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Plan Options

 

After pausing the committee work twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire Board of Education and facilities committee have fully engaged in the planning process. At its April 14 committee meeting, the Board narrowed down plan options to four.

The district is asking community members to share their thoughts, questions and concerns about each of the plans through ThoughtExchange. There is one exchange for each option.

First page of the PDF file: MPOption_01

Option 1 (Current Configuration):

  • Keep all existing buildings and grade-band configuration of preschool included with two existing buildings, grades K-2, grades 3-6, grades 7-8, standalone freshman buildings, grades 10-12;
  • Additions will be needed on most buildings throughout the plan; and
  • An estimated master plan cost of $514 million.
  • Share your feedback through ThoughtExchange.
First page of the PDF file: MPOption_02

 Option 2:

  • A standalone preschool building, grades K-3, grades 4-6, grades 7-8 and grades 9-12;
  • Decommissioning (closing) 10 schools;
  • Building seven new schools; 
  • Building additions to both high schools; and 
  • An estimated master plan cost of $508 million.
  • Share your feedback through ThoughtExchange.
First page of the PDF file: MPOption_03

 Option 3:

  • A standalone preschool building; grades K-5, grades 6-8, grades 9-12 and a third building to be used for specialty high school classes;
  • Decommissioning (closing) 10 schools;
  • Building six new schools; and
  • An estimated master plan cost of $491 million.
  • Share your feedback through ThoughtExchange.
First page of the PDF file: MPOption_04

 Option 4:

  • A standalone preschool building; grades K-5, grades 6-8, grades 9-12;
  • Decommissioning (closing) 10 schools;
  • Building three new schools, including two new high schools; 
  • Using the current high schools as middle schools; and
  • An estimated master plan cost of $502 million.
  • Share your feedback through ThoughtExchange.