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Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011
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Recommendation to nlr school board april 21 2011

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the proposal from the DLR Consultants that have been working with teachers, parents, students, business leaders and administrators in the North Little Rock School District this year to develop a …

the proposal from the DLR Consultants that have been working with teachers, parents, students, business leaders and administrators in the North Little Rock School District this year to develop a strategic plan for the District

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  • 1. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictDLR Group presented the Strategic Plan to the North Little Rock School Board on April 18, 2011.The Strategic Plan provides a Timeline driven road map for the School Board, the Administrationand the Community to reach their goals of: Improved Educational Opportunities for all studentsand Fiscal Responsibility to the taxpayer.Included in this Summary: Timeline - The Strategic Plan Recommendation (Optimal Building / Funding Option) Strategic Plan Funding Potential Project Summaries Top 10 - Educational Performance Benefits (Tangible) Top 10 - Fiscal Benefits (Tangible) Average Building Ages (NLR and Surrounding Districts) 5 yr. Midpoint Enrollment Projections Board Options 21st Century School Images of Educational Environments DLR Group
  • 2. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School District RECOMMENDATION FOR: The Optimal Building & Funding Plan for NLR School District5 YEAR PLAN PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3 $169.4m $ 91.1m $0 State Partnership $45.8m State Partnership $18.0m State Partnership District Savings ($4.2m) $56.7m District Savings ($5.4m) $72.9m District Savings Mill Increase 7.4 $66.6m Mill Increase $00.0m Mill Increase TO TOTAL $169.1m TOTAL $90.9m Summer Fall VOTE Summer Fall Summer Fall Summer Fall Summer Fall Summer Fall Summer 2011 20111 $6 $6 $66.6m 2012 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 CONSTRUCTION AB $14.0m AB CONSTRUCTION AMBOY BW AMBOY CW $11.8m CW CONSTRUCTION BELWOOD CRESTWOOD CRESTWOOD BP $14.1m BP CONSTRUCTION BOONE PARK BOONE PARK LD $10.1m LD CONSTRUCTION GV MP MP LYNCH DRIVE LYNCH DRIVE $14.1m CONSTRUCTION GLENVIEW MEADOW PARK PV EC MEADOW PARK CONSTRUCTION $ 4.5m RW LW $13.4m May 2012 - LW PIKE VIEW REDWOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD State Publishes CONSTRUCTION LAKEWOOD LAKEWOOD Preliminary Partnership Funding Allocations for 2013-2015 Projects / Team to Review SS $10.7m SS and Coordinate with SEVENTH STREET SEVENTH STREET Projects CONSTRUCTION PS Redistribute 6th Grade Students to Ridgeroad and IH $ 8.2m IH Lakewood Middle Schools NH KEY INDIAN HILLS INDIAN HILLS POPLAR STREET RRMS CONSTRUCTION NORTH HEIGHTS RR PS PS $ 3.8m 10th New Construction $ 0m RIDGEROAD PH RIDGEROAD POPLAR STREET PARK HILL Modernization LWMS 8th Grade EAST LWMS NLRMS Renovation to East 6 Grade LAKEWOOD 8-9 Grades LAKEWOOD CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION 6-8 Grades Consolidate/ $42.0m NLR MIDDLE Close ARG RC NLRMS ADM ALC 7-8 Grades ARGENTA ROSE CITY NLRHS ADMINISTRATION EAST WEST CONSTRUCTION 9-GRADE MOVE WEST CONSTRUCTION NLR HS PS 9-12 Grades 10TH GRADE 11-12 Grades $113.8m MOVE POPLAR STREET DLR Group
  • 3. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School District PHASE 15 YEAR PLAN PHASE 1 $169.4m State Partnership $45.8m District Savings ($4.2m) $56.7m Mill Increase 7.4 $66.6m TO TOTAL $169.1m Summer Fall VOTE Summer Fall Summer 2011 20111 $6 $6 $66.6m 2012 2012 2013 CONSTRUCTION AB $14.0m AB AMBOY BW AMBOY CONSTRUCTION BELWOOD BP $14.1m BP BOONE PARK BOONE PARK CONSTRUCTION GV MP $14.1m GLENVIEW MP MEADOW PARK MEADOW PARK CONSTRUCTION LW LW $13.4m May 2012 - LAKEWOOD State Publishes LAKEWOOD Preliminary Partnership Funding Allocations for 2013-2015 Projects / Team to Review and Coordinate with Projects PS Redistribute 6th Grade Students to Ridgeroad and Lakewood Middle Schools KEY POPLAR STREET PS PS 10th New Construction $ 0m POPLAR STREET Modernization Renovation LWMS 8th Grade EAST to East 8-9 Grades LAKEWOOD Consolidate/ Close ARG RC ALC ARGENTA ROSE CITY NLRHS EAST WEST CONSTRUCTION 9-GRADE MOVE WEST PS 9-12 Grades 10TH GRADE 11-12 Grades $113.8m DLR Group MOVE POPLAR STREET
