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2 Children First! ENCINITAS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT Children First! CAPITAL FACILITIES AND TECHNOLOGY PROJECT LIST

3 DESCRIPTORS OF SCHOOLS High performing High performing Unique Unique Great parent involvement Great parent involvement Innovative teaching practices Innovative teaching practices Caring and involved staff Caring and involved staff

4 HIGH PERFORMANCE 904 District Academic Performance Index 904 District Academic Performance Index state target (All EUSD schools higher) perfect score All schools are California Distinguished Schools – OPE, ECC recognized again! All schools are California Distinguished Schools – OPE, ECC recognized again! Multiple awards and honors for programs Multiple awards and honors for programs No schools identified as program improvement or failing by NCLB No schools identified as program improvement or failing by NCLB

5 EUSD Strategic Plan A Passion For Excellence A Passion For Excellence Proficiency in state standards and high quality school/district standards Proficiency in state standards and high quality school/district standards 21 st Century Classrooms 21 st Century Classrooms - Technology - Critical thinking, creativity, adaptable learning styles, access information learning styles, access information - Interpersonal skills - Arts education - Global awareness

6 CHALLENGES FACING EUSD Need to develop new models and designs for 21 st Century teaching and learning Need to develop new models and designs for 21 st Century teaching and learning Budget Issues Budget Issues Aging Facilities and Infrastructure Aging Facilities and Infrastructure Outdated Technology Outdated Technology

7 EUSD CAPITAL FACILITIES AND TECHNOLOGY PROJECT AREAS 21 st Century Classrooms 21 st Century Classrooms Green Initiative Projects Green Initiative Projects Facility Needs List Facility Needs List

8 21 st CENTURY CLASSROOMS

9 PURPOSE Students - Every student will have continuous access to 21st Century technology tools which will allow him/her to access, process, analyze, evaluate, shape, and design in a constantly changing environment. Students - Every student will have continuous access to 21st Century technology tools which will allow him/her to access, process, analyze, evaluate, shape, and design in a constantly changing environment. Teachers - Every teacher will have continuous access to 21st Century classroom technology that will allow them to differentiate learning, access multiple medias, and incorporate current technology into the classroom learning environment. Teachers - Every teacher will have continuous access to 21st Century classroom technology that will allow them to differentiate learning, access multiple medias, and incorporate current technology into the classroom learning environment.

10 CONFIGURATION OF K-2 CLASSROOM All K-2nd grade classrooms will consist of the following tools for teaching and learning: Teacher computing station Teacher computing station Printer Printer Document camera Document camera LCD projector LCD projector Projection screen Projection screen Interactive white board Interactive white board Learning software Learning software Classroom computer lab Classroom computer lab

11 CONFIGURATION OF 3-6 CLASSROOM All 3 rd – 6 th grade classrooms will consist of the following tools for teaching and learning: Teacher computing station Teacher computing station Printer Printer Document camera Document camera LCD projector LCD projector Projection screen Projection screen Individual computing platform for every student Individual computing platform for every student Learning software Learning software

12 TECHNOLOGY ENDOWMENT FUND Funds set aside for technology refresh Funds set aside for technology refresh Allows for new technology upgrades Allows for new technology upgrades Software changes Software changes Not one time focus Not one time focus Gives district time to acquire additional funding for long-term technology planning Gives district time to acquire additional funding for long-term technology planning

13 TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE Upgrade aging technology infrastructure Upgrade aging technology infrastructure Plan already approved Plan already approved Retire 5 year debt plan Retire 5 year debt plan

14 Encinitas Union School District Green Initiative

15 GREEN PLAN GOALS Reduce energy use and costs at all campuses Reduce energy use and costs at all campuses Reduce water use and costs at all campuses Reduce water use and costs at all campuses Incorporate recycling programs in place at all campuses Incorporate recycling programs in place at all campuses Acquire LEEDs Existing Schools Certification at all campuses Acquire LEEDs Existing Schools Certification at all campuses

16 GREEN INITIATIVE PLANS Solar panels at 7 schools Solar panels at 7 schools Solar tubes and natural lighting Solar tubes and natural lighting Reclaimed water Reclaimed water Waterless urinals Waterless urinals Heating and air conditioning efficiency Heating and air conditioning efficiency

17 LEARNING CENTER FACILITY / SCHOOL FARM CONCEPT

18 PROJECT PLAN Multi-use educational facility that will support student learning in science, nutrition, wellness, and community awareness as well as provide fruits and vegetables for the district child nutrition program. Multi-use educational facility that will support student learning in science, nutrition, wellness, and community awareness as well as provide fruits and vegetables for the district child nutrition program.

19 SCHOOL FARM South side of property South side of property Contracted farming services Contracted farming services - Fruits and vegetables for the district food services program in exchange for land use to grow organic produce for sale Details still being developed Details still being developed Could incorporate community garden on farm side of property Could incorporate community garden on farm side of property

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21 EUSD LEARNING CENTER

22 LEARNING CENTER DETAILS Located on North half of property Located on North half of property Multi-purpose meeting room with presentation equipment – flexible arrangement and use (150 capacity) Multi-purpose meeting room with presentation equipment – flexible arrangement and use (150 capacity) Science / classrooms Science / classrooms Kitchen Kitchen Use for student investigations, staff development, community use Use for student investigations, staff development, community use

23 SPECIFIC SITE FACILITY NEEDS Each site has specific list compiled from 5- year facility needs plan and Board walk- through facility needs list. Each site has specific list compiled from 5- year facility needs plan and Board walk- through facility needs list. Examples: Repair old roofing, plumbing upgrades, replace fire alarm systems, upgrade electrical system, etc. Examples: Repair old roofing, plumbing upgrades, replace fire alarm systems, upgrade electrical system, etc.

24 HOW TO ACCOMPLISH PROJECT LIST Bond extension Bond extension Rate stays same for taxpayers Rate stays same for taxpayers Board needs to vote to place on ballot for November, 2010 Board needs to vote to place on ballot for November, 2010 High level of community support for schools and projects on facility list High level of community support for schools and projects on facility list Would save district general fund dollars Would save district general fund dollars Would give students access to state-of-art classrooms and technology Would give students access to state-of-art classrooms and technology

25 ENCINITAS UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT Putting the needs of children first!


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