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1 Joint Meeting between Orange County School Board and Board of County Commissioners April 30, 2013

2 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

3 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

4 PS5.1.3The Board of County Commissioners and the Orange County School Board shall meet annually and publicly to review and discuss the Public Schools Facilities Element and other issues of mutual concern. Purpose

5 Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

6 On-Going Coordination Orange County: Joint Uses –Recreation Facilities Debris Sites –Temporary Storm Debris Sites –5 vacant school sites Collaboration on Community Sustainability Plan Development

7 On-Going Coordination Environmental Protection Division (EPD) –Envision Sustainability Calendar Art Contest –Virtual School Partnership for Service Hours –Enviroscape ® Presentations –Wateratlas Curriculum Workshop for Teachers –Asbestos assistance

8 On-Going Coordination Orange County History Center –History Teacher Training –Onsite and Outreach Programs –Outreach and programs students served: 37,849 –Teachers served with Teacher Training: 555 Neighborhood Center for Families (NCFs) –Six co-located Sites –Health and Social Services Head Start Sites –Six Elementary School locations –286 Students After School Zone (ASZ) –14,160 youth served 2011-12

9 On-Going Coordination GED Program –Hal Marston Center Computing, Hosting and Support Agreement –Access to County-wide System Infrastructure Great Oaks Village Shelter –Instructional Support Youth Leadership Conference –Student Leaders from High Schools –216 Attendees

10 On-Going Coordination Land Use/CIP Committees Quarterly CIP Meetings Interlocal Planners Committee OCPS Advanced Planning DRC & Planning and Zoning Commission School Impact Fee Advisory Committee Joint Parks and Recreation Committee Student Pedestrian Safety Committee

11 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

12 Growth Update/New School Construction/Openings Julie Salvo Updates

13 Traditional Schools: Historical Enrollment & 10 Year Projections

14 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS Total Population Growth: 30,990 Where are they coming from? Total Population Growth, Orange County, FL July 2011-July 2012

15 Net Domestic In- Migration: 13,110 Where are they coming from? Domestic In-Migration, Orange County, FL July 2011-July 2012 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS

16 Net International In-Migration: 9,782 Where are they coming from? International In-Migration, Orange County, FL July 2011-July 2012 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS

17 1 2 3 5 4 7 6 Where are they going?

18 1 2 3 5 4 7 6

19 10-Year Growth: Elementary

20 10-Year Growth: Middle

21 10-Year Growth: High

22 Renovation/Replacement Program and K-8 John Morris Updates

23 Access District-Wide Capital Needs –Validate scope of remaining sales tax program –Establish Capital Needs for all other facilities Renovation/Replacement for Pre-2003 Sales Tax Program Capital Renewal for Completed Facilities since 2003 Forecast of Future Relief Schools Establish process to maintain database Establish process for Program annual updates Identify revenue for unfunded Capital Needs Updates Renovation/Replacement Program Facilities Condition Assessment Objectives

24 Updates Renovation/Replacement Program Schools in Planning (FY 14-15)

25 Updates Renovation/Replacement Program Schools in Design

26 Updates Renovation/Replacement Program Schools in Construction

27 Updates Renovation/Replacement Program Schools in Closeout

28 Optimal Size: 900 to 1200 Certification and Training of Teachers –Equivalent to requirements for elementary and middle school teachers –Higher attendance rates –Lower levels of discipline Updates K-8 Schools

29 Scenarios –Small School Solution –Geographic Solution –Temporary Growth Solution Updates K-8 Schools

30 Old Audubon Park Area Parramore Area Pershing/Pine Castle Area Wedgefield Area Lake Como/Kaley Area Updates Possible K-8s

31 Transformation to Digital Curriculum Michael Eugene Updates

32 Goals Leadership: Scalable digital implementation model Curriculum: 75% of all centralized core curriculum digital (Ahead of the 50% requirement) Instruction: Use of high yield instructional practices to promote student College and Career Readiness Assessment: Readiness for PARCC rigor and requirements Accountability for Professional Learning: District-wide blended professional learning modules Updates OCPS Transformation to Digital Curriculum

33 Approach The Digital Program Package –Teaching: Laptop/presentation, Projection, Audio –Learning: Students devices: Class sets and take home tablets and laptops –Infrastructure: Wireless, servers, ports, electrical, design 7 Pilot Schools –Ocoee High School –Middle Schools: Corner Lake, Hunters Creek and Liberty –Elementary Schools: Millennia, Pinewood and Wetherbee Financial Projections –$10.8 million General Fund (potential $4M state categorical) –$2.6 million Capital Renewal Updates OCPS Transformation to Digital Curriculum

34 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

35 School Overcrowding Charter Amendment Vivien Monaco Successes

36 Charter Amendment –Section 704 B. 2. (Allows county-wide ordinance requiring county and municipal approval of zoning or comprehensive-plan amendments affecting overcrowded public schools) –Approved in county-wide vote by almost 74% in 2004 –Charter amendment required to be re- submitted to voters for approval in 2012 general election –Approved by almost 66% in 2012 Successes

37 CEA & Concurrency Update –Nearly 300 CEAs executed since 2000 –Concurrency Mitigation Agreements (CMA) Two executed in County Four are in progress Successes

38 Evans Community School Update Dr. Patricia Fritzler Successes

39 EVANS COMMUNITY SCHOOL Purpose/Goals Provide a safe, positive environment for students, parents and community members Increase parents involvement in their childrens education Prepare students to graduate with plans for continued education and/or career training Empower students and their families to succeed Increase student attendance Successes

40 Components of Evans Community School Extended Day Student Opportunities –Tutoring –STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) –Arts and Cultural Programs –Character Education Evening Community Classes –ESOL –GED –Trainings –Parent Resource Clinics Successes

