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1 Center Grove High School Education Specifications 1.ReDesign Instruction for 21 st Century Learners 2.Reorganize into Smaller Learning Communities 3.Meet Baseline Infrastructure Needs 4.Accommodate Growth in Enrollment March 24, 2008

2 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Agenda  Definition: Education Specifications  Development History and Methodology  Benchmark: Baseline Facility Needs  Enrollment Targets  Space Needs to Support: Small Learning Community Organization Current & Anticipated Curriculum Target Enrollments  Next Steps

3 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Defininition:  Education Specifications (ej’ōō kā’shən spes’ə fi kā’shəns) A description of the curriculum and pedagogy of instruction for a school and the corresponding qualities and quantities of physical spaces needed to support the educational program.

4 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Development History  :CGHS Expansion Task Force  2006:Coalition of Visioneers  1/08/2007:Ed. Specs. – Baseline  1/22/2007:Ed. Specs. – Baseline + Growth  :CGHS ReDesign Team  3/17/2008:ReDesign Report  3/24/2008:Ed. Specs. – Revisited Baseline + Growth ReDesign to Smaller Learning Communities

5 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Methodology  Research CGHS Expansion Task Force Coalition of Visioneers CGHS ReDesign Team “Best Practices” Examples……. Model Schools ConferencePartnership for 21 st Century Schools The World is FlatASCD High School Reform Proposal Atascosita High SchoolNapa New Technology High School The Queens School of InquiryManhattan Hunter College High School for the Sciences Front Range Early College HSKingswood High School Humble High SchoolQuest High School Welby New Technology HSFailure is Not an Option Conference Breaking Ranks II ConferenceIndiana’s Future Conference Global Leadership AcademyThe Science, Technology and Research Early College HS Skyview AcademyMESA IUPUI Collaboration StudiosSacramento New Technology High School Coppell High SchoolCELL Conference Indiana High School SummitUtah Early College High Schools Indianapolis Area High SchoolsDenver School of Science and Technology

6 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Methodology  Data Analysis Faculty, Staff and Student Interviews ReDesign Focus Teams & Steering Committee Faculty and Staff Online Surveys Master Schedule Analysis  Facility Utilization  Course Enrollments  Course Enrollments Enrollment Projections through 2025 ReDesign SLC Curriculum Grid

7 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Methodology  Synthesis Benchmark “Baseline” Space Needs Determine Target Enrollments for Planning Estimate Probable Course Enrollments at Targets Calculate Spaces Needed to Support:  Small Learning Communities Organization  Current / Anticipated Curriculum  Target Enrollments

8 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Summary: Baseline (Briefing Session #1: 1/8/2007)  All but one department need more space To provide for current programs To provide for current enrollment  The combined need for all programs: 543,000 existing sq. ft ,000 additional needed sq. ft. 667,000 total square feet

9 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Meet Baseline Facility & Site Infrastructure Needs  Core Academic Areas English Social Sciences Mathematics Science World Languages Special Services Support  The location of instructional spaces supporting these programs will be re-allocated with the transition to Smaller Learning Communities.

10 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Meet Baseline Facility & Site Infrastructure Needs  Shared Academic Areas Special Needs Physical Education / Health Art Music Family & Consumer Sciences  Student Support Areas Administration / Guidance / Student Health Services Media Center / Computer Labs / Large & Small Group Spaces Cafeteria Auditorium

11 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Meet Baseline Facility & Site Infrastructure Needs  Co-Curricular & Extra Curricular Music Programs Athletic Programs Academic Activities & Clubs  Site and Building Circulation Public and Student Entrances Drives and Parking Corridor locations and widths Stairways Student Lockers Directional Signage & Graphics

12 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Meet Baseline Facility & Site Infrastructure Needs  High Performance Learning Environment Embedded, Available and Appropriate Technology Promote Health, Safety and Security Cost-Efficient Operation Superior Indoor Air Quality and Thermal Comfort Improved Access to Natural Daylight Proper Learning Space Acoustics Fully Accessible to those with Disabilities Incorporate Sustainable “Green” Design where Practical Long Life-Cycle Investment in Building Support Systems

