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    • FACILITY USE AND BOUNDARY TASK FORCE ORIENTATION FOR THE NEW SOUTHWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Austin Independent School District
    • FUBTF Charge
      • The Facility Use and Boundary Task Force (FUBTF) will assist the superintendent in applying criteria for student assignments that support student success and maximizes the utilization of AISD facilities.
      • The FUBTF is charged with the responsibility to prepare a recommendation for the attendance zone for the Southwest Elementary School and to address over-crowding and under-utilized schools in the area
    • Values
      • The Task Force acts on behalf of the entire AISD community.
      •   The Task Force believes all students have equal inherent worth.
      •   The Task Force solicits information and expertise from appropriate sources when needed.
      •   Task Force members are respectful of each other’s viewpoints.
      •   The Task Force members accept and support decisions made by the majority and respect minority viewpoints.
      •   Task Force meetings are conducted in an orderly, efficient manner that allows for sufficient discussion.
    • Criteria
      • Achieve capacity targets that ensure efficient operation of facilities
      • Affect the fewest students possible
      • Attend to the alignment of feeder patterns, as reasonable, and balanced against the other criteria
      • Prevent multiple reassignment of students among schools by developing stable, long-term assignment plans
    • Membership
      • Ten core members that are representative of the AISD community and,
      • Durational geographic members from each affected school who will serve during the duration of charges directly affecting a specific area of residence
    • FUBTF Core Members
      • Helen Miller – District 1
      • Geneva Oliva – District 2
      • Anna Menchaca – District 3
      • Heath Hignight – District 4
      • Kathy Mauro – District 5
      • Belinda Aleman – District 6
      • Linda Klar – District 7
      • Rebecca Bernhardt – District 8
      • Kathleen Schneeman – District 9
      • Pat Epstein – Superintendent
    • SWES Geographic Members
      • Heather Sanchez - Boone ES
      • Jennifer Waits - Boone ES
      • Matt Devlin - Clayton ES
      • Susan Haddad - Clayton ES
      • Tammy Henderson - Cowan ES
      • Lynn Styles - Cowan ES
      • Scott Logan - Kiker ES
      • Kristi Samon - Kiker ES
      • Lisa Chatham - Mills ES
      • Michelle Moon-Reinhardt - Mills ES
      • Molly Austin - Oak Hill ES
      • Cathy Cox - Oak Hill ES
      • Jennifer Newell - Patton ES
      • Gary Anderson - Patton ES
      • David Segura - Sunset Valley ES
      • Molly Wentworth- Sunset Valley ES
    • Demographic Projections
      • Demographic consultant
      • Annual Demographic Report
        • Mid-year report
      • Methodology
        • Student Data set
        • Metro Study for residential development activity
        • Cohort survival
        • Zip code birth rate
    • Major Residential Trends
      • Traditional residential development
      • Residential infill
      • Multi-family density
    • Attendance Zone Population
      • Attendance zone population is the number of AISD students who live in the school’s attendance zone, whether they go to that particular school or not.
      • The actual attendance zone population is based on real data obtained from the student data set.
      • The projected attendance zone population combines the actual attendance zone population and development data.
      • Every year, five year projections are developed for every grade and every planning reporting area.
    • Membership
      • Membership is defined as the number of students enrolled at a school
      • Due to the number of transfer students, a school’s membership and its attendance zone population are usually not equal
    • Capacity vs. Utilization
      • Capacity: The number of students a school is designed to hold
      • Utilization: How the classrooms on a campus are being used
    • Measuring Capacity
      • Permanent capacity of an elementary school: (Number of Permanent Classrooms) X (22 Students)
      • This number is compared to a capacity calculated for the core facilities of the campus. The lower of the two numbers is used as the permanent capacity of the campus.
      • Core capacity of an elementary school: (Total Core Square Footage) X (880)/10,000)
      • The core facility of an 880-student elementary school should have an area 10,000 square feet.
    • Commonly Use Terms
      • Permanent Classroom -Classrooms within the building
      • Portable -Temporary classrooms
      • Educational Specifications (Ed specs) -District standards for campus programs and facilities.
      • Core facility - cafeteria, library, gym
      • Special use areas -special education, multipurpose, art, music, computer lab
    • Student Transfers
      • First Come, First Served
        • General
        • Curriculum
        • Some schools are “frozen” to transfers
      • Victim of Bullying
      • Diversity Choice
    • Student Transfers
      • Priority Transfers
        • Sibling
        • Tracking
        • Majority to Minority
        • Magnet Programs
      • Special Education
      • Sibling
      • School Performance related
      • The cumulative total of all transfers at a school is the “net-migration”.
    • 2009-10 Membership
      • Clayton 128%*
      • Cowan 105%
      • Mills 129%
      • Oak Hill 117%
      • * without Kindergarten adjustments for the 2009-10 school year
      • Boone 58%
      • Kiker 91%*
      • Patton 82%
      • Sunset Valley 60%
      • * without Kindergarten adjustments for the 2009-10 school year
      • Over Capacity
      • Under Capacity
    • 2012-13 Projected Population
      • Clayton H 176%
      • Cowan G 102%
      • Mills G 118%
      • Oak Hill H 140%
      • Boone G 56%
      • Kiker G 82%
      • Patton G 63%
      • Sunset Valley H 76%
      • Over Capacity
      • Under Capacity
    • Current Boundaries
    • Questions and Answers