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Bond election power point

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  • 1. Master Facility Program Update Summary of Task Force Recommendations Presentation to: Board of Trustees August 15, 2011
  • 2. Master Facility Program Update Capital Improvements/Priorities Priority 1 - $17,079,584 Priority 2 - $17,889,709 Priority 3 - $2,489,710
  • 3.
    • Safety and Security at PK-8 Campus
    • Shared Gym for 5 th -8 th Grades
    • Shared Cafeteria for PK-8 th Grades
    • Shared Art for PK-8 th Grades
    • Shared Library for PK-8 th Grades
    • Shared Music Room/Band Hall
    • Classroom Sizes at JHS (428-667sf)
    • 4 th Grade shares Ag Building w/ HS
    • Transition Times/Distances
    • Portables (Art/Computer/Nurse)
    • Busing for Ag/Track/Football
    X X X X X X X Master Facility Program Update Additional Challenges
  • 4. Total $26,685,000 Master Facility Program Update Previous Considerations HS/MS $20,708,000 PK-5th $5,806,000 Cafeteria RR Upgrades $50,000 Fire Alarm Upgrades $121,000
  • 5.
    • First Baptist Church
    • United Methodist Church
    • Lions Club
    • Community Forum
    • Rotary Club
    • Newspaper Flyer/Survey
    • On-line Survey
    Master Facility Program Community Outreach
  • 6.
    • Did presentation clearly define needs? 105 26
    • Do recommendations resolve challenges? 31 26
    • Would you support using fund balance? 117 14
    • Would you support bond for remainder? 94 35
    • Would you support stadium improvements? 94 50
    Master Facility Program Update Survey Results
  • 7.
    • Address safety and security
    • Reduce transition time
    • Improve instructional space PK-8
    • Move Ag to High School
    • Move Junior High near High School
    • Segregation of lower grades from HS
    • Parking and student drop-off
    • Consider a 30 year planning horizon
    Two Phased Approach Master Facility Program Update Task Force Priorities
  • 8. Renovation for Office Expansion
    • Address safety and security
    • Reduce transition time
    • Improve instructional space PK-5
    • Parking and student drop-off
    • Move Ag to HS
    • Consider a 30 year planning horizon
    $8,290,626 Cafetorium PK - K Office Parking 19 Classrooms plus Art, Music and Science Master Facility Program Phase I – PK-5 th
  • 9. HS Computer Labs (2) LRC Annex HS Science Labs (2) MS Computer Labs (4)
    • Address safety and security
    • Reduce transition time
    • Improve instructional space for MS
    • Move Junior High near High School
    • Segregation of lower grades from HS
    • Parking and student drop-off
    • Consider a 30 year planning horizon
    $13,893,298 Ag MS Science Labs (4) Gym 8 MS CR’s 8 MS CR’s 8 MS CR’s Admin Master Facility Program Phase IA – 6 th -9 th
  • 10. $3,790,296 Ag MS Science Labs (4) Gym HS Computer Labs (2) LRC Annex HS Science Labs (2) 8 MS CR’s 8 MS CR’s 8 MS CR’s MS Computer Labs (4) Admin Band Multi Purpose DR Master Facility Program Phase II – 6 th -9 th Additions
  • 11. Phase I - PK-5 th / Ag to HS $8,290,626 Fund Balance Phase IA – MS to HS $13,893,298 Nov 2011 Bond Phase II – Additions to HS $3,790,296 Future Bond (Nov ’13) Estimated Tax Impact $0.11-$0.12 per $100 in Taxable Assessed Value Master Facility Program Recommendations Budget Summary and Funding Strategies
  • 12. QUESTIONS? COMMENTS? Master Facility Program Update Conclusion
  • 13. La Grange ISD – November 2011 Bond Election Schedule Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov 2011 Finalize Scope/Budget/Implementation Strategies Meeting with Task Force – August 9 Presentation of options to Board – August 15 Work with County officials on election procedures Special Board Meeting to Call Election (September 7 last day) Information to Bond Counsel / Preparation of election docs. Dec Send Summary/Questionnaire home with students – August 22 Develop bond collateral Last day to register to vote (October 10) Community meetings Early voting (Oct 24 – Nov 4) Election Day – Tuesday Nov 8

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