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Long Term Facilities Plan Barnstable Public Schools January 25, 2011.

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1 Long Term Facilities Plan Barnstable Public Schools January 25, 2011

2 CORE VALUES All children have the right to every opportunity to achieve their highest potential. Each person deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Integrity and personal responsibility are the hallmarks of our daily interactions.

3 Question ? Should all children in Barnstable experience learning environments that are safe, current, and educationally conducive to learning? Should all staff have respectful, safe and educationally conducive environments within which to teach and work?

4 Our Goal To provide all students with safe, current and purposeful learning environments. SAFE CURRENT PURPOSEFUL FISCALLY RESPONSIBLE

5 Enrollment Trends

6 Facilities Studies Merrimac Education Center2001 TAMS2003 McCredie2004 SBA Audit2006 STV Assessment2009

7 A Quick Overview Although we are projecting a decrease in elementary enrollments, we see a definite need to replace and update some of the existing elementary facilities to bring them up to contemporary educational standards. Therefore, we are of the opinion that Barnstable should begin the process of considering additions and renovations to several elementary schools MEC

8 TAMS 2003 Generally, the buildings have been well maintained. However, after a year life, most of the components of the buildings are in need of repair, replacement or renovation. Architecturally, the exterior envelopes are deteriorating and require ongoing attention, while the interiors require upgrading of finishes which have worn out. … In general, the mechanical, fire protection, electrical and plumbing systems are outdated and are in need of some level of replacement.

9 School Building Authority Audit 1. Good condition with few or no building issues. 2. Generally, good condition, few systems need attention. 3. Generally moderate condition, some systems need attention. 4. Poor condition, possible candidate for replacement.

10 Summary Overview BHS BIS Hyannis West West Villages BHMCS Centerville Osterville Barnstable Community BWB OBay Marstons Mills Cotuit Hyannis East Portables 1 BWB Portable Osterville Modular

11 The eight (8) statutory funding priorities listed on the Statement of Interest

12 Order of Priority 1. Replacement or renovation of a building which is structurally unsound or otherwise in a condition seriously jeopardizing the health and safety of school children, where no alternative exists, as determined in the judgment of the Authority;

13 2. Elimination of existing severe overcrowding, as determined in the judgment of the Authority; 3. Prevention of loss of accreditation, as determined in the judgment of the Authority; 4. Prevention of severe overcrowding expected to result from increased enrollments, which must be substantiated, as determined in the judgment of the Authority;

14 5. Replacement, renovation or modernization of the heating system in any schoolhouse to increase energy conservation and decrease energy related costs in the schoolhouse, as determined in the judgment of the Authority; 6. Short term enrollment growth, as determined in the judgment of the Authority; 7. Replacement or addition to obsolete buildings in order to provide a full range of programs consistent with state and approved local requirements, as determined in the judgment of the Authority;

15 8. Transition from court-ordered and approved racial balance school districts to walk-to, so-called, or other school districts, as determined in the judgment of the Authority.

16 Our Areas of Relevance 1. Replacement or renovation of a building which is structurally unsound or otherwise in a condition seriously jeopardizing the health and safety of school children, where no alternative exists, as determined in the judgment of the Authority; 5. Replacement, renovation or modernization of the heating system in any schoolhouse to increase energy conservation and decrease energy related costs in the schoolhouse, as determined in the judgment of the Authority;

17 Actions Taken Prioritizing Need Barnstable Community Horace Mann Charter Public School Heating System Barnstable High School Track & Field

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20 Replacement of 60 Year Old Heating System

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22 Unacceptable Field Conditions

23 Dangerous Track

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25 Systematic Prioritization of Maintenance & Upgrades

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30 Past & Current Facilities Processes Systematic Use of CIP Process Past Capital Override MSBA

31 Long Term Facilities Plan Use of proceeds from sale of building(s). Systematic Use of CIP Process Future Capital Override

32 TAMS I Nine to Five Osterville Hyannis West Marstons Mills East Centerville Barnstable/West Barnstable Off Line = Cotuit, MM Elementary, O-Bay, Hyannis East June June 2012 $75,000,000.-

33 Current Status Hyannis East = Barnstable Community HMCPS Hyannis West West Villages Centerville Barnstable/West Barnstable Off Line = Cotuit, MM Elementary*, O-Bay, Osterville Sell Osterville Bay, Lease Cotuit, Osterville, MM Elementary ? BHMCS, BIS, BHS

34 Marstons Mills Elementary Create an Early Childhood Center & Professional Development Complex Lease to Cape Cod Collaborative Lease to Cape Cod Collaborative & & Professional Development Complex Lease to Cape Cod Collaborative & Share Site House District Technology & PD Center Alternative High School Program

35 THE PLAN Recognizing the work of the : School Facility Advisory Committee Tony Lacina Patricia Grenier Dave Anthony Ken Keenan Janice BartonTom McDonald Rick BerryJeff Morassi Joe DugasNoel Spillane

36 THE PLAN BWB Window Replacement965, HVAC Upgrades DONE Waterproofing28, Exterior Masonry Repairs45, Exterior Painting20, Interior Painting40, Replace/Upgrade 1 Boiler/Natural Gas200, Remove 2 Portable Classrooms20, Flooring Replacement55, Reconstruct Sidewalks20, Abate asbestos/Exterior Gables20, Electrical Upgrade55, Security upgrade75, Plumbing upgrade95, Total 1,638,000.00

37 Multi-Year Renovation Projects Total Cost = $$19,195, Buildings to 7 (8) buildings Annual CIP Prioritization Utilization of Proceeds from Sale of Bay Capitalizing on current debt expiration 2015 = 11 million borrowed Replace one loan with another loan Neutral Impact on Tax Rate Consistent filing with MA School Building Authority Garner Community Support

38 Town Of Barnstable Debt Financing 2015 BHMCS Loan Repaid 2020 BHS Loan Repaid 2021 BMS Loan Repaid


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