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Power Point Master Planning


This is an Accessible Alternative Version of the Power Point Presentation: Educational Specifications (PPT) and Master Planning (PPT). The Power Point Presentation should be the preferred version for downloading.

Slides:

1. Goals

Facility Master Plan

2. What is a Facility Master Plan?

Facility Master Plan - Defined

"A compilation of information, policies, and statistical data about a school district's facilities."

3. What is a Facility Master Plan?

Master Plan vs. Developer Fee Study

4. Why have a Facility Master Plan?

Create a process for the continuous planning of educational facilities that will meet the changing needs of a community.

Identifies alternatives and priorities in the allocation of facility resources to achieve district goals and objectives.

Involves district and community stakeholders in the decision making process -- "ownership".

5. How does the California Department of Education use a district's Facility Master Plan?

California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 14011(c) states in part:

"...justify how the site is appropriate in size as justified by the school district's Facility Master Plan..."

"A school district may choose, in place of a master plan, a developer fee justification document or five-year plan if it addresses enrollment projections, needed schools, and site sizes."

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6. How do develop a Facility Master Plan?
7. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 1 - Projection of future needs.

8. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 1 - Educational Program

  1. History and Education Transition.
    • District history.
    • Historical growth.
    • Changes in program over time.
9. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 1 - Educational Program

  1. Community of the school district.
    1. Economic.
    2. Ethnic.
    3. Board policies on joint use and community involvement.

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10. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 1 - Educational Program

  1. Educational goals and practices.
    • What are the goals of the district?
      • Increase high school graduation?
      • Increase test scores?
      • Provide more art and music?
11. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 1 - Educational Program

  1. Educational System.
    • Present structure such as:
      • Grade level groupings.
      • Intervention.
      • Pre-school.
      • Adult school.
      • Alternative schools.
      • Charters.
      • Support facilities:
        • Food service.
        • Warehouse.
12. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 2 - Educational Facilities

  1. Evaluation procedure
    What process does the district have for evaluating facilities?
    • Facility inspection tool (FIT).
    • School Facilities Program Division Form 1.02(e).
    • Work order system.
13. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?
  1. Summary of existing facilities.
    • Plot plans showing:
      • Net and gross acres
        • Actual and California Department of Education recommended acres for master plan enrollment.
          • Field and hard-court areas.
          • Parking and on-site vehicle circulation.
          • Building area.
        • Future expansion areas.
        • Site constraints.
          • Set-backs from hazards.
          • Wetlands.
      • Space utilization.
        • Classrooms.
        • Portables.
        • Support facilities such as:
          • Multi-purpose rooms.
          • Administration.
14. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 2 - Educational Facilities

  1. Summary of existing facilities - this is a diagram of an existing facility showing 10 acres gross, 8 acres net, and 12.5 California Department of Education recommended acres.
15. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 3 - Demographic Study

16. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 4 - Implementation Plan

Ties together the community analysis, facility evaluation, and demographic study.

Summation of individual school needs equals district needs.

  1. Where are new sites needed.
  2. Where are facilities on existing sites needed?
    • Are there facility needs for new programs?
      • Grade reconfiguration.
      • Intervention.
      • Specialized facilities for art, science.
    • Can school support more buildings/students?
      • Capacity of core facilities.
      • Parking.
  3. Modernization and repair.
  4. District support facilities.

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17. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 4 - Implementation Plan - An Example

Goals for Yeager Elementary in priority order:

  1. Implement full day kindergarten.
  2. Move sixth graders to middle schools.
  3. Provide pre-school.
  4. Reduce number of portables.
  5. Reduce school enrollment to seven hundred students.
  6. Provide parent room.
18. Implementation Plan Example

Projected enrollment 2004-05 to 2008-09
Sixth graders to middle schools starting in 2007-08

Grade Level 2004-05 Projected Enrollment 2005-06 Projected Enrollment 2006-07 Projected Enrollment 2007-08 Projected Enrollment 2008-09 Projected Enrollment
Kindergarten 120 116 118 114 118
Grades 1-3 350 336 326 320 322
Grades 4-6 (5) 372 366 350 240 244
Special Education 10 12 14 13 13
TOTAL 852 830 808 687 697
19. Implementation Plan Example

Permanent Classroom Capacity
Full day kindergarten starting in 2007-08

Grade Level 2004-05 Projected Enrollment 2005-06 Projected Enrollment 2006-07 Projected Enrollment 2007-08 Projected Enrollment 2008-09 Projected Enrollment
Kindergarten 120 120 120 60 60
Grades 1-3 200 200 200 200 200
Grades 4-6 (5) 210 210 210 210 210
Special Education 10 10 10 10 10
TOTAL 540 540 540 480 480
20. Implementation Plan Example

Portable Classroom Capacity
Removal of portables to start in 2006-07

Grade Level 2004-05 Projected Enrollment 2005-06 Projected Enrollment 2006-07 Projected Enrollment 2007-08 Projected Enrollment 2008-09 Projected Enrollment
Kindergarten 0 0 0 0 0
Grades 1-3 140 140 60 60 60
Grades 4-6 (5) 180 180 90 30 30
Special Education 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 320 320 150 90 90
21. Implementation Plan Example

Total Classroom Capacity

Grade Level 2004-05 Projected Enrollment 2005-06 Projected Enrollment 2006-07 Projected Enrollment 2007-08 Projected Enrollment 2008-09 Projected Enrollment
Kindergarten 120 120 120 60 60
Grades 1-3 340 340 260 260 260
Grades 4-6 (5) 390 360 300 240 240
Special Education 10 10 10 10 10
TOTAL 860 830 690 570 570
22. Implementation Plan Example

Needed Classroom Seats

Grade Level 2004-05 Projected Enrollment 2005-06 Projected Enrollment 2006-07 Projected Enrollment 2007-08 Projected Enrollment 2008-09 Projected Enrollment
Kindergarten 0 -4 -2 54 58
Grades 1-3 10 -4 66 60 62
Grades 4-6 (5) -18 6 50 0 4
Special Education 0 2 4 3 3
TOTAL -8 0 118 117 127

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23. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 4 - Implementation Plan - An Example

Other facility needs at Yeager Elementary include:

24. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 5 - Evaluation Plan

25. How to develop a Facility Master Plan?

Part 6 - Financing Plan

26. Interaction of Master Plan and Education Specifications

Common features include:

27. Resources
28. Contacts

California Department of Education
School Facilities Planning Division
1430 N Street, Suite 1201
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-322-2470

A list of California Department of Education Field Representatives

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Questions:   Fred Yeager | fyeager@cde.ca.gov | 916-327-7148
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