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Facilities presentation bay area chamber of commerce - 26 oct 2011

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Facilities presentation bay area chamber of commerce - 26 oct 2011

  1. 1. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  2. 2. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING SHAPING THE FUTURE & DEVEOPING A COMMUNITY VISION Local businesses want to attract and retain quality employees Now is the time to invest in our educational infrastructure. CB Schools can be an asset not a liability to local businesses Our existing buildings are outdated and in need of repair or replacement We need the business communities input when determining "What do we want our schools to be?" BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  3. 3. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGSO, HOW OLD ARE OUR BUILDINGS  Harding 88  Marshfield 72  Eastside 61  Madison 58  Blossom Gulch 57  Bunker Hill 56  Millicoma 48  Sunset 18 BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  4. 4. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1939 - Marshfield Main Building OpensElsewhere in the world: Germany invades Poland, trans-Atlantic air service begins BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  5. 5. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1953/1954 - Blossom Gulch and Madison Open New $45,000 university computerElsewhere in the world:Korean War ends,Brown v. Board of Education,McCarthy Hearings in Washington BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  6. 6. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1963: Millicoma OpensElsewhere in the world:Civil Rights March on WashingtonKennedy AssassinationHostilities Increase in Vietnam BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  7. 7. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 1993 - Sunset OpensElsewhere in the world:First Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)Intel Releases Pentium ProcessorBill Clinton Inaugurated BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  8. 8. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING 2000-2011 - The World ChangesCoos Bay School Buildings Stay the Same BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  9. 9. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT TO CONSIDERAS WE DEVELOP AVISION AND A PLAN BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  10. 10. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING Campus vs Separate Schools Community Use Areas Teaching Environment Location BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  11. 11. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING SCHOOLS MUST EVOLVEThe three R’s are still CRITICAL for each student to master . . . just to survive•Reading•Writing•ArithmeticBUT, the students that SUCCEED andTHRIVE are:•Critical thinkers•Nimble communicators•Creative problem solvers•Collaborators•And most of all . . . self-confident BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  12. 12. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNING THE SCHOOLS ARE OWNED BY THE COMMUNITYNew public buildings will not only improve public service but becomepoints of community pride. BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  13. 13. COOS BAY SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES PLANNINGWHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE? We need YOU FACILITIES@CBD9.NET WWW.FACILITIES.CBD9.NET THANK YOU! BAY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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