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    • M A S T E R P L A N N I N G
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School Size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
    • Financial Information
    • Scenario 1 – Best Case – Budget Projections 2.23% 6.04% 9.27% 12.05% 13.36% Fund Balance as % of GF Expenses 2,008,998 5,299,977 7,923,092 9,997,066 11,409,563 Fund Balance June 30 -3,290,979 -2,623,115 -2,073,975 -1,412,497 -1,492,778 Annual Surplus(Deficit) 90,183,701 87,764,474 85,462,677 82,982,216 80,438,466 Expenditures $86,892,722 $85,141,359 $83,388,703 $81,569,719 $78,945,688 Revenues 2009-2010 2008-2009 2007-2008 Current 2006-2007 Prior 2005-2006
    • Recent Statewide Information
      • Recent reports from the State Senate and House Fiscal agencies indicate that the school aid fund may be $300 million short of projections which equates to approximately $180 per pupil.
      • Governor Granholm said that she would deal with this crisis in January and February, after the books are closed.
      83 68 43 Fund Balance Under 5% 41 30 19 Fund Balance Under 2% 20 14 10 In Deficit 2005-2006 2004-2005 2003-2004 Public School Districts…
    • Scenario 2 – Modifies Best Case by Adjusting Current Year Revenues Down by $180/Pupil -6.31% -0.56% 4.74% 9.71% 13.36% Fund Balance as % of GF Expenses -5,692,796 -489,827 4,054,222 8,058,518 11,409,563 Fund Balance June 30 -5,202,969 -4,544,049 -4,004,296 -3,351,045 -1,492,778 Annual Surplus(Deficit) 90,183,701 87,764,474 85,462,677 82,982,216 80,438,466 Expenditures $84,980,732 $83,220,425 $81,458,381 $79,631,171 $78,945,688 Revenues 2009-2010 2008-2009 2007-2008 Current 2006-2007 Prior 2005-2006
    • TCAPS Fund Balance
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    • Enrollment Slides by TCAPS go here.
    • Enrollment Slides by TCAPS go here.
    • Traverse City Area Public Schools 2006 Glenn Loomis Courtade ES Westwood ES Long Lake ES Interlochen Community School Willow Hill ES East JHS West SHS West JHS Traverse City HS Traverse Heights ES Blair ES Old Mission Peninsula School Norris ES Bertha Vos Elementary Central HS Eastern ES Central Grade School Silver Lake ES Cherry Knoll ES
    • Elementary Schools
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    • Secondary Schools
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    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
    • Grade Configuration K-6, 7-9, 10-12 K-5, 6-8, 9-12 K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 K-8, 9-12
    • K-6, 7-9, 10-12
      • Current Grade Configuration
      • Requires two transitions
      • Used by 3 districts in Michigan
      • 10 districts use 7-9 junior high schools
      • Excess Enrollment Capacity in Elementary Facilities
      • No new construction required to accommodate capacity.
      • Requires two transitions
      • Used by 170 districts in Michigan
      • Used by 70% of districts of comparable size.
      • Increases Excess Capacity in Elementary Facilities
      • New construction may be required at Central, West Senior High and Traverse City HS
      K-5, 6-8, 9-12
      • Requires three transitions
      • Used by 29 districts in Michigan
      • Allows focus on age appropriate curriculum
      • Increases transportation costs
      • Increases staffing savings (split support)
      K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
      • Increases Excess Capacity in Elementary Facilities
      • New construction may be required at Central, West Senior High and Traverse City HS
      K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12
      • Requires one transition
      • K-8 used by 29 districts in Michigan
      • Most elementary schools can be converted to K-8 schools
      • EJH and WJH become K-8 schools with 1350 students each.
      • Extensive facility changes required
      • New construction may be required at Central, West Senior High and Traverse City HS
      K-8, 9-12
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
    • Expectations for the Steering Committee and its Members Thoroughly study the different issues confronting TCAPS at this time.
    • Develop an understanding of the variables and help the general public to also understand. Expectations for the Steering Committee and its Members
    • Create viable options to address the issues confronting the system. Expectations for the Steering Committee and its Members
    • Gather public input on the possible options. Expectations for the Steering Committee and its Members
    • Make recommendations to the Superintendent within 6 to 9 months for improving our schools. Expectations for the Steering Committee and its Members
    • Process versus Product
    • Process versus Product
    • Process versus Product
    • The Charge from the Board of Education
      • Analyze operation of schools with different grade configurations,
      • due to changing graduation requirements and other factors
    • The Charge from the Board of Education
      • Develop long-term facility and capacity plans to support demographic and program changes
    • The Charge from the Board of Education
      • Analyze efficiency and effectiveness of buildings relative to enrollment, programs, and resources
    • The Charge from the Board of Education
      • Re-examine the order and scope of elementary school bond reconstruction plan relative to new findings
    • The Charge from the Board of Education
      • Identify and plan for
      • other factors impacting education in Traverse City.
