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  1. Detroit Public Schools Facility Consolidation and Reinvestment Plan ROBERT C. BOBB April 8, 2009 Emergency FinancialManager

  2. Facility Consolidation and Reinvestment Plan • The Vision • Consolidate and Reinvest In School Facilities to Support Education and Safety • Develop Community Driven Plan for New Facilities • Leverage Surplus Facilities for Neighborhood Revitalization

  3. Consolidation of Schools and Reinvestment Plan • 23 schools to close in June 2009 • 28 schools to receive new students and investments • Reduce school capacity by over 18,000 student spaces and 2.1 million square feet • Reduce annual operating expenses by over $8 million • Invest $20 million in receiving schools

  4. School Closure Criteria • ALL SCHOOLS EVALUATED • Academics: MEAP and AYP, Academic Programs • Demographics: Enrollment Trends • Facility Condition: Infrastructure scored from 0-100 • Utilization: Fall 2008 Enrollment vs. Capacity • Financial: Fixed Costs (administration, utilities, supplies, maintenance) • Community: Business and Community partners

  5. School Closure Process • October 2008: All Schools Measured Against Criteria • November-December 2008: Potential Candidates Evaluated • January-February 2009: Recommendations Finalized • March 2009 - Present: Emergency Financial Manager Due Diligence and Refinement of Closure Candidates • April 2009: Public Engagement • May 8: Final List Announced

  6. Preliminary Consolidation Candidate Graphics

  7. LEGEND School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address Closing Building School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address = = Program Closure and/or Relocation School Name (DPS Code) Grade Address ## (##) FY2008-2009 Enrollment (Official Fall PK-12 FTE Count) ( Estimated FY2009-2010 Enrollment ) Capacity Range

  8. Building and Program Closure Candidates

  9. Butzel EM (408) PK-8 2301 Van Dyke 274 students Barbour MS (402) 6-8 4209 Seneca 1,070 – 1,276 384 (502) AYP = 0 Alert. 96 students 370 (0) 1,353 – 1,951 Rationale: Academic Achievement; Utilization; Enrollment Trend; Facility Condition. AYP = 8. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 83. Marcus Garvey (313) PK-8 7701 Sylvester Street 260 (481) 485 - 603 Barbour Middle School AYP = 0.

  10. Barbour Middle School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 1,353 • Dollars Saved (Barbour) - $718,156 • Dollars Reinvested - • (Butzel) - $1,450,440 • (Garvey) - $987,573

  11. Joyce Elementary School Howe ES (170) PK-5 2600 Garland Street Joyce ES (191) K-5 8411 Sylvester Street 342 students 429 (424) 760 - 787 342 (0) 517 - 544 AYP = 0. Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Facility Condition. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 41. .

  12. Joyce Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 517 • Dollars Saved (Joyce) - $241,970 • Dollars Reinvested (Howe) - $408,570

  13. Chadsey High School Southwestern HS (578) 9-12 6921 W. Fort Street 590 students 633 (1,034) 1,646 - 2,063 Age of building is 94 years. Peak enrollment of 903 in FY1998-1999. AYP = 5. Chadsey HS (514) 7-12 5335 Martin Street 225 students Munger ES (469) K-8 (Reconfigured) 5525 Martin Street 967 (0) 1,346 - 1,613 This 79 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 1,079 occurred in FY2007-2008. Rationale: Facility Condition; Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend, Utilization. AYP = 5. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 202. 354 (498) 1,025 – 1,025 Age of building is 84 years. Peak enrollment of 809 in FY2002-2003. AYP = 8.

  14. Chadsey High School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 379 • Dollars Saved (Chadsey) - $1,000,512 • Dollars Reinvested (Southwestern) - $780,680; (Munger) - $202,600

  15. Pershing HS (568) 9-12 18875 Ryan Road Cleveland Intermediate 338 students 1,219 (1,367) 2,274 - 2,512 Age of building is 80 years. Peak enrollment of 2,014 in FY2004-2005. AYP = 5. Cleveland Intermediate (414) 7-12 13322 Conant Street White ES (376) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 45161 Charles Street 252 students 692 (0) 1,078 - 1,393 This 83 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 1,251 occurred in FY2002-2003. Rationale: Facility Condition; Academic Achievement, Enrollment Trend, Utilization. AYP = 8. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 110. 620 (764) 1,052 – 1,160 Age of building is 89 years. Peak enrollment of 1,147 in FY1998-1999. AYP = 1 Delay.