13 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs BuildPlan & Build USE Plan & Build USE Center Grove Community School Corporation High School Enrollment 2007 CGCSC 2,800 3,200

14 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Site Master Plan Considerations  Existing 37 School Buses 4 Special Needs Buses Pick-Up / Drop-Off Conflicts 853 Student Parking Spaces 15 Visitor Parking Spaces 165 Faculty & Staff Parking Spaces Football, Track, Baseball, Tennis, Softball, Soccer  3,200 Enrollment 60 School Buses 8 Special Needs Buses Eliminate traffic conflicts 1,300 Student Parking Spaces 50 Visitor Parking Spaces 300 Faculty & Staff Parking Spaces Possibly provide for new sports (Lacrosse)

15 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Phase-in Plan Transition to SLC’s: Future Traditional CGHS New Technology High School Early College High School S.T.E.M. Academy Business Academy Projected Enrollment: 2,800 Health SLC Humanities SLC

16 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Phase-in Plan Transition to SLC’s: Future Traditional CGHS New Technology High School Early College High School S.T.E.M. Academy Business Academy Projected Enrollment: 3,200 Health SLC Humanities SLC

17 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Enrollment Targets Small Learning Communities Operating Range Low Planning Range High Planning Range Traditional High School New Technology High School Early College High School Business Academy STEM Academy Health SLC Humanities SLC Center Grove High School 2,317 Current Enrollment 2, ,

18 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs HealthSLCTraditionalCGHS New Tech High School Early College High School BusinessAcademySTEMAcademyHumanitiesSLC A Small Learning Community focused on providing a well-rounded traditional high school learning environment A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to the Arts and Humanities A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to Health and Biomedical related fields of interest A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to S cience, T echnology, E ngineering and M athematics A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to the fields of business and information technology A small school within Center Grove High School focused on bridging the divide between college and high school Core Curriculum Offered by Department English English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Mathematics Algebra I Algebra II Geometry Social Sciences World Geography US History Government / Economics Science Biology Chemistry I Earth Science Core Curriculum Integrated Faculty English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry World Geography US History Government / Economics Biology Chemistry I Earth Science Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Core Curriculum Integrated Faculty English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry World Geography US History Government / Economics Biology Chemistry I Earth Science Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Core Curriculum Integrated Faculty English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry World Geography US History Government / Economics Biology Chemistry I Earth Science Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Core Curriculum Integrated Faculty English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry World Geography US History Government / Economics Biology Chemistry I Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Core Curriculum Integrated Faculty English 9 English 10 American Literature Sr. Comp. / World Lit. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry World Geography US History Government / Economics Biology Chemistry I Earth Science Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Enhanced Curriculum AP Statistics Pre-Calculus All Business Department Curriculum Enhanced Curriculum ACP Literature ACP Composition Some English Electives World History Spanish German French Japanese Enhanced Curriculum English 11 English 12 Some English Electives Discrete Mathematics Sociology AP US History Current Prob., Issues, Events Enhanced Curriculum Pre-Calculus AP Chemistry Anatomy / Physiology AP Biology Environmental Science AP Psychology Project Lead the Way Biomedical Enhanced Curriculum Pre-Calculus AP Calculus Physics AP Physics AP Environmental Science Project Lead the Way Engineering Industrial Technology Curriculum Enhanced Curriculum Many Electives will be taken on the campus of Partnering Colleges Enhanced Curriculum A Variety of Problem-Based Learning Classes will be developed in several content areas Service Learning Projects Independent Study Projects Core Curriculum Team PBL Teaching of Integrated Classes English 9 / World Geography World Literature / World History Am. Literature / US History Political Lit. /Gov’t./Econ. Creative Writing Algebra I Algebra II Geometry/CADD Biology / Ecology Chemistry I / Pre-Calculus Spanish I-II Spanish III –IV Exact Offerings to be Determined Services /Curricular /Co-Curricular / Extra -Curricular ( Departments, Services and Programs that are offered equally to all Small Learning Communities. These programs are not housed in any particular SLC, and maintain their current identity within the overall structure of Center Grove High School Administration  Guidance  Nurse  Music  Physical Education / Health  C-9 Special Services  Cafeteria  Media Center  Art  Auditorium  Family & Consumer Sciences A small semi-autonomous Project-Based Learning school within Center Grove High School with a 1:1 computer-to-student ratio Advanced Opportunities AP, ACP, Dual Enrollment Honors, Service Learning Internships, Externships Senior Capstone Experience Advanced Opportunities AP, ACP, Dual Enrollment Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Advanced Opportunities AP, ACP, Dual Enrollment Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Advanced Opportunities AP, ACP, Dual Enrollment Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Advanced Opportunities AP, ACP, Dual Enrollment Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Advanced Opportunities Min. 12 Hrs. College Credit Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Advanced Opportunities 60 Hrs. College Credit Service Learning Internships Senior Capstone Project Shared Programs Core Programs Focused Electives Post-Secondary & Community Center Grove High School ReDesign DRAFT ! Ongoing Initial Year Of Implementation

