Successfully reported this slideshow.

LSDS Capital Projects Community Forum 4-9-2014

446 views

Published on

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

LSDS Capital Projects Community Forum 4-9-2014

  1. 1. Laurel School District Capital Projects Community Forum Wednesday, March 26, 2014, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, 2014, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. April 30, 2014, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Laurel Intermediate Middle School Media Center John D. Ewald Superintendent of
  2. 2. This evening we will;  Review the Past  Discuss the Present  Plan for the Future
  3. 3. Items  Referendum Questions  District Enrollment  Construction Forums  Facility Conditions  Renovation Costs  Board of Education Vote
  4. 4. Review the Past Referendum Questions
  5. 5. Review the Past  Three Superintendents  Three Financial Officers  One State Financial Recovery Team  Two Referendums  Final Referendum Passed by 12 Votes
  6. 6. Review the Past 1st Referendum Question – Subsequently Did Not Pass The voters of the Laurel School District are asked to approve the issuance to fund the activities described in the following Certificates of Necessity:  New High School, Land Acquisition, New Stadium (C.N. 1116 A-G)  1116 A Planning, construction and equipping of a new 700 pupil High School to replace the existing Laurel High School on lands currently owned by the district  1116 B Acquisition of lands contiguous to lands currently owned by the district to improve entrance and egress to the High School site.  1116 C Planning, construction and equipping of a new Athletic Stadium and Track to replace the existing Laurel High School
  7. 7. Review the Past 1st Referendum Question – Subsequently Did Not Pass The voters of the Laurel School District are asked to approve the issuance to fund the activities described in the following Certificates of Necessity:  New High School, Land Acquisition, New Stadium (C.N. 1116 A-G)  1116 D Planning, construction and equipping of a new 700 pupil Middle School to replace the existing Laurel Middle School on lands currently owned by the district.  1116 E Planning, construction and equipping of a new 1,200 pupil Elementary School @ 120,817 to replace the existing North Laurel and P.L. Dunbar Elementary Schools on lands currently owned by the district, and utilizing the educational campus, school-within-a-school concepts.
  8. 8. Review the Past 1st Referendum Question – Subsequently Did Not Pass The voters of the Laurel School District are asked to approve the issuance to fund the activities described in the following Certificates of Necessity:  New High School, Land Acquisition, New Stadium (C.N. 1116 A-G)  1116 F Planning, abatement, engineering, selective demolition, renovation/restoration of the existing Laurel Middle School converting it to offices and learning resource center  1116 G Engineering, abatement, demolition and site restoration of the North Laurel Elementary School.
  9. 9. Review the Past 2nd Final Referendum Question 1 – Subsequently Did Pass The voters of the Laurel School District are asked to approve the issuance to fund the activities described in the following Certificates of Necessity:  Construction New Elementary School and Demolition Restoration and Improvements to North Laurel Elementary (C.N. 1216 D-E)  1216 D Planning, construction and equipping of a new 1200 pupil Elementary School to replace the existing North Laurel and P.L. Dunbar Elementary Schools on lands currently owned by the district and utilizing the educational campus, school-within-a-school concept.  1216 E Engineering, abatement, demolition and site restoration/improvements of the North Laurel Elementary School.  Selective Demolition of the Existing Middle School, including but not limited to the Field House and Selective Renovation of Remaining School Facilities (C.N. 1216 F) Planning, abatement, engineering and selective demolition of the existing Laurel Middle School to include but not limited to the Field House and selective renovation of remaining school
  10. 10. Review the Past  Construction New Elementary School and Demolition Restoration and Improvements to North Laurel Elementary (C.N. 1216 D-E)  1216 D Planning, construction and equipping of a new 1200 pupil Elementary School to replace the existing North Laurel and P.L. Dunbar Elementary Schools on lands currently owned by the district and utilizing the educational campus, school-within-a-school concept.  State $30,563,200  Local $ 9,651,200  Total $40,213,400
