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Northern Tioga School District Facility Study. Community Presentation March 28, 29, 30, 2011. Northern Tioga School District District Wide Facility Study. Study Goals: Explore ideas for : 1. Improving Educational Environment Equitable Programs Upgraded / updated facilities

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Northern Tioga School District

Facility Study

Community Presentation

March 28, 29, 30, 2011

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Northern Tioga School District

District Wide Facility Study

  • Study Goals:
  • Explore ideas for :
  • 1. Improving Educational Environment
      • Equitable Programs
      • Upgraded / updated facilities
      • Enhanced / advanced programs
  • 2. Financial Sustainability
      • How to reduce cost
      • Efficient Building Utilization
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Northern Tioga School District

District Wide Facility Study

  • Enrollment :
  • steady decline for past 20 years
  • 300 less students than in 1990 (grades 7-12)
  • current High School students = 747 (Fall 2010)
  • current grades 7-8 students = 284
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Northern Tioga School District

District Wide Facility Study

  • High School Capacity:
  • Grades 7-12 in 3 High Schools :
  • currently occupy less than 60% of the buildings
  • projected enrollment will occupy less than 50%
  • Grades 7-12 :
  • Can be accommodated in any two High Schools
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2 High School Idea :

  • with current enrollment :
  • Elkland + Williamson = 79% full
                  • Yields most space
  • CV + Williamson = 86% full
  • CV + Elkland = 88% full
                  • Yields least space
  • Moving some students between selected schools is needed to balance enrollments.
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2 High School Idea :

  • with current enrollment :
  • If you include 8 substandard classrooms(less than 660 SF)
  • at Williamson HS :
  • Elkland + Williamson = 71% full
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Questions collected at the

January 31, 2011

Board Workshop / Facility Study

Northern Tioga School District

District Wide Facility Study

Enrollment - and the Gas Industry

  • Consider the following :
  • According to the US Census, nationally:
  • The average number of children per all families is .90 child.
  • Let’s say 100 new families related to the gas industry move to NTSD.
  • Say 100 families = 100 children (not all families have children)
  • Grades 7 – 12 represent 46% of grades K – 12
  • Say 100 children = 50 students in grades 7 - 12
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Northern Tioga School District

District Wide Facility Study

  • Study Goals:
  • Explore ideas for :
  • 1. Improving Educational Environment
      • Equitable Programs
      • Upgraded / updated facilities
      • Enhanced / advanced programs
  • 2. Financial Sustainability
      • How to reduce cost
      • Efficient Building Utilization
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2 High School Idea :

  • Complete Renovations
  • Upgrades to meet :
  • current code
  • current construction standards
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2 High School Idea :

  • Complete Renovations
  • Upgrades to meet :
  • current code
  • current construction standards
  • Elkland $ 5.6 - 7.2 million
  • CV $ 8.9 – 10.7 million
  • Williamson $ 9.7 – 12.2 million
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2 High School Idea :

HS Renovations

“Complete” Renovations

Elkland + Williamson = $ 19.4 million

CV + Williamson = $ 22.9 million

CV + Elkland = $ 17.9 million

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2 High School Idea :

HS Renovations

Elkland + Williamson = MIDDLE Cost

CV + Williamson = HIGHEST Cost

CV + Elkland = LOWEST Cost

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There is no requirement

forcing

“complete” renovation

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2 High School Idea :

HS Renovations

“Budgeted” Renovation

Elkland + Williamson = $ 5 million

CV + Williamson = $ 5 million

CV + Elkland = $ 5 million

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Elkland HS :

  • newest building built in 1978
  • least expensive to operate and maintain
  • CV HS :
  • Smallest Building
  • Original construction 1958
  • Williamson HS :
  • 6% larger than Elkland
  • Close to population center
  • Original Construction 1954
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Technology Ed / Shop Areas

Williamson HS

7,491 sf

Elkland HS

5,393 sf

CV HS

8,523 sf

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