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1 Anne Arundel County Public Schools Strategic Facilities Utilization Master Plan MGT of America, Inc. March 24 & 26, 2015

2 INTRODUCTIONS MGT of America, Inc. o National experience working with large school district with complex needs o Professional educational facilities experts o Prepared previous plan in o Introductions o Project Scope o Facility Planning Process o Large Group Survey o Small Group Discussions AGENDA

3 FACILITY PLANNING PROCESS Steps for a Successful Plan

4 Quantitative and Qualitative DATA COLLECTION o Demographics/Enrollments o Capacity /Utilization o Facility assessments o Budget development

5 CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION SAMPLE SCHOOL MGT CAPACITY 2013 MGT UTILIZATION MGT PROJECTED UTILIZATION MGT PROJECTED UTILIZATION Carrolltowne496108%95%89% Charles Carroll28296% 86% Cranberry Station52094%85%83% Ebb Valley54293%84%80% Eldersburg52194%88% Elmer Wolfe390101%90%89% Freedom474104%99%101% Friendship Valley501102%86%84% Hampstead48373%77%78% Linton Springs65196%92%90% Manchester60795%97%94% Mt. Airy50398%86%88% Parr's Ridge47495%86%89% Piney Ridge498123%114%111% Robert Moton52576%65%71% Runnymede56192%89% Sandymount45698%90% Spring Garden57393%80%82% Taneytown45596%92%87% Westminster54294%87%90% Winfield66483%75%81% ES TOTALS11,77896%88% UTILIZATIONCATEGORY Elementary Schools >105%Inadequate 101% to 105%Approaching Inadequate 85% to 100.9%Adequate 75% to 84.9%Approaching Inefficient <75%Inefficient

6 PROJECTED UTILIZATION Sample of Lincoln Public Schools Whether it is utilizing the available space or planning for future capital development, the foundation for educational facilities must ensure that the current and future needs of the student are met.

7 Scoring System Samples FACILITY ASSESSMENT o Site Condition o Building Condition o Educational Suitability o Technology Readiness Sample Facility Assessment Scores Site Score75 Building Score85 Educational Suitability Score63 Technology Readiness Score72 Combined Score76 BASYS ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS

8 MASTER PLAN SAMPLE RECOMMENDATION “The MGT team has the knowledge and experience to produce a plan that the School District can use as a guideline for years to come.” -Mike Kenton, Rapid City School District, Director of Support Services Douglas County School District Facilities Master Plan Valley Option C - Close One Middle School (PK-6, PK-8, 7-8, 9-12), Lake Option 2 Br 2 PK-12 Phase 1 (Years 1-3) ProjectBudget Actual Renovate Piñon Hills ES, addition for capacity$3,979,000 Renovate CC Meneley ES, addition for capacity, adjust boundary (+100 students)$3,881,000 Renovate Gardnerville ES, addition for capacity, adjust boundary (-50 students)$4,155,000 Renovate Jacks Valley ES, addition for capacity$4,290,600 Phase 1 Total$16,305,600 Phase 2 (Years 4-6) ProjectBudget Actual Renovate Douglas HS, convert to 9-12, addition for capacity$22,976,200 *Renovate middle school (-120 students)$1,033,000** Convert one ES to PK-8, addition for capacity (+120 students) $2,850,000 Phase 2 Total28,293,800 Phase 3 (Years 7-10) Budget Actual Renovate George Whittell HS to PK-12$1,926,100 Renovate Scarselli ES, addition for capacity, adjust boundary (+46 students)$1,902,000 Phase 3 Total$3,828,100 Grand Total$46,992,900 Total with Inflationary Factor 5% annually$57,913,000 *Remaining MS (PWL/CVMS) based on higher level assessment, cost estimate shown is for Pau-Wa-Lu **Estimate based on Pau-Wa-Lu MS

9 PROJECTED TIMELINE Interactive Display TASKS FEBRUARYMARCHAPRILMAYJUNEJULYAUGUST PROJECT INITATION 2.0 DEVELOP FACILITIES & SITE INVENTORY 3.0 EDUCATIONAL REVIEW & PROGRAMMATIC PRIORITIES 4.0 CONDUCT FACILITIES ASSESSMENTS 5.0 ANALYSIS OF SCHOOL & COMMUNITY DEMOGRAPHICS 6.0 ANALYSIS OF CAPACITY & UTILIZATION 7.0 PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT & COMMUNITY COLLABORATION 8.0 DEVELOP STANDARDS FOR RANKING BUILDING NEEDS 9.0 BUDGET ESTIMATES 10.0 DEVELOP MASTER PLAN SCENARIOS & BUDGETS 11.0 PREPARATION & PRESENTATION OF FINAL FACILITIES MASTER PLAN

10 THANK YOU ON BEHALF OF MGT

11 PROJECT SCOPE Key Goals  Educational goals and programs  Community engagement to establish needs and priorities  Demographic Analysis to project demand for facilities and services  Facility capacity needs  School/class size review  Facility infrastructure needs  Long-range planning scenarios FOCUS ON AACPS’s GOALS CONSISTENCY FLEXIBILITY FOR UNFORESEEN CONDITIONS ACCURACY

12 EDUCATIONAL GOALS o Review current educational programs o Review instructional delivery models o Current and future use of IT o Seek stakeholder engagement EDUCATIONAL GOALS INCLUDE: Program Drives the Facility Plan

13 PHILOSOPHY AND APPROACH How to be Effective with School District Facility Planning FOCUS ON DISTRICT GOALS USE RELEVANT DATA TO CREATE THE PLAN USE POWERFUL TOOLS ENGAGE THE COMMUNITY o Start with a clear work plan o Define standards for assessments o Gather and organize data o Communicate internally and externally o Create a viable long-range plan

14 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT PROCESS Interactive Process SAMPLE GRAPHICAL RESULT OF AUDIENCE RESPONSE SAMPLE CHARRETTES PRESENTATION Charrettes Presentation Clickers Small Group Discussion Public Input for Master Plan

15 BASYS® FACILITY ASSESSMENT SOFTWARE o Proven software used nationally o Standards based scoring system o Accessible online reporting BASYS ASSESSMENT SOFTWARE Assessing a school's condition, educational adequacy, and technology readiness are critical components of an educational facility plan. BASYS® assessment software is calibrated to your district's facility standards, educational programs, and space requirements.

16 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMNENT STRATEGY Being Inclusive COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT o Provide information o Learn from internal community o Listen to external community o Provide multiple opportunities and tools o Engage o Interactive process o Real-time stakeholder feedback o Online surveys with 24- hour access MGT’s brand of excellence

17 ESTABLISHING PRIORITIES SAMPLE MATRIX Based on Established Cut Points SCHOOL NAME ACREAGE CONDITION SCORE EDUCATIONAL SUITABILITY SCORE TECH READINESS SCORE GROUNDS SCORE COMBINED SCORE ENROLLMENTCAPACITYUITLIZATION CURRENT (2009) PROJECTED (2019) CC Meneley Elementary School % Gardnerville Elementary School % Gene L. Scarselli Elementary School % Jacks Valley Elementary School % Minden Elementary School % Pinon Hills Elementary School % Carson Valley Middle School % Pau-Wa-Lu Middle School % Douglas High School ,3731,3341,34399% Total/Average ,9076,2256,202100%

18 COMMUNICATING THE PLAN Interactive Display


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