Presentation on theme: "Haysville USD 261 Comprehensive Safety Plan. TO ADVANCE LEARNING FOR ALL THROUGH THE RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE. Haysville USD 261 Mission."— Presentation transcript:
Haysville USD 261 Comprehensive Safety Plan
TO ADVANCE LEARNING FOR ALL THROUGH THE RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE. Haysville USD 261 Mission
TO EQUIP LEARNERS WITH 21ST CENTURY SKILLS TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE IN A CONTINUALLY-CHANGING WORLD. Haysville USD 261 Vision
Haysville USD 261 Belief Statements students come first our primary responsibility is teaching and learning all members of our learning community add value relevance + relationships + rigor = engaged learning school, community and business partnerships enrich student learning learning is enhanced in a safe and caring environment in quality staff committed to excellence
Haysville USD 261 Belief Statements in exploration, innovation, collaboration and growth in integrity of word and deed students need a rigorous, relevant world class curriculum in data-driven, continuous improvement for all diversity is an asset modern technology is an essential tool for teaching and learning in fiscal responsibility
Haysville USD 261 Goals Support staff through the systematic development and implementation of instructional tools, practices, and technologies to ensure student learning. Develop showcase programs in academics/athletics/ activities while ensuring all students are prepared for life.
Haysville USD 261 Goals To recruit, develop, and retain the best possible workforce. To create and enhance modern, safe learning facilities to achieve excellence. Strengthening community pride through strategic partnerships. Pursue and develop the financial resources to support the goals of the district.
Safe Room Needs Campus High School Haysville Middle School Ruth Clark Elementary Haysville High School Tri-City Service Center Administration Building
Safe Room Costs Building Head Count Safe Room Capacity Safe Room Size in Sq.Ft. Low Range Cost High Range Cost Campus $3,100,000$3,600,000 HMS $1,150,000$1,300,000 Ruth Clark $1,150,000$1,300,000 Haysville High $350,000$410,000 Tri-City $190,000$250,000 Service Center $190,000$250,000 Admin. Bldg.30 NA use Freeman NA Total $6,130,000$7,110,000
Other Safety Considerations New Door Locks$120,000 Video Surveillance$250,000 Science Corridor$200,000
Basis for Calculations John, Attached is my estimate of the costs to build the various safe rooms. The size of the various safe rooms is based on 5 square feet per occupant (10 square feet per required wheel chair occupant) plus an additional 15% to 20% required area. My estimate is calculated on a base square foot cost range of $150 to $180 plus an additional $65 for the hardened construction. My estimate also includes 10% for soft costs and 10% contingency. If the safe rooms were constructed later than next spring, we should add a construction inflation factor of.5% per month until the project is bid. Please let me know if you have questions. Thanks, Ken
Totals Safe Rooms$6,130,000 - $7,110,000 New Door Locks $120,000 $120,000 Video Surveillance $250,000 $250,000 Science Corridor $200,000 $200,000 Grand Total$6,700,000 - $7,680,000
How to Pay for These Improvements Capital Outlay General Fund Local Option Budget Bond Election 63% State Aid!
Master Planning Other Needs????
Next Steps Contact Architect Contact Bond Company Create Planning Team Assess Needs Take Plan to BOE Establish Steering Committee Create Bond Campaign Plan