An approximately 40-member Capital Project Community Advisory Committee, representing stakeholder groups across the district is charged with helping to shape facilities recommendations for an anticipated fall 2020 capital project vote.
Why is this planning process necessary?
- Ensure there is sufficient space for students, especially given a projected increase in enrollment;
- Provide students with modern learning spaces aligned with the direction of our programs, including
more interdisciplinary and hands-on learning in the early/middle grades; and
- Implement a facilities plan that promotes health, safety and the efficient utilization of space.
Program Delivery Study
As part of the process, the district is working with a consultant during the 2018-19 school year to examine the potential for other PreK-12 program delivery options, including school configurations, given the vision of the district and anticipated enrollment increase. The committee will act in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education, with the Board determining the final scope of a capital project proposal.
Next meeting: Thursday, March 28
Jan. 24, 2019: Committee looks at enrollment projections & capacity
November 20, 2018: Vision informed by program reviews
October 15, 2018 Highlights of Program Vision Presented
August 28, 2018: Meeting Summary