DIRECTOR’S ANNUAL ACCOMMODATION REPORT

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DIRECTOR’S ANNUAL ACCOMMODATION REPORT. February 18, 2014. PURPOSE. SUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT HOW? BY MAXIMIZING EFFICIENCIES TO ENSURE THE EQUITABLE ALLOCATION OF STUDENT PROGRAMS, SERVICES AND RESOURCES ACROSS THE DISTRICT. CURENT INFRASTRUCTURE. SPACE UTILIZATION. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • DIRECTORS ANNUAL ACCOMMODATION REPORT

    February 18, 2014

  • PURPOSESUPPORT STUDENT LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT

    HOW?

    BY MAXIMIZING EFFICIENCIES TO ENSURE THE EQUITABLE ALLOCATION OF STUDENT PROGRAMS, SERVICES AND RESOURCES ACROSS THE DISTRICT

  • CURENT INFRASTRUCTURE

  • SPACE UTILIZATION

  • RENEWAL

  • FUNDINGTHE FACILITY OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET REPRESENTS THE BOARDS SECOND LARGEST BUDGET, CLASSROOM TEACHERS BEING THE LARGEST

    AT 36.8 MILLION DOLLARS FOR THE 2013/14 SCHOOL YEAR, THIS BUDGET IS SUPPLEMENTED ABOVE THE FUNDING FORMULA FROM OTHER GSN BASED GRANTS IN ORDER TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN CURRENT INFRASTRUCTURE

    AS THE BOARDS ACCUMULATED SURPLUS CONTINUES TO DECREASE, EFFICIENCIES IN PROGRAM DELIVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE UTILIZATION ARE KEY FACTORS TO FUTURE FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

  • STUDENT ENROLMENTTaken from 2011 Census Report

    Census Subdivision2011 Population2006 Population% ChangeWindsor210,891216,473-2.6Lakeshore34,54633,2453.9LaSalle28,64327,6523.6Tecumseh23,61024,224-2.5Amherstburg21,55621,748-.09Essex19,60020,032-2.2Leamington28,40328,833-1.5Kingsville21,36220,9082.2

  • POPULATION DISTRIBUTION

  • AGE DISTRIBUTION WINDSOR - CITYLAKESHORE - TOWN

  • ENROLMENT FORECAST

  • ELEMENTARY ANALYSIS

    Capacity FTEElementaryOTG Capacity26,373Portables1,150Portapak667Total Capacity28,190Utilization rate89%Empty spaces2,858

  • SECONDARY ANALYSIS

    Capacity FTESecondaryOTG Capacity15,886Portables63Portapak0Total Capacity15,949Utilization rate76%Empty spaces3,852

  • ACTIONS TO DATE

    Facility Services

    Energy Initiatives (15% reduction in energy use from previous year)

    Ontario Power Authority FIT Program

  • INFRASTRUCTURE

    Renewal Backlog to 2013 (TCPS 30% of Schools Inspected)$ 380,973,413Actions to DateReplacement SchoolsEssex District High (1922)Benson (1915)Taylor (1950)Leamington District Secondary (1953)School ClosuresRuthvenRenewal Backlog Avoidance$ 25,908,588Future Approved ActionsSchool ClosuresDM EagleForster SecondaryMcGregorVictoriaRenewal Backlog Avoidance$ 36,748,757

    Renewal Backlog to 2013 (TCPS 30% of Schools Inspected)$ 380,973,413Actions to DateReplacement SchoolsEssex District High (1922)Benson (1915)Taylor (1950)Leamington District Secondary (1953)School ClosuresRuthvenRenewal Backlog Avoidance$ 25,908,588Future Approved ActionsSchool ClosuresDM EagleForster SecondaryMcGregorVictoriaRenewal Backlog Avoidance$ 36,748,757

  • FCI vs UTILIZATION RATES

  • BELLE RIVER FAMILYBOUNDRY CHANGE TO TAKE PLACE SEPT. 2014. (286 from LDS to BRPS and 65 from BRPS to CCPS)

    BRPS TO BECOME A DUAL TRACK FI SITE RELIEF TO LDS

    BRDHS HAS DECLINING ENROLMENT, EXACERBATED BY THE OPENING OF TVA. FURTHER EVALUATION NECESSARY

    CENTENNIAL SERVES A SPECIFIC BUT LIMITED POPULATION. NEAR FUTURE VIABLE, BUT FURTHER EVALUATION NECESSARY

  • ESSEX FAMILYEXPERIENCING DECLINING ENROLMENT, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IS NOT MATERIALIZING

    PORTAPAK AT GOSFIELD NORTH CONTINUES TO AGE

    NEW SECONDARY SCHOOL UNDERWAY, WILL BE BUILT FOR 700 PUPILS WHICH IS LESS THAN THE CURRENT SPACES BUT REFLECTS THE PROJECTED ENROLMENT OVER 10 YEARS

