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1 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION The mission of the Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation is to provide an educational program that enables students to make positive contributions to society. They should be challenged to excel as responsible lifelong learners, held accountable for setting and achieving personal goals, and develop positive self-esteem

2 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Agenda 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process 2.Recap of Building Program (SCOPE) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers 5.Next Meeting

3 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process 1.1Welcome 1.2Team Introduction of Workshop Attendees 1.3CPCSC Board of School Trustees David Stephenson Howard Young Jeff Brinkman Brian Drake David Penoff

4 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process 1.4CPCSC Administration Dr. J.T. Coopman, Superintendent Mr. Steve Sonntag, Director of Business Mr. Jay Wise, Facilities and Project Manager Mr. Jim White, Director of Technology Mrs. Sondra Wooton, Principal, CPCSC Middle School Mr. Brad Arbuckle, Assistant Principal, CPCSC Middle School Mr. Jay Staley, Athletic Director, CPCSC Middle School

5 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process 1.5Consulting Team: CSO Schenkel Shultz and Educational Services Jim Schellinger, AIA – Principal John Rigsbee, AIA, LEEP ® AP – Principal/Project Manager Dr. Rosemary Rehak, LEEP ® AP – Educational Programmer/ Planner Rejan Westfall, LEEP ® AP – Project Architect Dr. Tom Grabill – President, Educational Services Dr. Donald Dyck – Consultant, Educational Services

6 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process (Continued) 1.6Project Balance…………………For The Middle School Project SCOPE (Program Requirements) QUALITY (Conceptual/ Basis of Design) COST (Basis of Budget) Project Schedule

7 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process (Continued) 1.7Pre-1028 Design Workshop Schedule Workshop No. 1:“Establishing the Need, Understanding Stakeholder Concerns/ Questions and Development of the Building Program (SCOPE)” Thursday, January 11, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Middle School Workshop No. 2:“Develop Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” Thursday, January 25, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Middle School Workshop No. 3:“Establish Basis of Budget (COST), Tax Impact and Project Timeline” Thursday, February 8, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Middle School

8 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 1.Introduction of Pre-1028 Design Workshop Process (Continued) 1.7Pre-1028 Design Workshop Schedule (Continued) Pre-1028 BoardBoard meeting to wrap-up Pre-1028 workshops and gain Meeting:consensus on the project’s scope, quality, cost and schedule. Tuesday, February 20, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Administration Building 1028 and Preliminary1028 Hearing and the Preliminary DeterminationDetermination Hearing. Hearings: Thursday, February 22, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Middle School

9 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.1 Program Summary (SCOPE)

10 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.1 Program Summary (SCOPE)

11 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.1 Program Summary (SCOPE)

12 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Table of Contents Sitework Building Structural Systems Building Exterior Building Interior Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) System Plumbing Systems Electrical Systems Technology Systems 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.2 “Basis of Design (QUALITY)” (Reviewed at Workshop No. 2)

13 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.3 Conceptual Design (QUALITY)

14 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.3 Conceptual Design (QUALITY)

15 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 2.Recap of Building Program (Scope) and Basis of Design and Conceptual Design (QUALITY)” 2.3 Conceptual Design (QUALITY)

16 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)” New Middle School

17 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION New Middle School (continued) Project Soft costs include Construction Contingency, A/E Fees, Reimbursable Expenses, Loose Fixture, Furniture and Equipment, Cost of Bond Issuance, Capitalized Interest, Land Acquisition Costs) 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)”

18 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Improvements to Existing Middle School 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)”

19 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Improvements to Existing Middle School (continued) Project Soft costs include Construction Contingency, A/E Fees, Reimbursable Expenses, Loose Fixture, Furniture and Equipment, Cost of Bond Issuance, Capitalized Interest, Land Acquisition Costs) 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)”

20 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Improvements to Existing High School 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)”

21 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION Improvements to Existing High School (continued) Project Soft costs include Construction Contingency, A/E Fees, Reimbursable Expenses, Loose Fixture, Furniture and Equipment, Cost of Bond Issuance, Capitalized Interest, Land Acquisition Costs) 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.1 “Basis of Budget (COST)”

