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Tsb bfb test ppt 112211.4

  1. 1. Where learning is prized, love of school is essential and boyhood is celebrated 1 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  2. 2. Board of Trustees’ CharterRetain the highest standardsBoth academically and sociallyto prepare our boys for the modernworld..without losing sight thateach day we are here tocelebrate boyhood 2 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  3. 3. Our World is Changing… Global, digital world Education is different “21st Century Learning” Students learn dynamically Student driven learning is innovating curriculum, teaching and facilities 3 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  4. 4. Town’s Educational Vision To pursue educational excellence through 21st Century Learning  4 “C’s” with the 3 “R’s  Creativity  Critical thinking  Collaboration  Communication  Student centered learning  Real life assessments 4 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  5. 5. A Closer Look at 21st Century Learning What should students learn?  21st Century skills  Important knowledge How should students learn?  Through student- centered approaches  Through the best of traditional approaches 5 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  6. 6. A Closer Look at 21st Century Learning Project-Based Learning Inquiry Design Thinking Teaching for Understanding Interdisciplinary connections Online learning Space implications 6 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  7. 7. Faculty and Administration “21st” Initiatives  9 Points Vision  Professional development and training  Collaboration and sharing  Curriculum development retreats  Board Education Committee  Academics are enhanced with technology, collaborative space for students and teachers, flexible science labs, and multipurpose rooms 7 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  8. 8. Careful Planning and Evaluation Determined our academic priorities  Integrated STEM Center  Interdisciplinary support for faculty and teaching  Collaborative learning through flexible environs  Enhanced hands-on learning opportunities Elaborate space and utilization studies by faculty, administrators, the Board’s Education Committee Engaged architectural team led by award-winning MKThink  Educational clients include Stanford University, Woodside Priory, Pinewood School, and University of California at Berkeley, among others 8 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  9. 9. Facilities Constrain Future Innovation We need more space We need different space We need flexible space We need smart space 9 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  10. 10. TOWN SCHOOL – TODAYASSEMBLAGE OF 1950’s, 60’s with a dash of 80’s 10 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  11. 11. TOWN SCHOOL – TODAYASSEMBLAGE OF 1950’s, 60’s with a dash of 80’s 11 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  12. 12. TOWN SCHOOL – TODAYASSEMBLAGE OF 1950’s, 60’s with a dash of 80’s 12 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  13. 13. IMPROVEMENT OVERVIEWEAST WING CORE – InternalCORE – Jackson St. WEST WING 13 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  14. 14. Master Plan Timeline• Summer 2012: EAST WINGSTEM Center Wet Lab, Media/Tech Lab, Flex Lab, Math and Seminar ClassroomsImproved Art Center, Seismic strengthening, Theater transformation• Jun. 2013 – Aug. 2014: NEW COREAddition including 6 new classrooms, Lit Center, add science lab, Environ Lab. Excavation, but not full completion of, the second gym/performing arts space.• TBD: WEST WINGCompletion of the second gym/performing arts/multipurpose space,Deferred building envelope repairs/ replacement 14 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  15. 15. AREA ALLOCATION - SUMMARY EXPANSION RENOVATIONFloor 1 11,460 sf 10,750 sfMulti-purpose Room and Support Spaces 8300 sfLiterary Arts Resource Center 2150 sf 700 sfJackson St: Lobby and Facade 200 sf 2,500 sfModernized Classrooms 2100 sfTheater Improvements 2000 sfFloor 2 4,750 sf 16,350 sfNew 2nd level and Support Spaces 2,050 sf 2,600Literary Arts Resource Center 1,850 sf 2,000 sfClassroom @ Jackson 450 sfSTEM Center, etc 9,900 sfFloor 3 1,200 sf 6,500 sfGym Classroom and Support 600 sf 2,000Internalizing Roof Access Circulation 100 sfClassrooms at Jackson 550 sfFine Art Center 1750 sfRoof 650 sfStair/ Elevator Penthouse 650 sfRooftop Learning Garden (n/I gsf) 1700 sfCurrent Building gsf 54,540 sfImprovements gsf 18,060 sf 33,600Total Proposed Building gsf 72,600 sf TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  16. 16. STEM CENTER – WET LAB ENLARGED STEM LAB PLAN16 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  17. 17. STEM CENTER - OVERVIEW17 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  18. 18. LITERARY ARTS CENTER - ENTRY18 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  19. 19. LITERARY ARTS CENTER – READING ROOM19 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  20. 20. NEW MULTIPURPOSE GYM / THEATERNEW ROOF TOP ENVIRON LAB IMPROVED “LOWER FIELD” NEW FLEX / GYM / 480 PERSON THEATER 20 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  21. 21. NEW GYM / THEATER – INTERIOR VIEW Gym / Performance Center (seats retracted)Gym / Performance Center (seats deployed) TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  22. 22. NEW LOBBY CONCEPTWood Linear Ceiling WALLS ENLARGED FIRST FLOOR LOBBY PLAN 22 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  23. 23. JACKSON STREET – NEW ENTRY SUNDIAL ON WALL WOOD BENCH23 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  24. 24. A HOME FOR TOWNS FUTURETARGET 2014: EXPANDED AND RENOVATED NEW CORE ADDITION / EXPANSION24 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  25. 25. Imagine the New Town School Academic excellence through 21st Century Learning State of the art facilities  STEM center  Literary arts center  Multipurpose space for music, performing arts and athletics Celebrating boyhood through the next generation! 25 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  26. 26. Financially Feasible• Budget • East Wing and Core $15 million • West End excavation $ 5 million • Gym/Performing Arts Multipurpose Space $ 5 million• Financing • East Wing and Core: Capital Campaign $15 million • West end excavation: Endowment $ 5 million • Gym Performing Arts Multipurpose Space Future• Borrowing capacity to manage cash flow $10 million • East Wing, Core and West end excavation 26 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  27. 27. A HOME FOR TOWNS FUTURETARGET 2014: EXPANDED AND RENOVATED NEW CORE ADDITION / EXPANSION27 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  28. 28. Where learning is prized, love of school is essential and boyhood is celebrated 28 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  29. 29. FOLLOWING: EXTRA SLIDES – NOT INTENDED FOR PRESENTATION29 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  30. 30. Schematic Project Phasing PREVIOUS PHASE EXISTING PHASE 1 PHASE 2 (PART 2A) PHASE 2 (PART 2B) PHASE 3 6/1/2012 – 8/30/2012 6/1/2013 – 8/30/2014 Within 6/1/2013-8/30/2014 Within 6-9 Yrs of Conditional Use Approval INTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS, ART CORE & EXCAVATION EXCAVATION BUILDOUT FAÇADE EXPANSION & SUNSHADING ROOM SPRINKLER & HVAC THEATER FOUNDATION, SEISMIC UPGRADES UPGRADES, IN-KIND WINDOW REPLACEMENT 30 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  31. 31. NEW CORE ADDITION / EXPANSIONJACKSON STREET31 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
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  33. 33. Where learning is prized, loveof school is essential andboyhood is celebrated33 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011
  34. 34. Building for Boys – A Home for Town’s Future “Learning Today” Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Literary Arts (STEM) • Critical Thinking • Collaboration • Innovation • Creativity • Communication Music & Performing Athletics, Health and Arts Wellness 34 9 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING
  35. 35. TOWN SCHOOL – TODAYASSEMBLAGE OF 1950’s, 60’s with a dash of 80’s 35 TSB COMMUNITY MEETING NOV. 2011

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