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APRIL 7, 2009 REFERENDUM PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION ON FEBRUARY 11, 2009
Thank You Referendum DESIGN Committee Members
Thank You Referendum PLANNING Committee Members
Purpose of this Presentation <ul><li>Brief history of OASD facilities planning </li></ul><ul><li>Present details of the Ap...
Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Budget Oshkosh Area  School District Community input Facility Use Report (...
Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Future growth District Growth  and Enrollment Projections (Martenson + Eis...
 
What does the community want? Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Community input Facility Use Report (PMP)
Excellence, Equity, & Efficiency <ul><li>We expect school buildings to: </li></ul><ul><li>Be safe, well-kept spaces functi...
The Board of Education unanimously approved going to referendum on April 7, 2009. Presented to the Board of Education on: ...
Referendum Question #1 Northside Replacement School <ul><li>Replacement northside elementary school - $15,000,000 </li></u...
With Excellence, Equity and Efficiency in Mind… <ul><li>A northside elementary replacement school would: </li></ul><ul><li...
Northside Replacement School Floor Plan – 1 st  Floor Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Northside Replacement School Floor Plan – 2 nd  Floor Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Interior Pitched “Flat” vs. Pitched Roofs
Northside Replacement School Site Plan Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Northside Replacement School Site Plan (Enlarged) Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Northside Replacement School Conceptual Drawing Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
 
