Presentation on theme: "Capital Outlay Priorities Priority 1 Safety-To-Life Priority 2 Number and size of instruction spaces shall allow for appropriate pupil/teacher ratios."— Presentation transcript:
Capital Outlay Priorities Priority 1 Safety-To-Life Priority 2 Number and size of instruction spaces shall allow for appropriate pupil/teacher ratios Priority 3 Legal mandates Priority 4 Protecting the current investment Priority 5 Providing capacity for student growth Priority 6 Programs and other priorities Priority 7 Facilities shall be made as energy efficient as economically justifiable Priority 8 Administrative and support space shall compliment administrative and support staff functions Priority 9 Facilities should be permanent and long-lasting
Capital Improvements Review Team (CIRT) Purpose and Structure Purpose: To assess the Leon County Schools capital outlay needs, determining if the needs are essential and the financing is appropriate and efficient, and making sure we have a safe, secure, and effective learning environment for all students in all our schools.
Capital Improvements Review Team (CIRT) Structure: Repair and Renovation Team – assess the capital needs related to facility repair and/or renovations. New Student Capacity Team – assess the needs of the district for additional facilities. Educational Technology Team – assess the capital needs to acquire and maintain educational technology hardware. Transportation Team – assess the needs of the district for school transportation. Financing Team – determine the most effective and efficient ways of financing the districts capital needs. Special Review Team – review the overall management of the districts capital outlay program. Writing Team – help prepare a final report to the community that assesses all import issues and is easily understood. Communication Team – assist CIRT in communicating with each other, in keeping all our efforts coordinated and in communicating with the community.
9/8/2011 ONE-HALF CENTS SALES TAX Due to the One-Half Cent Sales Refernedum, LCS was given a funding source that allowed LCS to build the following: EXPAND, REMODEL,RENOVAT E FOOD SERVICE & CAFETERIASHVAC PROJECTSNEW CAFETERIAS NEW CLASSROOM WINGSNEW GYMS NEW MEDIA CENTERSNEW SCHOOLS REMODEL, RENOVATE Astoria Park ESChaires ESApalachee ES Deerlake MSRiley ESBond ESApalachee ES Gilchrist ESHartsfield ESOak Ridge ESFort Braden Sullivan ESConley ESAstoria Park ES Hartsfield ESKillearn Lakes MSPineview ESKillearn Lakes ES Montford MSMoore ES Killearn Lakes ESMoore ESSullivan ESPineview ES Ghazvini CenterPineview ES Riley ESOak Ridge ESRaa MSChiles HS Riley ES Ruedigers ESPineview ESLincoln HSLeon HS Sabal Palm ES Ruediger ES Lincoln HS Sealey ES Everhart Cobb MS Springwood ES Deerlake MS Griffin MSSullivan ES Griffin MS Nims MSWoodville ES Nims MS Godby HSDeerlake MS Raa MS Leon HSRaa MS Godby HS Leon HS Lincoln HS Rickards HS SAIL
School NameAmount spent Ghazvini$11,943, Bond$18,662, Conley$27,826, Montford$32,957, Total$91,389, New Leon County Schools built during the 10 year ½ Cent Sales Tax Referendum
EDUCATIONAL PLANT SURVEY FINANCIAL SUMMARY TOTAL SITE EXPANSION COST$8,000,000 TOTAL SITE DEVELOPMENT COST$8,750,000 TOTAL SITE IMPROVEMENT COST$32,300,000 TOTAL REMODELING COST$58,278,116 TOTAL RENOVATION COST$197,037,415 TOTAL NEW CONSTRUCTION COST$51,176,539 OVERALL TOTAL$355,542,070