Presentation on theme: "Www.acps.k12.va.us Alexandria City Public Schools FY 2015-2024 Capital Improvement Plan City Council/School Board Work Session April 10, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
www.acps.k12.va.us Alexandria City Public Schools FY 2015-2024 Capital Improvement Plan City Council/School Board Work Session April 10, 2014
www.acps.k12.va.us 2 Purpose of the CIP To provide the Mayor, City Council, and Alexandria community the rationale behind the strategy to address the school divisions need for construction, expansion, and refurbishment of capital assets to ensure the provision of safe and conducive learning environments that support high performing schools
www.acps.k12.va.us 3 CIP Process Enrollment projections & capacity Building conditions and programmatic needs Available funding Good stewards of taxpayer dollars
www.acps.k12.va.us 4 Essential Questions What is the impact of the enrollment projections on the existing approved capacity program? What areas were identified to reduce the funding gap in order to respond to resource constraints? How do we address the funding gap between City appropriation and ACPS capacity needs?
www.acps.k12.va.us Capacity Planning Enrollment has increased 3.9% from FY 2013 FY 2015 Projected Enrollment is 14,171 – An increase of 4% from FY 2014 Projected to average 3% growth through FY 2020 No new capacity projects recommended in FY 2015-2024 CIP Assumes maintaining current School Board approved elementary class sizes Assumes no expansion of Pre-Kindergarten
www.acps.k12.va.us Capacity Planning Major Drivers #1 Student Enrollment #2 Capacity Analysis #3 Modular Building Projects #4 Core Spaces (e.g. cafeteria, parking, etc.) #5 K-8 Building Configuration
www.acps.k12.va.us 9 CIP Funding- Non-Capacity FY 2015-2024 FY 2014-2023 School Board approved non-capacity budget exceeded the City Councils allocation to ACPS by $38.9 million Applied prioritization methodology and level- loading to meet City Council approved total non-capacity for the ten-year program
www.acps.k12.va.us 10 School Board Approved and City Manager Proposed Capacity Budget Minor Capacity Projects FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016 Charles Barrett2,198,9431,773,979 Douglas MacArthur1,639,637151,625 George Mason 2,295,929 Matthew Maury 412,024 James K. Polk1,977,385804,761 John Adams Parking 220,000 Project Planning 720,000550,000 8,523,9183,670,365550,000
www.acps.k12.va.us 11 Patrick Henry Capacity Project Feasibility study to examine the construction of a new Patrick Henry Pre-K to 8 School on the existing Areas of examination: A survey of the existing building condition A survey of the existing site and utilities including storm water management considerations Research on all potential environmental constraints of issues that influence early determinations of the projects feasibility, timing and cost Existing Pre-K to 8 educational specifications
www.acps.k12.va.us 12 Overall Funding Gap and Primary Drivers Over 10-year program there is a $36.6 million funding short-fall between School Board Approved FY 2015-2024 CIP and City Manager Proposed CIP Major sources of the short fall – New Patrick Henry K-8 Facility (gap of $11.5 million) – New Cora Kelly Facility funded as TBD at $24 million (gap of $24.5 million) – New Facility at a Site TBD funded at $52 million in FY 2022 (gap of $0.4 million) – Non-capacity short fall of $0.2 million in FY 2016
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