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Facilities Planning Update

May 13, 2019


Mission: District 6 provides every student
with a personalized, well-rounded and
excellent education in a safe, caring
environment.
Vision: District 6 educates today’s students in
partnership with families and communities to
succeed in tomorrow’s world.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 ENGAGE, EMPOWER, INSPIRE


● Our students come first.
● We know every child can achieve.
● We commit to excellence, innovation and
continuous improvement.
● We ensure safe and healthy schools.
● We view diversity as an asset.
● We provide opportunity and choice.
● We partner with families and communities.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 VALUES


STUDENT LEARNING & STRENGTHENING
ACHIEVEMENT PARTNERSHIPS

Students will engage in a challenging, District 6 will increase engagement


personalized, well-rounded education and interest in learning through
preparing every student to be college community and school
and career ready with the skills partnerships with our students,
needed to be successful in the parents, and community to
community and world. enhance student success.

CLIMATE & CULTURE OPERATIONAL &


$ ORGANIZATIONAL
We will cultivate a safe and supportive
EFFECTIVENESS
learning environment for all, We will be innovative and
embracing our diversity, honoring accountable to the community,
and engaging all stakeholders, and through measurable outcomes
promoting safety. and continuous improvement.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 GOALS


$ OPERATIONAL &
ORGANIZATIONAL
EFFECTIVENESS
We will be innovative and
accountable to the community,
through measurable outcomes
and continuous improvement.

Greeley-Evans School District 6 GOALS


Priority 2: Align district resources to
maximize student achievement and
create a culture of continuous
improvement.
Objective
● Align financial and other resources to ensure a
reasonable learning environment that is
supportive of student achievement.
Actions
● Complete a Facility Master Plan Process
● Provide recommendations from the Facility
Master Plan Committee for a possible future
Bond Measure
Facility Master Plan Process
● Create a Community Group to analyze data and to create a clear
and compelling vision for District 6 Facilities and to align the
educational program and physical design with this vision.
● The Master Plan should:
○ Be a road map for our future that is focused on our vision for learning.
○ Be a living and breathing document.
○ Allow for the logical implementation of improvements over time.
○ Be physically and fiscally responsible.
Facility Master Plan Committee
Shared Vision
● We see sustainable district facilities that utilize innovative
design to create flexible learning spaces that encourage
collaboration, culturally relevant community areas, indoor/outdoor
integrated learning, and natural light. We see an environment
that is adaptable to future needs; creating an environment that
utilizes progressive technology and maximizes safety and
security while capitalizing on community partnerships and
resources and that celebrates the diversity of the community.
Facility Principles
● District 6 is committed to creating environments that foster
personalized, student-centered learning
● District 6 is committed to innovation and providing flexible,
adaptable and multi-functional learning environments with state
of the art technology
● District 6 is committed to providing warm, welcoming and safe
environments that support the physical, emotional and social
well-being of its users
Facility Principles
● District 6 is committed to providing learning environments that
foster collaboration and teamwork
● District 6 is committed to providing facilities that foster
community connections and partnerships
● District 6 is committed to environmentally sustainable and
energy efficient facilities
Progress Data MET
● Facility Needs Study and Facility Master Plan Development
○ Capacity of existing buildings
○ Future growth
○ Condition of existing buildings
● Community Facilities Planning Committee
○ Preparing students for their future
○ Educational programming
Progress Data
● Deferred Maintenance (Total: $267 million)
○ HVAC - approximately $47 million
○ Roofs - approximately $41 million
○ Exterior Walls - approximately $14 million
○ Electrical - approximately $11 million
○ Site improvements, interior walls, windows,
ADA improvements, fixtures, grounds, flooring,
asbestos removal, other safety and security
approximately $154 million
Two Decades of Growth
Facility Planning
Assumed new school sizes