  • 4. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictPHASE 2 PHASE 2 PH $ 91.1m State Partnership $18.0m State District Savings ($5.4m) $72.9m Distr Mill Increase $00.0m Mill I TOTAL $90.9mmmer Fall Summer Fall Summer Fal013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015AB CONSTRUCTIONAMBOY CW $11.8m CW CRESTWOOD CRESTWOODBP CONSTRUCTIONONE PARK LD $10.1m LDMP LYNCH DRIVE LYNCH DRIVEADOW PARK CONSTRUCTION PV $ 4.5m RW ECLW PIKE VIEW REDWOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD CONSTRUCTIONAKEWOOD SS $10.7m SS SEVENTH STREET SEVENTH STREET CONSTRUCTION IH $ 8.2m IH NH INDIAN HILLS INDIAN HILLS RRMS CONSTRUCTION NORTH HEIGHTS RR $ 3.8m RIDGEROAD PH RIDGEROAD PARK HILL LWMS 6 Grade LAKEWOOD CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION $42.0m NLRMS 7-8 GradesEST CONSTRUCTIONGrades DLR Group
  • 5. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictPHASE 3 PHASE 3m $0 State Partnership District Savings Mill Increase Summer Fall Summer Fall Summer 2015 2015 2016 2016 2017 CW CRESTWOOD LD LYNCH DRIVEW ECWOOD EARLY CHILDHOOD SS SEVENTH STREET IHH INDIAN HILLS RREIGHTSH RIDGEROADHILL NLRMSIONION 6-8 Grades NLR MIDDLE ADM ADMINISTRATIONION NLR HS DLR Group
  • 6. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictStrategic Plan Summary:Financing:Arkansas State Funding Participation: $ 63.8 millionDistrict Operational Savings: $9.6 million, Generating: $129.6 millionOne Time Mill Levy Increase: 7.4 mills, Generating: $ 66.6 millionTOTAL FUNDING POTENTIAL: $260.0 millionFor every $100,000 in residential appraised value a NLR homeowner may expect approximately:$148 a year in new taxes ($12.33 / month in new tax)Currently NLR is at 40.9 mills with the increase of 7.4 mills the new mill levy will be 48.3 mills. DLR Group
  • 7. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictPhase 1 Projects: $169.4 million4 Replacement Elementary Schools (Design & Construction: 2011 - 2013)Amboy / Boone Park / Lakewood / Meadow Park1 Replacement High School (Design & Construction: 2011 - 2016)West CampusRe-Purpose / Consolidation Recommendations:Belwood Elementary - CloseGlenview Elementary - CloseArgenta Alternative Learning Academy - Close (Moves to Rose City Middle School)Transitions:6th Grade is redistributed to Ridgroad MS and Lakewood MS10th Grade is moved from East Campus to Poplar Street (2 Years)8th Grade is moved from Lakewood MS to East Campus (East Campus is now 8th and 9th Grades / Lakewood MS is now 6th and 7th Grades) DLR Group
  • 8. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictPhase 2 Projects: $ 91.1 million5 Renovated Elementary Schools (Design & Construction: 2013 - 2015)Crestwood (2004 Addition remains) / Lynch Drive / Seventh Street / Indian Hills / Ridgeroad1 Replacement Middle School (Design & Construction: 2013 - 2016)East Campus (Performing Arts / Gymnasium / Science Addition and Music / Art Additions Remain)Re-Purpose / Consolidation Recommendations:Redwood Pre-K Center - Close (Pre-K Center moves to Pikeview - 3 Pre-K Classrooms Built at: Boone Park / Meadow Park / Lynch Drive & 7TH Street - - 2 Pre-K Classrooms Built at Amboy )North Heights & Park Hill Elementary Schools - ClosePoplar Street - CloseAdministrative Building - Re-purposed for Food Service / Maintenance (Administration moves to Historic West Building)Transitions:Fall 2013- 9th & 10th Grades move to West Campus when new classroom square footage is availableRidgeroad Grades move to East & Lakewood Campus and Ridgeroad becomes an Elementary School DLR Group
  • 9. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School District TOP 10 Educational Performance Benefits: 1. Appropriate grade level configurations for this community. 2. Reduction of transitions to alleviate decline in achievement. (From 6 to 3) 3. Community (neighborhood) schools to increase connection to the school and parental involvement. 4. Parity and equity for all learners with equal access to specialists. 5. Optimal student enrollment at all grade levels for student access and teacher collaboration. 6. Increased instructional time at the 9/10 grade level by eliminating travel as built into present system. 7. New flexible and agile buildings easily conform to curriculum adjustments for learners. (student differentiation). 8. Consolidating teachers for a more collaborative environment for student success at all grade levels. 9. Access to technology and the world of information for every learner. 10.Lighting and Indoor air quality are linked to increased test scores. (as much as 26%) DLR Group
