2013 Voter-Approved Bond Projects - Safety and SecurityDuring the summer of 2014, Higley Unified School District worked to make all HUSD sites a single point entry. Projects were funded by the voter-approved 2013 $70 million bond package.The front office design changes included a new greeting area to improve security at the sites. All reception areas included additional safety features, such as new buzz-through systems for visitors, 12" and 24" tinted privacy-glass panes and raised counters, as well as new visitor bathrooms.
Chaparral Elementary 2014
Cortina Elementary 2014
Gateway Pointe Elementary 2014
San Tan Elementary 2014
Coronado Elementary 2014
Higley Traditional Academy 2014
Power Ranch Elementary 2014
High school improvementsThe front lobby for Higley High School included the same features as those added to the elementary schools - a new buzz through system, 12" and 24" tinted privacy glass, raised counters and a new public bathroom.The front lobby for Williams Field High School also included the same features as those being added to the elementary schools - a new buzz through system, 12" and 24" tinted privacy glass, raised counters and a new public bathroom. The reception area at Williams Field High School included a new pass-through area for students and guests, as well as administrative offices.