22 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.2 Tax Impact Complex Choices Capacity for rapid enrollment growth Program priorities competing with space for enrollment growth Staff/student safety, disruption and the need for construction in transition Rapid residential growth outpacing limited bonding capacity Construction to handle future growth while trying to maintain stable debt service fund tax rate Legislative and economic development actions out of Clark-Pleasant control

23 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.2 Tax Impact $54,000,000 Lease Rental Bond, issued 2008, 25 year lease term (New MS) $ 3,000,000 Lease Rental Bond, issued 2009, 25 year lease term (9 th Gr. Center) $ 3,000,000 Lease Rental Bond, issued 2010, 25 year lease term (HS Improve.) $60,000,000 Total Lease Rental Bonds Proposed Assessed Valuation – used 7% annual increase except in 2007; 3% used to account for elimination of inventory tax Bond Interest Rates – today’s rate approx. 4 ½%; used 5 ½% estimated for 2008 issue, used 5.75% for 2009 issue and 6.0% for 2010 issue. Proposed Finance Plan and Assumptions

24 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.2 Tax Impact

25 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.2 Tax Impact

26 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 3.Workshop No. 3: “Establish Basis of Budget (COST) and Tax Impact” 3.2 Tax Impact

27 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Why does renovating CPMS into 9 th grade center cost $5 million? The initial budget projection in the Taskforce Report was $5 million; however, the scope of the work required has been refined during the Pre-1028 planning process and was reviewed in Workshop No. 3. It is estimated that the total project cost for the 9 th grade center will be $3 million.  Projections of tax rates into 2016? The projected tax impact for the middle school, 9 th grade center and high school improvements was reviewed in Workshop No. 3. The tax impact charts can be reviewed in the powerpoint that is on the CPCSC website.

28 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Franklin Comm. High School came in over budget... How are we going to put in restrictions on building projects? Who watches over our building projects costs? Why can’t local community builders receive the bids? Mr. Jay Wise of the CPCSC oversees all building projects. The key to containing project costs is to properly define the project’s Scope, Quality and Cost upfront. Detailed estimates are then required at the completion of Schematic Design, Design Development and Construction Document phases. CPCSC has had a successful history of completing projects on time and on budget. Local builders are eligible to bid on CPCSC projects but must follow public bidding requirements.

29 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What is the timeframe/plan for Pleasant Crossing Elementary? Pleasant Crossing Elementary School is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2007; however, will need to utilize some portable learning labs initially until the final phase of construction is completed.  What is the interest rate for the $55 million needed for the Middle School? Today the interest rate would be 4.5%; however, since the project will not be bid for over a year, a 5.5% interest rate has been used in the financial projections to allow for rate increases.  Is the interest rate the same for new construction vs. renovation? The interest rate is the same for new construction and renovation.

30 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Were the temporary classrooms acceptable to taskforce? Outdoor learning labs are never the first choice for any school district or taskforce; however, utilizing outdoor learning labs was and is inevitable to address the growth in CPCSC.  What about placing the school’s offices in the temporary classrooms? Placing administrative offices in outdoor learning labs was considered but not recommended due to the limited area being designated for administration vs. classrooms, the desire to minimize reconstruction and the cost associated with same in a new building and due to the fact that the outdoor learning labs are designed as classrooms and are not conducive to administration needs. There is also a significant security concern with having the administration zone remotely located.

31 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Will the enrollment plateau in 10 years or continue to climb? Enrollment is expected to increase significantly over the next 10 years and beyond. However, CPCSC recommends that a demographic study be completed every two years to insure that CPCSC is working from the most current enrollment projections.  How many acres does the school own and where? Room for athletic fields? The site for the proposed Middle School is located at Worthsville Road east of Intermediate School and consists of approximately 94 acres. There is more than enough room for the required athletic fields.

32 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Have the school and City of Greenwood had conversations? T.I.F.? The City of Greenwood will continue to encourage development and, as such, is expected to have T.I.F.’s. Historically, the City of Greenwood has not communicated its development plans or initiatives to CPCSC.  Taskforce did good job... Not a parent but biggest request is family can’t get high speed internet... What’s best way to be involved? The best way to get involved is to be a regular attendee at the Pre-1028 planning workshops and at future Board meetings. Continually reviewing the CPCSC website is also a way to stay involved and connected.

