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WCA Facilities Planning. February 2013. WCA Request.

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Wca request
WCA Request

  • Educational Program: The Charter School’s educational program has unique facilities needs. Key components of the educational program of the Charter School include project based learning that combines language arts, mathematics and history/social studies with environmental education, garden/nutrition/cooking, intensive work in science and a strong integrated arts program (music, visual arts, dance and theater).

  • Facility Needs: In order to effectively provide these aspects of our educational program, as well as the general classroom organization, the facility allocated to the Charter School must provide the following:

    • 16 classrooms for direct instruction (3 rooms over the 2012/2013 allocation)

    • 3 additional rooms that can be used for small group work, science lab, cooking, project work.

    • Additional space for music (Music Room)

    • Space for arts instruction (Art Room)

    • Lunch Room

  • Contiguous Classrooms: The Charter School’s educational program requires all three kindergarten classes be located in the same building cluster; the same for three first grades, etc. It is essential for a strong education and social collaboration that similar grade levels be located adjacent to each other to insure cross class planning and sharing by the teachers at those grade levels and also to group appropriate play areas for various aged classes.


Wca growth
WCA Growth

  • WCA 2013/2014: 16 Classes

  • Three Kindergartens

  • Three 1st Grades

  • Two 2nd Grades

  • Two 3rd Grades

  • Two 4th Grades

  • One 5th Grades

  • One 6th Grades

  • One 7th Grade

  • One 8th Grade

Total Enrollment Projection 2013-14:330-340 Students

Total In District ADA Per Prop 39 Request

= 250

Total In District ADA Post March 9th Lottery = TBD



Prop 39 timeline
Prop 39 Timeline

  • The Charter School has until March 1, 2013, to respond to the preliminary proposal, expressing any concerns, addressing differences between the preliminary proposal and the facilities request, and/or making counter proposals.

  • The Implementing Regulations Section 11969.9(h) requires the District to provide a written final notification regarding the space to be allocated to the Charter School prior to April 1, 2013. The final notification specifically must include, at a minimum, the following:

    • The teaching station, specialized classroom space, and non-teaching station space offered for the exclusive use of the charter school and the teaching station, specialized classroom space, and non-teaching station space which the charter is to be provided access on a shared basis with District operated programs, if any;

    • For shared space, if any, the proposed arrangements for sharing;

    • The in-District classroom ADA assumptions for the Charter School upon which the allocation is based and, if the assumptions are different than those submitted by the charter school, a written explanation of the reasons for the differences;

    • The specificlocation of the space;

    • All conditions pertaining to the Charter School’s use of the space;

    • The pro rata share amount and a description of the methodology used to determine that amount;

    • The payment schedule for the pro rata share amount, which shall take into account the timing of revenues from the state and from local property taxes; and

    • A response to the Charter School’s concerns and/or counter-proposals, if any.


Option 1 2013 2014
Option 1: 2013/2014

Bayside Moves

O

# Moves:

8 Total moves

8 moves 2013-14

0 moves 2014-15

0 moves 2015-16

Growth:

3 New Classes: 13/14

2 New Classes: 14/15

2 New Classes : 15/16

2 New Classes : 16/17

Three Year Plan:

4 Extra Rooms: 13/14

2 Extra Rooms: 14/15

0 Extra Rooms: 15/16

New Plan: 16/17

Admin

O

3

Commons

O

Staff

5

2

O

art

6

Music

testing

Resource

Library

7

Storage

8

Media

4

1

K

After school

After School

Commons


Option 2 2013 2014
Option 2: 2013/2014

Bayside Does Not Move

4

Commons

6 Moves:

6 Total moves

6 moves 2013-14

Unsustainable 2014-15

Unsustainable 2015-16

One Year Plan:

0 Extra Rooms: 13/14

New Plan: 14/15

Break out

1

4

Staff

3

5

6

Music

Art

BSE

testing

Resource

Library

7

Storage

8

BSE

BSE 1-4

2

K

After School

Commons



Discussion with district
Discussion with District

  • WCA growth and campus

  • Move options and timing if construction delays

  • District deferred maintenance and facility priorities and plans

  • Move related costs and funding needs

  • Campus maintenance, custodial, utility costs

  • Library Books: staying or moving?

  • Bayside Furniture: staying or moving? Or some stay/some go?

  • Special Education?

  • After School Program?

  • Other?