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CMSD Master Planning. KEY POINTS  No schools to close for several years  All funding is tied to enrollment counts  The Master Plan will be reviewed.

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1 CMSD Master Planning

2 KEY POINTS  No schools to close for several years  All funding is tied to enrollment counts  The Master Plan will be reviewed and updated each year.

3 PRE ISSUE 14 (MAY 2001)  2001 CMSD student enrollment was 77,000 students  There was a drastic need to fix crumbling buildings….Plain Dealer January 23,  OSFC Classroom Facilities Assistance Program was not in effect  Issue 14 raised $335 million to repair most drastic conditions (failed boilers, failed roof and windows, repair out of service plumbing and electrical equipment.  Charter School Enrollment was 2,887 students

4 POST ISSUE 14 PASSAGE  OSFC building condition assessments were completed January 2002  CMSD/OSFC Master Plan was agreed to May 2002  Master Plan enrollment multiplier was 72,500 based on 2005/2006 projections  In 2004, the build out year was changed from 2005 to 2015/16 state-wide  Cleveland Charter School enrollment grew to 19,000 in 2007  State-wide urban enrollment demographics are triggering declines  Inflation factors have increased the cost of building schools

5 Critical District Master Planning Objectives  Strive to retain public school infrastructure to accommodate students returning to CMSD  Requires that the current tax rate for the Project be maintained (no increase in the tax rate is anticipated)  Maximize number of neighborhood schools with attention on Academic Neighborhoods (defined as individual High School catchment areas)  Overwhelming percentage of K-8 students (at least 95%) to walk less than 1 mile along safe route to a new, renovated or maintained school  Create future flexibility for possible grade configuration changes with at least one large K-8 in each academic neighborhood  Right size schools for the expected population with options to respond to both greater or lesser than expected enrollment in  Strive for 1 geo-thermal heating system per academic neighborhood and design to LEED (Leadership In Energy & Environmental Design) Objectives.  All schools will have Pre Kindergarten space  Provide for a 20:1 Student to Teacher ratio grades Pre-K thru Grade 3

6 Critical District Master Planning Objectives – cont.  No Schools to close for several years  Schools not receiving OSFC dollars will be maintained by the District  If enrollment grows, other schools can be added to the State co-funded construction program  Master Plan can be adjusted to changing enrollment or academic program information  Maintain all comprehensive High Schools  Focus on City-wide draw High Schools (Max Hayes and Cleveland School of Arts in Segment 5 with design beginning fall 2007)  CMSD stakeholders can help by:  Listening & understanding Master Plan information  Communicating concerns in a constructive manner  Working constructively to relocate during construction  Help in growing enrollment

7 Decision Factors Enrollment Data CMSD Factors Regulations or Regulatory Policy Factors Facility Assessment Factors Funding Factors Constructability Factors

8 Enrollment Data   Live Birth Data   District Enrollment Statistics   Community School Enrollment   Changes in Program Offerings   Change in Grade Configuration   Zoning Changes   Planned but not Built Housing   Open Enrollment Impact on One School to Another   Housing Activity   Boundary Adjustments   Pre-school Programs   Employment Shifts   Magnet/Charter/Private School - Opening or Closure

9 CMSD Factors   Neighborhood Student Enrollment   Academic Performance   Special Education Requirements   Safety & Security Requirements   Safe Walking Routes   Nearby Schools & Special Programs   Community Engagement Feedback   Community Use Plans   External Assistance Opportunities   Consequence to future administrations  Current Building Capacity  Building Conditions  Legal Obligations NCLB & IDEA*  Labor Contract Obligations  School Distance  Student Transportation Needs  Strategic Planning Goals & Objectives  Cost Management  Swing Space Availability & User Acceptance  LFI Impact  Option School Expansion  Opportunity for Partnering with Other Organizations * NCLB - No Child Left Behind * IDEA - Individual with Disabilities Education Act

10 Regulations or Regulatory Policy Factors   Ohio Revised Code   Ohio School Design Manual   Ohio Basic Building Code   City of Cleveland Planning Commission   OSFC Career Technical Supplement   OSFC Policies   City of Cleveland Building Codes

11 Facility Assessment Factors   OSFC 2/3rds rule   City Landmarking of Buildings   OSFC 350 Rule   Facility Condition Index & Learning Environment Ratings

12 Funding Factors   Construction Cost Determination   Regional Cost Trends   Determination of District Share   Project Cash Flow   Real Estate Acquisition Costs   Renovation Cost Determination   Construction Budget   District Funding Sources (Bonds, Donations)   Facility Condition Index   Availability of Local Funds

13 Constructability Factors   Greenfield or Brownfield Site   Neighborhood Infrastructure   Construction Market Conditions   Available Construction Capacity   Winter Conditions   Topography issues   Acreage Size to Support Total School Operations   Construction Footprint Space Availability   Real Estate Availability & Acquisition Timing   Previous Construction Decisions   Opening Timing (new schools and swing sites)   Water, Electricity, Gas, Drainage Availability

14 Enrollment Projections  High School  Handout  K-8  Handout


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