye HS Fi r e Pr otec ti on 267,781.80 $ 4,925,780.20 $ 5,193,562.00 $ Pueblo Rural 70 included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle W es t HS Fi r e Pr otec ti on / Sa fety due to the limited funds available. The CCAB noted this project had contingency left in $ 15,368,042.55 Pueblo Rural 70 $ 15,214,912.65 $ 153,129.90 PUEBLO Upgrades the current construction budget and comments from the reviewing agencies should be considered as a contingency expense. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle Swa l l ows Cha rter due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and $ 3,675,000.00 $ $ PUEBLO COUNTY 70 School Renovati on / Addi ti on 13,592,471.55 17,267,471.55 Ac a demy included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded. The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds Districtwide Boiler Replacements TELLER $ 1,809,419.04 $ 3,119,688.00 $ Woodland Park Re-2 1,310,268.96 did not get funded. The CCAB was unsure if the project was directly related to health and / Control Upgrades safety, that some of the deficiencies did not appear to be urgent in nature and that ener gy r el a ted s a vi ngs wer e the pr i ma r y foc us . The project qualified for the BEST grant program but, it could not be funded this cycle due to the limited funds available. The project was reviewed by CCAB members and Pa wnee Re-12 Phone Sys tem Repl a c ement 16,200.80 $ 41,659.20 $ 57,860.00 $ W ELD included on the short list of projects to consider recommending but due to limited funds did not get funded.

122 Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) Annual Report 122 -111 (1)(e) C.R.S. - BEST Annual Report Pursuant to 22 Section 7 -43.7 An estimate, to the extent feasible, of the total amounts of revenues to be credited to the assistance fund during the current fiscal year and the next fiscal year and financial assistance to be awarded during the next fiscal year, including separate estimates of the total amounts of financial assistance to be awarded as cash grants and under the purchase agreements entered into pursuant to section 22 -43.7- 110 (2). terms of lease- FY1516 FY1617 Cash Flow Cash Flow $244,050,709 Cash per Ledger Beginning of Year Use of Cash (net of AR & AP & deposits) ($27,623,844) ($49,422,212) Encumbrances 104 ($1,000,000) Emergency Reserve 22 -43.7- ($39,600,000) SB13 -214 Statutory Requirement* $150,104,653 Beginning Available Cash $150,104,653 $126,404,653 Revenue Projections: $65,000,000 $40,000,000 50% State Land Revenues Time Funding $0 $40,000,000 - Proposition BB One $34,000,000 $40,000,000 Marijuana Excise Tax Revenue $1,000,000 $1,000,000 Colorado Lottery Proceeds Interest Earnings $1,750,000 $1,750,000 $82,750,000 Total Revenues $141,750,000 Expenses: State Share Lease Purchase (COP) Payment $39,600,000 $39,600,000 Program Administration $1,500,000 $1,500,000 Statewide Facility Assessment Contract $0 $2,700,000 $4,250,000 $5,000,000 Marijuana Excise Tax Revenue for Charter Schools $70,000,000 $50,000,000 Estimated Cash Grant Awards $118,050,000 Total Expenses $96,100,000 $150,104,653 $136,754,653 Projected Ending Available Cash, June 30th Recommended Projected Awards: Lease Purchase $0 $0 $70,000,000 $50,000,000 Cash Grants Awarded Grant Estimates: $70,000,000 $50,000,000 Assumptions: 1. Available Cash is as of July 1. 2. State Land Revenue Cash Flow projections are from the State Land Board mid -year memo dated January 28, 2015. -16 have been revised to reflect current oil market prices and are subject to change. 3. State Land Revenue Cash Flow projections for FY15 4. State Excise Tax Revenue Cash Flow projections are from the Colorado Department of Revenue as of December, 2015. 5. Lease Expense projections are based on the 2015 bond debt schedule and statutory requirements. 6. Cash Grant Award projections are reserved and awarded in the current fiscal year but encumbered in the next fiscal year. 7. Statewide Assessment Contract is a one -time appropriation to update the current assessment database 8. Marijuana Excise Tax Revenue for FY1516 includes a one -time $40.0 million dollar increase as a result of Proposition BB *22 -43.7 -104 (3.5) Requires the ba lance of the assistance fund to be at least equal to the total amount of payments to be made by the State during the -purchase agreements next fiscal year in conjunction with lease

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