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Pleasanton Long-Range Planning (LRP) Meeting. August 12, 2014 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. AGENDA. August Needs Overview Costs of needs September School Finance Overview Debt Service Overview. October Community Review Community Chairperson selected November - Consensus building

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Pleasanton Long-Range Planning (LRP) Meeting

August 12, 2014

6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.


AGENDA

August

  • Needs Overview

  • Costs of needs

    September

  • School Finance Overview

  • Debt Service Overview

  • October

  • Community Review

  • Community Chairperson selected

  • November

  • - Consensus building

  • December/January

  • Recommendation to Board and PISD Administration


Long-Range Planning Committee

  • Go to PISD website: www.pisd.us

  • Click on “About Us” from top bar

  • Select “About PISD” from side panel

  • Select “Long-Range Planning” from side panel:

    • Defines LRP intent

    • Contains copies of committee membership

    • Calendar of Activities

    • July 8th feedback

    • Will post powerpoints on-going


AUGUST

Needs Overview:

  • Data Sources

  • Needs by setting

  • Project status (internal)


Data Sources*

  • Safety audit (Internal/External)

  • Internal facility/technology needs assessment

  • Financial audit (Superior Rating)

  • Internal instructional resource/furniture review

  • External technology audit (Renaissance)

  • Demographer study (Templeton)

  • Traffic flow engineering

    • TxDot Collaboration

      • Signal support

    • Texas A&M Transportation Institute support

      • Complex flow


Project Completions/Priority

  • Safety first

    • Full audit/Complete Emergency Plans/training

    • Single point entry/Fenced perimeters

    • Visual oversight (in progress)/Cameras*

    • PRIDE development efforts

  • Technology

    • District network replaced from 20 mg to 100 mg/capacity to 1G (major for instruction/operations)

  • Sanitation

    • Restrooms* (PIC and JH)/Field House

    • PIC Cafeteria */ Agriculture and CATE areas*


Primary Campus

  • Demo study says 900 students by 2023 (mid est)

  • Currently at 700; conservative projection of 830

  • Requires 6 additional classrooms

    • Requires additional bank of restrooms (already need)

  • Traffic challenge (gridlock now)

    • Add exit road/parking


Elementary Campus

  • Demo study says 1055 students by 2023 mid est

  • Currently at 795; conservative projection of 950

    • Requires 6 additional classrooms

  • Need new campus setting for grades 2-4 or 2-5 (1,000-1200)

    • 42 general classrooms

    • Additional classrooms (Inquiry lab, intervention, STEM, special ed)

    • Specials (art, music, PE)

    • Core: Administration, counseling, library, cafeteria

    • Outdoor play areas

    • If grade 5, science lab access

    • Computer access/lab


New Elementary


New Elementary

Admin

Elementary


Intermediate Campus

  • Demo study says 695 students (grade 4-5) by 2023

  • Currently at 505; conservative projection of 585

    • Requires 2 additional classrooms for each grade level team; cafeteria renovation

    • Requires science labs for grade 5

    • Requires career exploration for grade 6

    • Current location requires bank of restrooms

    • Upgrade of lighting, electrical grid to code

    • Upgrade of floor, wall coverings


Junior High Campus

  • Demo study says 695 students (grade 6-7) by 2023

  • Currently at 525; conservative projection of 605

    • Requires 2 additional classrooms for each grade level

    • Requires renovated/upgraded science labs

    • Requires career preparation introduction labs

    • New (to code) lighting, electrical grid

    • Upgrade of floor, wall coverings/instructional space; library upgrade

    • Roofing and HVAC


New Elementary


Parking lot

Circular Parking/ Covered Space/Bus Pickup

Training Ctr

Jr High/Mdl


High School Campus

  • Demo study says 1195 students by 2023

  • Currently at 925; conservative projection of 1,050

    • Requires 8 additional classrooms by content

    • Need career technology classrooms for HB5 endorsement paths (practical labs/workshops)

      • Energy Resource management (oil/gas, land and water management)

      • Animal science, agriculture lab/barn

      • Construction trades/welding

      • Health/Human Resources (nursing/education/law)

      • Business and Technology professions


  • Special programs

    • JROTC

    • College prep (virtual learning)

    • Expanded fine arts/athletic programs

  • Upgraded of lighting/HVAC

  • Upgrade of floor, wall coverings (current)

  • Relocation of admin offices for oversight


Parking lot

Future HS Edition

Career Tech Center

Training Center

High School


High School

Pleasanton Schools


District-wide

  • HVAC replacement at high school, JH, PIC

  • Roofing at JH/PIC

  • New Transportation facility

  • Expanded maintenance facility

  • Enlarged competitive athletic practice areas

  • Paving across district

  • Camera security upgrades

  • Asbestos abatement /locker removals

  • Gym and locker room upgrades (JH/HS)


Thank you for your service to the Pleasanton Communities

and the children of Pleasanton ISD

Next Meeting:Tuesday, August 26/ 6 p.m.

PIC Cafeteria

Focus: Needs Assessment Costs

Presentation: Roland De La Garza, AIA Garza Bomberger & Associates


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