  16. Cleveland Intermediate • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 1078 • Dollars Saved (Cleveland) - $987,056 • Dollars Reinvested (Pershing) - $919,425; (White) - $812,890

  17. Clinton ES (064) PK-5 8145 Chalfonte Street Bethune EM (141) PK-8 10825 Fenkell Street 262 students 593 (711) 262 (0) 542 - 642 1,111 - 1,171 Rationale: Utilization; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be place by SPED staff = 41. AYP = 0 Alert. Clinton Elementary

  18. Clinton Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 542 • Dollars Saved (Clinton) - $392,868 • Dollars Reinvested (Bethune) - $550,563

  19. Cody High School (516) 9-12 (Redesigned) 18445 Cathedral Street Cody 9th Grade Academy HS (323) 9-12 7350 Southfield Freeway 389 students 389 (0) 742 – 1,088 1,098 (1,400) 2,108 – 2,465 This 87 year old building will close. This two year-old 9th Grade Academy program opened with 510 students in FY2007-2008. Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = NA. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 115. AYP = 5. Cody 9th Grade Academy Cody is currently undergoing a high school redesigned process impacting its academic programming. The building will be transformed into 4 small High Schools starting in Fall 2009 with 9th Grade and expand over the next three years.

  20. Cody 9th Grade Academy • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 742 • Dollars Saved (Cody 9th) - $586,950 • Dollars Reinvested (Cody HS) - $1,737,403

  21. Heilmann Park MS (421) 6-8 19035 Crusade Street Columbus MS (418) 6-8 18025 Brock Street 370 students 370 (0) 898 - 961 538 (715) 1,141 – 1,141 Rationale: Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 6. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 65. AYP = 2. Columbus Middle School

  22. Columbus Middle School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 898 • Dollars Saved (Columbus) - $445,716 • Dollars Reinvested (Heilmann MS) - $405,710

  23. Coolidge ElementarySchool Henderson Lower (340) PK-2 (Reconfigured) 9600 Mettetal 254 students 242 (387) 340 - 394 Age of building is 63 years. Peak enrollment of 346 in FY1998-1999. AYP = 0. Coolidge ES (070) PK-5 16501 Elmira Street Henderson Upper (404) 3-8 (Reconfigured) 1601 W. Chicago 190 students 327 (0) 715 - 785 This 84 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 930 in FY1998-1999. Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = TBD. 468 (716) 952 – 1,362 Age of building is 46 years. Peak enrollment of 958 in FY2001-2002. AYP = 1.

  24. Coolidge ElementarySchool • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 715 • Dollars Saved (Coolidge) - $289,628 • Dollars Reinvested (Upper) - $472,550 • Dollars Reinvested (Lower) - $325,790

  25. Courtis EM (054) K-8 8100 W. Davison Street Noble EM (473) PK-8 8646 Fullerton Street 262 students 262 (0) 725 - 965 446 939 – 1,149 Rationale: Academic Achievement; Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = 5. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 47. AYP = 0. Courtis Elementary School

  26. Courtis Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 725 • Dollars Saved (Courtis) - $280,406 • Dollars Reinvested (Noble) - $649,978

  27. Hughes Academy EM (009) K-8 19900 McIntyre Street 226 students 226 (0) 342 - 432 236 (327) 692 - 722 Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Educational Adequacy. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 5. AYP = 0. Detroit Open Elementary School Detroit Open EM (903) PK-8 24601 Frisbee Street

  28. Detroit Open Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 342 • Dollars Saved (Detroit Open) - $298,103 • Dollars Reinvested (Hughes) - $269,540

  29. Durfee EM (430) PK-8 2470 Collingwood Street Winterhalter EM (497) K-8 12121 Broadstreet Avenue 604 students 604 (0) 1,218 – 1,718 512 (971) 1,439 – 1,497 Rationale: Utilization; Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 68. AYP = 0 Alert. Durfee Elementary School

  30. Durfee Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 1,218 • Dollars Saved (Durfee) - $581,731 • Dollars Reinvested (Winterhaulter) - $1,050,793

  31. Guyton Elementary School Robinson MS (308) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 12800 Visger Street Guyton ES (142) PK-6 355 Phillip Street 307 students 307 (0) 479 - 529 316 (606) 995 - 1,100 Create 4 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Robinson building. Create new Technology, Robotics and Engineering Academy that will feed into Southeastern HS of Technology and Automotive Engineering programs. Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. Reconfigure from 6-8 to PK-8. AYP = 0 Alert.

