SRVUSD poised to begin preliminary work on new school, Stone Valley renovation Schools & Kids, posted by , a resident of , on Jan 18, 2013 at 12:19 pm
By the end of next month, the school district should be taking the first steps toward building a $31 million elementary school and a $43.5 million renovation project at Stone Valley Middle School. "There's a lot of work on these projects that goes before putting a shovel in the dirt," said SRVUSD Board President Ken Mintz.
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Posted by Dirka_Dirka, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 18, 2013 at 12:19 pm
So, how about the school's physical security plan? What was the budget as a percentage of the build? How well was this school designed to deal with modern problems? Other than Fire Alarm, I would gather to estimate that this was a total oversight. I am hoping to be wrong!
Have we thought about hardened class room doors? 3m makes fabulous films for glass windows. Hmmmmmmm........... Simple planning can go a long ways and this community has the resources to make a significant investment in physical security. However, this is always viewed as a grudge investment in Kalifornia. I like goat curry, but this is food for thought.
Posted by Dirka_Dirka, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 19, 2013 at 8:45 pm
Wise Guy, is that the best you can do? The Dirka says his goat poops more relevant content that your panty-waste shot at my opinion. It is a fact that the security plan sucks goat bottom. Prove me wrong panty-waste un-wise guy. My goat passes gas in your genral direction.
Posted by Dirka_Dirka, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 20, 2013 at 7:24 pm
I asked you to prove it and you didn't, more of the same goat poop Mr. UnWise Guy. There is no plan for hardening security, that was my point. Prove me wrong, wait, no you didn't, because you can't. My goat's poops are more relevant than your sad commentary.
And by the way, I have every right to make comments regarding school security. I have kids in school and the plan sucks, because there are no physical resources, or budget for physical resources to protect our schools. It is always an afterthought you blow hard simpleton. The Dirka is sick and tired of all you politican weasles out here that think you have the right idea. Wise guy, I bet you are a politician, or a good friend of one. They are the only folks that do not think they are accountable to their consituancy.
Posted by AnneMurphy, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 21, 2013 at 10:21 am
As a mother of three school age children I have serious concerns with school security. I think a good point has been raised by Dirka. Dirka is certainly entertaining to read. Some have said Dirka for Mayor. Dirka would be the funniest Mayor we ever had and if you look past the jokes, D makes a lot of sense. Dirka, keep challenging the status quo.
Posted by Wise Guy, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 21, 2013 at 12:06 pm
Sure Dirka, I'm a politician. Believe whatever you want, doesn't really make a difference to me. However, where are your facts that I asked for? "There are no plans because I say there aren't," doesn't cut it. I don't know one way or the other and it's quite obvious you don't either.
Come on, tear yourself away from your goat and show us those facts. Better yet, I googled it and the school district is looking for people to provide oversight on Measure D plans. Perhaps you come up our of your mom's basement and apply since you're so civic-minded.
Posted by Wise Guy, a resident of San Ramon, on Jan 21, 2013 at 7:29 pm
Nope, I stand by my original statement - you aren't important enough to bother wasting their time sharing their plans with you. And since they have yet to hire architects, I highly doubt there are any bid specs anywhere. I stand by my statements that you're a fool and don't have a clue what you're talking about. So feel free to resume your deviant lifestyle with your goat(s.)