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ENCINITAS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT “Children First!”. PROPOSITION P. DESCRIPTORS OF SCHOOLS. High performing students Top ranked schools Great parent involvement Innovative teaching practices Caring and involved staff. HIGH PERFORMANCE. 905 District Academic Performance Index

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Encinitas union school district children first

ENCINITAS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT“Children First!”

PROPOSITION P


Descriptors of schools

DESCRIPTORS OF SCHOOLS

  • High performing students

  • Top ranked schools

  • Great parent involvement

  • Innovative teaching practices

  • Caring and involved staff


High performance

HIGH PERFORMANCE

  • 905 District Academic Performance Index

    - 800 state target (All EUSD schools higher)

    - 1000 perfect score

  • All schools are California Distinguished Schools – OPE, ECC recognized again!

  • Multiple awards and honors for programs


Challenges facing eusd

CHALLENGES FACING EUSD

  • Need to develop new models and designs for 21st Century teaching and learning

  • Aging Facilities and Infrastructure

  • Outdated Technology

  • Budget Issues ($6 M budget cut)


Solution proposition p

Solution – Proposition P

  • Facility bond extension

  • Funds must be spent locally and cannot be taken away by the State

  • Can be used for capital facility and technology projects only

  • Can’t be used to pay for teacher or administrative salaries

  • Money saved through energy efficiency can be used to directly support classrooms


Impact areas funded by proposition p

IMPACT AREAS FUNDED BY PROPOSITION P

21st Century Classrooms

Improving student access to computers and modern technology

Green Initiative Projects

Energy/water efficiency for the environment and to keep more money in the classroom

Facility Upgrades and Renovations

Outdated classrooms and infrastructure need to be brought up to today’s educational, safety, and technological standards


Specific site facility needs

SPECIFIC SITE FACILITY NEEDS

  • Each site has specific list compiled from 5-year facility needs plan and Board walk-through facility needs list.

  • Proposition P would:

    • Repair and replace leaky roofs

    • Replace deteriorating plumbing systems

    • Upgrade outdated and inadequate electrical systems

    • Modernize classrooms, restrooms, and facilities

    • Replace old heating and ventilation systems


Specific site facility needs1

SPECIFIC SITE FACILITY NEEDS

Leaky roofs must be replaced

Deteriorating plumbing and sewer systems need renovation

Aging facilities need upgrading


Specific site facility needs2

SPECIFIC SITE FACILITY NEEDS

Windows need to be replaced

Energy efficiency should be improved

Electrical systems must be upgraded


Specific site facility needs3

SPECIFIC SITE FACILITY NEEDS

Outdated restrooms need to be modernized

Many buildings are in need of repair

Maintained, but outdated, equipment should be upgraded


Encinitas union school district children first

Encinitas Union School District

Green Initiative


Energy efficiency goals

ENERGY EFFICIENCY GOALS

  • Reduce energy and water use at all campuses

  • Upgrade plumbing, windows, heating, and air conditioning for greater efficiency

  • Save general fund dollars that can be used to support classrooms


Green initiative projects

GREEN INITIATIVE PROJECTS

  • Solar panels at 7 schools

  • Solar tubes and natural lighting

  • Reclaimed water for irrigation

  • Waterless urinals

  • Upgrade heating and air conditioning

  • System wide usage monitoring


Energy savings

ENERGY SAVINGS

  • District currently spends approximately $1 million on electricity and $200,000 on water use every year.

  • Solar panels and more efficient heating and air conditioning will cut total energy costs by at least 60%.

  • Reclaimed water should cut water use by 50%

  • Total annual savings to District = $700,000

    Can be used to keep class sizes small!


21 st century classrooms

21st CENTURY CLASSROOMS


Configuration of k 2 classroom

CONFIGURATION OF K-2 CLASSROOM

All K-2nd grade classrooms will consist of the following tools for teaching and learning:

  • Teacher computing station

  • Printer

  • Document camera

  • LCD projector

  • Projection screen

  • Interactive white board

  • Learning software

  • Classroom computer lab


Configuration of 3 6 classroom

CONFIGURATION OF 3-6 CLASSROOM

All 3rd – 6th grade classrooms will consist of the following tools for teaching and learning:

  • Teacher computing station

  • Printer

  • Document camera

  • LCD projector

  • Projection screen

  • One computer for every student

  • Learning software


Computers technology

COMPUTERS / TECHNOLOGY

  • Replace/upgrade technology infrastructure

  • Funds set aside for technology endowment refresh (5 -7 year replace / repair)

  • Allows for new technology upgrades

  • Software changes

  • Not one-time focus

  • Gives district time to acquire additional funding for long-term technology planning


Technology exploration and design center

TECHNOLOGY EXPLORATION AND DESIGN CENTER


Center description

CENTER DESCRIPTION

  • Multi-purpose facility

    Media presentation room

    Design work areas

    Labs

    Broadcasting studio

  • Access to community learning facilities

  • Designed to be used by all students and staff


Proposition p details

Proposition P Details

  • Bond extension similar to 1996 election

  • Rate stays same for taxpayers

  • On November, 2010 ballot

  • Requires 55% approval for passage

  • High level of community support for schools and projects on facility list

  • Would save district general fund dollars

  • Would give students access to state-of-art classrooms and technology


Other funding opportunities

OTHER FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

  • With the passage of Proposition P, EUSD may also be eligible for:

    - Solar installation rebates

    - Joint use grants for Technology Center

    - State construction matching funds

  • Proposition P – on the November ballot!


Encinitas union school district

ENCINITAS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

Where children come first!


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