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting January 11, 2007 Welcome Committee Work: Create Options for Community Forum 2 Programming Options Grade Configuration Options School Size Options and Facility Options Report Out Committee Work: Refine Options
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
      • Curriculum
      • Funding
      • Class Size
      • Grade Configuration
      • Graduation Requirements
      • Montessori/TAG
      Community Forum Question #1 Most discussed topics 198 77 63 62 54 54
      • Keep class sizes small
      • Elementary class sizes are too large
      Comments noted most Often: Community Forum Question #2
      • Programming
      • Funding
      • Facilities
      • Grade Configuration
      • Graduation Requirements
      70 69 68 64 60 Prioritized Topics Community Forum Question #2
      • Offer multiple options to meet the needs of all students:
      • Traditional, Montessori, Looping, Multi-age, Way to Grow, TAG
      • Provide all day kindergarten
      Programming Community Forum Question #2
      • Equity in State funding
      • Efficiency of operations
      • “ How can we cut $ without taking from our children?”
      Funding Community Forum Question #2
      • Efficiency-keep what TCAPS can afford to maintain and close all schools at the same time.
      • Keep walkable neighborhood schools
      • Montessori and TAG should not expand at the expense of Central Grade School
      • Consolidate small elem. schools – many benefits to larger schools as long class size stays small
      • Magnet Schools
      Facilities Community Forum Question #2
      • K-5, 6-8, 9-12
      • Don’t base decision on financial concerns, but what is best educationally and socially
      Grade Configuration Community Forum Question #2
      • Preserve electives
      • Maintain breadth and depth of curriculum and still meet requirements
      Graduation Requirements Community Forum Question #2
      • TAG and Montessori
      • School size and Facility Options
      • Grade Configuration
      Community Forum #2 Topics for Community Forum 2 There are financial implications to all these options
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting January 11, 2007 Welcome Committee Work: Create Options for Community Forum 2 TAG and Montessori (Site Locations) Grade Configuration Options School Size Options and Facility Options Report Out Committee Work: Refine Options
    • Long Range Master Plan Steering Committee Meeting December 4, 2006 Welcome Finance, Enrollment, and Facilities Grade Configuration Process versus Product Summary of Community Forum 1 & Focus Groups Community Dialogue: TAG and Montessori (Site Location) School size and Evaluating Facility Usage Grade Configuration
    • M A S T E R P L A N N I N G
    • Elementary Schools
    • 15 Schools + Capacities 325 325 350 375 350 425 325 375 375 825 375 350 425 475 350
    • Secondary Schools
    • 5 Secondary Schools + Capacity 1440 1620 360 1440 1665
    • K-8 - 6828 in 2010 225 450 225 450 450 675 450 450 450 450 1350 1350
    • Elementary Schools by Facility Score 3.49 3.76 3.49 6.86 6.91 3.40 3.87 6.93 3.63 2.79 8.73 8.55 3.47 8.89 3.05
    • Elementary Schools by Size of Site 5.0 45.0 12.0 13.5 15.0 6.0 10.0 16.0 13.5 4.4 16.1 9.0 5.3 14.0 4.6
    • Elementary Schools by Excess Capacity 26% 21% -2% 8% -2% 12% 4% 25% -2% 14% 16% 37% 22% 52% 23%
    • K-6 Enrollment in 2007 - 5038 350 325 375 425 350 325 375 475 350 325 375 825 375 350 425
    • K-6 Enrollment in 2010 - 5278 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 28 525 525 525 525 28
    • K-5 Enrollment in 2007 - 4363 350 325 375 425 350 325 375 475 350 325 375 825 375 350 425
    • K-5 Enrollment in 2010 - 4556 525 525 356 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525
    • K-5 Enrollment in 2010 - 4556 450 450 450 525 450 450 450 525 450 450 56 525 450 450 525 56
    • XXXXXXXX 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525
    • 0 450 475 450 0 350 1440 1440 1620 360 450 450 325 0 0 1665 325 450 450 450 Traverse City Area Public Schools 2007 K-5, 4363 enrollment, 450 Capacity Schools
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    • Average Score: 3.40 out of 10 Scores Building and Site only. This number does not score the Staff or the Program
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    • K-5 – 4553 in 2010 300 450 450 300 450 450 600 450 450 450 450