    COLCHESTER NORTH CONTINUES TO DECLINE AND WILL BE MONITORED FOR FUTURE ACCOMMODATION STUDY

  • FORSTER FAMILY (FUTURE WFA)NEW BENSON/TAYLOR OPENING FOR SEPT. 2014

    ENROLMENT DECLINE CONTINUES TO BE A CHALLENGE WITHIN THIS FAMILY OF SCHOOLS

    AGING INFRASTRUCTURE, RISING RENEWAL COSTS AND LOW UTILIZATION AT MARLBOROUGH ARE A CONCERN AN WILL BE MONITORED FOR FUTURE ACCOMMODATION OPPORTUNITIES

    WESTVIEW FREEDOM ACADEMY COMMUNITY SECONDARY SCHOOL READY FOR SEPT. 2014

  • GENERAL AMHERST FAMILYENROLMENT IS STRONG IN ONE SCHOOL BUT DECLINING IN OTHERS. DIFFICULT TO PREDICT AT THIS POINT BECAUSE OF THE CO-TERMINOUS SCHOOL CLOSURE INITIALLY INCREASING, NOW DECLINING FROM THE ORIGINAL INFLUX

    INFRASTRUCTURE IS AGING AND RENEWAL NEEDS ARE INCREASING

    SECONDARY SCHOOL IS EXPERIENCING ENROLMENT DECLINE AND MUST BE MONITORED FOR FUTURE ACCOMMODATION STUDY

  • HARROW FAMILYTRANSITION AND GRADE RE-STRUCTURING HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL

    RENOVATIONS TO BOTH ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS HAVE BEEN WELL RECEIVED BY THE COMMUNITY

    SECONDARY ENROLMENT WILL DECLINE AND WILL CONTINUE TO BE MONITORED

  • HERMAN FAMILYSECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT IS PROJECTED TO DECLINE

    APPROVED RECOMMENDATIONS ARE DEPENDENT UPON MINISTRY FUNDING AND WE HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THE MINISTRY AT THIS POINT WITH RESPECT TO THE HERMAN FAMILY

    RENEWAL NEEDS AND AGING INFRASTRUCTURE WILL CONTINUE TO BE AN ISSUE WITHIN THIS FAMILY SHOULD THE MINISTRY NOT APPROVE SUBMITTED BUSINESS CASES

    CONTINUED PERSUIT OF MINISTRY FUNDING OR AN ALTERNATIVE MEANS MAY BE NECESSARY

  • KENNEDY FAMILYAGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND RISING RENEWAL COSTS CONTINUE TO BE A CONCERN AT QUEEN VICTORIA. ENROLMENT DECLINE ONLY EXACERBATES THE SITUATION AND A FUTURE ACCOMMODATION REVIEW IS IMMINENT

    KENNEDY WILL EXPERIENCE DECLINING ENROLMENT OVER THE NEXT 5 YEARS AND BEYOND. CURRENT DECLINE HAS BEEN BALANCED BY A HIGH OUT OF DISTRICT POPULATION OF STUDENTS

    A RECENT CHANGE FROM FULL YEAR TO A SEMESTERED TIMETABLE AT KENNEDY FOR SEPT. 2014 MAY PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR INCREASED ENROLMENT.

  • KINGSVILLE FAMILYAWAITING A RESPONSE FROM THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION FOR THE FIRST BUSINESS CASE SUBMITTED AS A RESULT OF PARC WHICH IS THE JK-12 NEWLY BUILT SCHOOL INCORPORATING ALL THE STUDENTS FROM JACK MINER, KINGSVILLE PS AND KINGSVILLE DHS

    THE RUTHVEN TRANSITION TO JACK MINER HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AND WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE NEAR 100% CAPACITY

  • LEAMINGTON FAMILYSITE LOCATION FOR NEW 1000 PUPIL SECONDARY SCHOOL NEARLY SECURED

    UNFORTUNATELY, THE MAJOR EMPLOYER IN THE TOWN ANNOUNCED ITS CLOSURE IN THE SUMMER OF 2014. CLOSE MONITORING IS NECESSARY

    GORE HILL CONITINUES TO SEE LOW ENROLMENT AS PROJECTED HOUSING DEVELOPMENTS HAVE NOT AS YET MATERIALIZED

    MILL STREET, A ONCE FULL SCHOOL, OPERATES AT HALF CAPACITY, ALTHOUGH 230 OF THE SPACES ARE AN AGING PORTAPAK

    EAST MERSEA, A SMALL SCHOOL, SERVES A DISTINCT POPULATION DRAWING STUDENTS FROM THE L-K DSB

  • MASSEY FAMILYTWO AREAS OF GROWTH WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS ARE SOUTH CAMERON AND WALKER GATES WHICH WILL INFLUENCE ENROLMENTS AT NORTHWOOD AND SOMEWHAT AT TALBOT TRAIL, WHICH HAS NEARLY REACHED ITS RESIDENT BUILD-OUTS