  11. 11. Review the Past  Construction New Elementary School and Demolition Restoration and Improvements to North Laurel Elementary (C.N. 1216 D-E)  1216 E Engineering, abatement, demolition and site restoration/improvements of the North Laurel Elementary School.  State $2,583,400  Local $ 815,800  Total $3,399,200
  12. 12. Review the Past  Selective Demolition of the Existing Middle School, including but not limited to the Field House and Selective Renovation of Remaining School Facilities (C.N. 1216 F) Planning, abatement, engineering and selective demolition of the existing Laurel Middle School to include but not limited to the Field House and selective renovation of remaining school facilities.  State $2,407,800  Local $ 760,400  Total $3,168,200
  13. 13. The Bid Process  Certificate of Necessity  Referendum  Vote  Bid  Ground Breaking  Construction  Release of Facility
  14. 14. Construction Forums  Laurel School District Elementary School Construction Project Community Forums  •Wednesday, October 30, 7:00 p.m., Dunbar ES  •Tuesday, November 5, 7:00 p.m., North Laurel ES  •Thursday, November 14, 7:00 p.m., Laurel IMS  •Tuesday, November 19, 7:00 p.m., Laurel HS  •Monday, November 25, 7:00 p.m., District
  15. 15. Review the Past  Questions
  16. 16. Discuss the Present District Enrollment Facilities Conditions Cost of Renovation Traffic Impact
  17. 17. Discuss the Present District Student Enrollment Grade Bands Students Fall 2013 PreKindergarten, Kindergarten, 1st Grade Dunbar ES (25:1 – 30:2) 483 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade North Laurel ES 618 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade Laurel IMS (20:1 – 31:2) 597 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade Laurel HS (19:1 – 32:1) 483
  18. 18. Discuss the Present K-5 Student Enrollment Grade Bands Students Fall 2013 Kindergarten 228 1st Grade 209 2nd Grade 203 3rd Grade 180 4th Grade 202 5th Grade 160 *As of April 4, 2014 1182
  19. 19. Discuss the Present  Facilities Conditions  Donn Steele, Supervisor, Facilities & Transportation  Referendum, Renovations & Resources  Don Zook, RY Johnson Construction  Site Capacity & Traffic Impact  Brad Hastings, Becker Morgan Architects
  20. 20. Facilities Conditions  Inventory of Existing Buildings  Upkeep  Energy Costs  Deferred Maintenance  Basic Building Science  Masonry  Mechanical  Electrical  Energy Efficiency & Moisture  Economics of Operating Existing Buildings
  21. 21. Energy Costs  FY 12 State Allotment $401,215  Natural Gas $129,564  Electricity $328,984  Total Energy $458,548  Deficit $ 57,333
  22. 22. Energy Costs  FY 13 State Allotment $300,911  Natural Gas $144,208  Electricity $304,588  Total Energy $448,796  Deficit $147885
  23. 23. Energy Costs  FY 14 State Allotment $368,464  YTD natural Gas $119,129  YTD Electricity $224,076  YTD through March $343,205
  24. 24. Building Science
  25. 25. Deferred Maintenance
  26. 26. Deferred Maintenance
  27. 27. Review the Past  Selective Demolition of the Existing Middle School, including but not limited to the Field House and Selective Renovation of Remaining School Facilities (C.N. 1216 F) Planning, abatement, engineering and selective demolition of the existing Laurel Middle School to include but not limited to the Field House and selective renovation of remaining school facilities.  State $2,407,800  Local $ 760,400  Total $3,168,200
  28. 28. Referendums, Renovations & Resources  Referendum Results  Right at the Time (2010)  Renovations’ Costs  2014  2015  2016  2017  Resources Available  Funds Available as Per 2010 Referendum
  29. 29. Site Capacity & Traffic Impact  State DOE formula for Elementary Schools:  10 Acres base + 1 Acre/100 students  1200 students = 22 Acre site recommended  North Laurel Elem. site: 14.98 acres  Laurel Intermediate site: 26.37 acres  DelDOT Process / Traffic Impact Study (TIS) Forthcoming  Separation of Buses and Cars  Stacking Space Requirements  Bus Parking Requirements
  30. 30. Discuss the Present  Questions
  31. 31. Plan for the Future  Continuous Growth in Sussex County  Requires Continuous Planning to Address Growth  Growth Planned for at the Middle High School Level  Current Enrollment at the Elementary Level  Continuous Planning Beyond Current Enrollment  Laurel Elementary School Scheduled to Open 2017
  32. 32. Questions
  33. 33. Next Steps  Sign in for this meeting.  Share your input through the input form.  Next meeting scheduled for Wednesday, April 30, 2014, Laurel IMS, Media Center, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.  Additional meetings may be scheduled.

×