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Community meetings presentation1

  1. 1. Community Meetings Purpose•  Explain Facilities Task Force process and factors leading upto original recommendation to the Board of Education. !•  Present possible options regarding our elementary schools!•  New construction or renovations of existing schools!•  Possible reconfiguration of elementary schools in Milton!•  Possible re-drawing of boundary lines!!•  Opportunity for community to provide feedback, additionalideas!!
  2. 2. Cape Henlopen School DistrictFacilities Task ForcePhase III
  3. 3. Committee Members•  Brian Bassett*•  Kevin Burdette•  Vivian Bush*•  Jeff Conrad*•  Marcy DeEmedio•  Robert Fulton*•  Cristy Greaves*•  Nancy Hawpe•  Sam Johnson*•  Anna Moshier•  Kevin Mumford*•  Trish Mumford*•  Alison Myers•  Jenny Nauman*•  Thomas W. Ott•  Roni Posner*•  Bobbie Redefer*•  David Robinson•  Rich Steiman•  Chris Weeks•  Alison White•  Sara Wilkinson*•  Tyrone Woodyard* Cape School District Employee or Board Member
  4. 4. Task Force Mission" To recommend to the Cape Henlopen Board of Education apositive educational physical environment for the students inthe twenty-first century congruent with the needs and desiresof students, staff, parents, and the community. To this end, theplan would recognize that rapid change and unforeseeabledemands of the future require flexibility for educationalphysical environment needs.
  5. 5. Task Force Meetings 2013•  May 22, 2012 (District Office)•  June 12, 2012 (Rehoboth Elementary Library)•  July 10, 2012 (Milton Elementary School)•  August 7 (Shields Elementary Library)•  September 10, 2012 (H.O.B. Elementary Library)•  October 9, 2012 (Mariner Middle Library)•  November 13, 2012 (District Office)•  December 10, 2012 (Fred Thomas Building Cafeteria)•  January 3, 2013 (Lewes School Library)•  January 30, 2013 (Lewes School Library)•  February 13, 2013 (Lewes School Library)•  All meeting minutes are on district website
  6. 6. Timeline / Progression" Task Force Selection for Phase III" Meetings/Deliberations" Recommendation to the School Board" Presentations to Community" Major Capital Improvement Submittal/DOE approval/CN" Referendum" Engineering and Design" Construction" Occupancy...
  7. 7. 20 Year Facility Plan" Facilities Task Force appointedby the Board of Education in1997" Recommendations wereadopted by the Board in 1999" Planned for three phases offacility task force committees" Recommended buildingenrollments" K – 5th 400-600 students" 6th – 8th 500-700 students" 9th – 12th 1,500 students
  8. 8. Phase I - Completed" Constructed 2 new middle schools" Referendum 1999, building occupation 2004" Made all elementary schools K - 5" Re-drew attendance lines" Continued use of Lewes building
  9. 9. Phase II - Completed" Construction of new high school" Occupied 2009" Upgraded athletic fields - middle and high school" Replaced boilers at 4 elementary schools" Addressed security needs at all schools" Additions to elementary schools to address full daykindergarten space issues
  10. 10. Phase III - Not Complete" Time Frame - 12 - 19 years from 1999 adoption" Renovation / construction of elementary schools" Consortium facilities" Suggestions from past task force:" New K - 5 schools" Renovate Shields for the Consortium" Alternative use for Fred Thomas Building
  11. 11. Cape Henlopen EnrollmentHistory" 1999 – 4,223 students" 2002 – 4,256 students" 2005 - 4,371 students" 2009 - 4,560 students" 2010 - 4,634 students" 2011 - 4,845 students (Phase II task force population studyfrom 2007 projected this number would be 4,512 students)" 2012 – 4,930 students (10 year difference of 674 students)
  12. 12. Modular ClassroomsBMS – 4 rooms!MMS – 4 rooms!MES – 2 rooms!HOB – 2 rooms!Shields – 4 rooms !RES – 7 rooms!CHHS – 0 rooms!RSE – 4 rooms!(plus 5th grade !at Lewes Building)!Renting a used 2 classroom modular building costsapproximately $128,000 over the 5 year lease period. Thisincludes rent, furniture, electric hookup, ADA ramps, etc!
