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February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
February Introduction to CHPS Webinar
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February Introduction to CHPS Webinar

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Every first Wednesday of the month CHPS hosts a one-hour webinar introducing our basic tools to help schools create healthy, well-lit, comfortable, energy-efficient classrooms. Sign up for a free …

Every first Wednesday of the month CHPS hosts a one-hour webinar introducing our basic tools to help schools create healthy, well-lit, comfortable, energy-efficient classrooms. Sign up for a free webinar here: http://www.chps.net/events.

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  • 1. Building a NewGeneration of HighPerformance SchoolsAn Introduction to the Collaborative forHigh Performance SchoolsAriel DekovicThe Collaborative for High PerformanceSchools (CHPS)
  • 2. CHPS Today’s presentation:CHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implement Q+A CHPS Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study
  • 3. CHPSToday’s presentation: What are you most interested in? 1. Getting started 2. New school construction 3. Modernizations 4. Existing school performance Enter your answer into the chat box on your GotoWebinar control panel Twitter: @CHPSNews Join the conversation: #chps #greenschools #introtochps
  • 4. CHPS CHPS 101: An Introduction
  • 5. The Mission of CHPSCHPSTo make schools abetter place to learn
  • 6. CHPSOur schools• 88 schools have been recognized formeeting the CHPS Criteria• CHPS has been adopted by over 40school districts as their design standard• An estimated 300 CHPS school projectsare underway Chartwell School Photo courtesy of Chartwell
  • 7. What is a high performance school?CHPS • Healthy • Comfortable • Efficient • Easy to maintain and operate • Environmentally responsive • Commissioned • A teaching tool • Safe and secure • A community resource • Stimulating architecture Cesar Chavez Elementary Photo courtesy of LPA
  • 8. CHPS CHPS believes…
  • 9. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study All schools can be high performance • Public, Private and Charter • New School Construction • Additions • Major Modernizations • Minor Modernizations • Prefab Classrooms • Existing Schools
  • 10. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Schools are unique environments Examples: Asthma accounts for an estimated 14 million lost school days for American schoolchildren Schools are an opportunity to both reduce greenhouse gas emissions and educate future decision-makers on its importance
  • 11. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study In the power of state-based decision-making and national collaboration • Gives states control over priorities  creates better buy-in and dovetails with school construction programs • Ability to share post-occupancy research and evaluation • Collaboration, innovation on strategies and technologies • Leverage resources to develop tools
  • 12. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study In the benefits of high performance schools • Heightened student performance • Reduced operating costs • Better student & teacher health • Increased Average Daily Attendance Images: Heschong Mahone Group • Improved teacher satisfaction & retention • Reduced liability exposure • Reduced environmental impact • Eligible for financial incentives
  • 13. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study In the benefits of high performance schools Report from the National Academies Press: Green Schools: Attributes for Health and Learning From the National Research Council Committee to Review and Assess the Health and Productivity Benefits of Green Schools www.nap.edu/catalog/11756.html
  • 14. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study In a comprehensive approach HEALTH STUDENT ENVIRONMENT PERFORMANCE
  • 15. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study In a collaborative approach We collaborate with other organizations through our: • Technical Committee • Board of Directors • CHPS Membership • Advisory boards • Stakeholder Meetings • Public Review of Resources
  • 16. CHPS CHPS Tools & Resources
  • 17. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Programs and Resources Current Offerings • CHPS Best Practices Manual • Project Recognition Programs • CHPS Membership Program • School District Program • High Performance Product Database • Operations Report Card • Training Opportunities • CHPS Verified for Prefabricated Classrooms
  • 18. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Programs and Resources Current Offerings Coming Soon • CHPS Best Practices Manual • Best Practice Manual • Project Recognition Programs update for Volumes I and II • CHPS Membership Program • Student participation • School District Program modules for the Operations • High Performance Product Database Report Card • Operations Report Card • Training Opportunities • CHPS Verified for Prefabricated Classrooms
  • 19. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual Five volumes for a variety of stakeholders
  • 20. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual Planning for High Performance Schools Audience: School district officials, parents, teachers, school board members, administrators and facilities officials. Topic: Why high performance schools are important and how to navigate the design and construction process.
