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  1. Partners in PISD FutureJanuary 15, 2012 Building Eagle Excellence

  2. Culture of our Work • Appreciation (see listing) of participation • Self accommodation (take care of your needs) • Presentation/large and small group discussion • Focus groups • Packet contents • Copies of powerpoint/data overviews • Additional data as requested

  3. AGENDA First Meeting Overview Financial Status Data Sources Areas of Focus - DRAFT Second Meeting (tonight) Bond Considerations/Impact Tour Plan Next Steps

  4. Data Sources* • Internal facility/technology needs assessment • Safety audit (M. Fletcher/team) • Financial audit • Internal resource review • External technology audit (Renaissance) • Demographer study (due – end of January) • Traffic flow engineering (TBD) * copies available as needed

  5. Areas of Focus • Immediate Needs Assessment • Safety • Facility/learning environments • Completion of QSCB • Training Facility (2 year Project) • Technology (TBD) – Campus Needs Assessments • Bond Considerations/Impact on Citizens

  6. Facilities Review

  7. Primary • Keyless entry • Canopy • Traffic Flow • K-1 Playground • NEW Elementary • Intermediate • Safe entry/admin move • Parking • Science/New Wing • Playground • Cosmetics/Rest Rooms • JH • Science Rooms • Gym/Lockers • Cosmetics • Relocate bus pick-up • Fencing for all campuses Prek-8 New Elementary

  8. Band Pad Parking lot Future HS Edition Career Tech Center Green space/ TBD Training Center High School

  9. Pause and Reflect – Qs What Next? * Review financial impact

  10. 2012 ISD Tax Rate ComparisonSimilar Size & Locale to Pleasanton ISD – Data from Texas ISD 2012 Tax Rate Survey

  11. 2012-2013 ISD Tax Rate ComparisonSimilar Size & Locale to Pleasanton ISD – Graph Format

  12. PLAN A • New Comprehensive High School • 1600 students/248,000 sq. ft (155 per student) • No Auditorium/includes practice fields/gyms, etc. • $54,500,000 (includes all FFE/Fees/Survey, Geo) • Does not include cost of land and road access • Renovated facilities • Primary • Pick up/Drop Off area; road construction • Playground/parking/Safety doors • Growth (6-8 classrooms) • $ 1,500,000 -$4,000,000 (classrooms)

  13. PIC/JH (serve elementary and PIC students) • Safety entrance/admin wing • 13,100 sq ft. addition (wing)/additional classrooms • Parking/Playground/Sports Court • Gym remodel/windows/roof • Cosmetics/Parent Drop off • $ 7,000,000. • HS (serve JH and potential PIC students) • Remodel/cosmetics (walls, locker, repurpose rooms) • Remove metal buildings/landscape/parking • $ 4,000,000 • Technology $ 2,500,000 • Support Areas $ 4,500,000 • Maintenance relocation, buses, offset of stadium) • Total: $ 74,000,000-$76,500,000

  14. PLAN B • New Elementary School • 1000 students/115,000 sqft • Playground/sport court • Road development • $ 29,000,000(includes FFE/fees/survey/geo) • Renovated facilities • Primary • Pick up/Drop Off area; road construction • Playground/parking/Safety doors • Growth (6-8 classrooms) • $ 1,500,000-$4,000,000 (classrooms)

  15. PIC • Safety entrance/admin wing • 13,100 sq ft. addition (wing)/additional classrooms • Parking/Playground/Sports Court • Cosmetics/Parent Drop off • $ 4,000,000. • JH • Safety entrance/admin wing/Science classrooms/windows • Cosmetics/Parent Drop Off $ 5,000,000. • HS • Remodel/cosmetics (walls, locker, repurpose rooms) • Relocated Admin/Counseling; Covered pick-up • Career and Tech Center/Parking/Road • $ 23,000,000 • Technology $ 2,500,000 • Support Areas $ 4,500,000 • Maintenance relocation, buses, offset of stadium) • TOTAL: $ 69,500,000- $72,000,000

  16. 15% growth

  17. 8% growth

  18. Taxpayer ImpactBond 2013 1– Based on Current Values Remaining the Same From 12-13 to 13-14 2– Tax Bills are Frozen at the Time of Approval of Over 65 Exemption

  19. 2012-2013 ISD Tax Rate ComparisonSimilar Size & Locale to Pleasanton ISD – Graph Format

  20. Table Talk • Plan A and Plan B review • Missing elements • Priority items (what could wait) • Perceived challenges

  21. SummaryPartners Meeting (2) • Questions for clarification • Packet Review • Additional Partners? • Additional Data needs? Next Steps: • Partners share information and gather feedback • Partners meet next week at ELEM (or send representative*) • 3rd meeting focus on recommendations for Board of Trustees

  22. THANK YOU……this PARTNERship is essential to ensure future Pleasanton Eagles Soar!