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  1. Eugene School District 4JFacility Assessment MGT America, Inc. of March 2012

  2. OVERVIEW • Facility assessments • Building Condition • Educational Suitability • Site Condition • Technology Readiness • Data review • Capacity and utilization • Findings and goals

  3. FACILITY ASSESSMENT SCORES

  4. BUILDING CONDITION SCORES

  5. BUILDING CONDITION SCORE RANGES

  6. SUITABILITY SCORES

  7. SUITABILITY SCORE RANGES

  8. SITE SCORES

  9. SITE SCORE RANGES

  10. TECHNOLOGY READINESS SCORES

  11. TECHNOLOGY READINESS SCORES RANGE

  12. COMBINED SCORES RANGE

  13. COMBINED SCORES BY SITE

  14. COMBINED SCORES BY SITE (CONTINUED)

  15. FISCAL IMPACT OF FACILITY ASSESSMENT DEFICIENCIES

  16. FISCAL IMPACT OF FACILITY ASSESSMENT DEFICIENCIES(continued)

  17. CAPACITY & UTILIZATION

  18. CAPACITY & UTILIZATION (CONTINUED)

  19. CAPACITY & UTILIZATION (CONTINUED)

  20. PLANNING GOALS FOR 10 YEAR MASTER PLAN • Address schools with combined scores of less than 70 and/or utilization of more than 105%. • Accomplish long term operating efficiencies. • Provide sufficient capacity for class size goals. • Accommodate full day kindergarten.

  21. PLANNING GOALS FOR 10 YEAR MASTER PLAN (CONTINUED) 5. Provide language program within each high school attendance zone and consider needs of all programs. 6. Consider opportunities for co-location of YMCA with schools, and/or partnerships with City of Eugene for community centers and athletic/recreation facilities. 7. Identify available properties to be repurposed or sold.

  22. FINDINGS • Elementary Schools – The district has sufficient capacity, however consolidating some schools will increase instructional effectiveness and operational efficiency. • Middle Schools – The district is operating the appropriate number of middle schools given the current enrollments, school size, and geographic conditions, however reduction in capacity should be considered. • High Schools – The district is operating the appropriate number of high schools given the current enrollments, school size, and geographic conditions.

  23. FINDINGS (CONTINUED) • The replacement/renovation of numerous schools that have serious condition and suitability deficiencies (<70) will result in operational savings. • The district has properties that are available for repurposing or sale.

  24. Thank You Questions?