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  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING School Board Establishes a Facilities Planning Committee  Chartered to develop long range plans  Address all facilities issues for the School Board Community invited to participate in planning Toured each school and considered  History of school  Upgrades completed  Unfinanced requirements COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING Made recommendations to the School Board  All Schools need major upgrades  Some schools should be considered for replacement  Infrastructure does not support todays technology Established Facilities Task Force  Chaired by a Community member  Establish a community vision for our school buildings o Talk with the community o Survey the community  Develop a General Obligation Bond recommendation to be presented to the School Board COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGSO, HOW OLD ARE OUR BUILDINGS  Harding 88  Marshfield 72  Eastside 61  Madison 58  Blossom Gulch 57  Bunker Hill 56  Millicoma 48  Sunset 18 COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1939: Marshfield main building opensElsewhere in the world: Germany invades Poland, trans-Atlantic air service begins COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1953/54: Blossom Gulch and Madison open New $45,000 university computerElsewhere in the world:Korean War ends,Brown v. Board of Education,McCarthy Hearings in Washington COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1963: Millicoma opensElsewhere in the world:Civil Rights March on WashingtonKennedy AssassinationHostilities Increase in Vietnam COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1993: Sunset opensElsewhere in the world:First Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)Intel Releases Pentium ProcessorBill Clinton Inaugurated COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 2000: Pirate Hall opens at MarshfieldPirate Hallwas the lastnewconstructionin the Districtand the resultof the lastsuccessfulbondmeasure. COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING The World ChangesCoos Bay School Buildings Stay the Same COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT TO CONSIDER AS WE DEVELOP A VISION AND A PLAN Campus vs Separate Schools Location Community Use Areas Teaching Environment •Ventilation and thermal Comfort •Day-lighting and Acoustics •Color and Proper Furnishings •Outdoor Connections •Collaboration Spaces •And, yes . . . . Play Areas! COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING SCHOOLS MUST EVOLVEThe three R’s are still CRITICAL for each student to master . . . just to survive•Reading•Writing•ArithmeticBUT, the students that SUCCEED andTHRIVE are:•Critical thinkers•Nimble communicators•Creative problem solvers•Collaborators•And most of all . . . self-confident COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGGOOD VENTILATION & THERMAL COMFORTThe lack of proper ventilation can impair studentperformance, both directly and indirectly. Discomfortand distraction when they’re cold or hot also effectslearning. COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING DAY-LIGHTING THE RIGHT KIND, THE RIGHT AMOUNTWell-designed natural lighting•Reduces the need for electric light•Contributes to health, productivity, and attitude•Raises test scores•Reduces sick days COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGACOUSTICS & COLOROpportunities are not limited to SOUND AMPLIFICATION but also NOISE REDUCTION Color’s effects • Confidence, security and safety • Sense of well-being • Independent use • Behavior & concentration • School pride COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGFURNITURE, TECHNOLOGY &CLASSROOM FUNCTIONFurniture has a direct impact on space goals•Large group learning & peer-to-peer•Use small number of standard components that can be Sometimes informal is bestre-arranged in different formats Sometimes nothing at all•Mobile screening pieces•More storage – less clutterTechnology has many applications•Use a combination of informal wireless connectivitywith lab settings – students learn and study differently COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Blossom Gulch Federal Way, Wash. HOW SHOULD OUR SCHOOLS LOOK TO THE COMMUNITY? COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Millicoma Ashland HOW SHOULD OUR SCHOOLS LOOK TO THE COMMUNITY? COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Madison SpringfieldHOW SHOULD OURSCHOOLS LOOK TOTHE COMMUNITY? COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Madison HOW SHOULD OUR SCHOOLS LOOK TO OUR CHILDREN? Federal Way, WA COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Kids need outside play regardless of the weather. Left: Scappoose. Below: Blossom Gulch. Madison has no sheltered space.HOW SHOULD OURSCHOOLS LOOK TO OURCHILDREN? COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Above: Newer schools in Springfield Upper Right: Federal Way, WA Right: Marshfield.HOW SHOULD OURSCHOOLS FEEL INSIDE? COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Left: Newer classroom in Springfield Above: Typical classroom in Millicoma Proper lighting and ventilation haveWHAT SHOULD OUR measurable effects on studentCLASSROOMS OFFER? learning. COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE?IMAGINE THE ALTERNATIVES. . . . Left: Library instructional spaces in Springfield and Federal Way, WA. Below: Madison and Blossom Gulch were built without library spaces and now use converted classrooms. BEYOND A CLASSROOM’S FOUR WALLS COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGTHE SCHOOLS ARE OWNED BY THE COMMUNITY New public buildings can not only improve public service but become points of community pride. COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGRESOURCES Language of School Design: Design Patterns for 21st century Schools, by Prakash Nair and Randall Fielding. Can Existing Schools Get to High Performance? An Update on School Modernization Strategies By Layne Evans (June 2010) http://www.greenschoolbuildings.org/Homepage.aspx “The Color, Light, and Contrast Manual: Designing and Managing Inclusive Built Environments” by Keith Bright and Geoffrey Cook “Rethinking schools capital investment: the new 3Rs? Refresh, refurbish, reuse” by the British Council for School Environments Miller, Edward and Joan Almon. Crisis in the Kindergarten; Why Children Need to Play in School. Alliance for Childhood, 2009 Dewar, Gwen. "The Cognitive Benefits of Play: Effects on the Learning Brain." Parenting Science. 2008. http://www.parentingscience.com/benefits-of-play.html "Physically Fit Kids do Better in School." Scientific American. 30 Jan 2009. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/01/090128113246 Pica, Rae. "The Academics-Versus-Play Debate." Moving and Learning. "http://www.movingandlearning.com/Resources/Articles26.htm Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. FENTON Communications "The State of Play." Gallup Survey of Principals on School Recess (2010): 1-14. Print. AirTest: CO2 Control in School Classrooms Indoor Air 2005, MJ Mendell, GA Heath, 15: 27-52.Recognition: Many of the Images of new schools and research information provided as a courtesy of DLR Group. COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL
  • COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE? FACILITIES@CBD9.NET WWW.FACILITIES.CBD9.NET THANK YOU! COOS BAY CITY COUNCIL