    CENTRAL CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE VERY LOW ENROLMENT AND GLENWOOD IS PROJECTED TO EXPERIENCE THE SAME DECLINE, EVEN WITH THE RECENT CONSOLIDATION OF THE OAKWOOD STUDENTS THAT INITIALLY BOOSTED ENROLMENT

    BASED ON A PREVIOUS TRUSTEE APPROVED MOTION, CENTRAL IS RECONSIDERED FOR CLOSURE IF UNDER 60% CAPACITY

    SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT IS PROJECTED TO DECLINE OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS CHANGING FROM THE RECENT PATTERN OF INCREASING OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS

  • RIVERSIDE FAMILYAGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND RISING RENEWAL COSTS ARE A CONCERN WITHIN THIS FAMILY. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SUZUKI, ALL SCHOOLS HAVE A LOW UTILIZATION RATE AND HIGH FCI (EXCLUDING EASTWOOD FCI)

    TWO GROWTH AREAS WITHIN CITY LIMITS, THE FOREST GLADE CORRIDOR AND THE LITTLE RIVER CORRIDOR WILL ASSIST IN ALLEVIATING DECLINING ENROLMENT

    THE NEW FI PROGRAM COMMENCING IN SEPT. 2014 AT FOREST GLADE IS EXPECTED TO IMPROVE UTILIZATION %

    THE SECONDARY SCHOOL WILL EXPERIENCE ENROLMENT DECLINE LIKE MANY OTHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS WITHIN OUR SYSTEM

  • SANDWICH FAMILYENROLMENT PROJECTIONS INDICATE STRENGTH AND STABILITY WITHIN THIS FAMILY

    THE SECONDARY SCHOOL PROJECTIONS SHOW CONTINUED GROWTH BUT MAYBE INFLATED BECAUSE OF THE ADDITION OF BELLEWOOD AND GILES CAMPUS TO THE FAMILY

    A PATTERN OF TRANSITION WILL BE MORE ACCURATE AND DETERMINED OVER TIME

    PRINCE ANDREW WILL BE MONITORED AS THE PORTAPAK CONTINUES TO AGE AND FUTURE DEVELEMENT AND GROWTH IS ANTICIPATED TO BEGIN WITHIN THE SCHOOLS BOUNDARY

  • TECUMSEH FAMILYRECENTLY APPROVED BOUNDARY CHANGES AND SCHOOL CLOSURE WILL IMPROVE UTILIZATION RATES AND EVENTUALLY ADDRESS CAPACITY ISSUES

    SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT WILL SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASE IN SEPT. 2014. AS A RESULT, THIS IS THE FIRST PRIORITY FOR MINISTRY FUNDING FOR AN ADDITION, TO WHICH WE AWAIT A DECISION

    APPROVED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE DM EAGLE PORTION WILL BE DEPENDENT UPON MINISTRY FUNDING

  • WALKERVILLE FAMILYAGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND RISING RENEWAL COSTS ARE A MAJOR CONCERN AT 3 OF THE 5 SCHOOLS WITHIN THIS FAMILY

    ENROLMENT IS DECLINING BUT IS ALLEVIATED BY A LARGE OUT OF DISTRICT POPULATION AT BOTH K. EDWARD AND BEATON

    THE SECONDARY SCHOOL IS NOT PROJECTED TO EXPERIENCE ANY SIGNIFICANT DECLINE ONLY BECAUSE OF THE ADDITIONAL ENROLMENT FROM THE STUDENTS ATTENDING THE CREATIVE ARTS PROGRAM.

    FURTHER TO POINT #1, ENROLMENT DECLINE AT P. EDWARD ONLY EXACERBATES THE SITUATION AND A FUTURE ACCOMMODATION REVIEW MAY BE NECESSARY

  • VOCATIONAL SCHOOLSIT HAS BEEN APPROVED TO CONSOLIDATE TWO SECONDARY SCHOOLS TO A COMMUNITY SCHOOL ON THE CENTURY SITE COMMENCING SEPT. 2014. THE SCHOOL WILL BE WESTVIEW FREEDON ACADEMY

    ENROLMENT CONTINUES TO DECLINE AS MORE PROGRAMMING IS OFFERED IN OTHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS

    ALONG WITH THE INCREASING FCI,THE MODEL OF DELIVERY WILL CONITNUE TO BE MONITORED FOR FUTURE ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

  • RECOMMENDATIONSTHAT THE SUPERINTENDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCOMMODATIONS CONDUCT A BOARD-WIDE REVIEW OF ALL GECDSB SCHOOLS CONSIDERING DECLINING ENROLMENT AND INCREASING RENEWAL NEEDS.

    THAT THE SUPERINTENDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCOMMODATIONS INVESTIGATE THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF OPEN VERSUS CLOSED BOUNDARIES ON CAPACITY ISSUES IN ELEMENTARY AND SE