19 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Probable Course Enrollments Course-by-Course Model Example: English Sections 711 Students 2,800 Enrollment 34 Sections 3,200 Enrollment 39 Sections Classrooms 2,800 Enrollment 24 Classrooms 3,200 Enrollment 27 Classrooms STEM Academy 4 Sections Of English 9

20 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Summary of Spaces  Small Learning Communities New Technology High School Early College High School Business Academy S.T.E.M. Academy Humanities SLC Traditional High School  Shared Academic Areas  Program Support Areas

21 New Technology High School A small semi- autonomous project-based learning community within Center Grove High School with a 1:1 computer-to-student ratio Rochester Bartholomew Monroe Decatur IPS

22 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications New Technology H.S.: Space Needs  Uniquely identified facility Can be attached to CGHS, in a dedicated area - separated from general flow of traffic Must have its own “sense of place ”  Dedicated space for administration  Non-Traditional Classrooms (Integrated Curriculum Learning Studio) Support project-based learning Support team teaching in a technology-rich environment

23 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Larger project based Classroom/lab High Tech. Presentation Area Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications New Technology H.S.: Space Needs Integrated Curriculum Learning Studio Faculty 2 teachers 50 students 1:1 student to Computer ratio Flexible, non-traditional seating for group project work

24 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications New Technology H.S.: Space Needs Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Prin.Coun. Sec. Conf. Work Studio MW Sto. Classroom Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Science Lab Science Lab Science Prep Student Research Center Servery Network Admin. IDF Student Commons Men Women Men Women Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Integrated Curriculum Studio Student Commons Link to CGHS New Technology High School 33,660 sq. ft. 23 Teaching Stations 400 students maximum Could be organized around 2-story commons space Should have its own unique identity

25 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Early College High School Distinctive Features  Focused on serving students under-represented in higher education  Typically includes middle school program  Makes higher education more accessible and attractive by bridging the divide between high school and college  Fully integrates a student’s high school and college experiences, both intellectually and socially  Partnerships with local post-secondary institution  Students earn up to 2-years of college credit A small school within Center Grove High School focused on bridging the divide between high school and college

26 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Early College H.S.: Space Needs Early College High School 19,020 sq. ft. 16 Teaching Stations Students Many classes will be taken at the partner post-secondary institution May operate on Partnering College schedule rather than high school schedule Princ. Coun.Lia. Sec. Sto. Work Counseling Center Seminar Classroom Science Lab Science Lab Science Lab Science Prep 10 General Purpose Classrooms for Core subjects 3 Science Labs Computer Lab Classroom Computer Lab Classroom 2 Computer Classrooms Hands-on Administration Center

27 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Business Academy Distinctive Features  Program Options Academy of Finance Academy of Information Technology  Features Project-based learning in career curriculum Paid Summer internships  Partnerships Local businesses with finance &/or information technology focus A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to the fields of business and information technology

