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GHS 2005 F&D committee report

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  1. 1. FACILITIES/DEMOGRAPHICS COMMITTEE REPORT GLOUCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
  2. 2. Progress / Growth
  3. 3. County Population Growth Actual / Projected • Year Year 1.5% Projected • 99 33,900 200 05 35,000 525 • 00 34,500 600 06 36,057 533 • 01 34,780 280 07 36,598 540 • 02 35,410 630 08 37,147 548 • 03 35,400 -10 09 37,704 557 • 04 35,000 -400 2010 38,270 565
  4. 4. Gloucester County Registered Voters Year 2000 2001 Diff 2002 Diff 2003 Diff 2004 Diff Petsworth 3,506 3,634 128 3,619 -15 3,675 56 3,757 82 Ware 4,448 3,965 -483 3,956 -9 3,976 20 4,095 119 Abingdon 3,749 4,135 386 4,094 -41 4,123 29 4,242 119 York 3,593 3,620 27 3,601 -19 3,599 -2 3,632 33 Gloucester Point 3,442 3,828 386 3,731 -97 3,752 21 3,799 47 Total Reg. Voters 18,738 19,182 444 19,001 -181 19,125 124 19,525 400 County Pop. 30,131 34,780 4,649 35,000 220 35,400 400 35,000 -400 School Pop. 6,526 6,411 -115 6,350 -61 6,309 -41 6,100 -209
  5. 5. NEW CONSTRUCTION 2000/2004 • Permits Issued 974 • Total Value $119,585,226 • Total Certificates • of Occupancy 852 • Average Home Cost 2004 $166,200
  6. 6. PROPOSED NEW CONSTRUCTION IMPACT • New Subdivisions: Lots Est.Children • Twin Island Farms 15 4 • The River Club PUD 39 • Stokes Perdue 50 11 • Rivers Edge 8 • Beckwith Farms 77 16 • Sewell’s Trace 95 20 • Sarahs Cove 39 8 • Sarahs Creek 18 4 • Barrens 1200 264 • Total 1502 327
  7. 7. Upper County Proposed New Construction Impact • New Subdivisions Lots Est. # Children • Pine Mill 67 14 • Riverwatch 80 10 • Town Commons 35 7 • Hutch Creek 15 3 • Robinson’s Pond 21 5 • Total 218 39
  8. 8. Elementary School
  9. 9. Lower County Elementary Schools • Abingdon 03/04 04/05 410 410 • Achilles 03/04 04/05 • 322 310 • T. C. Walker 03/04 04/05 491 443
  10. 10. Upper County Elementary Schools • Bethel 03/04 04/05 • 534 515 • Botetourt 538 542 • Petsworth 341 348
  11. 11. Enrollment Statistics FY 2003/2004 • Year 2003 2004 Seat Avail. • Cap. Seats • Abingdon 411 410 510 100 • Achilles 322 310 472 162 • T. C. Walker 491 443 496 53 • Total 1,224 1,163 1,478 315
  12. 12. Enrollment Statistics FY 2003/2004 • Year 2003 2004 Seat Avail. • Cap. Seats • Bethel 534 515 580 65 • Botetourt 538 542 658 116 • Petsworth 341 348 388 40 • Total 1,413 1,405 1,626 221
  13. 13. Elementary Available Seat Impact • The aggregate total is 536 available seats. • Equivalent to one complete elementary school or 1 and 1/2 elementary schools with smaller populations. • Space may well be available now to remove all portables (trailers) and house all the students effected within the primary structure.
  14. 14. Elementary Population Trends 1998-2004 • Year Elementary Difference • 1998 2,966 • 1999 2,949 25 • 2000 2,821 120 • 2001 2,788 33 • 2002 2,711 77 • 2003 2,632 79 • 2004 2,568 64
  15. 15. Elementary Fall Timeline Actual / Projected 02/03-05/09 • Year Total Diff. +/ • 02/03 2,711 77 • 03/04 2,625 86 • 04/05 2,568 28 • 05/06 2,589 21 • 06/07 2,617 28 • 07/08 2,637 20 • 08/09 2,648 11
  16. 16. Elementary Schools CIP Program • Provide for increased development of school storage areas. • Ensure all sinks are modern and their stations are upgraded. • Provide adequate parking at all facilities. • Institute an Annual Facility External / Interior Maintenance Program in addition to the current CIP program initiatives.
