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Dover High School Locally Funded Initiatives (LFI’s) Community Discussion Wednesday, May 4, 2011.

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1 Dover High School Locally Funded Initiatives (LFI’s) Community Discussion Wednesday, May 4, 2011

2 Why Locally Funded Initiatives (LFI’s)?? OSFC spaces and numbers defined by enrollment to meet minimum requirements DCS curriculum and programs surpass this local graduation requirements exceed state minimum 85% of seniors plan to attend 2 or 4-year college; need above minimum requirements for college prep DHS has a rich, diverse curriculum that includes fine arts, advanced placement courses, and pre-engineering courses community expectations are beyond state standards district staff have compared co-funded plan to current programming and have identified necessary additions to that co-funded plan

3 ACADEMIC CLASSROOMS Suggested LFISquare Footage 4 classrooms labs (2 science; 1 tech/ pre-engineering) special education classrooms art classroom and storage 1350

4 ACADEMIC CLASSROOMS full inclusion/co-teaching and resource class model for our 104 special education students (about 13% of students) 10 Advanced Placement (AP) courses, where students earn college credit (over 170 tests administered each year) Project Lead the Way/Pre-engineering courses for college credit (92 students) appx. 300 students in visual arts courses (about 37% of students)

5 MEDIA CENTER SPACES Suggested LFISquare Footage Technology equipment room 2000

6 MEDIA CENTER SPACES district technology staff works out of current high school and needs space to receive, configure, and repair all district technology coordination and service of district’s 857 computers; 116 SmartBoards; 125 projectors; 120 printers additional technology serviced includes scanners, document cameras, cameras, wireless access points, response systems, distance learning equipment

7 MUSIC SPACES Suggested LFISquare Footage Additional instrumental rehearsal space 1500 Storage900 Percussion lab1200

8 MUSIC SPACES approximately … 140 students in band 55 students in orchestra 80 students in vocal music 35 in steel drum band 285 students in music program … approx. 35% of student population is in a performing music group/class at DHS

9 PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPACES Suggested LFISquare Footage Addtl. gym space to equal current seating 2500 Addtl. weight room space to equal current size 1000 Addtl. wrestling room space to equal current size 1300 Locker rooms and storage2850

10 PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPACES proposed gym is same actual size, but seating would be reduced by 250 seats due to new building requirements/handicapped access weight room and wrestling room requirements just bring new facility to equal size of current space locker rooms and storage are some of the most common LFI's due to this space being built more for PE classes and less to meet the needs of competition gyms

11 AUDITORIUM ($280/sq ft/Re-use chairs) Suggested LFISquare Footage 1000-seat auditorium w/ orchestra pit 7600

12 AUDITORIUM current auditorium is used approximately 60 times per year just for school functions – including concerts, elementary programs, student assemblies, and class meetings – this does not include any rehearsals, staff development, or classroom use – this also does not include any community events (i.e. dance recitals, FOP concerts, etc.)

13 BUILDING SERVICES SPACE (Due to the LFI’s) Suggested LFISquare Footage Restrooms1089 Corridors6220 Mechanical/ Electrical 2146 Construction Factor4867

14 BUILDING SERVICES SPACE costs incurred with the additional space – you would need more hallways, restrooms, etc., if you had more space in the facility

15 OTHER

16 OTHER : KEEP EXISTING GYM there is a minimum student threshold for co- funding of an auxiliary gym – we are just below that … however, – approx. 475 students participate in athletics – many more than one sport – appx. 58% of students participate in athletics … comparable figures to a much larger school multiple practice sites impact academics as students get home earlier for homework and family time

17 IN SUMMARY … proposed OSFC site = 150,000 square feet current DHS = 200,000 square feet district is showing increasing enrollment projections LFI’s presented here would “maintain” current programming

18 Suggested LFISquare Footage CLASSROOMS 4 classrooms labs (2 science; 1 tech/ pre-eng.) special education classrooms art classroom and storage1350 MEDIA CENTER SPACES Technology equipment room2000 MUSIC SPACES Addt’l instrumental rehearsal space1500 Storage900 Percussion lab1200 AUDITORIUM 1000-seat auditorium w/ orchestra pit 7600 Suggested LFISquare Footage PHYSICAL EDUCATION SPACES Addtl. gym space to equal current seating 2500 Addtl. weight room space to equal current size 1000 Addtl. wrestling room space to equal current size 1300 Locker rooms and storage2850 BUILDING SERVICES SPACE Restrooms1089 Corridors6220 Mechanical/Electrical2146 Construction Factor4867 OTHER Keep existing high school gymN/A


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