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1 Pleasanton ISD Long-Range Master Plan for PreK-12 October 2014 Board of Trustees Meeting

2 By 2025, PISD will have a PreK-12 learning environment prepared to serve the needs of the PISD communities (in partnership with the City/County needs) for the coming decades (the life of the bond/s). Expanded PreK (8 classes/restrooms) w/traffic flow and parking New campus location for grades 2-5 (including science and outdoor learning) Renovated/Upgraded 6-8 campus (including science, CTE, extracurricular) Comprehensive College/Career 9-12 campus w/labs and extracurricular New Transportation facility Optional Maintenance facility Road Work HVAC, roofing, lighting, electrical, plumbing (existing HS/JH) Partnership w/city and county for little league (soccer, Pop Warner), performing arts, community fitness, and adult learning opportunities

3 PreK - 1 2nd-5 th 6 th -8 th Little League/ Community Fitness Potential 9 th -12 th HS College/Career Prep Center Outdoor Learning: Agriculture Barn JROTC Obstacle Course Visual Arts Practice fields – all sports Lighted Tennis Courts Band Marching Pad Indoor Practice – Fine Arts District/ Community Performances and Competition areas JH practice /community competition Coastal Bend College Partnership Old Elem

4 Agriculture facility Maintenance Facility

5 Phase I New Elementary (grades 2-5) for 1200 students………… $ 33.0  Roadwork for New Elementary…………………………………… 1.0  Primary traffic flow/road/parking/walkways………………. 1.0  Existing HS restroom renovations……………………………… *  Existing HS corridor/and lighting (1/2) …………………………… 2.3 *  Agriculture Science lab/barn (road access)…………………. 1.0  HVAC/Roofing(HS)……………………………………………………… *  Capital Projects (needs assessment)……………………………  FFE, 3% inflation potential……………………………………………. 8.9  Total = 51.0m 2018 Review/Planning Completion * Remove for lower Phase I; OR replace items from Phase II (Primary rooms) if preferred

6 Phase II  New Transportation Facility……………………………………… 1.0  Primary expansion completed………………………………… *  Remaining corridor renovations………………….…………… 1.3  FFE, 3% increase……………………………………………………… Total = 7.62m *Could move forward to Phase I if preferred over *d items currently in Phase I Review/Planning

7 Phase III  New Comprehensive College/Career High School  CTE Natural Energy Resources (Water/Land Management, Oil/ Gas and Alternative Fuels, Construction Trades, Aquatic / Environmental Sciences, Horticulture, Animal Science)  CTE Business/Technology (Engineering, Web and Video Design, Small Business Mgmnt, Finance/Banking, Business Software Systems)  CTE Health/Human Services (Certified nursing, lab/pharmacy techs, Police/ Fire/Military service, Child Dev/Teacher Prep, Medical software/mgmnt)  Practice facilities for all extracurricular sports and fine arts  College Prep Study/Virtual Learning  Total = $ Review/Planning completion

8 Academic Excellence Workforce Ready New HS Diploma Plan (HB 5) Career Pathway Focus Natural Energy Resources Health/Human Services Business/Technology Certifications/College Credit Small business management Welding Levels I and II Petroleum Production Web Design/ IT fields Certified Nursing ROTC (military/civic) Teacher Prep (TA II Cert) (College and Career Readiness)

9 Phase I- $45 million$.357 (10 year repayment/2025) (51.4 million).053 with existing debt.09 (accelerate and pay off) Phase II- $ 7.62 million$.07 with existing debt/Phase I (over debt ceiling) Phase III- $78 million (?)*$.50 (repayment TBD - 20 yrs) In 2025 all of Phase I, II, and III would be complete. Phase I and II would be paid in full Phase III would have a remaining years. * Demolition of PIC/Metal Bldgs/Traffic Flow for Middle School TBD Phase I & II $ 58.6m 10 yr / DEBT STRUCTURE for maximum 10 YEAR Bond Debt ($51 million maximum capacity)

10 By 2025, PISD will have a PreK-12 learning environment prepared to serve the needs of the PISD communities (in partnership with the City/County needs) for the coming decades (the life of the bond/s). Expanded PreK (8 classes/restrooms) w/traffic flow and parking New campus location for grades 2-5 (including science and outdoor learning) Renovated/Upgraded 6-8 campus (including science, CTE, extracurricular) Comprehensive College/Career 9-12 campus w/labs and extracurricular New Transportation facility Optional Maintenance facility Road Work HVAC, roofing, lighting, electrical, plumbing (existing HS/JH) Partnership w/city and county for little league (soccer, Pop Warner), performing arts, community fitness, and adult learning opportunities


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