41 Student Health and Wellness Services –School Clinic –Counseling & Mentoring –Support Groups –Physicals & Comprehensive Assessments –Fitness Classes –Service Linkage Nutrition –Food Pantry –Food Packs –Holiday Food Giveaway –Nutrition Education & Guidance –Snack Cabinet (after school snacks) Successes

42 Pine Hills Redevelopment Update Lavon Williams Successes

43 Redevelopment Safe Neighborhood Program Crime prevention and safety Off Duty Deputies Target Areas: –Pine Castle- Lee Road –Tildenville- South Apopka –S. Goldenrod- Orlo Vista –S. OBT/Holden Heights –Azalea Park- Pine Hills

44 Pine Hills Neighborhood Improvement District Economic Development –Improve the commercial areas along Pine Hills Road and Silver Star Road –Engage capital projects to approve the appearance of the area and develop a town center Crime Prevention Rebrand Pine Hills image Successes

45 Business Assistance for Neighborhood Corridors (BANC) Pilot Program Pine Hills Rd and Semoran Blvd Financial incentives for redevelopment Façade Grants Successes

46 Emerald Villas Apartment units across the street from new Evans High School High vacancy rate 70% High crime rate Project needed major rehabilitation/ redeveloping County acquired in June 2010 Reduced from 444 units to 264 Successes

47 New club house a major focal point for the complex.

48 Oak Ridge High School Dr. James Lawson Successes

49 The JA Academy at Oak Ridge High School A Magnet School for Leadership & Entrepreneurship Goals Understand the importance of growing the economy and develop new ways to use knowledge as a source of production and a resource for preserving our environment Develop ethical, principle-centered, and transforming leadership knowledge and skills necessary for business and entrepreneurial success

50 Successes Components of the JA Academy Design, implementation, and integration of curriculum Incorporation of free market economy and business related experiences in the curriculum Business and professional mentors Paid and Unpaid Internships College Visits Job Shadowing Capstone Project: The development of a defendable business plan

51 Wraparound Orange Donna Wyche Successes

52 Wraparound Orange and OCPS collaboration The Childrens Mental Health Initiative, Wraparound Orange and OCPS collaborate to offer the best possible services and supports to meet the needs of children with a mental health disorder and their families in our community. Successes

53 Wraparound Orange and OCPS collaboration Participation in joint trainings and community outreach events Sharing of resources OCPS and Wraparound Partners and providers cross train for smoother service provision and access Expansion of family and youth voice in the school system Successes

54 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

55 Charter Schools John Palmerini Issues

56 What are Charter Schools? Charter schools are considered part of the public school system in the state of Florida. (§ 1002.33(1), Fl. Stats.: All charter schools in Florida are public schools. Charter schools are operated by the governing board of a not-for-profit corporation established for the purpose of operating a charter school. (§1002.33(12)(i), Fl. Stats.)

57 Issues Charter School approval process A charter applicant submits an application by August 1 The School Board has 60 days to vote on the charter application unless extended by mutual agreement If the School Board approves an application, the parties enter a charter contract negotiation phase. The School Board must present a proposed contract to the charter applicant within 60 days of Board approval of the application. The parties then have 75 days after the charter contract is presented to negotiate the charter contract

58 Issues Land Use The first time a location and facility for a charter school must be identified by the charter applicant is in the charter contract. §1002.33(7)(b)(1)(13), Fl. Stats. The charter school does not need a facility and location to submit an application to the School Board to open a charter school. A proper rezoning of a proposed school site is not a prerequisite for charter application approval.

59 Issues Facility requirements for charters Startup charters must comply with the Florida Building Code, but startup charters do not have to comply with the State Requirements for Educational Facilities (SREF) (§1002.33(18)(a), Fl. Stats.) Conversion charter schools (public schools changed to charter schools) have to comply with SREF Facilities must comply with the Florida Fire Prevention Code as adopted by the jurisdiction in which the charter is located. (§1002.33(18)(b), Fl. Stats.)

60 Issues The local governing authority shall not adopt or impose any local building requirements or site-development restrictions, such as parking and site-size criteria, that are addressed by and more stringent than those found in the State Requirements for Educational Facilities of the Florida Building Code. (§1002.33(18)(a), Fl. Stats.)

61 Issues Beginning July 1, 2011, a local governing authority must treat charter schools equitably in comparison to similar requirements, restrictions, and processes imposed upon public schools that are not charter schools. (§1002.33(18)(a), Fl. Stats.)

62 Issues Impact Fees Charters can be created specifically to mitigate the educational impact created by new development. (§1002.33(18)(f), Fl. Stats.) If a charter is so created, some or all of the educational impact fees required to be paid in connection with the new residential dwelling units may be designated instead for the construction of the charter school facilities that will mitigate the student station impact. Such facility must comply with SREF.

63 Philanthropic Strategic Plan Debi Pedraza Issues

64 Philanthropic Strategic Plan: Ensure All Children Are Ready to Learn Full-Day Prekindergarten Licensed Nurses in Every School Improve Academic Achievement Literacy Tutoring for At-Risk Students Read2Succeed and Middle School Morning Book Clubs Access to STEM Bridging the Digital Divide Ensure Graduation City Year Orlando Suspension Centers

65 Issues Suspension Centers Initiative: Eight centers providing interventions to help students better handle situations that cause suspension or truancy –Improve behavior and achievement –Decrease juvenile crime Current Partners: Keeping Up and Youth Central Budget: $ 1,245,952 per year for eight sites $ 155,744 per year for one site

66 Issues Suspension Centers

67 Questions?

68 Purpose Ongoing Coordination Updates Successes Issues Discussion Presentation Outline

69 Open Discussion

70 Joint Meeting between Orange County School Board and Board of County Commissioners April 30, 2013


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