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Draft 2011 Pupil Generation Rates APFO Section 5.5 Measuring for Available Capacity WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT.

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1 Draft 2011 Pupil Generation Rates APFO Section 5.5 Measuring for Available Capacity WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Washington County Board of County Commissioners and Washington County Board of Education Joint Meeting March 29, 2011

2 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Data Source for Analysis of Pupil Generation Rates Analysis of 16 residential developments Use and Occupancy (U&O) permit data supplied by county, city, and municipal planning departments through calendar year 2010 Student addresses from WCPS student information database (AS400)

3 Sixteen Analyzed Residential Developments Twin Ridge – 84 units Seneca Ridge – 121 units Hager’s Crossing – 395 units Kensington Villas – 118 units Carriage Hills – 105 units Westfields – 203 units Freedom Hills – 34 units Foxwood Apartments – 99 units Note: Number of units includes single family, townhome, and multi-family dwellings. Cannon Ridge – 58 units Collegiate Acres – 126 units Paradise Heights – 31 units Rockingham – 83 units Fletcher’s Grove – 175 units FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Cortland – 614 units Saint James North – 292 units Claggett’s Mill – 24 units

4 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Parameters for Analysis of 16 Subdivisions Obtain U & O permit data by dwelling type for active subdivisions or developments Compare student address information with identified U&O permits provided for calendar years cumulative through 2010 Calculate student yield by development and dwelling type for elementary, middle, and high schools, using student data as of January 2011

5 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT U & O Categories Single Family Dwelling (SF) –Single Family Units –Duplex/Semi-Attached Units –Mobile Home Units Townhome Dwelling (TH) –Three (3) or more attached units Multi-Family Dwelling (MF) –Apartments/Condominium Units

6 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 2011 WCPS Elementary School Pupil Generation Rates SubdivisionTotal Use & Occupancy Permits - Through 2010 WCPS Elementary School Students - As of January 2011 Single FamilyTownhomeMulti-FamilySingle FamilyTownhomeMulti-Family Twin Ridge 84None 19-- Freedom Hills34None 4-- Seneca Ridge3685None2024- Hager's Crossing140255None8254- Kensington Villas9820None420- Foxwood (3 Bldgs)None 99--4 Cortland4413843241146 Saint James North292None 129-- Westfields203None 86-- Fletcher's Grove9085None3630- Cannon Ridge58None 57-- Rockingham83None 31-- Paradise Heights31None 21-- Collegiate Acres26100None037- Claggett's Mill24None 4-- Carriage Hills4362None711- Totals1286745531542157150 0.420.210.28

7 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 2011 WCPS Middle School Pupil Generation Rates SubdivisionTotal Use & Occupancy Permits - Through 2010 WCPS Middle School Students - As of January 2011 Single FamilyTownhomeMulti-FamilySingle FamilyTownhomeMulti-Family Twin Ridge 84None 9-- Freedom Hills34None 3-- Seneca Ridge3685None97- Hager's Crossing140255None3326- Kensington Villas9820None141- Foxwood (3 Bldgs)None 99--0 Cortland441384321057 Saint James North292None 62-- Westfields203None 36-- Fletcher's Grove9085None174- Cannon Ridge58None 11-- Rockingham83None 24-- Paradise Heights31None 20-- Collegiate Acres26100None09- Claggett's Mill24None 3-- Carriage Hills4362None92- Totals12867455312514957 0.200.070.11

8 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT 2011 WCPS High School Pupil Generation Rates SubdivisionTotal Use & Occupancy Permits - Through 2010WCPS High School Students - As of January 2011 Single FamilyTownhomeMulti-FamilySingle FamilyTownhomeMulti-Family Twin Ridge 84None 12-- Freedom Hills34None 5-- Seneca Ridge3685None1113- Hager's Crossing140255None3823- Kensington Villas9820None71- Foxwood (3 Bldgs)None 99--3 Cortland441384322063 Saint James North292None 77-- Westfields203None 40-- Fletcher's Grove9085None239- Cannon Ridge58None 13-- Rockingham83None 27-- Paradise Heights31None 17-- Collegiate Acres26100None012- Claggett's Mill24None 45- Carriage Hills4362None98- Totals12867455312857166 0.220.100.12

9 Current 2010 Pupil Generation Rates As adopted by Board of County Commissioners May 18, 2010 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Elementary Middle High Total Single Family.38.18.19(.75) Townhome.24.08.09(.41) Multi-Family.18.08.11(.37)

10 2011 Calculated Pupil Generation Rates March 29, 2011 WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACILITIES PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Elementary Middle High Total Single Family.42.20.22(.84) Townhome.21.07.10(.38) Multi-Family.28.11.12(.51)


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