28 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Business Academy: Space Needs Classroom Chemistry Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab 2 Science Labs Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Regular Classrooms 3 English 4 Math (2) computer-based 3 Social Sciences 1 Foreign Language 11 Total Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom 7 Computer-Based Business Classrooms Princ. Coun. Sec. Sto. Conf./ Work Room SLC Administration Business Academy Summary 23,700 Net Square Feet 20 Teaching Stations Students

29 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs S.T.E.M. Academy Distinctive Features  Focus = S.T.E.M. courses  Program Option: Project Lead The Way (Engineering) Foundation Courses: Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics Specialization Courses: Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Civil Engineering & Architecture, Biotechnical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering Capstone Course: Engineering Design & Development A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

30 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications S.T.E.M. Academy: Space Needs Classroom Regular Classrooms 3 English 4 Math 3 Social Sciences 1 Foreign Language 11 Total (2) for computer instruction Classroom Computer Classroom Chemistry Lab Prep 4 Science Labs General Purpose Science Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab Physics Lab Classroom Computer Classroom Industrial Technology Multi-Purpose Lab Project Lead The Way Lab Sto. Project Lead The Way Lab Sto. Fin. Sto. Industrial Technology CADD Design Lab 2 Industrial Technology Labs 3 Project Lead the Way Labs Princ. Coun. Sec. Sto. Conf./ Work Room SLC Office STEM Academy Summary 28,860 Net Square Feet 20 Teaching Stations Students Project Lead The Way Lab

31 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Health SLC Distinctive Features  Focus = health and science courses  Partnerships (local biomedical institutions, businesses & professionals)  Program Option: Project Lead The Way (Biomedical Sciences) Foundation Courses: Principles of Biomedical Sciences, Human Body Systems, Medical Interventions Capstone Course: Science Research A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to health and biomedical related fields of interest

32 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Health SLC: Space Needs Classroom Chemistry Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab 5 Science Labs General Purpose Science Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab Classroom Regular Classrooms 3 English 4 Math (2) computer classrooms 3 Social Sciences 1 World Languages 11 Total Project Lead The Way Biomedical Lab Project Lead The Way Biomedical Lab Project Lead The Way Biomedical Lab Project Lead The Way Biomedical Lab Storage / Prep 4 Project Lead the Way Biomedical Labs Health SLC Summary 27,420 Net Square Feet 20 Teaching Stations Students Princ. Coun. Sec. Sto. Conf./ Work Room SLC Administration

33 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Humanities SLC Distinctive Features  Combination of interdisciplinary team teaching, seminars & traditional instruction  Service learning emphasis A Small Learning Community focused on enhancing exposure to the arts and humanities

34 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Humanities SLC: Space Needs Classroom Regular Classrooms 6 English 4 Math (2 computer) 4 Social Sciences 1 World Languages 15 Total Classroom Chemistry Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab 2 Science Labs Computer Classroom Technical Theater Classroom / Lab P P P Debate Tech. Director CGTV Recording Studio CGTV Control Sto. CGTV Video Editing Communications & Theater Arts Center Black Box Theater & Rehearsal Stage Large Group Instruction Storage Princ. Coun. Sec. Sto. Conf./ Work Room SLC Administration Humanities SLC Summary 33,825 Net Square Feet 19 Teaching Stations Computer Classroom

35 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Traditional High School Distinctive Features  Departmental organization through transition of CGHS to SLC’s  May evolve into another SLC  Support for all SLC programs through shared facilities  Continuation of traditional high school program, with fewer students overall A Small Learning Community focused on providing a well-rounded traditional high school learning environment

36 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Traditional H.S.: Space Needs Classroom Computer Classroom Computer Classroom Regular Classrooms: 5 English 3 Math (3) Computer Classrooms 4 Social Sciences 6 World Languages 18 Total Chemistry Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab Prep General Purpose Science Lab 3 Science Labs Classroom Computer Classroom Journalism Lab Publications Lab O O O Editing Journalism Center Greenhouse Prep Independent Research Lab Science Support Storage CG Archive Social Sciences Support Traditional High School Summary 33,541 Net Square Feet 23 Teaching Stations Princ. Coun. Sec. Sto. Conf./ Work Room SLC Administration Foreign Languages Lab Foreign Languages Lab Language Labs