● Elementary: 700 students; 91,000 SF


● Middle: 750 students; 114,000 SF
● K-8: 900 students; 131,000 SF
● High: 2,000 students; 318,000 SF
Current Capacity
● Nearly 5,000 students over capacity including charter schools
● 142 portable classrooms in non-charter schools
Future Growth
● 2019-2028
○ 1,389 additional students K-12
■ 846 elementary
■ 281 middle school
■ 262 high school
Condition of Existing Buildings
● Safety and security
● Renovations and improvements
● 21st century learning spaces
Career and Technical Education
Workforce Training
● Vocational and technical training spaces
○ 33 Career Pathways
○ Career and Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities
● Hands-on learning
● 21st Century Skills
Facility Master Plan Sub-Committee
● Kim Barbour ● Tom Norton
● Bruce Broderius ● Daniel Reyez
● Bryan Dunbar ● Anthony Scott
● Brian Franzen ● Kenneth Watts
● Steve LaForest ● Barbara Whinery
Facility Master Plan
Recommendations
● 7 recommendations will be presented today
● Recommendations balance needs of highest priority buildings
○ Over-capacity
○ Deferred Maintenance Needs
○ Future Growth
○ Programs Improvements
(Career Pathways, Career and Technical Education, Fine Arts)
● Renovations and rebuilds reduce district deferred maintenance costs
Recommendation A
Option A Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $650,000,000* Total Bond Capacity

Deferred Maintenance $267,000,000 100% of DM

Program Needs $97,000,000 100% of PN

Greeley West $160,000,000 Rebuild, 2000 students

McAuliffe $53,000,000 Reno/Addition to Capacity

Winograd $40,000,000 Reno/Addition to Capacity

Chappelow $48,000,000 Reno/Addition to Capacity

NEW preK-8 $66,000,000 900 students

Scott $43,000,000 Rebuild


Recommendation B
Option B Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $575,000,000

Deferred Maintenance $102,000,000 49% of DM

Program Needs $63,000,000 65% of PN

Greeley West $160,000,000 Rebuild, 2000 students

McAuliffe $53,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Winograd $40,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Chappelow $48,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

NEW preK-8 $66,000,000 900 students

Scott $43,000,000 Rebuild


Recommendation C
Option C Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $475,000,000

Deferred Maintenance $68,000,000 33% of DM

Program Needs $34,000,000 35% of PN

Greeley West $150,000,000 Rebuild, 1800 students

McAuliffe $53,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Winograd $40,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Chappelow $21,000,000 Reno/Addition to Cur. Cap.

NEW preK-8 $66,000,000 900 students

Scott $43,000,000 Rebuild


Recommendation D
Option D Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $495,000,000

Deferred Maintenance $78,000,000 38% of DM

Program Needs $34,000,000 35% of PN

Greeley West $160,000,000 Rebuild, 2000 students

McAuliffe $53,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Winograd $40,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Chappelow $21,000,000 Reno/Addition to Cur. Cap.

NEW preK-8 $66,000,000 900 students

Scott $43,000,000 Rebuild


Recommendation E
Option E Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $325,000,000

Deferred Maintenance $145,600,000 63% of DM

Program Needs $19,400,000 20% of PN

Greeley West $160,000,000 Rebuild, 2000 students

McAuliffe $0 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Winograd $0 Addition to New. Cap.

Chappelow $0 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

NEW preK-8 $0 900 students

Scott $0 Rebuild
Recommendation F
Option F Amount Notes

Total Bond Amount $325,000,000

Deferred Maintenance $55,600,000 24% of DM

Program Needs $19,400,000 20% of PN

Greeley West $0

McAuliffe $53,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

Winograd $40,000,000 Addition to New. Cap.

Chappelow $48,000,000 Reno/Addition to New. Cap.

NEW preK-8 $66,000,000 900 students

Scott $43,000,000 Rebuild


Final Recommendations
● After using a consensus process and utilizing information
provided by the Community Facilities Planning group, the
planning subcommittee recommends that the
Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education consider
Recommendations C and D
Questions?
Thank you!