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RESOLUTION

A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE MIDDLE SCHOOL


RENOVATION/ADDITION CONCEPTUAL PLAN FOR CEDAR LEE MIDDLE
SCHOOL AND A CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL

WHEREAS, the Fauquier County School Board and Fauquier County Board of Supervisors have
held various public meetings and discussion on the renovation and/or addition of the middle schools in
Warrenton, Cedar Lee Middle School, and Auburn Middle School during the FY 2019 and FY 2020 budget
cycles; and

WHEREAS, on March 5, 2019, a Board of Supervisors/School Board Liaison Committee was held
where the respective School Board members presented a Middle School Renovation/Addition Conceptual
Plan; and

WHEREAS, the Committee members from each Board agreed to take the Plan to their respective
Boards for consideration in advance of the March 14, 2019 Joint School Board and Board of Supervisors
FY 2020 budget work session; and

WHEREAS, at the March 14, 2019 Joint Budget Work Session, both Boards agreed that they
would pass resolutions in support of the Plan, as follows:

WHEREAS, the Plan, enclosed below, includes four phases:


1. Cedar Lee Middle School expansion by approximately 200 seats, with an estimated cost of
$10 million, and
2. A Warrenton Located Middle School renovation and potential expansion, with the
repurposing of either Warrenton Middle or Taylor Middle, with an estimated cost of
$30 million, and
3. Relocation of facilities from the Manor Court site to the repurposed facility, and
4. Repurposing of the alternate school facility and relocation of other school facilities such as
Southeastern Alternative School; and

WHEREAS, the estimated costs of both Phase I and Phase II of the project will be programmed
into the FY 2020 – 2024 Capital Improvement Program, with a standing agenda item for the Board of
Supervisors/School Board Liaison Committee to discuss the progress of the various projects within the Plan
and any needed changes, discussion or cost updates for the plan; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors adopted a Resolution in Support of the Middle School
Renovation/Addition Conceptual Plan for Cedar Lee Middle School and a Central Middle School on the
21st day of March, 2019; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, by the Fauquier County School Board this 8th day of April 2019, that the Middle
School Renovation/Conceptual Plan is supported by the School Board and included in the FY 2020 – 2024
Capital Improvement Plan.

_________________________________
Suzanne Sloane, Chairman
MIDDLE SCHOOL RENOVATION/ADDITION CONCEPTUAL PLAN

CLMS PHASE ONE


1. The first phase of the conceptual plan is the expansion of Cedar Lee Middle School by
approximately 200 students (see-attached maps for zones of relocation).
2. Acquisition of adjoining property (for sale) for improved ingress/egress to school. This would
allow for much needed parking in front of the school, which would accommodate the increased
student population. This also will allow for an extended bus loop, which will reduce the amount
of buses unable to exit U.S. 17 on to school property during drop-off and dismissal. The
property also allows for more flexibility in the placement of the addition, which would lessen
the needed relocation of sports fields.
3. Develop an RFP for the expansion of CLMS
 Geotechnical study prior to issuance of RFP.
 Plan to include 10 – 12 classrooms, auxiliary gymnasium and possible upgrades to
kitchen/serving lines to accommodate larger student population. Possible upgrades to
office suite to accommodate additional staff and provide for a secure entrance.
4. Estimated time line
 Stand-alone RFP development 120 – 180 days
 30 – 45 days on street
 Design 9 – 12 months
 Construction 18 – 24 months
WMS PHASE TWO
1. Develop RFP for the renovation and expansion of WMS
2. Redistricting of approximately 200 students to CLMS
3. Redistricting of approximately 85 students to AMS from the previous WMS zone (see attached
maps for zones of relocation)
4. The combination of remaining TMS and WMS students will become the new student
population for the “new” WMS.
5. The WMS population will be housed at TMS during the renovation process (approximately 550
students)
6. Upon completion of WMS, students are moved back from TMS (this should coincide with the
start of the next school year to allow for the new routing of transportation and the relocation of
building staff)
RELOCATION PHASE THREE
1. The movement of facilities, transportation, and nutrition to a new site (possibly TMS)
2. The improvement of TMS for relocation of staff with funding from the sale of SBO property on
the Brumfield site
REPURPOSING PHASE FOUR
1. School and County staff will work to generate a plan for the repurposing of either TMS or
WMS based on greatest needs, and available space.
2. Consider the feasibility and cost associated with moving Southeastern Alternative School
(SAS) to the vacated TMS/WMS facility.
3. Acquire an estimated value of the SAS property.

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