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Pre-State Allocation Board Meeting September 28, 2011. Presented By. California Department of Education. School Facility Program Funds Available. Agenda Highlights. Overcrowding Relief Grant Program Next Steps 8 Funding Cycles 1,179 Portables Replaced

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Pre-State Allocation Board MeetingSeptember 28, 2011

Presented By

California Department of Education

agenda highlights
Agenda Highlights
  • Overcrowding Relief Grant Program
  • Next Steps
  • 8 Funding Cycles
  • 1,179 Portables Replaced
  • $287.4 million Remaining Bond Authority
  • Board Options:
    • Add Filing Periods
    • Take No Action
seismic mitigation program outreach
Seismic Mitigation Program Outreach
  • Date: September 29, 2011
  • Time: 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Location: Ziggurat Auditorium
  • Viewing:
    • RSVP online:
    • Link to webcast will be available on OPSC, under “Meeting Information”
california department of education mission
California Department of Education Mission

California will provide a world-class education for all students, from early childhood to adulthood. The Department of Education serves our state by innovating and collaborating with educators, schools, parents, and community partners. Together, as a team, we prepare students to live, work, and thrive in a highly connected world.


Schools of the Future Initiative


High Speed Rail

October Rush

Title 5 Guiding Principle

schools of the future initiative
Schools of the Future Initiative

Advisory panels convened by Superintendent Torlakson

Report now available at:

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Schools of the Future Initiative

High Performance Schools Sub-Committee


Renewable Energy

High Efficiency Schools

Grid Neutral Schools

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Schools of the Future Initiative

School Facility Program Reform Sub-Committee

Educational Impact of Design

School Site Selection and Community Impact


Funding and Governance

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Schools of the Future Initiative

Recommendations to

Superintendent Torlakson Include:

Support a future statewide facilities bond measure to fund new construction and modernization projects throughout the state that will invest in students and teachers and create jobs.

Examine regulations to ensure they are streamlined, promote safe and sustainable schools, and meet the needs of today’s students.

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Schools of the Future Initiative

Recommendations to

Superintendent Torlakson Include:

Highlight best practices for school facilities by creating a Web page with links to research on creating learner-centered, safe, sustainable schools that are centers of the community.

Sponsor legislation to encourage schools to install solar and other renewable energy systems.

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Schools of the Future Initiative

Superintendent Torlakson named CDE’s Senior Architect Diane Waters as Energy Liaison.

serve as a clearinghouse for best practices

advocate for schools while working with the state’s Energy and Public Utilities commissions.

facility research
Facility Research

Summary of Research:

“School Facilities Improve Learning”

“Sustainable Schools Improve Learning and the Environment”

“Schools as Centers of Community”

“Safe School Foster Improved Student Learning”


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Facility Research

Designed to provide board members, teachers, parents, public and others a quick overview of key research on educational facilities

Detailed bibliography available

high speed rail
High Speed Rail

Environmental Impact Report/ Environmental Impact Statement

available for:

Merced to Fresno segment

Fresno to Bakersfield segment

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High Speed Rail

Potential impacts on current and planned schools include:





Interference with communications

Air emissions from maintenance facilities

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High Speed Rail

SFPD Form 4.07 and Form 4.08

Part 4 Section C –School SiteSafety

For LEAs constructing additional buildings or replacing existing buildings on an existing school site, the LEA must review the following California Code of Regulations, Title 5 standards for this school construction/replacement project and determine that the project will not create any new significant health and safety hazards or exacerbate any existing health and safety hazards to students.

Check each box to indicate compliance.

California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 14010:

(c) Powerlines/Electromagnetic fields

(d) Within 1,500 feet of a railroad

(e) Traffic noise

(t) Within 2,000 feet of a significant disposal of hazardous waste

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High Speed Rail

EIR/EIS available at:


october rush
October Rush

Districts planning on submitting new construction projects to OSPC by October 31, and have not yet submitted to CDE:


title 5 design principle
Title 5 Design Principle

California Code of Regulations, 14030 (f)(4):

“Restrooms are conveniently located, require minimum supervision, and, to the extent possible, are easily accessible from playground and classrooms.”

California Code of Regulations, 14030 (n)(2):

“Outdoor restrooms having direct outside access are located in areas that are visible from playground and easily supervised.”

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Title 5 Design Principle

Teacher standing in the red zone cannot see restrooms

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Title 5 Design Principle

Better supervision but still blind spot

Multipurpose room


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Title 5 Design Principle

Teacher standing in the red zone cannot see restrooms

Able to supervise restrooms from all areas of field and hard-court.

Multipurpose room moved and restroom added