37 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Shared Academic Areas Modular Staff Offices TestOO Modular Staff Offices Self Contained Essential Skills Classroom Self Contained Essential Skills Classroom T T Diet Prep Obv. OT PT Dept. Storage Sensory Special Services Support Spaces 6,423 sq. ft. Art Department 8,307 sq. ft. Basic Art Lab Sto Ceramics Lab Clay Sto Kiln Drawing Classroom Sto. Digital Photography Lab Dark Room Arts & Crafts Lab Sto. Art Dept. Office Digital Graphics Lab Clothing Lab S Foods Lab Classroom Work Room S Family & Consumer Sciences Department 3,136 sq. ft. Keystone occurs in SLC’s Off. ENL Off. Media Center Stacks & Reading Room Conf. Work Room Conf. Off. Conf. Periodicals Storage Computers Prof. Lib. Classroom Media Center 11,572 sq. ft.

38 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Shared Academic Areas Set Storage Storage M W Dr. Make Up Off. Green Room Storage Sto. Stage Lift Auditorium House Seating / Lecture Seating / Lecture Lighting Control Stage Set Shop Fine Arts Storage Auditorium & Support Spaces 26,242 sq. ft. Rm 333 Rm 160 LGI Miscellaneous Instruction 4 Large Group/Study Halls Distance Learning Student Government In-School-Suspension 9,455 sq. ft. Rm 250 STUGO I.S.S. LGI

39 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Future Expansion 10,700 sq. ft. Center Grove High School: Educational Specifications Shared Academic Areas: Music Pr Music Department Summary 27,037 Baseline Sq. Ft. 5 Teaching Stations Pr Band Sto. Off. Pr Keyboard Lab Dept. Office Conf. Concert Choir Remodel Orchestra Storage Off. Show Choir Off. Instrument Repair & Storage Pr Cost. Sto. Costume Storage Uniform Storage Uniform Repair & Support Orchestra Ensemble Orchestra Instruments Pr Concert Band Percussion Rehearsal Band Instruments Pr Office Music Library Conf. Chuck Wagon Room Dance Lab

40 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline P.E. / Health (Composite) West Gym Physical Education - Health Net Assigned Area: 98,312 sq. ft. / 9 teaching stations Vandermeer Gym Swimming Pool

41 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline P.E. / Health (Vandermeer Gym Zone) Physical Education - Health Net Assigned Area: 98,312 sq. ft. / 9 teaching stations Seminar Women’s Locker Room Men’s Locker Room Vandermeer Gym Main Floor Weight Room Balcony Sto. Storage Women’s Locker Room Men’s Locker Rm Weight Room

42 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline P.E. / Health (West Gym Zone) Health Classroom Health Classroom West Gym Wrestling Health Classroom Physical Education - Health Net Assigned Area: 98,312 sq. ft. / 9 teaching stations

43 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline + Growth P.E. / Health (New Multi-Purpose P.E. Community Center) Health Classroom Health Classroom Wrestling Health Classroom Physical Education - Health Net Assigned Area: 102,126 sq. ft. / 9 teaching stations Fitness Lab Multi-Purpose P.E. Community Center Men’s Locker Room Women’s Locker Room Storage

44 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Future 50m pool Space Needs: Baseline P.E. / Health (Natatorium Zone) Storage Pool Filtration Laundry Swimming Pool And Diving Well Men’s Locker Room Women’s Locker Room Swimming Pool And Diving Well

45 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Existing Cafeteria Cafeteria Net Assigned Area: 19,854 sq. ft. / 1 teaching station Cafeteria Serving Kitchen Prep Cool Frz. Dry Sto. Off. Kitchen Prep Dish Washing Dry Storage Loc. MW Faculty Dining

46 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline + Growth Cafeteria Scatter Serving Lines Cafeteria Net Assigned Area: 44,187 sq. ft. / 1-3 teaching stations Student Dining Student Dining Student Dining Kitchen Dish Return Dish Return Freezer Cooler Dry Storage Snack Bar Receiving / Office Lockers / Janitor Faculty Dining

