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Agenda. Athletic Facilities Scope of Services and Costs Kitchens Scope of Services and Costs Status New Option Impact PK, K – 6, and 7 – 8 Grade Arrangement. Athletic Facilities. Athletic Facilities. Athletic Facilities. Athletic Facilities. Athletic Facilities. Kitchens.

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Agenda

Agenda

  • Athletic Facilities

    • Scope of Services and Costs

  • Kitchens

    • Scope of Services and Costs Status

  • New Option Impact

    • PK, K – 6, and 7 – 8 Grade Arrangement


Athletic facilities

Athletic Facilities


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Athletic Facilities


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Athletic Facilities


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Athletic Facilities


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Athletic Facilities


Kitchens

Kitchens

  • Physical and equipment condition assessments are complete and are being reviewed by Child Nutrition Services

  • 25 kitchens are not air-conditioned

  • Improvements range from expanded kitchen areas, and larger student dining areas to new and upgraded equipment

  • Fanning Howey and Child Nutrition Services staffs are finalizing the list of kitchen equipment improvements by school


New option

New Option

Pre-Kindergarten Centers, Grades K – 6, and Grades 7 - 8

  • Approximately 887 Pre-Kindergarten students to be accommodated if Pre-Kindergarten students are removed from elementary schools

  • Requires 4 to 5 new Pre-Kindergarten Centers to be built or existing facilities converted to PK Centers

  • Based on existing capacity, utilization, and/or student enrollment, 16 schools would not be able to support a Grade 6 addition.


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New Option

Pre-Kindergarten Centers, Grades K – 6, and Grades 7 – 8

  • If Grade 6 is moved to elementary schools from middle schools, an estimated 1,836 Grade 6 students would have to be accommodated through a combination of utilization of vacant space and school additions.

  • The removal of Grade 6 from middle schools will result in excess capacity at the middle school level.

  • Cost savings at the middle school level will be exceeded to construct new Pre-Kindergarten Centers and the addition of classroom space at elementary schools.


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New Option

Pre-Kindergarten Centers, Grades K – 6, and Grades 7 – 8

  • Larger additions may be required for student activity centers and kitchens/student dining than are currently planned for as other options are being considered.

  • Based on the factors listed above, the planning team would not recommend including this as an option in the final plan.


Next steps

Next Steps

Next Steps

  • Draft plan will be prepared and presented by July 31st

  • Board of Directors work session to review the plan on August 14th

  • Revisions following the work session to be incorporated by the end of August

  • Community Meetings will be held to present final Facilities Master Plan Recommendations beginning in September


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