33 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What is offered at the Education & Community Center? Public meeting space for small and large group meetings is available at the Education and Community Center.  Build conservative buildings in the future... Mentioned staircase at WCHS. CPCSC is committed to quality school facilities and believes the community is supportive of this. CPCSC is also committed to “responsible design” and does not endorse overbuilding or educational facilities with costly amenities that do not contribute to student acheivement.

34 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  How prepared are we to handle full day Kindergarten? CPCSC is waiting on the outcome from the General Assembly relative to the potential impact and timing of full day Kindergarten. Sawmill Woods could become a Kindergarten center if needed; however, all options will be studied.  Transportation – CPMS student issue... Early time to catch bus. The CPCSC redistricting committee is looking at the time, density and distance of transportation as this drives cost. CPCSC works to limit ride time to 1 hour or less. Tiered bussing will continue and start times at schools will vary accordingly.

35 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Do the new residential developments have literature in their model homes to give to parents? This is a developer driven issue. When possible, CPCSC does provide information to developers of residential communities. The CPCSC website information is also provided to developers.  Two High Schools – smaller school size. As a taxpayer, would like to see taxes on Option A vs. Option B. The Taskforce explored the potential to have two High Schools in lieu of one; however, the Taskforce determined this was not feasible not only because of the initial expense and tax impact but, moreover, due to the operating costs of two schools. The Taskforce concluded two High Schools is not feasible.

36 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  A list of all the land CPCSC currently owns which it has not developed, and the prices paid for the owned parcels. A summary of the undeveloped land CPCSC currently owns is as follows:

37 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  All budgets and final actual expenses for any school system construction project over $100,000 since A summary of the recent construction projects is as follows. Additional information relative to the budgets and final actual expense for projects over $100,000 is available and can be reviewed by making an appointment with Mr. Jay Wise at CPCSC – Renovated Old BOD for Kindergarten Center ($2,732,150) – Renovated and Enlarged CPMS ($10,087,450) 2000 – Renovated South Hallways of Old BOD to include First Grade Classes – Renamed Sawmill Woods Elementary School ($1,126,380) 2001 – Added Bleachers to Football and Softball Fields and Constructed PE Team Building ($724,455) – Renovated and Enlarged WCHS and WES ($29,135,201)

38 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  All budgets and final actual expenses for any school system construction project over $100,000 since A summary of the recent construction projects is as follows. Additional information relative to the budgets and final actual expense for projects over $100,000 is available and can be reviewed by making an appointment with Mr. Jay Wise at CPCSC. (Continued) – Constructed Soccer Fields and Added Lights ($152,950) 2003 – Constructed APC/VO AG Greenhouse Building ($361,240) 2003 – Construct Athletic Grounds/Maintenance Building ($86,000) – Construction Intermediate School for Grades 5-6 ($14,311,439) – Add Portable Learning Labs at CES ($42,644)

39 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  All budgets and final actual expenses for any school system construction project over $100,000 since A summary of the recent construction projects is as follows. Additional information relative to the budgets and final actual expense for projects over $100,000 is available and can be reviewed by making an appointment with Mr. Jay Wise at CPCSC. (Continued) – Additions and Renovations to CES and BOD ($3,326,000) – Construction of New Operations Center ($5,929,234) – Renovations and Additions to Education and Community Center ($3,642,000) – Construction of New Elementary School ($17,054,225)

40 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Tax impact studies (if they exist) for the proposed schools/additions found in the Long Range Task Force Report presented in November, 2006 to the School Board. The tax impact for the proposed projects outlined by the Long Range Task Force were reviewed in Workshop No. 3 and are included in Workshop No. 3 power point on the CPCSC website.

41 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  The process for determining current bus routes and bus schedules, and information about each bus run (start/end/route, and usual duration of route). The process for determining the bus routes is as follows:

42 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Information on portable classrooms – which vendors provide these, and what are the prices and features of the portable classrooms. The outdoor learning lab vendor is Williams Scotsman out of Indianapolis. Delivery and set up costs $3, Monthly rental is $ per month. Knockdown and return freight is $2, All costs are per unit and each unit features two classrooms. Based on projected use, it is estimated that each unit cost CPCSC approximately $20,

43 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It appears the school system employs a number of consultants to help it deal with issues related to growth, including the Educational Services Company, and CSO Schenkel Shultz Architects. For each consulting individual or group, we would request: The fees being paid to each consultant, by year, and generally itemized (e.g. by date, or type of work) if possible A copy of the contract under which the consultant is or has worked for CPCSC The qualifications (if possible CV’s or resumes) for the consultants.

