Presentation on theme: "District Enrollment Projections and Facility Utilization Recommendations."— Presentation transcript:
District Enrollment Projections and Facility Utilization Recommendations
Objective To inform the Board of current enrollment trends, facility usage, and administrative recommendations for maximizing district resources.
Study Session Overview Operating principles Review District by regional area Special Education programs Signature programs Enrollment data Building capacities Board discussion/shared understanding Future work
Operating Principles All students are entitled to attend school within the District that have quality facilities as well as comparable resources and educational support opportunities. The Governing Board and administration are responsible stewards and fiscally responsible for effective utilization of facilities and resources. The Governing Board and administration need to proactively make long range plans to maximize district resources.
District Map of Regional Areas 3 Sectors (5 sections) Southwest/Central East North/Northwest
District Special Education Self - Contained Programs
Typical Elementary School Model K-827 classrooms Arts 3 classrooms Technology2 classrooms Special Ed.2 classrooms Library1 classroom Physical Ed.2 classrooms Multi-Purpose1 classroom
Typical High School Model Comprehensive Model Approximately 2000 students Academics Career and Technical Education Arts programs Athletics
Special Education Self-Contained (SC) Programs Continuum of Service Self-Contained Programs (SC) PBS, AUT, ASD, MI/MO, MD, ATC, PSD 8 elementary schools, 6 high schools 48 elementary classrooms 25 high school classrooms 418 elementary students, 271 high school students 1:8.8 elementary, 1:10.8 high school
Signature School Locations 11 Signature Programs High School International Baccalaureate – Ironwood University High – Sunrise Mountain Elementary Gifted Academy –Apache CCDI – Copperwood Arts Integration – Desert Harbor Fine Arts Academy– Foothills Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Magnet – Heritage Peoria Traditional School – located at Zuni hills Accelerated Academy – Vistancia Language Immersion – Santa Fe Leadership Academy - Canyon
Signature School Room Usage Apache9 classrooms163 stu. Copperwood 9 classrooms 221 stu. Foothills 3 classrooms195 stu. Heritage 9 classrooms193 stu. Traditional School 9 classrooms at ZH262 stu. Santa Fe8 classrooms393 stu. Canyonschool wide349 stu. Desert Harbor school wide724 stu. Vistanciaschool wide277 stu.
Enrollment Data-District High Schools 2008-2020
Percent of Education Design Capacity Elementary Schools 2008-2020 By Sector ES 2008 ES 2009 ES 2010 ES 2011 ES 2012 ES 2013 ES 2014 ES 2015 ES 2016 ES 2017 ES 2018 ES 2020 SW/C % Capacity81% 77% 78% 79% East % Capacity87%86%83%82%79% 78%77% 76% N/NW % Capacity98%84%82%81%82%81%71%74%77%82%87%98% District % Capacity87%83%80% 79% 75%76%77%79%80%84% Lake P addSunset H add
Trends/Observations Regional Growth Efficiency Challenges Maximize Facility Usage Open enrollment has impacted schools Signature School programs have impacted school enrollment
The Big 3 District wide boundary adjustments Consolidate/Merge/Repurpose schools New school construction
Status of The Big 3- District wide boundary adjustments North/Northwest elementary and high school enrollment balance Planning for Elementary 33 (Sunset Heights) Peoria Traditional School move to Coyote Hills
Status of The Big 3- Consolidate/Merge/Repurpose Sky View ASD move to Marshall Ranch and Paseo Verde Pre-School move from Marshall Ranch to Sky View as community center signature program Sunflower Center School at Canyon Elementary Peoria Transition Center move to Old Main at PHS Expansion of signature programs Apache Gifted Heritage STEM to School-Wide Primary/Middle School IB Program (in Ironwood feeder school) Replication of signature programs Language Immersion STEM
Status of The Big 3- New school construction Sunset Heights Elementary School Old Main at PHS for Peoria Transition Center
Future Work Finalize Programming Special Education Signature Schools Acquire Site and Construct New High School Boundary Review