  • 21. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual Design for High Performance Schools Audience: Architects, engineers, project managers and other members of the design team Topic: Contains design strategies by discipline to help designers to meet high performance school criteria
  • 22. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual Operations and Maintenance of High Performance Schools Audience: Management staff, maintenance staff, custodians, groundskeepers Topic: Helps ensure that high performance schools are operated as their designers intended
  • 23. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual Commissioning of High Performance Schools Audience: District/school officials, management staff, design teams Topic: Details the commissioning process, which helps to ensure that systems are built and tested to meet specifications.
  • 24. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Best Practices Manual High Performance Relocatable Classrooms (Prefabricated Classrooms) Audience: District/school officials, management staff, design teams, relocatable manufacturers Topic: Criteria and specifications on building and modernizing relocatable and modular classrooms to achieve high performance standards
  • 25. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case StudyHigh Performance Products Database http://www.chps.net/database
  • 26. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case StudyTraining Opportunities • Professional Trainings • Free Webinars • Trainings offered by CHPS in collaboration with partners across the US • Archived trainings available online
  • 27. CHPS Using CHPS Assessment Tools
  • 28. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case StudyWhat is a CHPS Assessment Tool? Examples: • CHPS Criteria (NE- CHPS, CO-CHPS etc) • Relocatable Classroom Criteria (Prefabricated Classrooms) • Operations Report Card
  • 29. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study The CHPS Criteria – The Breakdown • 9 Criteria Covering 13 States • High Performance Categories • Prerequisites and Credits – E.g. IEQ 2.1 • Points – ½ points, 1 point, up to 15 points etc. Example: CA-CHPS 2009 66 Credits + 11 Prerequisites ________________ 116 Possible points 32 points minimum for a new school
  • 30. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Criteria Set-Up (Example of CA-CHPS 2009 Edition) 7 High Performance Categories Sustainable Sites (SS) Water (WE) Energy (EE) Materials (ME) Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Leadership, Education and Innovation (LEI) Climate Change (CL) Scorecard Recognition 14 Prerequisites 32 points minimum new construction 66 Credits 25 points minimum major mod/new building 116 Possible points Download: http://www.chps.net/california
  • 31. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Hawaii CHPS (HI-CHPS) Criteria • Microclimate prerequisite to inform design • Credit addressing air quality and comfort in naturally ventilated and conditioned classrooms • New category for district-decision making: District Planning, Operations and Maintenance • Prerequisite and credit for use of CHPS Operations Report Card to ensure building performance 18 months after construction • Credits for electric vehicles, outdoor classrooms, tree protection and preservation, and culturally responsive designs Draft available for public review and comment until February 17, 2012 at www.chps.net/hawaii
  • 32. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Virginia CHPS (VA-CHPS) Criteria Examples of State-Based Priorities • Credit for BIM – Building Information Modeling • Added incentives for energy management systems • References VA School Facilities Guidelines for acoustics and the Virginia Stormwater Management Program • Committee used point distribution to incorporate environmental priorities Download: www.chps.net/virginia
  • 33. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Colorado CHPS (CO-CHPS) Criteria Examples of State-Based Priorities • Required: 25% better than the ASHRAE 90.1-2007 baseline • Required: Enhanced commissioning • Required: Some low-emitting materials • Credit: FLEX Energy Download: www.chps.net/colorado
  • 34. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study California CHPS (CA-CHPS) Criteria New 2011 Addendum for CA-CHPS Incorporates CALGreen code into CA-CHPS Only applies to new construction Addendum contains: • Unaffected prerequisites, which overlap with CALGreen, but are as stringent or more stringent than the code • New prerequisites, which have been created to reflect CALGreen • Impacted credits, which have been adjusted in response to the code Download: www.chps.net/california
  • 35. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Prefab Classrooms Criteria (formerly Relocatable Classrooms) New CHPS Prefab Program Goals •Provide product label for consumers that clearly designates high performance building status •Get manufacturers recognition for the elements they can control •Provide a streamlined process for recognizing relocatable/modular/pre- certified building models Download: www.chps.net/prefab
  • 36. CHPS report building data collect detailed data generate report card action plan for improvementCHPS Operations Report Card
  • 37. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study CHPS Operations Report Card • Assess current conditions and recommend improvements • Recognize high-performance and high- 54 improvement schools • Online tool designed for district-wide deployment • Development funded by the California Energy Commission • Find out more at http://www.chps.net/orc
  • 38. CHPS High Performance School Recognition