  17. 17. Modifications Required by School • Abingdon: Upgrade cafeteria, provide more safe parking, new entry way and develop a structural design that provides for the “Quad Classrooms” to exit their rooms without passing through other classrooms but still be within a structure cover. • T.C Walker: Move forward with renovation.
  18. 18. Accountability
  19. 19. SOL Testing Progression • 2002 Lower County 2004 Grade 5 Total • Grade 3 Writing 38 56 • Eng. 61 R L R 24 68 • Math. 36 Math. 29 98 • Hist. 46 Hist. 20 40 • Sci. 39 Sci. 22 53 • 2002 Upper County 2004 Grade 5 04 • Grade 3 Writing 18 Grade 6 • Eng. 63 R L R 44 315 • Math. 41 Math. 69 • Hist. 37 Hist. 20 • Sci. 35 Sci. 31
  20. 20. Annual Division Retention Level • Year Division Grade Number • 01/02 Elem. K-5 67 • 02/03 Elem. K-5 60 • Total 127
  21. 21. Middle School Pivot Point
  22. 22. A Message from the Superintendent of Gloucester County Public Schools “Quote, There is a direct correlation between one’s education and his/her earnings potential. My desire is for all students to be successful academically and become responsible citizens able to contribute to the welfare of their community Unquote”
  23. 23. Middle School Population Trends 1998-2004 • Year Middle School Difference • 1998 1,709 • 1999 1,604 105 • 2000 1,554 50 • 2001 1,539 15 • 2002 1,539 0 • 2003 1,524 15 • 2004 1,558 34 •
  24. 24. Middle School Timeline Actual / Projected 02/03-08/09 • Year Total Diff. +/- • 02/03 1,561 2 • 03/04 1,569 8 • 04/05 1,558 11 • 05/06 1,489 69 • 06/07 1,423 66 • 07/08 1,412 11 • 08/09 1,388 24
  25. 25. Middle School Enrollment Statistics FY 2003/2004 • Year 2003 2004 Seat Avail. • Cap. Seats • Page 642 636 720 84 • Peasley 882 922 874 48
  26. 26. Accountability
  27. 27. Middle Schools GPA • Year 03/04 • GPA < 2.5 496 • C Grade 84-75 • GPA < 2.0 245 • D Grade 74-65
  28. 28. 6 Year SOL Progression Record • 99 Grade 3 01 Grade 5 04 Grade 8 • Lower County Writing 24 Writing 91 • Eng. 86 R L R 38 R L R 89 • Math. 71 Math. 58 Math. 38 • Hist. 86 Hist. 66 Hist. 76 • Sci. 61 Sci. 26 Sci. 26 • Upper County Writing 26 Alg. I 7 • Eng. 96 R L R 54 Geom. 0 • Math. 82 Math. 87 • Hist. 72 Hist. 64 Total 327 • Sci. 61 Sci. 47 • Combined Eng. 182 Writing 50 R L R 92 • Math. 153 Math. 145 • Hist. 158 Hist. 130
  29. 29. Annual Division Retention Level • Year Division Grade Number • 01/02 Middle 6-8 56 • 02/03 Middle 6-8 24 • Total 80
  30. 30. 8th Grade SOL Progression to 9th Grade • Year Year Year • 2002 2003 2004 • Tot. Stds. Tot. Stds. Tot.Stds. • 482 519 519 • Writing 121 104 91 • R L R 116 87 89 • Math. 100 89 38 • History 50 76 76 • Science 60 35 26 • Algebra I 17 0 7 • Geometry 0 0 0 • Total 464 391 327 • Sept. 9th. Grd. 592 582 620
  31. 31. Committee Recommendations The School Board actively pursue re-districting for the FY 2005/06 school year.
  32. 32. Middle School Recommendations • Leave the Victory Academy Concept intact at both Middle Schools. • Have Board re-district to maximize Page Middle enrollment. • Ensure annual maintenance is performed and budgeted to maintain structural longevity.
  33. 33. • Page Middle: Requires more classrooms, office renovation and media center. • Ensure when all renovations are accomplished all trailers have been removed and students housed within main structure.
  34. 34. SUMMARY • Continue to upgrade Abingdon and T. C. Walker Schools. • Use all available classrooms at each school to create smaller class sizes. • Pursue re-districting for the FY 2005/06 school year.
  35. 35. Gloucester County High School
  36. 36. TO BE CONTINUED GHS PRESENTATION TO BE HELD ON 11 JAN. 05

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