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Capital Outlay

Capital Outlay & Facilities Overview

The Alamogordo Public Schools Office of Capital Outlay and Facilities is responsible for the planning, implementation, and oversight of district capital improvement projects, including:

  • New school construction,
  • Renovations, and
  • Ongoing maintenance and upkeep of physical assets and school buildings.

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Thank you to our community for approving the $15 million 2023 General Obligation Bond to lift our older schools to a higher level! Visit our new site for ongoing information about GO Bond, Mill Levies (SB9 & HB33) & other important capital improvement & construction projects.  Information about the progress of the Chaparral Middle School replacement can also be found on the new website.

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5 Year Facility Master Plan

The Public School Capital Outlay Council (PSCOC) and the Public School Facilities Authority (PSFA) require that New Mexico Public School Districts have a 5-Year Facilities Master Plan (FMP) as a prerequisite for eligibility to receive state capital outlay assistance (New Mexico Statutes Section [22-24-5 NMSA 1978]). This FMP was developed utilizing School District Facilities Master Plan components and guidelines issued by the Public School Capital Outlay Council and Public School Facilities Authority, October 2016 revision. It incorporates all public schools within Alamogordo Public Schools (APS).

The Alamogordo Public Schools Board of Education adopted the completed 5-Year Facilities Master Plan on May 20, 2020.

Select the documents below to view the AS 5-Year Facility Master Plan Updates (2014-2025)

SB9 Expenditures

Click the links below to see a line-by-line accounting of the SB9 Mill Levy funds.


Ken Barnett

Director of Capital Projects

Justin Burks

Justin Burks

Maintenance and Construction Coordinator


Guy Archuleta

Grounds Activity Manager


Judy Campbell

Construction & Maintenance Financial Specialist


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