Community Workshop Presentation

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Raymond Community Workshop
FACILITY PLANNING
October 1, 2013
6:00PM – Raymond School Tour
6:30PM – Interactive Workshop
Raymond School Mission
Raymond School District is dedicated to providing a
child-centered learning environment expecting all
students to learn and succeed. We commit to providing and
utilizing a progressive, relevant curriculum,
encouraging all students to become
responsible citizens prepared to
meet the challenges of the future.
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Agenda
● Welcome
̶ Dawn Peterson, School Board President
● Informational Presentation
30 min
̶ Joe Dawidziak, District Administrator
̶ Questions & Answers
● Table
Questions & Discussion
● Next Steps
60 min
15 min
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Partnerships
● Raymond School District
● Raymond Community
● Professional
Expertise
̶ Eppstein Uhen Architects
• Fredericksen Engineering
• Muermann Engineering
̶ Miron Construction
̶ Robert W. Baird & Co.
̶ School Perceptions
̶ Applied Population Lab
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Raymond School: 1961 - 2013
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Facility Planning Timeline
1961 East Cape, Raymond, DeRemer Schools consolidate,
forming Raymond School District
2002
1966
Raymond School addition
(Sept/Nov)
2 Failed
Referenda
2007
Conceptual planning begins
2004
1963
Raymond School addition
1961
Raymond School constructed
2003
• April
Referendum
Passed
• May Failed
Referendum
2009 (Jan-May)
• Temporary
portable
classrooms
added
• Master Plan Committee
develops Phase I and
Phase II options
• School Board halts
planning
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2009 Master Plan Committee Work
● Phase
I (2009 recommendation)
̶ New gym and locker rooms
̶ Removal of temporary classrooms; new library and band room
̶ Renovation/relocation of science and music classrooms
̶ New secure main entrance and reception office
● Future
Phase (2009 recommendation)
̶ Long-term, multi-phased construction to include final build out
for new Raymond School
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2009 Master Plan Committee Work
● Outcome
̶ School Board decision to hold on project exploration due to
economic factors in 2009
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Facility Planning Timeline
1961 East Cape, Raymond, DeRemer formally consolidate to
create Raymond School District
1966
Raymond School Addition
2002
(Sept/Nov)
2 Failed
Referenda
January 2013
November 2013
School Board
surveys
community on
facility needs
Community
Survey on Facility
Options
2007
Conceptual planning begins
1963
2004
Raymond School Addition
• April
Referendum
Passed
1961
2003
Raymond School Constructed
• May Failed
Referendum
• Temporary
portable
classrooms
added
June 2013
Facility
Assessment
April 2014 or
November 2014
Potential
Referendum
2009 (Jan-May)
• Master Plan Committee
develops Phase I and
Phase II options
• School Board halts
planning
October 1, 2013
Community
Workshop on
Facility Planning
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School Board – Facility Vision
● Raymond School District is
committed to preparing all
students to learn and succeed in the future by providing a
nurturing educational environment that is:
● Safe,
secure, healthy and accessible for all students and
the community;
● Well-maintained with
energy and cost efficiency;
● Flexible, easily adapting to meet the evolving
needs of
students and community by providing multi-purpose,
active learning areas.
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What is a Facility Study?
● Objective
analysis of present conditions and capabilities
of Raymond School building and site
● Comprehensive
assessment
̶ Site and building data: site and building size, building capacity
and space utilization
̶ Building exterior: roof, walls, windows, doors
̶ Infrastructure systems assessment: mechanical, electrical,
plumbing, fire and safety
̶ Americans with Disabilities Act compliance (ADA)
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Raymond Facility Study
● Key
Findings:
̶ Aging building and major systems are inefficient and costly to
maintain, some have failed
̶ Temporary portable classrooms and inflexible space to support
instruction and teaching models for students and staff
̶ Inadequate multi-purpose space (e.g., gym, cafeteria and/or
performance space) for student and community use
̶ Lack of secure main entry and controlled access to building for
community use
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Aging Building Systems
● Site drainage
● Roof
patching
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Aging Building Systems
● Sanitary waste piping
below floors requires
replacement
●
Representative image on
right illustrates the work
required to replace sanitary
piping below the building.
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Aging Building Systems
● Inefficient
building
exterior
● Doors
and windows not
weather-tight
● Inefficient
single-pane
windows
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Aging Building Systems
● Leaking water pipes
damaging wood roof
joists
● Failing wood
roof
joists
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Educational Deficiencies
● Lack of dedicated
space
for cafeteria service line,
impacting space for
physical education
instruction
● Inadequately sized
competition gym
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Educational Deficiencies
● Temporary
portable
classrooms installed in
2003
● Lack of daylight,
appropriate instructional
space and acoustics
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Safety and Security
● Lack secure
main entry
with visual sight lines
and controlled access to
building interior
● Recommended
secure main entry
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Question & Answer
(10 Minutes)
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Interactive Table Discussion
•
Three rounds of questions
•
Moving between #2 and #3
•
Table leader’s role
•
Reporting to large group
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Interactive Table Discussion - #1
are your initial
from the facility study?
● What
● Did
anything surprise you?
there other
identified?
● Are
thoughts about the findings
issues that were not specifically
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Interactive Table Discussion - #2
solutions do you recommend that the
district explore to address identified needs?
● What
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Financial Perspective
Lisa Voisin, Director
Robert W. Baird & Co
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Interest Rates - Why Now?
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Example Financing Scenarios
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Interactive Table Discussion - #3
● Based on the
preliminary financial
impact of any
potential project, what level of financial support do you
feel the community would likely support in a
future referendum?
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Example Financing Scenarios
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Facility Planning - Next Steps
● What
are the next steps?
̶ Listen and respond to community feedback
̶ Establish priorities for potential project
̶ Explore options
̶ School Board Meeting – October 7 @ 7PM
• Workshop Discussion
• Direction for Community Survey
̶ Conduct community survey in November 2013 for communitywide feedback
www.raymond.k12.wi.us (click on Facility Planning)
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Thank You
Raymond Community!

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