  • 10. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School District TOP 10 Financial Benefits: 1. Optimize the operational functions at all levels for certified staffing. 2. Optimize the operational functions at all levels for classified staffing. 3. Maintenance costs are reduced through more efficient and fewer facilities. 4. Reduce transportation by maintaining elementary school boundaries, minimize cross district bussing. 5. Reduce the number of buildings required to be maintained. 9 Elem (13). 1 MS (4). 1 HS (2) 1 Alt. Ed. (Newer bldg) 1 Pre-K Ctr. (Newer bldg) 6. Energy and utility usage appropriately and efficiently maintained by a 21st Century building envelope. 7. New building systems will take advantage of day lighting, CO2 control (Indoor Air Quality - IAQ), and orientation to reduce utility costs per square foot. 8. Economic Impact is estimated at almost 400 jobs, over $121 M in income and $8.6 M in tax revenue to City and State. (Rutgers University Study) 9. Local Taxpayers will benefit from the Arkansas State Partnership program with $63 million in allocated funding. 10. District School Average FCI Rating is reduced from 69% to less than 15%. DLR Group
  • 11. DISTRICT COMPARISONSASSESSMENT NORTH LITTLE ROCK: FACILITY North Little Rock School District AVERAGE DISTRICT FACILITY AGE IN YEARS 72 60 59 54 53 51 AVERAGE BUILDING LIFE EXPECTANCY 50 YEARS 50 49 48 46 46 41 39 38 38 38 36 32 28 24 18 14 13 12 11 5 4 00 CABOT CONWAY PULASKI FAYETTEVILLE LITTLE ROCK NORTH LITTLE ROCK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL DLR Group
  • 12. 5-YEAR MEN TH ATIORECOMMENDATLL EIORECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 OMME O R T H LLITTLE R O MM NORTH T TT ROCK: PROJECTION N NO OC North Little Rock School District 2010/11 to 2014/15 MIDPOINT ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS 12,000 10,000 8,916 8,886 8,913 8,974 8,868 8,000 STUDENT ENROLLMENT 6,000 4,177 4,116 4,125 4,128 4,110 4,000 2,813 2,815 2,896 2,833 2,775 2,000 1,925 1,995 1,972 1,949 1,924 00 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/2014 2014/2015 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT *ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS ARE FOR GRADE LEVELS K-12 (EXCLUDES PRE-K) DLR Group SOURCE: NLR SCHOOL DISTRICT AND RSP & ASSOCIATES
  • 13. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictBOARD OPTIONS:Option 1: (Strategic Plan is Modified to have Glenview Elementary in lieu of Lynch Drive)Glenview Elementary - Replacement Project - Lynch Drive is ClosedModifications to Recommended Strategic Plan 2011: Glenview: District Cost $10.3 million Partnership Funding $ 3.8 million TOTAL PROJECT COST: $14.1 millionNET Difference: + $1.0 million DLR Group
  • 14. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictBOARD OPTIONS:Option 2: (3 - 2 Section Elementary Schools in lieu of: 2 - 3 Section Elementary Schools)Glenview / Lynch Drive & Meadow Park Elementary Schools Remain Glenview is replaced as a 2-section (2 classrooms per grade level school) Meadow Park is replaced as a 2-section (2 classrooms per grade level school) Lynch Drive remains as a renovated 2 section Elementary SchoolModifications to Recommended Strategic Plan 2011: Glenview: Lynch Drive: Meadow Park:District Cost $ 8.0 million $ 6.0 million $ 8.0 millionPartnership Funding $ 2.7 million $ 0.0 million $ 2.7 millionTOTAL PROJECT COST: $10.7 million $ 6.0 million $10.7 millionNET Difference: + $12.7 million**NOTE: These 3 Schools will NOT have Parity and Equity with the other Elementary Projects 2 Section Schools are 18,000 square feet smaller than the 67k square foot, 3 section facilities. (Gymnasiums / Media Centers and Commons Areas are ea. approx. 1k sq ft. less in space) Each School will have 2 - Pre-K Classrooms DLR Group
  • 15. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictVALHALLA ELEMENTARY (multi-purpose/commons/gymnasium) LAURA INGALLS WILDER ELEMENTARY DLR Group
  • 16. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School District LOS ANGELES USD ELEMENTARY (classroom)ALPHA HART LEWIS ELEMENTARY (discovery space) DLR Group
  • 17. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictWHITE CLIFFS MIDDLE SCHOOL (pre-function space) PIONEER MIDDLE SCHOOL (multi-purpose/commons) DLR Group
  • 18. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictAdelson School (classroom) PIONEER MIDDLE SCHOOL (media center) DLR Group
  • 19. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictBETTY FAIRFAX HIGH SCHOOL (outdoor space) MARYSVILLE GETCHELL HIGH SCHOOL (outdoor space) DLR Group
  • 20. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictMARYSVILLE GETCHELL HIGH SCHOOL (flexible learning - SLC’s - Small Learning Community) DLR Group
  • 21. RECOMMENDATION STRATEGIC PLAN 2011 NORTH LITTLE ROCK: North Little Rock School DistrictFAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL (flexible learning) DLR Group

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