  32. Guyton Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 540 • Dollars Saved (Guyton) - $276,407 • Dollars Reinvested (Robinson) - $832,440

  33. Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Murphy building. Murphy EM (470) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 23901 Fenkell Street Houghten ES (168) PK-5 16745 Lamphere Street 233 students 233 (0) 540 - 594 375 (499) 1,095 – 1,095 Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. AYP = 1. Houghten Elementary School

  34. Houghten Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 540 • Dollars Saved (Houghten) - $326,373 • Dollars Reinvested (Murphy) - $492,893

  35. Lodge Elementary School Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Murphy building. Lodge ES (168) PK-5 16745 Lamphere Street Murphy EM (470) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 23901 Fenkell Street 142 students 142 (0) 239 - 266 375 (604) 1,095 – 1,095 This 59 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 235 occurred in FY1999-2000. Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 14. Age of building is 46 years. Peak enrollment of 889 in FY2001-2002. AYP = 1.

  36. Lodge Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 239 • Dollars Saved (Lodge) - $215,879 • Dollars Reinvested: See Houghten

  37. King, J.R. Elementary School Kinge, J.R. ES (201) PK-6 16800 Cheyenne Street Cerveny MS (412) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 15850 Strathmoor Street 494 students 398 (715) 494 (0) 601 - 655 1,090-1,247 Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 0 Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. AYP = 0

  38. King, J.R. Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 692 • Dollars Saved (King) - $364,969 • Dollars Reinvested (Cerveny) - $1,563,040

  39. Elmdale ES (110) K-5 12844 Elmdale 183 (296) 368 - 395 Macomb Elementary School 163 students Macomb ES (232) PK-5 12021 Evanston Street 163 (0) 403 - 511 This 81 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 501 occurred in FY1998-1999. Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Facility Condition. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 15. Age of building is 58 years. Peak enrollment since 1998, of 436 in FY 1999-2000. AYP = 0.

  40. Macomb Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 403 • Dollars Saved (Macomb) - $293,949 • Dollars Reinvested (Elmdale) - $343,030

  41. J.Marshall Elementary School Reconfigure from K-8 to PK-8. Create 2 new Pre-K classroom spaces within the Nolan building. John Marshall ES (239) PK-5 1255 E. State Fair Street Nolan EM (474) PK-8 (Reconfigured) 1150 E. Lantz Street 446 students 446 (0) 819 - 894 627 (857) 1,112 – 1,395 Rationale: Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend; Utilization. AYP = 0 Alert. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 56. AYP = 0 Alert.

  42. J.Marshall Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 819 • Dollars Saved (Marshall) - $461,328 • Dollars Reinvested (Nolan) - $416,198

  43. Northwest Early Childhood Center MacDowell ES (231) PK-6 4201 W. Outer Drive Northwest ECC (275) PK-K 13735 W. 7 Mile Road 419 (364) 519 - 627 110 (0) 135 - 135 Schulze ES (328) PK-6 19811 Stoepel Street Age of building is 69 years. Peak enrollment of 501 in FY1998-1999. AYP = 0 Alert. This 54 year old building will close. The school’s peak enrollment (since 1998) of 126 occurred in FY2001-2002. Rationale: Operational Inefficiency; Facility Condition; Enrollment Trend. AYP = NA. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 0. 635 (612) 750 -750 Age of building is 7 years. Peak enrollment of 659 in FY2007-2008. AYP = 3 Delay.

  44. Northwest Early Childhood Center • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 135 • Dollars Saved (Northwest ECC) - $173,589 • Dollars Reinvested (MacDowell) - $451,800; (Schulze) - $343,020

  45. Richard Elementary School Trix EM (354) K-8 13700 Bringard Drive 250 K-8 students Fleming ES (119) PK-5 19725 Strasburg Street 331 (457) 710 - 745 Richard EM (306) K-8 13840 Lappin Street 91 ES students AYP = 2. 631 (676) 755 - 990 AYP = 0 Alert. 431 (0) 784 - 872 Pulaski EM (297) K-8 19725 Strasburg Street Rationale: Facility Condition; Utilization; Enrollment Trend. AYP = 1. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. 34 K-8 students 653 (622) 755 - 990 AYP = 0 Alert.

  46. Richard Elementary School • Summary: • Unused Seats Saved – 784 • Dollars Saved (Richard) - $273,094 • Dollars Reinvested (Trix) - $487,226; (Pulaski) - $342,145; (Fleming) - $441,330

  47. Mark Twain at Boynton EM (235) (in Boynton Building) PK-8 (Reprogrammed) 12800 Visger Street Mark Twain EM (235) PK-8 12001 Gleason Street 289 students AYP = 2. 289 (0) 642 - 694 274 (451) 977 – 1,007 Rationale: Enrollment Trend; Utilization; Operational Inefficiency. AYP = 0. Number of Students with Disabilities to be placed by SPED staff = 29. Mark Twain Elementary