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1 FACILITY PLANNING October 1, :00 PM – Raymond School Tour 6:30 PM – Interactive Workshop Raymond Community Workshop

2 Raymond School Mission Raymond School District is dedicated to providing a child-centered learning environment expecting all students to learn and succeed. We commit to providing and utilizing a progressive, relevant curriculum, encouraging all students to become responsible citizens prepared to meet the challenges of the future. 2 partnership

3 Agenda 3 ● Welcome ̶Dawn Peterson, School Board President ● Informational Presentation 30 min ̶Joe Dawidziak, District Administrator ̶Questions & Answers ● Table Questions & Discussion60 min ● Next Steps15 min

4 Partnerships 4 ● Raymond School District ● Raymond Community ● Professional Expertise ̶Eppstein Uhen Architects Fredericksen Engineering Muermann Engineering ̶Miron Construction ̶Robert W. Baird & Co. ̶School Perceptions ̶Applied Population Lab

5 Raymond School:

6 Facility Planning Timeline East Cape, Raymond, DeRemer Schools consolidate, forming Raymond School District 1961 Raymond School constructed 1963 Raymond School addition 1966 Raymond School addition 2007 Conceptual planning begins 2009 (Jan-May) Master Plan Committee develops Phase I and Phase II options 2003 May Failed Referendum Temporary portable classrooms added School Board halts planning 2002 (Sept/Nov) 2 Failed Referenda 2004 April Referendum Passed

7 2009 Master Plan Committee Work 7 ● Phase I (2009 recommendation) ̶New gym and locker rooms ̶Removal of temporary classrooms; new library and band room ̶Renovation/relocation of science and music classrooms ̶New secure main entrance and reception office ● Future Phase (2009 recommendation) ̶Long-term, multi-phased construction to include final build out for new Raymond School

8 2009 Master Plan Committee Work 8 ● Outcome ̶School Board decision to hold on project exploration due to economic factors in 2009

9 Facility Planning Timeline East Cape, Raymond, DeRemer formally consolidate to create Raymond School District 1961 Raymond School Constructed 1963 Raymond School Addition 1966 Raymond School Addition January 2013 School Board surveys community on facility needs June 2013 Facility Assessment October 1, 2013 Community Workshop on Facility Planning November 2013 Community Survey on Facility Options April 2014 or November 2014 Potential Referendum 2002 (Sept/Nov) 2 Failed Referenda 2007 Conceptual planning begins 2003 May Failed Referendum Temporary portable classrooms added 2004 April Referendum Passed 2009 (Jan-May) Master Plan Committee develops Phase I and Phase II options School Board halts planning

10 School Board – Facility Vision 10 ● Raymond School District is committed to preparing all students to learn and succeed in the future by providing a nurturing educational environment that is: ● Safe, secure, healthy and accessible for all students and the community; ● Well-maintained with energy and cost efficiency; ● Flexible, easily adapting to meet the evolving needs of students and community by providing multi-purpose, active learning areas.

11 What is a Facility Study? 11 ● Objective analysis of present conditions and capabilities of Raymond School building and site ● Comprehensive assessment ̶Site and building data: site and building size, building capacity and space utilization ̶Building exterior: roof, walls, windows, doors ̶Infrastructure systems assessment: mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire and safety ̶Americans with Disabilities Act compliance (ADA)

12 Raymond Facility Study 12 ● Key Findings: ̶Aging building and major systems are inefficient and costly to maintain, some have failed ̶Temporary portable classrooms and inflexible space to support instruction and teaching models for students and staff ̶Inadequate multi-purpose space (e.g., gym, cafeteria and/or performance space) for student and community use ̶Lack of secure main entry and controlled access to building for community use

13 Aging Building Systems 13 ● Site drainage ● Roof patching

14 Aging Building Systems 14 ● Sanitary waste piping below floors requires replacement ● Representative image on right illustrates the work required to replace sanitary piping below the building.

15 Aging Building Systems 15 ● Inefficient single-pane windows ● Inefficient building exterior ● Doors and windows not weather-tight

16 Aging Building Systems 16 ● Leaking water pipes damaging wood roof joists ● Failing wood roof joists

17 Educational Deficiencies 17 ● Lack of dedicated space for cafeteria service line, impacting space for physical education instruction ● Inadequately sized competition gym

18 Educational Deficiencies 18 ● Temporary portable classrooms installed in 2003 ● Lack of daylight, appropriate instructional space and acoustics

19 Safety and Security 19 ● Lack secure main entry with visual sight lines and controlled access to building interior ● Recommended secure main entry

20 Question & Answer 20 (10 Minutes)

21 Three rounds of questions Moving between #2 and #3 Table leader’s role Reporting to large group Interactive Table Discussion 21

22 Interactive Table Discussion - #1 22 ● What are your initial thoughts about the findings from the facility study? ● Did anything surprise you? ● Are there other issues that were not specifically identified?

23 Interactive Table Discussion - #2 23 ● What solutions do you recommend that the district explore to address identified needs?

24 Lisa Voisin, Director Robert W. Baird & Co Financial Perspective 24

25 Interest Rates - Why Now? 25

26 Example Financing Scenarios 26

27 Interactive Table Discussion - #3 27 ● Based on the preliminary financial impact of any potential project, what level of financial support do you feel the community would likely support in a future referendum?

28 Example Financing Scenarios 28

29 Facility Planning - Next Steps 29 ● What are the next steps? ̶Listen and respond to community feedback ̶Establish priorities for potential project ̶Explore options ̶School Board Meeting – October 7PM Workshop Discussion Direction for Community Survey ̶Conduct community survey in November 2013 for community- wide feedback (click on Facility Planning)

30 Raymond Community! Thank You


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