44 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It appears the school system employs a number of consultants to help it deal with issues related to growth, including the Educational Services Company, and CSO Schenkel Shultz Architects. For each consulting individual or group, we would request: (Continued) In keeping with the CPCSC Long Range Plan, CPCSC engaged the services of CSO Schenkel Shultz to serve as Architect on the Pleasant Crossing Elementary School project. CSO Schenkel Shultz, including all engineering, building code, accessibility, acoustical, kitchen and other specialized consultants, fee is $617,500 which is a very competitive fee based on project information available through the Department of Local Government Finance (DLGF).

45 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It appears the school system employs a number of consultants to help it deal with issues related to growth, including the Educational Services Company, and CSO Schenkel Shultz Architects. For each consulting individual or group, we would request: (Continued) The services of Educational Services Company (ESC) were engaged for the development of the Long Range Plan developed by the “Decades of Excellence Taskforce”. The fee for these services and the services for all work through the 1028 Hearing Process is $18,000. The demographic study provided through ESC was $6,875.

46 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It appears the school system employs a number of consultants to help it deal with issues related to growth, including the Educational Services Company, and CSO Schenkel Shultz Architects. For each consulting individual or group, we would request: (Continued) CSO Schenkel Shultz provided architectural services for the Long Range Plan but did so at no charge to CPCSC. The majority of the Pre-1028 Planning Services are being provided by CSO Schenkel Shultz at no charge to CPCSC based on their long term commitment to CPCSC.

47 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It appears the school system employs a number of consultants to help it deal with issues related to growth, including the Educational Services Company, and CSO Schenkel Shultz Architects. For each consulting individual or group, we would request: (Continued) CPCSC has and continues to hire only the most qualified, proven professionals to serve our planning and project needs. Statements of Qualifications can be provided upon request directed to: Mr. Tom Grabill – ESC: Mr. Jim Schellinger – CSO: Contracts for all of the work previously noted are available at the CPCSC Education and Community Center and can be reviewed by contacting Mr. Jay Wise to set up an appointment.

48 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Teacher Pay and qualifications – some of the data with regard to teacher pay appears in various places on the web, we were wondering if it would be possible to have a list of current salaries and qualifications (i.e., educational or extracurricular qualification (BS, MA info) and years experience.) The CPCSC Master Contract which outlines teacher pay is included on the CPCSC website and the Indiana Department of Education website. If additional information is needed, contact Mr. Steve Sonntag to set up an appointment.

49 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  The number of students eating breakfast at school (the totals for each school, if possible for the last three years and free lunch program data (again, just the total for each school in the system for the past 3 years.) The average daily breakfast counts at each school for the last four years is as follows: School Year School Year WCHS34 (3 months)WCHS57 WES67CPI134 BES101WES92 SWE35BES102 SWE87 School Year WCHS94BES117 CPMS90SWE121 CPI137 WES111

50 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  The number of students eating breakfast at school (the totals for each school, if possible for the last three years and free lunch program data (again, just the total for each school in the system for the past 3 years.) The average daily breakfast counts at each school for the last four years is as follows: (Continued)

51 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  The number of students for whom English is a Second Language, just a total per school (again, for the last 3 years would be great). The number of students for whom English is a second language is as follows:

52 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  A brief description of the relationship between CPCSC and the Growing Schools Coalition (are we members of this organization, if so, for how long, what are we spending to be members, and briefly, what is their objective and what outcomes have they been able to achieve to date. Regarding the Coalition of Growing and Suburban Schools, Clark-Pleasant Community School Corporation is a member school corporation along with 24 other Indiana school corporations. The premise of the Coalition is school corporations with growing enrollments have different and unique needs that require special legislative considerations. Therefore, these school districts have banded together to create a politically viable contingency that can have their needs addressed with legislators through a lobbyist. We paid a $2400 membership fee this year to pay the meeting expenses and the cost of the lobbyist’s fees. We feel participating in this group has had a positive effect on legislation geared for these unique school corporations.

