Proposed Elementary SchoolBoundary ChangesPresentation of Plan 0<br />Southwest Elementary SchoolFacility Use and Boundary...
Introduction<br />Starting point for FUBTF discussion<br />Proposal for meeting the four criteria for boundary changes<br ...
Assumption<br />Student population projections are from the 2009 demographic report<br />3<br />
Definitions<br />Population: The number of students who reside in a school’s attendance zone<br />Membership: The number o...
Abbreviations<br />PP:	Projected Population<br />PC:	Permanent Capacity<br />5<br />
FUBTF Boundary Criteria<br />Capacity: Achieve capacity targets that ensure efficient operation of facilities<br />Family ...
Process<br />At the last FUBTF meeting, the FUBTF decided to start the process by creating the attendance zone for the new...
Step One<br />Create Attendance Zone<br />for new<br />Southwest Elementary School<br />8<br />
2010 PP: 1,262 (143% PC)<br />2013 PP: 1,553 (176% PC)<br />9<br />
Clayton<br />10<br />
Clayton<br />Planning Areas: <br />193E, 195P, 195R, 195A<br />2010 PP: 781 (89% PC)<br />2013 PP: 895 (102% PC)	<br />)<b...
SWES<br />Planning Areas: <br />195C, 195D, PA between US Hwy 290 and FM 1826<br />2010 PP: 481 (68% PC)<br />2013 PP: 658...
SWES<br />Clayton<br />2010 PP: 481 (68% PC)<br />2013 PP: 658 (93% PC)<br />2010 PP: 781 (89% PC)<br />2013 PP: 895 (102%...
Step Two<br />Provide Relief for <br />Over-Crowded Schools:<br />Oak Hill and Mills Elementary Schools<br />14<br />
Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill...
Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill...
Oak Hill<br />2010 PP: 1,099 (128% PC)<br />2013 PP: 1,204 (140% PC)	<br />17<br />
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />149A, 149B, 149D<br />2009 PP: 21<br />2013 PP: 32<br />18<b...
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />149C, and 149E<br />2009 PP: 37<br />2013 PP: 37<br />19<br />
Oak Hill<br />Planning Areas 149F and 149G have no current or projected students<br />For all  Seven planning areas:<br />...
Oak Hill<br />Concerns:<br /><ul><li>Only 58 students would attend the SWES and then  feed to Small MS.
The SWES would open with 542 students (77% of PC) and increase to 727 students by 2013 (103% of PC)</li></ul>21<br />
Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill...
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />249B, 249E, 249A, 249D<br />23<br />
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />249B, 249E, 249A, 249D<br />2009 Projected Students: 184<br ...
Oak Hill<br /><ul><li>All 184 students would attend Patton ES and all Patton ES students would feed into Small MS.
For 2010, Patton population would increase from 644 students (70% PC) to 836 (90%); but decrease slightly to 808 (87%) by ...
Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill...
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 or Mopac from Planning Areas: <br />49O, 49M<br />27<br />
Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />49O, 49M<br />2009 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Projecte...
Oak Hill<br />Concerns:<br /><ul><li>Only 27 students would attend the Sunset Valley ES and then feed to O.Henry  MS.
For the 2010 school year, Sunset Valley ES would have 567 students (73% of PC) and increase to 628 by 2013 (81% of PC).</l...
SWES<br />Oak Hill<br />2010 PP: 542 (77% PC)<br />2013 PP: 727 (103% PC)<br />2010 PP: 816 (95% PC)<br />2013 PP: 868 (10...
Sunset Valley<br />Patton<br />2010 PP: 567 (73% PC)<br />2013 PP: 628 (81% PC)<br />2010 PP: 836 (90% PC)<br />2013 PP: 8...
Relief for Mills ES<br />Mills ES and Kiker ES<br />
Mills<br />Kiker<br />2010 Population: 1,015 (121% PC)<br />2013 Population:   990 (118% PC)	<br /><ul><li>2010 Population...
2013 population:  666 (82% PC)</li></ul>33<br />
Mills<br /><ul><li>The southern portion of planning area 96A only has access to Slaughter Lane and does not connect to adj...
 The southern portion of adjacent planning area 96H2 only has access of Beckett and does not connect to adjacent neighborh...
2009 PP: 96</li></ul>34<br />
Mills<br />35<br />
Mills<br />Three contiguous planning areas would be included: <br />96E, 96G, 96H1<br />96E has five students and planning...
Existing Mills ES and Kiker ES boundaries<br />37<br />
Mills<br />Kiker<br /><ul><li>2010 PP:  910 (109%)
2013 PP:  885 (106%)
2010 PP:  762 (94%)
2013 PP:  771 (95%)</li></ul>38<br />
Step Three<br />Increase Student Population of <br />Under – Capacity Schools:<br />Sunset Valley  and Boone Elementary Sc...