Northside Replacement School Conceptual Drawing Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Property Selection Criteria <ul><ul><li>Minimum of 15 to 20 acres needed </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Opportunity for future...
Comparison of Number of Facilities for Like-Sized School Districts: * Charter and alternative schools are not included.  P...
Referendum Question #2 Deferred Maintenance To Exceed Revenue Caps by $1.3 Million for 5 Years ($6.5 million total) for De...
Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Referendum Question #3  Small Additions/Renovations To exceed revenue caps by $500,000 for 5 years ($2.5 million total) fo...
Question #3 addresses capital projects (smaller additions and renovations) at schools throughout the district to address s...
List of Prioritized Small Additions/Renovations Focused on Safety and Security Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/1...
Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Oshkosh West High School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Perry Tipler Middle School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Franklin Elementary School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Financial Information: Property Tax Mill Rates Mill rate = cost per $1000 of property value Presented to the Board of Educ...
Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
Putting It All Together Combined Tax Rates – After Referendum (per $1,000 Equalized Value) 2009 Tax Rate
Summary <ul><li>State of Wisconsin Department of Education funding formula is designed to have the community determine the...
Oaklawn Elementary School  112 Viola Ave. Monday, March 23, 2009 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.  Thursday, March 26, 2009 from 5:3...
View the Oshkosh Area School District Website for More Information www.oshkosh.k12.wi.us View the Oshkosh Northwestern web...
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  1. 1. APRIL 7, 2009 REFERENDUM PRESENTED TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION ON FEBRUARY 11, 2009
  2. 2. Thank You Referendum DESIGN Committee Members
  3. 3. Thank You Referendum PLANNING Committee Members
  4. 4. Purpose of this Presentation <ul><li>Brief history of OASD facilities planning </li></ul><ul><li>Present details of the April 7, 2009 referendum questions </li></ul><ul><li>Present financial information </li></ul><ul><li>Questions </li></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  5. 5. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Budget Oshkosh Area School District Community input Facility Use Report (PMP) Future growth District Growth and Enrollment Projections (Martenson + Eisele) Educational implications Educational Considerations (Administrative Steering Committee) Enrollment projections 2006-07 Enrollment Projections, DRAFT 4 & 6, & Martenson & Eisele, Inc. District Growth and Enrollment Projections 7/14/06 Facility conditions (Bray and Architects) Facilities Capital Action Plan—FCAP (Sodexho) Facility Use Report (PMP)
  6. 6. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Future growth District Growth and Enrollment Projections (Martenson + Eisele) Enrollment projections 2006-07 Enrollment Projections, DRAFT 4 & 6, & Martenson & Eisele, Inc. District Growth and Enrollment Projections 7/14/06
  7. 8. What does the community want? Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 Community input Facility Use Report (PMP)
  8. 9. Excellence, Equity, & Efficiency <ul><li>We expect school buildings to: </li></ul><ul><li>Be safe, well-kept spaces functioning to teach children well </li></ul><ul><li>Support educational programs beyond the 3 R’s </li></ul><ul><li>Be appropriate to each type of learning and learning styles and meet the needs of individuals and groups </li></ul><ul><li>Provide a sense of social connection, pride </li></ul><ul><li>Not waste money </li></ul><ul><li>Source: Facilities Use Report, PMP </li></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  9. 10. The Board of Education unanimously approved going to referendum on April 7, 2009. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  10. 11. Referendum Question #1 Northside Replacement School <ul><li>Replacement northside elementary school - $15,000,000 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Replaces Oaklawn structure and will include students from the former Sunset Elementary attendance area </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Site location Ryf Road </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Four-track school (four classrooms per grade), space for special populations, and room for future growth </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Provides space at Read Elementary to accommodate Lincoln students as part of the efficiency vision to operate fewer schools </li></ul></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  11. 12. With Excellence, Equity and Efficiency in Mind… <ul><li>A northside elementary replacement school would: </li></ul><ul><li>Eliminate putting more resources into repairs at Oaklawn </li></ul><ul><li>Achieve equity of programs such as: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Special Education and Support Services </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Art </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Music </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Media Services and Technology </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Address current overcrowding which results in some students being bused out of the attendance area </li></ul></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  12. 13. Northside Replacement School Floor Plan – 1 st Floor Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  13. 14. Northside Replacement School Floor Plan – 2 nd Floor Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  14. 15. Interior Pitched “Flat” vs. Pitched Roofs
  15. 16. Northside Replacement School Site Plan Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  16. 17. Northside Replacement School Site Plan (Enlarged) Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  17. 18. Northside Replacement School Conceptual Drawing Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  18. 20. Northside Replacement School Conceptual Drawing Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  19. 21. Property Selection Criteria <ul><ul><li>Minimum of 15 to 20 acres needed </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Opportunity for future growth </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Residential development opportunity </li></ul></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  20. 22. Comparison of Number of Facilities for Like-Sized School Districts: * Charter and alternative schools are not included. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09 10,263 2 5 16 Oshkosh 2 2 2 Regular HS *Regular Elem Regular MS Enrollment Eau Claire 12 3 10,645 Janesville 12 3 10,353 Sheboygan 12 3 10,217
  21. 23. Referendum Question #2 Deferred Maintenance To Exceed Revenue Caps by $1.3 Million for 5 Years ($6.5 million total) for Deferred Maintenance Projects. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  22. 24. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  23. 25. Referendum Question #3 Small Additions/Renovations To exceed revenue caps by $500,000 for 5 years ($2.5 million total) for smaller addition/renovation projects necessary for school safety and security throughout the district. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  24. 26. Question #3 addresses capital projects (smaller additions and renovations) at schools throughout the district to address secured entrance needs ($2,500,000 over 5 years): <ul><li>Relocation of select school offices to allow foot traffic to be monitored and supervised within close proximity to the main entrance </li></ul><ul><li>Safety and security upgrades for all other schools utilizing surveillance cameras, exterior door replacements, and signage </li></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  25. 27. List of Prioritized Small Additions/Renovations Focused on Safety and Security Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  26. 28. Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Oshkosh West High School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  27. 29. Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Perry Tipler Middle School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  28. 30. Example of Upgraded Secure Entrance: Franklin Elementary School Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  29. 31. Financial Information: Property Tax Mill Rates Mill rate = cost per $1000 of property value Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  30. 32. Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  31. 33. Putting It All Together Combined Tax Rates – After Referendum (per $1,000 Equalized Value) 2009 Tax Rate
  32. 34. Summary <ul><li>State of Wisconsin Department of Education funding formula is designed to have the community determine the quality of its schools. </li></ul><ul><li>Citizens help determine the amount spent on education in Wisconsin communities through referenda </li></ul><ul><li>The April 7, 2009 referendum therefore includes both additional debt to fund the northside replacement elementary school </li></ul><ul><li>and </li></ul><ul><li>Permission to raise the revenue cap for a specified amount of years for specific projects. </li></ul>Presented to the Board of Education on: 2/11/09
  33. 35. Oaklawn Elementary School 112 Viola Ave. Monday, March 23, 2009 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 26, 2009 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. For More Information Attend an Oaklawn Elementary Open House:
  34. 36. View the Oshkosh Area School District Website for More Information www.oshkosh.k12.wi.us View the Oshkosh Northwestern website to calculate the impact of the referendum on your taxes: http://www.thenorthwestern.com/article/99999999/OSH0101/90122187

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