Lake Tahoe Contractors and Vendors on Measure G Project
Awards of Tahoe, Caro Construction, Earth and Stone Landscaping, Ed Cook Tree Service, Eliot Building Company, Ferguson Excavating, Fuller Construction,Gregg Excavation, Herback General Engineering, Holmgren Sweeping, Innovative Electric, Insite Surveying, John Dalton Construction, Kaczmar Painting, Inc.,KD Builders, McGee Plumbing and Heating, Mary's Drapery, Rave On Construction, Redwood Printing, SMC Contracting Inc., Sierra Drywall, Sierra Tahoe Ready Mix, Sierra Valley Electric, Signs of Tahoe, Tahoe Fence Company, Inc., Thomas Haen Company, Truckee Overhead Door, and WDH Surveying
LTUSD Director of Facilities: Steve Morales
) (530) 541-2850 X 265
Contractor: Joe Stewart, SMC Contracting, Inc. (775) 324-1800
Less Standardization, More Flexibility.
"Five new state-funded facilities - including a green construction and transportation academy and a Hollywood-class arts and design academy - are transforming South Tahoe High School into a career tech haven. "Article by James Kisel, AIA, LEED-AP BD+C in the April 2012 issue of School Planning and Management
South Tahoe High School receives glowing Mid-Term Review On November 19, 2012 the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) Mid-Term Visiting Team was most impressed with STHS's programs and facilities, specifically commenting on the number of students who were truly engaged as they visited various classrooms. They toured our campus to see first hand the changes that have taken place in the past three years and observed students in their learning environment. "Every student who comes to STHS, regardless of their personal home situation, is rich." "Every student should have this opportunity." "This isn't a high school - it is more like a college, and amazing college!". "I would do whatever I could to bring my child to this school!" CLICK HERE TO READ THE REVIEW....
February 2013 -- LPA Architects -- A Career Tech Education success story, with educational facilities that will make you want to pick up and move to South Lake Tahoe, Calif. [+This Month's Magazine] [+Online Photo Gallery] The Tahoe Arts & Design Academy (TADA), at South Tahoe High School, has been described as a mini-Pixar studio up in the middle of the Sierras. Featuring a 275-seat theater, Foley sound stage, tiered orchestra room, green screen studio and state-of-the-art editing suites, the 28,000-square-foot building is now providing a most exciting, hands-on experience for budding filmographers, actors, and technical stage and television production staff, among others.
Construction began 5/1/09. Updates on the construction project areas and photos of progress will be posted regularly.
Photos of CTE & ORG Construction - May 2010
Photos of the Tahoe Arts and Design Academy (TADA) - March 2011
Board of Eduction Visit to TADA and Student Luncheon - May 24, 2011
Chamber of Commerce Visit to STHS and Construction Photos on Site - July 21, 2011
Photos of Preparations for New 2-Story Classroom Building at STMS - July 21, 2011
Ground Breaking Ceremony for the Joint Use Student Union Building and City Council/Staff Tour of TADA - July 25, 2011
Construction Update Presentation to Board of Education -August 9, 2011
Viking Stadium Renovation Project Opening Photos - August 25, 2011
(Not a Measure G Project - Developer Fees $1.1 Million and major donors: Tony & Diana Gooding and the Gooding Family Foundation, Barton Health, John Cefalu, Heavenly Mountain Resort, the South Tahoe Alliance of Resorts, Dr. Stephen Bannar and many other local donors
Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee tour of Student Union - March 28, 2012
Board of Education tour of South Tahoe Middle School - June 26, 2012
Ribbon Cutting & Grand Opening - STHS Student Union and STMS Mountain Vista - August 24, 2012
Board of Education Presentation on LT Environmental Science Magnet School Scope of Work - December 11, 2012
Sports Medicine Building Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - August 23, 2013
Bijou Community School Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - August 23, 2013
Name / Affiliation / Term
Ginger Nicolay-Davis, South Tahoe Assoc. of Realtors. (1/31/15) 2nd Term
Casey Blann, Chamber of Commerce. (2/1/16) 3rd Term
Kelly Lancellotti , At Large. (2/1/16) 3rd Term
Ruth Rich, Parent/PTO. (2/1/15) 1st Term
Tracy Thomas-Smith, At Large (2/1/15) 2nd Term
David Kelly, Senior Citizens Organization. (2/1/15) 3rd Term
Patrick Martin, Taxpayers Organization. (2/1/15) 3rd Term
Harold Singer, Parent. (2/1/15) 1st Term
*No member may serve more than three consecutive terms. Following an absence of one year, any Committee member whose term has expired due to statutory term limits shall be eligible to serve again.
Agenda & Meeting Packe
t for November 12, 2014 6:00 pm Tahoe Valley (Original Posting Under Projects & Schedules)
On January 27, 2009, the Board appointed nine members to serve on the Citizen's Oversight Committee. Seven of the members served two-year terms, commencing on February 1, 2009 and ending January 31, 2011. Two members served one-year terms, ending January 31, 2010 (Chris Cefalu (At Large) and Paul Bruso (Business). The following members were on board as of the First Annual Report: Amanda Adams (ST Association of Realtors), Mike Berg (At Large), Casey Blann, (Business), Kelly Lancellotti (At Large), John Drum (Parent/PTO), Steve Habaradas (Construction), David Kelly, (Senior Citizens), Patrick Martin (Taxpayers), and Austin Sass (Parent).
On December 14, 2010, the Board of Education appointed the following citizens to the committee for a second term commencing 2/1/11 and ending 1/31/13: David Kelly (Seniors/Disabled), Patrick Martin (Taxpayers), and Mike Berg (Construction Industry). Four new members were appointed for a first term beginning 2/1/11 and ending 1/31/13: Ginger Nicolay-Davis (South Tahoe Association of Realtors), Jody Boles (Parents), Rick Angelocci (Parents/PTOs), and Joy Curry (At Large).
On January 10, 2012, the Board of Education re-appointed two members for a second term commencing 2/1/12 and ending 1/31/14: Casey Blann (Business) and Kelly Lancellotti (At Large).
On April 27, 2010, the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee reported to the Board of Education on activities during 2009/10. Agendas and Meeting Packets for all Board of Education Meetings are available online at: http://www.ltusd.csbaagendaonline.net.
On June 28, 2011, the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee reported to the Board of Education on activities during 2010/11. Agendas and Meeting Packets for all Board of Education Meetings are available online at: http://www.ltusd.csbaagendaonline.net.
On July 24, 2012, the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee will report to the Board of Education on activities during 2011/12.
On January 26, 2010, the Board of Education approved an independent auditor’s report of LTUSD’s financial statements, including Measure G funds, for the period ended 6/30/09. The independent auditor found that the District is in compliance with all applicable regulations regarding the use of Measure G Funds.
On March 9, 2010, the Board of Education entered into a contract with the independent audit firm of Goodell, Porter, Sanchez, & Bright, LLP, Certified Public Accountants, to provide a "Performance Audit" for the Proposition 39 Bond transactions for the sixteen-month period ending June 30, 2010.
A Draft Copy of the June 30, 2010 Audit Report was reviewed by CBOC Members at the January 26, 2011 Meeting. The Audit was not approved as a quorem was not reached. The final report was appproved on May 4, 2011. CLICK HERE
to read the Draft Copy of the Audit Report.