47 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline + Growth Administration / Guidance / Health / AD Faculty Work Room Faculty Resource Reception Sec. Off. Work Room Sec. Off. Treas. Off Wait Conf. Off Sec. SROReg. Att. Book Store Sales Conf.Conference Work Room CCTV Storage Off.Reception Off.Sto. Off. S T Conference Work Room Athletic Director 1,187 Existing S.F. 2,335 Growth S.F. Administration 5,585 Existing S.F. 8,911 Growth S.F. GroupRes. Off. Dir. Wrk. Secretary Guidance Waiting Student Assistants Conf / Group Conf / Group Conf / Group Work Room Records Guidance Existing S.F. 3,520 + SLC’s Growth Rec. Sec. Iso MW Exam Nurse St Cot Room MW Screen School Nurse 1,533 Existing S.F. 2,105 Growth S.F.

48 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Space Needs: Baseline + Growth + SLC’s Summary Department Existing Baseline + Growth + SLC’s Area (sq. ft.) Teaching Stations Area (sq. ft.) Teaching Stations SLC’s / Core Academics109, , Other Academics149, ,29535 Program Support98, ,3210 School Corporation Spaces4, Building Support MEP, Restrooms, Storage, Housekeeping 36,8600.0See Below0.0 Net Assignable Area 399, , Allowance for Circulation & Walls143,93826%255,35833% Total543, ,000178

49 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Comparable Indiana High Schools Enrollments Square Feet per Student Plainfield High School Plainfield 361 sq. ft. / student Franklin Community High School Franklin 328 sq. ft. / student Brownsburg High School Brownsburg 284 sq. ft. / student Shelbyville High School Shelbyville 272 sq. ft. / student Avon High School Avon 258 sq. ft. / student Carmel High School Carmel 246 sq. ft. / student Center Grove High School (3200) Greenwood 241 sq. ft. / student Lebanon High School Lebanon 236 sq. ft. / student Center Grove High School (current) Greenwood 235 sq. ft. / student Valparaiso High School Valparaiso 231 sq. ft. / student Whiteland High School Whiteland 227 sq. ft. / student Fishers High School Fishers 219 sq. ft. / student Noblesville High School Noblesville 207 sq. ft. / student

50 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps Prepare Design Concepts Several Alternatives Potential Project Cost Estimates Construction Costs Project Soft Costs Financing Costs Total Project Budget Operational Cost Estimates Staffing Other Operating Costs Cafeteria Arts SLC

51 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps  April Design Concepts Construction Cost Estimates Construction Schedule Operating Costs  May Discussion Authorize Preliminary Determination Hearing  June Conduct Preliminary Determination Hearing

52 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps  Summer 2008 Refine Schematic Design IDLGF Review & Approval Begin Site Preparation Project  Fall 2008 (SLC Transition Planning Year) Design Development with Building Level Staff Budget Control Estimates & Value Engineering  Winter Complete Construction Documents Refine Budget Control Estimates & Value Engineering Agency Approvals Bidding

53 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps  Spring 2009 Begin Construction of Additions  Summer 2009 Some Remodeling of Existing Building Construction of Additions Continues  Academic Year (Roll-Out First Group SLC’s) Construction of Additions Continues  Summer 2010 Complete Construction of Critical Path Additions Extensive Remodeling of Existing Building Begins

54 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps  Academic Year (Roll-Out 2 nd Group SLC’s) Occupy Critical Path Additions Construction of Remaining Additions Continues Extensive Remodeling of Existing Building Continues  Summer 2011 Complete All Additions Extensive Remodeling of Existing Building Continues Complete Site Work  Academic Year (Roll-Out 3rd Group SLC’s) Occupy all Additions Occupy most remodeled areas Remaining remodeling completed during the year.

55 Baseline+Growth+SLC'sEd Specs Next Steps  Academic Year Transition to SLC’s Complete Construction Project Complete

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