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1 1, 3 & 4 School Model Options April 9, 2013 Restructuring of Keene Elementary Schools

2  Over the winter, the Board of Education decided to move toward a 4-school, wide grade span model, with Daniels housing the Preschool program  Following this, we received a Board request to provide a more detailed evaluation of several variations of 1, 3 and 4-school models  Today, we will be answering those questions 5/8/20152KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Where We Are Now

3  Provide cost analysis of creating 3 EQUALLY- sized K-5 schools, including Fuller & Symonds, with long-term expandability  Provide breakout cost of Preschool in that option  Provide cost to close Daniels, Franklin, OR Wheelock in the 4-school, wide grade span model  Provide cost of building one large elementary school and closing all existing schools 5/8/20153KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Board Questions

4  Option 1A: 1-School, 1,200 student option  Options 3A & 3B: 3-School, wide grade span options  Options 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D: 4-School, wide grade span options, each with a different combination of closed and expanded schools 5/8/20154KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Scope of This Presentation

5 Location of Keene Elementary Schools 5/8/20155KES restructuring – Marinace Architects

6  Construct a new 1,200 student, 198,000 square foot P-5 school at the Daniels site  Existing Daniels school demolished  Other 4 existing schools closed and sold 5/8/20156KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 1A

7 5/8/20157KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 1A

8 5/8/20158KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 1A – Daniels Floor Plan

9 5/8/20159KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 1A – Site Plan

10 5/8/201510KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 1A – Summary

11  Significant operating cost savings, but a large capital investment is required  New, state-of-the-art space for all students  High performance building heated from wood chip plant, with low long-term maintenance costs  Neighborhood schools replaced by one large school  Maple Street site maxed out with 2,200 students on site, creates traffic and access issues, congestion  Another site needed for possible long-term expansion 5/8/201511KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 1A – Pros & Cons

12  Fuller & Symonds expanded from 3-section to 4/3-section schools. Capacity of each rises from 324 to 426 students  Daniels expanded from a 2-section to 3-section school. Capacity rises from 216 to 324 students  Preschool moves to Daniels  Franklin & Wheelock closed and sold  Total district capacity of 1,188 students K-5 5/8/201512KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 3A

13 5/8/201513KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 3A

14 5/8/201514KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A – Daniels Floor Plan

15 5/8/201515KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A – Daniels Site Plan

16 5/8/201516KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A – Fuller Floor Plan

17 5/8/201517KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A – Symonds Floor Plan

18 5/8/201518KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A – Summary

19  Significant staff operating cost savings, but a large capital investment is required  Avoid CIP, maintenance and utility costs by closing two schools  Offers long-term expansion potential  Neighborhood school model diminished  More pressure placed on larger school cores 5/8/201519KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 3A – Pros & Cons

20  Same as Option 3A except Preschool is eliminated from Daniels School  Since Preschool is not accounted for elsewhere in this option, the difference in cost between Option 3A and Option 3B can be seen as a breakout cost for the preschool program 5/8/201520KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 3B

21 5/8/201521KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 3B

22 5/8/201522KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3B – Daniels Floor Plan

23 5/8/201523KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3B – Summary

24  This is the 4-school, wide grade span option favored up to this point  Fuller & Symonds remain 3-section, 324 student schools, and receive small additions  Franklin expanded from a 2-section to 3-section school. Capacity rises from 216 to 324 students  Preschool only at Daniels  Wheelock remains a 2-section school  Total district capacity of 1,188 students K-5 5/8/201524KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 4A

25 5/8/201525KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels Preschool Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 4A

26 5/8/201526KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Daniels Floor Plan

27 5/8/201527KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Fuller Floor Plan

28 5/8/201528KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Symonds Floor Plan

29 5/8/201529KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Franklin Floor Plan

30 5/8/201530KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Wheelock Floor Plan

31 5/8/201531KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A – Summary

32  Similar to Option 4A, except Wheelock closed instead of Daniels  Fuller & Symonds remain 3-section, 324 student schools, and receive small additions  Franklin remains a 2-section, 216 student school  Daniels expanded from a 2-section to a 3-section, 324 student school, and receives a large addition. Preschool moves from Wheelock to Daniels  Total district capacity of 1,188 students K-5 5/8/201532KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 4B

