Presentation on theme: "1 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Information Session Spring 2007."— Presentation transcript:
1 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Information Session Spring 2007
2 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Table 1: TCDSB School Use Number of School Buildings Available Pupil Places 2005-2006 Occupied Pupil Places 2005-2006 Utilization Rate 2005-2006 Elementary Schools 171 65276.059077.890.5% Secondary Schools 322826928486.2100.8%
3 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Capacity and Utilization The trend for the Toronto Catholic District School Board has been declining numbers in student enrolment The decline results in an increase of surplus space in schools that have more capacity than is required for the number of students enrolled In 2000/2001, 14 of our elementary schools were below 60% with none being below 60% in our secondary schools In 2005/2006, 156 of our elementary schools were above 60% capacity and 15 were at or below 60% capacity In 2005/2006, 30 of our secondary schools were above 60% capacity and 2 were at or below 60% capacity
6 Table 2: TCDSB Elementary School Utilization Rates Year Number of Schools
7 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Table 3: TCDSB Secondary School Utilization Rates Number of Schools Year
8 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Enrolment Information Since 1998-1999, the elementary enrolment has declined by approximately 9% or 6,021 students and the secondary enrolment has also declined by approximately 9% or 2,945 students Over the next 10 years, the elementary enrolment is projected to decline by less than 1% and the secondary enrolment is projected to decline by a further 6% The next two slides demonstrate the enrolment projections for each panel over the next 10 years
11 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Table 4: Enrolment Decline
12 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Major factors contributing to this decline are: –Decline in the preschool aged population –Long term trend of women waiting longer to have children –Decline in the Birth Rate (# of births/1,000 people in the population) –Decline in Fertility Rate (Estimates the average number of children women aged 15 – 49 will have in their lifetime) –Change in the immigration patterns (immigration from traditionally non-Catholic countries) –Increase in Private School Enrolment
13 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Private School Enrolment Elementary Private School Enrolment 1998/19991999/20002000/20012001/20022002/2003 15,84718,70320,14220,45122,116 Secondary Private School Enrolment 1998/19991999/20002000/20012001/20022002/2003 9,20810,86711,70312,95413,864
14 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Secondary Service Factor 78.9% 80.8% 84.3% 71.2% 60.0% 65.0% 70.0% 75.0% 80.0% 85.0% 1986199119962001 Census Years Service Factor Elementary Service Factor 81.4% 81.7% 79.3% 80.5% 75.0% 80.0% 85.0% 1986199119962001 Census Years Service Factor Catholic Service Factor This review was prepared in the context of the school aged population identified as Catholic and the number of students attending Catholic Schools. As you can see, the elementary and secondary service factors have decreased from 1991 to 1996.
15 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Facility Recommendations for Schools In Ward 10 Construct addition –St. Pius X (6 rooms) Potential Improvements subject to availability of funding –St. Cecilia, St. James School Accommodation Review Group ‘B’ –St. Luigi, St. Rita Future School Accommodation Review –St. Anthony, St. Sebastian Dispose of Surplus property at former St. Veronica Demolish Building ‘B’ at St. Vincent de Paul and improve site No Recommendations at this time –Holy Family, James Culnan
16 TCDSB Long Term Accommodation Plan Future Programming for Schools In Ward 10 Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton –Centre for the Arts (Cardinal Carter West), Horticulture & Landscaping St. Mary’s –International Baccalaureate, Early Childhood Education (ECE) St. Vincent de Paul –Arts Program, Early Immersion St. Pius X –Eco-School St. Helen –Full day Kindergarten
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