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1 NOTE: To change the image on this slide, select the picture and delete it. Then click the Pictures icon in the placeholde r to insert your own image. Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects January 21, 2014

2 Priority List  East Farms Roof Replacement  Technology Infrastructure  School Security  FHS Auditorium  School Code and Safety Compliance  Kitchen Equipment  Classroom Furniture

3 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects East Farms Roof Replacement

4 EF Roof Replacement – Ponding Ponding caused by compressed insulation

5 EF Roof Replacement – Equipment Curbs Base of Equipment Curbs at Water Level

6 EF Roof Replacement – Wear and Repair Pitched sections of roof showing wear and repair – roof is 25 years old

7 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects Technology Infrastructure

8 Technology New Equipment Item DescriptionQuantityUnit CostTotal 1.ESX Core – Data Center1 $140,000 2.ESX Host Primary– IAR/WW2 $15,000 $30,000 3ESX Host Primary– EFS/WDS/NWS/UNS4 $10,000$40,000 4.Virtual Desktop (production)1 $150,000 5.A/V setup (UNS)1 $6,500 6.Classroom upgrades EFS/WDS/NWS/UNS16 $6,500 $104,000 7.BOE Conference Room1 $15,000 8.Wireless BOE1 $20,000 9.ESX Host Secondary– IAR/WW2 $15,000 $30, ESX Host Secondary– EFS/WDS/NWS/UNS4 $10,000$40, Auditorium Screen (IAR)1 $8, Digital Signage upgrade (IAR)1 $11,000 TOTAL $595,000

9 Technology: 21 st Century Learning Building a Foundation for Possibility  Historic technology budget reductions impacting the availability of technology  New advances in virtualization technology allows the district to extend the life of existing desktop infrastructure  Additionally, virtualization extends the Farmington classroom outside the boundaries of the Farmington classroom  Virtualization of sites provides built-in redundancy and reliability  Virtualization of Core provides a cost-effective, minimized overhead, management of business critical systems  Classrooms (now fully outfitted), require regular maintenance and upgrades

10 Why?  Virtualization of servers allows the district to manage existing systems and grow at a more cost effective rate  Virtual desktops support the vision of the graduate by providing access to curriculum and technology resources outside the classroom  Virtual desktops and servers provide secure access to business critical resources for faculty and staff

11 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects School Security

12 Security Recommendations The following overarching recommendations were shared with the Board of Education as a result of the outside safety and security review (Summer, 2013):  Personnel: Address a need for increased personnel to monitor visitor access to school buildings. In addition to personnel for visitor access monitoring, the Farmington Police Department, in collaboration with the Farmington schools, applied for a competitive grant and secured an additional School Resource Officer.  Equipment: Address any enhancements to equipment within schools and on school grounds identified as a result of the security review.  Accessibility: Address the current level of accessibility to schools and school grounds when schools are in session.  School-Based Safe School Committees: Utilize current committee structures to include school-based Safe School Committees that would monitor safety and security measures at each school site.  Cell Phones Coverage: Review and assess cell phone coverage within school buildings.  Outside Use of Schools: Outside groups’ use of school facilities to include information on adherence to safety and security expectations.  Policies: If needed, update any policies related to safety and security recommendations.  State of Connecticut: Monitor the Sandy Hook Advisory’s work and any subsequent legislative action.

13 Security Upgrades:  Security review was initiated in the school year with an outside security expert, in collaboration with the Farmington Police Department.  The district will utilize Capital security funding to continue school level security upgrades aligned to the security review recommendations.

14 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects FHS Auditorium

15 Auditorium Renovation Capital Projects

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27 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects School Code and Safety Compliance

28 School Code and Safety Compliance- Replace lifts at East Farms School Chair lift at gymnasium stairway is 25 years old and do not meet code

29 School Code and Safety Compliance- Replace lifts at East Farms School Three lifts of this type in classroom quads- pinch points are non- code compliant

30 School Code and Safety Compliance- District-Wide  Address any OCR review recommendations  Provides for radon testing and IAQ remediation as necessary  Continue to maintain fire and life-safety code compliance  Maintain OSHA safety standards  Upgrade and sustain ADA compliance

31 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects Kitchen Equipment

32 Replace Kitchen Equipment Replace 36 Year Old Commercial Dishwasher

33 Farmington Public Schools Capital Projects Classroom Furniture

34 Furniture Wear Existing furniture showing rust and wear

35 Newer Furniture New design provides for a wide variety of grouping options


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