33 5/8/201533KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 4B

34 5/8/201534KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B – Daniels Floor Plan

35 5/8/201535KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B – Fuller Floor Plan

36 5/8/201536KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B – Symonds Floor Plan

37 5/8/201537KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B – Franklin Floor Plan

38 5/8/201538KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B – Summary

39  Similar to Option 4A, except Franklin closed instead of Daniels  Fuller & Symonds remain 3-section, 324 student schools, and receive small additions  Wheelock remains a 2-section, 216 student school  Daniels expanded from a 2-section to a 3-section, 324 student school, and receives a large addition. Preschool moves from Wheelock to Daniels, and collaborative programs move from Franklin to Daniels  Total district capacity of 1,188 students K-5 5/8/201539KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 4C

40 5/8/201540KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 4C

41 5/8/201541KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C – Daniels Floor Plan

42 5/8/201542KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C – Fuller Floor Plan

43 5/8/201543KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C – Symonds Floor Plan

44 5/8/201544KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C – Wheelock Floor Plan

45 5/8/201545KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C – Summary

46  Similar to Option 4B, except Franklin is expanded to a 3-section school instead of Daniels  Fuller & Symonds remain 3-section, 324 student schools, and receive small additions  Wheelock Closed  Preschool moves from Wheelock to Daniels, and Daniels received a medium-sized addition  Total district capacity of 1,188 students K-5 5/8/201546KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Option 4D

47 5/8/201547KES restructuring – Marinace Architects School Typical no. of sections per grade K Total sections / school Daniels P Franklin Fuller Symonds Wheelock Total Class distribution – Total Capacity: 1,188 Students Option 4D

48 5/8/201548KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D – Daniels Floor Plan

49 5/8/201549KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D – Fuller Floor Plan

50 5/8/201550KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D – Symonds Floor Plan

51 5/8/201551KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D – Franklin Floor Plan

52 5/8/201552KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D – Summary

53  Analysis of staffing requirements for each option. Increases in staffing efficiencies are the most important factor in overall savings  CIP Tabulation for each option  Budget for each option broken down by Additions, Renovation, CIP and Operational costs 5/8/201553KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Cost Analysis

54 5/8/201554KES restructuring – Marinace Architects 1-School Staffing Tabulation

55 5/8/201555KES restructuring – Marinace Architects 3-School Staffing Tabulation (3A Shown)

56 5/8/201556KES restructuring – Marinace Architects 4-School Staffing Tabulation (4A Shown)

57 5/8/201557KES restructuring – Marinace Architects 5-School Staffing Tabulation (Existing)

58 Include three categories:  1. (Shown in red) Items required by building code + building heat conversion from steam to hot water included in the project budgets  2. (Shown in blue) Long-term CIP items that will need to be done in the next years to maintain the buildings, not included in the project budgets  3. (Shown in black) Items the school district will complete outside of the building program not included in the project budgets 5/8/201558KES restructuring – Marinace Architects CIP Budgets

59 5/8/201559KES restructuring – Marinace Architects CIP - Daniels

60 5/8/201560KES restructuring – Marinace Architects CIP - Fuller

61 5/8/201561KES restructuring – Marinace Architects CIP - Wheelock

62 5/8/201562KES restructuring – Marinace Architects CIP - Franklin

63 5/8/201563KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Overall Project Budgets

64  CIP heat conversion is included, at a cost of $3,386,000 to the budget of 3 and 4-school options, and reduces the annual savings by up to $267,000  1 and 3-school options assume that unused buildings will be sold at a price of $750,000 each  Staffing figures and salaries have been updated. Preschool staffing has increased in all new configurations by $121,000 (1 teacher, 1 para) 5/8/201564KES restructuring – Marinace Architects Budgets Notes

65 5/8/201565KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 1A - Budget

66 5/8/201566KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3A - Budget

67 5/8/201567KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 3B - Budget

68 5/8/201568KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4A - Budget

69 5/8/201569KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4B - Budget

70 5/8/201570KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4C - Budget

71 5/8/201571KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Option 4D - Budget

72 5/8/201572KES Restructuring - Marinace Architects Budget Summary

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