  13. 13. DOE 2007 STUDY - DELAWARE SCHOOL DISTRICTENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS:2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 %change05 to 30#change05 to 30CAPE 4,311 4,670 5,228 5,939 6,476 6,890 59.8% 2,579Delmar 1,061 1,243 1,230 1,291 1,321 1,365 28.7% 304Indian River 7,802 9,068 9,517 10,155 10,957 11,579 48.4% 3,778Laurel 2,040 2,047 2,102 2,255 2,350 2,428 19% 388Seaford 3,376 3,529 3,633 3,805 3,984 4,127 22.2% 750Woodbridge 1,938 2,071 2,218 2,429 2,569 2,700 39.3% 762
  14. 14. Population Study•  Cape Henlopen School District has contracted with theUniversity of Delaware Center for Applied Demographyand Survey Research•  The study will forecast student enrollment for the next 20years•  The report will be presented as a 1st draft to the SchoolBoard on May 23, 2013
  15. 15. Average Age of CapeBuildings" Elementary Schools - 60 yrs" Middle Schools - 9 yrs" High School - 3 yrs" Consortium - 91 yrs
  16. 16. Building! Year of Construction! Age! Sq. Footage!Fred Thomas Bldg! 1921! 91! 22,275!Lewes School! 1921! 91! 98,500!Milton Elem! 1931! 81! 82,926!Rehoboth Elem - Big! 1939! 73! 51,300!Rehoboth Elem - small! 1959! 53! 28,195!Shields Elem! 1966! 46! 79,150!H.O.Brittingham Elem! 1966! 46! 71,284!District Office! 1989! 23! 7,500!Beacon Middle! 2003! 9! 67,165!Mariner Middle! 2003! 9! 75,165!Cape High School! 2009! 3! 216,956!
  17. 17. Beacon Middle School" Built in 2003" 67,165 sq ft / 30 acres" Capacity - 475 students" Core areas of buildingbuilt to accommodateexpansion to 700students
  18. 18. Beacon Middle School
  19. 19. Mariner Middle School" Built in 2003" 6 additional roomsadded 2004 for SussexConsortium" 75,165 sq ft / 35 acres" Capacity – 565" Core areas of buildingbuilt to accommodateexpansion to 700students
  20. 20. Mariner Middle School
  21. 21. Cape Henlopen High School" Built in 2009" 216,956 sq ft / 66.43 acres" Capacity - 1,400 students
  22. 22. Cape Henlopen High School
  23. 23. H.O.Brittingham Elementary" Built in 1966" Additions built in1987, 1995, 2007" 71,284 sq ft / 25.1acres" Capacity - 553students
  24. 24. HOB Elementary
  25. 25. Lewes School" Built in 1921" Additions in 1932, 1957,1962" Renovation 1986" 95,000 sq ft / 18.76 acres" Capacity - 553
  26. 26. Shields Elementary" Built in 1966" Additions in 1987,1994, 2007" 79,150 sq ft /10.49 acres" Capacity - 635students
  27. 27. Shields Elementary and Lewes School
  28. 28. Milton Elementary" Built in 1931" Additions in 1965,2007" Renovation in1986" 82,926 sq ft / 16.89acres" Capacity - 560students
  29. 29. Milton Elementary School
  30. 30. Rehoboth Elementary – Big Building" Built in 1939" Addition in 1952" Renovation in 1986" 51,300 sq ft / 24.74acres shared withlittle building" Capacity - 593combined with littlebuilding
  31. 31. Rehoboth Elementary - Little Bldg" Built in 1959" Addition in 2007" 28,195 sq ft
  32. 32. Rehoboth Elementary School
  33. 33. Sussex Consortium - Fred Thomas Building" Built in 1921" Additions andrenovation in1958 & 1989" 22,275 sq ft /10.52 acres" Capacity – 97students
  34. 34. Sussex Consortium
  35. 35. Tetra Tech was hired to perform the following:1.  Analyze the feasibility of replacement schools on existingelementary school sites.2.  Analyze the feasibility of expanding and renovating theexisting elementary schools.3.  Cost comparison of new elementary schools vs renovationand expansion.Elementary School EvaluationsReplacement vs Renovation/Expansion
  36. 36. The Tetra Tech report indicated the following:•  DOE uses a Facility Condition Index to determine ifrenovation is an option•  FCI = renovation/replacement•  If result is above .50 it is more cost effect to construct new andDOE will not approve renovation•  All Cape current school sites are suitable for constructionand example site plans were distributed
  37. 37. Renovations to existing Schools would include:• New Mechanical (HVAC) systems including air conditioning inclassrooms.• New Plumbing systems including ADA upgrades• ADA upgrades including, adding ramp(s) to stage, addingelevator(s) for accessibility between floors, door and toilet roomupgrades to meet accessibility clearance requirements.• New Electrical systems – Lighting, service upgrade, etc.• New Window and Doors.• New finishes – Flooring, Ceiling, Painting, Lockers/ Cubbies, etc.• Roofing - Replace and/ or Repair• etcRenovation Scope
  38. 38. •  Middle school expansion:•  Mariner – 7,200 sf total project cost = $2,038,000•  Beacon – 14,400 sf total project cost = $4,076,200Elementary school estimates are based on 840 student size schools.Renovation costs and new construction costs will be less for 700student size school!Cost Analysis
  39. 39. Task Force Proposal tothe School Board
  40. 40. Why Build New Buildings and/or Renovate?•  Projected student population growth•  Antiquated and overcrowded elementary buildings•  Current elementary buildings will require more repairs thanour Minor Capital budget can afford•  Asbestos, internal piping and wiring, roof replacement(MES), window air conditioners, etc.•  Safety concerns•  Outside areas (modulars, RSE 5th grade wing, Big andLittle Rehoboth buildings), main entrance security, camerasystems, no sprinkler systems•  Provide facilities for the 21st Century that emphasize safety,technology, state of the art educational opportunities, energyefficiency, ADA compliance and community access
  41. 41. The Average Size for New Elementary and MiddleSchools in 2008 and 2010According to School Planning and Managements School Construction Report theaverage size for schools were as follows:Elementary schoolSP&M 2008 - 80,500 sq.ft. (700 students)SP&M 2010 - 75,000 sq.ft. (600 students)Middle schoolSP&M 2008 - 120,000 sq.ft. (900 students)2010 - 140,000 sq.ft. (936 students)SOURCES:2009 School Construction Report; School Planning and Management, Feb 2009;http://www.peterli.com/spm/pdfs/SPM-2009-02-SUPPLEMENT.pdf>2009 School Construction Report; School Planning and Management, Feb 2011;!
