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CCSD Facilities Advisory Committee. 8/29/2013. Mapping Facility’s Future to Keep Kids First. Beliefs and Values. Review and Affirm if Agreement is Reached Beliefs Support best practice instruction, large group collaborations, and improved student achievement Embrace Technology

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Ccsd facilities advisory committee

CCSD Facilities Advisory Committee

8/29/2013

Mapping Facility’s Future to Keep Kids First


Beliefs and values

Beliefs and Values

  • Review and Affirm if Agreement is Reached

    • Beliefs

      • Support best practice instruction, large group collaborations, and improved student achievement

      • Embrace Technology

      • Design with the infusion of technology and 21st Century Skills in mind

      • Embrace Sustainability and efficient use of space, paying close attention to the flexible use of space

      • Create a safe, warm, and accepting environment that encourages parental involvement, parent-teacher communications, and a sense of ownership

      • Early childhood education is a vital part of a comprehensive district


Beliefs and values1

Beliefs and Values

  • Review and Affirm if Agreement is Reached

    • Values

      • Small class sizes and student to teacher ratios

      • Create small learning communities

      • An effort should be made to educate district students on campus when appropriate

      • Small buildings or ones that feel small

      • Minimize transitions when possible

      • Plan carefully and support students in transitions

      • Maintain a central campus (not neighborhood schools)

      • Building cohort groups should be kept together

      • Facilities should support the full range of curricular and co-curricular experiences offered

      • ECC is very important to the community for both educational and economic development reasons and should not be squeezed out because of space needs


Enrollment and growth data

Enrollment and Growth Data

  • Historical Enrollment 2001 to 2013


Enrollment projections

Enrollment Projections

  • District Developed

  • Dejong and Richter Developed


School data

School Data

District Valuation


School data1

School Data

Increase


School data2

School Data

Tax Rate


School data3

School Data


School data4

School Data

  • OPN

    • Building Construction Age Document

    • Building Capacity Document


School visits

School Visits

  • For the October Meeting

    • Meet at your respective building

      • Tour the building highlighting areas of concern

        • Rate each issue in terms of effect on learning and urgency of need

        • Send electronic copies of your findings to John Speer

          • [email protected]

        • Be prepared to briefly walk the entire group through your findings at the October facility meeting


School visits1

School Visits


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