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1 Superintendents Proposed Capital Improvement Plan November 6, 2008

2 Does the school division have any capital needs for the planning period?

3 How Are the School Divisions Capital Needs Outlined in the CIP? Projects listed by middle school planning area Project Summary Tables –Table 39 in current year dollars –Table 39A in inflation dollars (5.6%) –Major maintenance projects listed by priority based on need (by project and by year)

4 CIP Priority Projects Years 1-5 ( ) Major Maintenance ModernizationsNew Schools

5 Why Are Major Mechanical/Maintenance Repairs Needed? Systems and parts have a finite life Scarcity or unavailability of older parts –Increased operational costs –Increased operational failures (example: no heat more frequently and for longer periods) No temporary fix for failed roofs or HVAC systems

6 Why Are Modernization Projects Needed? Aging facilities that require updating –Replacement of interior finishes (flooring, lighting, doors & hardware, lockers, paint, etc.) –Installation of new technology –Replacement of exterior finishes (parking lot surfaces, exterior lighting, canopies, etc.) –Improve safety

7 Why are New School Projects Needed? Reduce reliance on portable classrooms Provide additional permanent classroom space Ease overcrowding of core facilities at existing schools It is important to note staff reviews enrollment/housing/population trends annually to determine new school needs and proposed timelines

8 Year 1: CIP Projects ( ) $19,102,300 Major Maintenance $18,180,400 Replace RoofsReplace HVAC CHTBMW GBPDCH IRMGBH RBWGRP Re-Ed CtrSEE PlanetariumTES WBP IRM* IRH* WBM* *Mixing boxes only

9 Year 1: CIP Projects ( ) $19,102,300 Modern./Add./Renovate $0 New Schools $0 Other $921,900 Repairs CAS Repaving at DCH, DCE, & WBP

10 Year 1: CIP Projects ( ) Highlights 95% of costs are for major maintenance (HVAC & roof replacements) 5% of costs are for CAS repairs and repaving at 3 schools No modernization, addition and/or renovation projects No new school projects

11 Year 2: CIP Projects ( ) $27,862,500 Replace Roofs Replace HVAC BRPCAR SRICRE SWEHES WBIISC School PlantsOSH W & SPORT SWE Major Maintenance $14,313,400

12 Year 2: CIP Projects ( ) $27,862,500 Modern./Add./Renovate $5,882,200 CWMS modernize (A/E) IRHS modernize (A/E) New Schools $7,169,100 High School Elbow Rd./ Centerville Trpke. (A/E) Other $497,800 Repair auditorium ceiling IRHS Install lighting GBHS softball field

13 Year 2: CIP Projects ( ) Highlights 51% of costs are for major maintenance (HVAC & roof replacements) No construction costs for facilities but does include A/E costs for: –modernization at 2 schools –the 8 th high school (Elbow Rd./Centerville Trpke.)

14 Year 3: CIP Projects ( ) $53,439,400 Replace Roofs Replace HVAC BRIDCM GBICAM GRIWBI GBM Major Maintenance $9,291,100

15 Year 3: CIP Projects ( ) $53,439,400 Modern./Add./Renovate $33,938,700 IRHS modernize (C) CHTM add./renovate (A/E) New Schools $6,993,300 Elem. School – BMW/CWI/ GRP/GRI area (A/E) Middle School – Relieve HMS (A/E) Other $3,216,300 Parking/storage school buses

16 Year 4: CIP Projects ( ) $230,627,900 Replace Roofs Replace HVAC SEEBRI GBI GRI TIS HHS Major Maintenance $6,243,100

17 Year 4: CIP Projects ( ) $230,627,900 Modern./Add./Renovate $51,790,100 CWMS modernize (C) IRMS modernize (A/E) CHTM add./renovate (C) New Schools $172,594,700 Elem. School BMW/CWI/GRP/GRI area (C) High School Elbow Rd./Centerville Trpke. (C) Elem. School DCE/DCC area (A/E) Middle School relieve HMS (C) Other $0

18 Year 5: CIP Projects ( ) $48,396,400 Replace Roofs Replace HVAC TESHMS CAMHOMS CWMNHP IRHWBM TME EWC Major Maintenance $17,233,800

19 Year 5: CIP Projects ( ) $48,396,400 Modern./Add./Renovate $1,626,200 GBP modernize (A/E) New Schools $25,095,700 Elem. School DCE/DCC area (C) Other $4,440,700 Repaving at GBH Food Services add./renovate (A/E/C)

20 CIP Summary 1 st Five YearsTotal (CY $) Yr. 1: (09-10)$19,102,300 Yr. 2: (10-11)$27,862,500 Yr. 3: (11-12)$53,439,400 Yr. 4: (12-13)$230,627,900 Yr. 5: (13-14)$48,396,400 Total (09-14)$379,428,500 Most pressing funding needs are: –M–Major maintenance projects If not funded in a timely manner, this portion of the CIP will increases as more needs arise –M–Modernization of aging facilities –8–8 th high school (Elbow Rd./ Centerville Trpke.) to provide relief to IRHS, OSHS, HHS & GBHS

21 Five-Year Grand Total (Inflated Dollars)

22 Extended Public Hearing & Work Session Coverage 7:00PM at SAB Monday, Nov. 24, 2008 & Final Action Monday, Nov. 10, 2008

23 Additional copies of the CIP are available: Planning & Development Dept. All branches of the public library CIP

24 What Sources are Used to Assist with Student Enrollment Projections? Review enrollment/housing/population trends on a local, regional and national scale including: –CPS historical data –City Planning Dept. data (comprehensive plan) –Hampton Roads Planning District Commission –UVAs Weldon Cooper Center –VA Dept. of Ed. –ODU State of Hampton Roads Annual Report –US Census –Surrounding school divisions

25 Factors Affecting Enrollment Basics: economy, growth rate, birth rate, migration US Dept. of Ed.: VA school enrollment expected increase 13% ( ) UVA Weldon Cooper Center: VA enrollment will increase thru 2012 –G–Grades K-7 increase –G–Grades 8-9 small increase –G–Grades decline HRPDC –Ches Employ. by res.96,977143,700 Households69,900114,600 Population199,184313,600 CensusVA Pop ,324, ,921, ,466,000 VECChes. Pop. Under , , , ,103


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