53 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Who is conducting the Public Survey? The Winston-Terrell Group is conducting the public survey. They are very experienced and have coordinated similar surveys for numerous Central Indiana school corporations.  How is the survey being conducted? The survey is a telephone survey. Over 1800 calls will be made in an effort to obtain 400 completed surveys.  Who is formulating the questions? The survey questions were developed by CPCSC, ESC, CSO Schenkel Shultz and the Winston-Terrell Group.

54 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What are the survey questions? The survey questions are as follows:

55 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What are the survey questions? The survey questions are as follows: (Continued)

56 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What are the survey questions? The survey questions are as follows: (Continued)

57 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  What are the survey questions? The survey questions are as follows: (Continued)

58 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  It would be helpful if we had a clear calendar of events in terms of what is upcoming regarding school construction and growth issues. The CPCSC regularly posts information regarding the schedules for planning and construction projects. The Long Range Planning, “Decades of Excellence Taskforce” meetings and all of the Pre-1028 Planning meetings have been posted on the CPCSC website as well as posted in numerous other mediums including the Daily Journal.  It would be helpful is agenda for School Board meeting were published in some way prior to the meetings (preferable at least a week in advance). The CPCSC Board meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Meeting agendas are posted on the CPCSC website the Thursday prior to the Tuesday meetings.

59 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  The number of baseball and softball fields seems like overkill particularly with the north/south layout of the fields. You might want to show another option without all of the options. The athletic fields illustrated on the initial conceptual design included all fields that could be accommodated over the long term. The site layout has been revised to illustrate only the athletic fields that will be included in the basic scope of work.  I think that it would be a good idea to reduce the Athletic Field to the base design. It seems as though the building is just a small blip on the screen, when I think it is the most important focus of the project. Refer to response to previous question.

60 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  When you talk about the base design and the upgrades, how much of that are we looking at? It is a standard procedure to design and bid numerous upgrades and/or additional scope items that may be affordable in a favorable bidding environment. The exact number of these items will be determined in the Construction Document Phase and will not be finalized until actual bids are received.  I would like to think that the priority for options will be based on efficiency rather than aesthetics. Most if not all of the options will be based on increased efficiency, functionality, long term maintenance, life cycle costs, etc. Very few will be tied to aesthetics.

61 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  Is the purchase of the property included in this estimate? The price of the private residence adjacent to the Middle School site has not yet been determined, but will eventually be included in the project costs.  If the students have a band performance, where do you anticipate them performing? Currently, the plan is to enhance the gym making it conducive for music and band performances. There is also significant space dedicated to the Music Program and the Large Group Instruction (LGI) space will also be available. However, a dedicated performance hall is cost prohibitive.

62 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  I thought originally that the middle school would share space with the intermediate school and that it would be bridged. Site restrictions make this connection very difficult. Consequently, the project team determined it would be better to focus on making the Middle School the best school it can be while designing in accommodations to add a connected Intermediate School in the future.  Can you make this into a joint middle school and intermediate school and would the intermediate school become an elementary school? Consistent with the Taskforce recommendation, it is intended that this will be a Middle School and an Intermediate School with shared infrastructure and shared common support spaces.

63 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 4.Stakeholder Concerns, Questions/Answers  I understand there is a strong push in the legislature to do away with property taxes. Could you address that in the next workshop? The CPCSC is unable to address tax issues currently being discussed in the Indiana General Assembly. However, the tax impact of this project based on current tax structures was reviewed in Workshop No. 3 and is included in the workshop’s power point posted on the website.

64 Pre-1028 February 8, 2007 Clark-Pleasant Middle School THE CLARK-PLEASANT COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION 5.Next Meeting Pre-1028 BoardBoard meeting to wrap-up Pre-1028 Meeting:workshops and gain consensus on the project’s scope, quality, cost and schedule. Tuesday, February 20, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Administration Building 1028 and Preliminary1028 Hearing and the Preliminary DeterminationDetermination Hearing Hearings: Thursday, February 22, :30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Clark-Pleasant Middle School


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