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Facts About District-Owned Property

UNDEVELOPED LAND

 

The district has three parcels of land purchased with bond funds as future school sites. The land was purchased when the community was growing at a rapid pace. Those properties and their current uses are:

  • 60 acres on the northeast corner of Roosevelt and Midway – farmed under a rental lease.
  • 38 acres on Lone Star, west of Midway – farmed under a rental lease.
  • 43 acres on Airport Road, east of Robinson – farmed under a rental lease.
  • Less than an acre adjacent to the District Office – used as a community soccer field. 

 

DEVELOPED PROPERTY

 

The district owns the following developed properties not currently used for school purposes.

 

District Office – This building is located on South Canyon Street and houses academic and business support functions for schools, district leadership offices and a meeting place for the Board of Trustees.

 

Scism School – This old rural school site was closed in 2010 because it was inefficient and costly to run.

 

McKinney-Vento Office – The district has owned this building for more than 30 years. Often mistaken for a private residence, it houses programs and materials for homeless students and their families.

 

Operations – The district owns three sites that house staff, supplies and materials for district maintenance, groundskeeping and nutrition for its 24 school sites.

 

  • Nutrition Warehouse on East Executive Avenue – This facility includes a large refrigerated warehouse for storing food for the nutrition program.
  • Groundskeeping Warehouse (Block Building) on Midland Boulevard and Lake Lowell – This facility stores groundskeeping equipment such as mowers, trucks, supplies and unused equipment.
  • Main Maintenance Warehouse on First Street and 15th Avenue South in Nampa – This is the main maintenance warehouse for the district.

 

LEASES

 

The only property the district leases is beneath its technology warehouse on Front Street. Under this long-term lease the district owns the building but pays an annual fee for parking.