Boone<br /><ul><li>2010 Population:  491 (59%)
2013 population:  472 (56%)</li></ul>40<br />
Boone<br />Access to William Cannon Blvd and  Brodie Lane :173B and 173A<br />2009 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Projec...
Boone<br />Access to William Cannon Blvd and  BrodieLane :173B and 173A<br />2010 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Project...
Boone<br />Sunset Valley<br /><ul><li>2010 PP:  520 (62%)
2013 PP:  513 (61%)
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  1. 1. Proposed Elementary SchoolBoundary ChangesPresentation of Plan 0<br />Southwest Elementary SchoolFacility Use and Boundary Task Force<br />November 3, 2009<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Starting point for FUBTF discussion<br />Proposal for meeting the four criteria for boundary changes<br />Capacity<br />Family Impact<br />Feeder Pattern<br />Stability<br />Initiate discussion on key issues:<br />Current and projected population changes<br />Access and proximity to school<br />Neighborhood issues and concerns<br />Identify options for FUBTF decisions<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Assumption<br />Student population projections are from the 2009 demographic report<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Definitions<br />Population: The number of students who reside in a school’s attendance zone<br />Membership: The number of students who attend a school.<br />Permanent Capacity: The capacity of a school base on the number of permanent classroom and the size of the core facilities: gym, library, and cafeteria. Does not include portables.<br />Functional Capacity: The capacity of a school based on the number of permanent and portable classrooms but not including classes used for district-wide uses and Special Education classes and the size of the core facilities.<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Abbreviations<br />PP: Projected Population<br />PC: Permanent Capacity<br />5<br />
  6. 6. FUBTF Boundary Criteria<br />Capacity: Achieve capacity targets that ensure efficient operation of facilities<br />Family Impact: Affect the fewest students possible<br />Feeder pattern: Attend to the alignment of feeder patterns, as reasonable, and balanced against other criteria<br />Stability: Prevent multiple reassignment of students among schools by developing stable, long-term assignment plans<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Process<br />At the last FUBTF meeting, the FUBTF decided to start the process by creating the attendance zone for the new SWES<br />The first step will focus on relieving Clayton ES<br />The presentation of Plan 0 will be provided in three steps.<br />Create the attendance zone for the new SWES<br />Provide relief for over-crowded schools<br />Increase student population at under-capacity schools<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Step One<br />Create Attendance Zone<br />for new<br />Southwest Elementary School<br />8<br />
  9. 9. 2010 PP: 1,262 (143% PC)<br />2013 PP: 1,553 (176% PC)<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Clayton<br />10<br />
  11. 11. Clayton<br />Planning Areas: <br />193E, 195P, 195R, 195A<br />2010 PP: 781 (89% PC)<br />2013 PP: 895 (102% PC) <br />)<br />11<br />
  12. 12. SWES<br />Planning Areas: <br />195C, 195D, PA between US Hwy 290 and FM 1826<br />2010 PP: 481 (68% PC)<br />2013 PP: 658 (93% PC)<br />12<br />
  13. 13. SWES<br />Clayton<br />2010 PP: 481 (68% PC)<br />2013 PP: 658 (93% PC)<br />2010 PP: 781 (89% PC)<br />2013 PP: 895 (102% PC) <br />)<br />13<br />
  14. 14. Step Two<br />Provide Relief for <br />Over-Crowded Schools:<br />Oak Hill and Mills Elementary Schools<br />14<br />
  15. 15. Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill ES and Sunset Valley ES<br />
  16. 16. Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill ES and Sunset Valley ES<br />
  17. 17. Oak Hill<br />2010 PP: 1,099 (128% PC)<br />2013 PP: 1,204 (140% PC) <br />17<br />
  18. 18. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />149A, 149B, 149D<br />2009 PP: 21<br />2013 PP: 32<br />18<br />
  19. 19. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />149C, and 149E<br />2009 PP: 37<br />2013 PP: 37<br />19<br />
  20. 20. Oak Hill<br />Planning Areas 149F and 149G have no current or projected students<br />For all Seven planning areas:<br />2009 PP: 58<br />2013 PP: 69<br />20<br />
  21. 21. Oak Hill<br />Concerns:<br /><ul><li>Only 58 students would attend the SWES and then feed to Small MS.
  22. 22. The SWES would open with 542 students (77% of PC) and increase to 727 students by 2013 (103% of PC)</li></ul>21<br />
  23. 23. Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill ES and Sunset Valley ES<br />
  24. 24. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />249B, 249E, 249A, 249D<br />23<br />
  25. 25. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />249B, 249E, 249A, 249D<br />2009 Projected Students: 184<br />2013 Projected Students: 224<br />24<br />
  26. 26. Oak Hill<br /><ul><li>All 184 students would attend Patton ES and all Patton ES students would feed into Small MS.