  • 39. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study • CHPS recognition program since 2002 • Voluntary self-certification system • Accountability rests on the district and design team • CHPS staff provide general scorecard review for completeness • Online support at designed@chps.net • Scorecards available for different project types and Criteria Editions • Project tracking and compliance tool • Available in CA (non-HPI), WA, TX, the Northeast, VA, and NY
  • 40. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study • Accountability rests on the district, design team, CHPS and third-party review • CHPS provides implementation tools/oversight and live support • Designed to work with incentive programs • Utilizes the CHPS Verified Application & web-based tracking and communication • Available in CA, MA, TX, NY, CO, VA, and soon CT and HI • Now with available for joint review with DSA’s HPI program in California
  • 41. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Case Study High Tech High Chula Vista http://youtu.be/42uUUZskw2M channel: CHPSOnline
  • 42. CHPS Implementing a High Performance School Building Program
  • 43. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Implementing high performance • Find your CHPS Champions • Roadmap for implementation • Get involved with CHPS
  • 44. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study CHPS Membership Join over 200 member organizations currently supporting CHPS’ work Benefits • Use of the CHPS member logo in publicity • Listing on the CHPS website and e-bulletin • Discounts on resources • Access to printable versions of the manual on the members-only website Join online: www.chps.net/membership Questions? Email membership@chps.net
  • 45. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case StudyDid you know?CHPS Membership is FREE for Schools and Districts • Same benefits as paying CHPS members • Annual Report: Track progress of high performance projects • Help school districts commit to high performance resolution Join online: http://www.chps.net/dev/Drupal/node/17 Questions? Email membership@chps.net
  • 46. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Implementing CHPS Adopt a CHPS Resolution • CHPS has been adopted by over 40 school districts/county offices as their minimum design standard • CHPS Districts maximize the financial, health and student performance benefits of high performance schools • Encourage the adoption of CHPS resolutions Sample & example resolutions available online: www.chps.net
  • 47. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study District Resolutions Berkeley Unified School District Mill Valley Unified School District Burbank Unified School District Natomas Unified School District Cajon Valley Union School District New Haven Unified School District Capistrano Unified School District Poway Unified School District Chico Unified School District Palo Alto Unified School District Chula Vista Elementary School District Oakland Unified School District Coachella Valley Unified School District Roseland School District Coast Community College District Roseville Joint Union High School District Coast Unified School District Santa Ana Unified School District Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District San Diego Unified School District Hemet Unified School District San Francisco Unified School District High Tech High Learning Center San Marcos Unified School District Lake Tahoe Unified School District Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District Live Oak School District San Rafael City Schools Long Beach Unified School District Ukiah Unified School District Los Altos School District West Contra Costa Unified School District Los Angeles Unified School District Windsor Unified School District Menlo Park City School District Visalia Unified School District
  • 48. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Implementing CHPS Educate the community on the costs/benefits Costs of high performance • Estimates range cost is from 0 -10% of construction cost Cost varies greatly with: • High performance features chosen (CHPS points claimed) • Local climates • Local markets • Experience of project team
  • 49. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Implementing CHPS Educate the community on the costs/benefits Hard Costs vs. Soft Costs • Hard Costs • Should be minimal or close to nothing • Usually have a short return on investment • Soft Costs • Have some cost premium • May mean the difference between superior and inadequate performance
  • 50. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study Implementing CHPS Life Cycle Cost Analysis 0.5% investment in commissioning: pay back in 4.8 years (LBNL Study, 2002). • Optimized energy efficiency savings • Reduced maintenance repairs No or little additional cost items with equivalent or longer life expectancies for cool roofs and cool landscapes (LBNL Study, 2002).
  • 51. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study “Estimates range; [the additional] cost is from 0- 5% of construction cost with long-term financial benefits 7-8 times as large, including energy and water savings, emissions reductions, health and student attendance improvements, and teacher retention.” (Greening America’s Schools, Kats 2006)
  • 52. CHPSWhat? Now 1. Figure out your opportunities for high performance 2. Become a CHPS member 3. Subscribe to the CHPS E-bulletin (monthly newsletter) http://www.chps.net/dev/Drupal/node/162 4. Attend another free CHPS Wednesday webinar http://www.chps.net/events Escondido Charter High School
  • 53. CHPS www.chps.net
  • 54. CHPSCHPS 101 CHPS Tools and Resources Implementation Q&A Resources Assessment Recognition Case Study & QA Learn more about CHPS and high performance schools at: www.chps.net Have questions? Contact CHPS at: 415-957-9888 or info@chps.net You can follow CHPS on:

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