  42. 42. Prior to Construction•  Relocate Sussex Consortium from Fred Thomas Buildingto Lewes School•  This would only include the current students at Fred Thomas Building,not the consortium students located at our other school buildings•  Sussex Consortium currently uses 70% of the Lewes school toeffectively meet the needs of their students. This move would beadvantageous to the program and allow the district to continue the useof the Lewes building.•  Relocate Administrative Services Departments to FredThomas Building•  Child Nutrition, Facilities, & Transportation departments
  43. 43. Phase 1" Construct a new 5thElementary School (700students) on land to bepurchased on westernside of school district –Priority 1" Redistricting for allElementary Schoolswould occur at thistime" Expand Beacon MiddleSchool (12 classrooms)and Mariner MiddleSchool (6 classrooms)" Construct a new ShieldsElementary School (700students) on land behindthe Lewes School. Savecurrent Shields buildingfor construction swingspace in Phase 2.
  44. 44. Phase 2" Move Milton Elementary staffand students to the old ShieldsElementary school. This willallow construction to begin onmajor renovation to MiltonElementary School." Major renovation to existingMilton Elementary School." Building will keep frontexterior, gymnasium, terrazzofloors and auditorium." Remainder of building will begutted and redesigned with anew floor plan and willaccommodate 700 students." A new traffic pattern can becreated in front of school forbetter school bus parking.
  45. 45. Phase 3" Construct a new H.O.Brittingham Elementary School (700students) on current H.O.B. property. Demo current H.O.Bbuilding after construction." Construct a new Rehoboth Elementary School (700 students) oncurrent Rehoboth Elementary property. Demo both currentbuildings on Rehoboth property after construction." Possibility of constructing new RES school to attach to current RehobothBig Building and keep Auditorium and Gym?" Demo old Shields Elementary building after construction. Use landfor transportation lot or athletic fields?
  46. 46. Phase  3  Phase  1   Phase  2  Task  Force  Construc/on  Timeline  (DRAFT  ONLY)    Complete  major  renova/on  to  current  Milton  Elementary  School  (700  student  size  building)              Expand  middle  schools:  BMS  –  12  rooms  MMS  –  6  rooms    Construct  new  Shields  Elementary  (700  students)  on  current  property  behind  Lewes  School            Construct  new  5th  elementary  school  (700  students)  on  land  to  be  purchased  on  western  side  of  School  District  &  Redistrict  all  Elementary  Schools    Construct  new  Rehoboth  Elementary  (700  students)  on  current  Rehoboth  property.    Demo  both  old  buildings  aVer  construc/on  is  complete.      Demo  old  Shields  building  and  use  for  transporta/on  lot  or  athle/c  fields?      Relocate  Milton  Elementary  staff  and  students  to  the  vacant  old  Shields  Elementary  for  renova/ons  to  occur  on  current  MES.      Construct  new  H.O.Bri[ngham  Elementary  (700  students)  on  current  HOB  property.    Demo  old  building  aVer  construc/on  is  complete.  
  47. 47. PRIORITIZE REQUEST•  Per the Department of Education, we will need toprioritize our Major Capital request. There is a possibilityonly part of the request would be approved at this time•  The Task Force Committee believes the first priorityshould be constructing the new 5th elementary school onnew land and expanding the two middle schools•  This would give immediate relief to overcrowding at all 4elementary school and both middle schools and allow us toremove our modular classrooms
  48. 48. AdditionalRecommendations•  Reconfiguration of MES/HOB – K-2 and 3-5•  Middle School Expansion•  Build 5th Elementary School•  Renovations to MES•  New construction at RES, RSE, & HOBOther Suggestions:•  Change Attendance Patterns for Elementary Schools inMilton? Other Schools?
  49. 49. QUESTIONS?

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