  27. 27. For 2010, Patton population would increase from 644 students (70% PC) to 836 (90%); but decrease slightly to 808 (87%) by 2013.</li></ul>25<br />
  28. 28. Relief for Oak Hill ES<br />Option1: Oak Hill ES and SWES<br />Option 2: Oak Hill ES and Patton ES<br />Option 3: Oak Hill ES and Sunset Valley ES<br />
  29. 29. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 or Mopac from Planning Areas: <br />49O, 49M<br />27<br />
  30. 30. Oak Hill<br />Access to US Hwy 290 from Planning Areas: <br />49O, 49M<br />2009 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Projected Students: 43<br />28<br />
  31. 31. Oak Hill<br />Concerns:<br /><ul><li>Only 27 students would attend the Sunset Valley ES and then feed to O.Henry MS.
  32. 32. For the 2010 school year, Sunset Valley ES would have 567 students (73% of PC) and increase to 628 by 2013 (81% of PC).</li></ul>29<br />
  33. 33. SWES<br />Oak Hill<br />2010 PP: 542 (77% PC)<br />2013 PP: 727 (103% PC)<br />2010 PP: 816 (95% PC)<br />2013 PP: 868 (101% PC)<br />30<br />
  34. 34. Sunset Valley<br />Patton<br />2010 PP: 567 (73% PC)<br />2013 PP: 628 (81% PC)<br />2010 PP: 836 (90% PC)<br />2013 PP: 808 (101% PC)<br />31<br />
  35. 35. Relief for Mills ES<br />Mills ES and Kiker ES<br />
  36. 36. Mills<br />Kiker<br />2010 Population: 1,015 (121% PC)<br />2013 Population: 990 (118% PC) <br /><ul><li>2010 Population: 657 (81% PC)
  37. 37. 2013 population: 666 (82% PC)</li></ul>33<br />
  38. 38. Mills<br /><ul><li>The southern portion of planning area 96A only has access to Slaughter Lane and does not connect to adjacent neighborhoods.
  39. 39. The southern portion of adjacent planning area 96H2 only has access of Beckett and does not connect to adjacent neighborhoods.
  40. 40. 2009 PP: 96</li></ul>34<br />
  41. 41. Mills<br />35<br />
  42. 42. Mills<br />Three contiguous planning areas would be included: <br />96E, 96G, 96H1<br />96E has five students and planning areas 96G and 96H1 have no students.<br />36<br />
  43. 43. Existing Mills ES and Kiker ES boundaries<br />37<br />
  44. 44. Mills<br />Kiker<br /><ul><li>2010 PP: 910 (109%)
  45. 45. 2013 PP: 885 (106%)
  46. 46. 2010 PP: 762 (94%)
  47. 47. 2013 PP: 771 (95%)</li></ul>38<br />
  48. 48. Step Three<br />Increase Student Population of <br />Under – Capacity Schools:<br />Sunset Valley and Boone Elementary Schools<br />39<br />
  49. 49. Boone<br /><ul><li>2010 Population: 491 (59%)
  50. 50. 2013 population: 472 (56%)</li></ul>40<br />
  51. 51. Boone<br />Access to William Cannon Blvd and Brodie Lane :173B and 173A<br />2009 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Projected Students: 43<br />41<br />
  52. 52. Boone<br />Access to William Cannon Blvd and BrodieLane :173B and 173A<br />2010 Projected Students: 27<br />2013 Projected Students: 41<br />42<br />
  53. 53. Boone<br />Sunset Valley<br /><ul><li>2010 PP: 520 (62%)
  54. 54. 2013 PP: 513 (61%)
  55. 55. 2010 PP: 541 (70%)
  56. 56. 2013 PP: 587 (76%)</li></ul>43<br />
  57. 57. Overview<br />44<br />
  58. 58. Existing<br />Boundaries<br />45<br />
  59. 59. 46<br />
  60. 60. Criteria<br />Capacity: Achieve capacity targets that ensure efficient operation of facilities<br />Family Impact: Affect the fewest students possible<br />Feeder pattern: Attend to the alignment of feeder patterns, as reasonable, and balanced against other criteria<br />Stability: Prevent multiple reassignment of students among schools by developing stable, long-term assignment plans<br />47<br />
  61. 61. Criteria 1: Capacity<br />48<br />
  62. 62. 2010-11 School Year:<br />Existing vs. Plan 0 Boundaries<br />49<br />
  63. 63. 2013-14 School Year:<br />Existing vs. Plan 0 Boundaries<br />50<br />
  64. 64. Criteria 1: Capacity<br />Seven of eight schools remain within 75% to 115% of permanent capacity by the 2013-14 school year<br />The most crowded school is Mills ES is at 106% but its population begins to slowly decrease<br />51<br />
  65. 65. Criteria 2: Family ImpactCriteria 4: Stability<br />Changes between Sunset Valley ES and Boone ES <br />52<br />
  66. 66. Criteria 3: Feeder Pattern<br />Oak Hill to SWES<br />Oak Hill to Sunset Valley ES<br />53<br />
  67. 67. Questions/Comments<br />54<br />
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