• Long Range Plan


     
    District leaders along with Hollis and Miller Architects worked with more than 60 patrons in 2013 to create a framework for developing new facilities. The Long Range Plan is intended to be a guide rather than a blueprint. The Long Range Plan consists of the three documents linked below:
     

    Planning Criteria

    The Planning Criteria provides 17 concepts around which new buildings and sites will be developed.

    Feeder System Diagram

    The Feeder System Diagram provides an articulated plan that defines how our students "feed" through schools from Kindergarten through Grade 12.  

    Flashpoint Diagram

    The Flashpoint Diagram identifies student enrollment levels that require new facility planning and construction.
     

    Long-Range Facility Plan Update

    The Board will assemble the Task Force for a period of approximately one and one half years (meeting periodically) and will begin meeting in January, 2017 to analyze data, review and refine planning criteria, explore facility planning options, and develop future scenarios.

    The Task Force will work with District staff to develop planning scenarios. A public comment period will be planned for late 2017/early 2018. Once the public has been provided ample opportunity to provide feedback, the Task Force will recommend an update to our Long-Range Facility Plan for the Board of Education to consider at the May, 2018 board meeting. 
     
    At the Task Force's June meeting, members reviewed an update to the District's enrollment projections provided by the demographer, RSP and Associates. Updated data shows the District is projected to grow by more than 400 students over the next five years. Task force members will consider these projections, in combination with educational value, financial feasibility, and growth management, when developing facility scenarios the district will consider as a possible next facilities project.

    Enrollment Projections 2017 Update