ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN:

ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN:

ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES MASTER PLAN: COMMUNITY DIALOGUE #1 FEBRUARY 4-5, 2019 ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES TOC 2 3 5 8 1 2 1 8 2 0 ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES WELCOME & MEETING PURPOSE AISD STRATEGIC PLAN LOOKING BACK: THE 2014 BOND LOOKING AHEAD: CAPITAL & OPERATING NEEDS CONDITION SUMMARY

THE FACILITIES MASTER PLAN NEXT STEPS WELCOME & MEETING PURPOSE THE 2019 FACILITIES MASTER PLANNING PROCESS Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Superintendent Tonights Purpose: Receive community feedback on a variety of questions that will help the District decide what kinds of facility needs to prioritize through 2025. Your survey data will be used to create options for new construction and renovation projects throughout the District. You will have an opportunity to view and provide feedback on these options April 9-10. ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 3 A I S D S S T R AT E G I C P L A N GOALS & OUTCOMES RELATED TO FACILITY MASTER PLANNING The Goal: 100% of AISD students will graduate exceptionally prepared for college, career and citizenship

Key driver of all strategies from facility planning to classroom instruction and support Built upon the vision that AISD will be a premier school district and a leader in education Focused on ensuring all students become contributing, responsible citizens striving for their maximum potential through relevant, innovative and rigorous learning experiences ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 4 A I S D S S T R AT E G I C P L A N FOCUS ON QUALITY PK-16 EDUCATION Students enjoy a variety of choices: Two fine arts/dual language academies Early college high school STEM Academy International Baccalaureate World School Programme

Dual credit and Advanced Placement curricula Specialized career & technical courses taught at the Dipert Career + Technical Center and Ag Science Center Quality PK-16 education is a priority in Arlington. UTA and TCC Southeast are located in Arlington. AISD partners with both institutions to provide students an opportunity to accelerate their college experience. ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 5 THE 2014 BOND WHY THE BOND WAS NEEDED The 2014 Bond Program was an integral part of the Achieve Today. Excel Tomorrow. Strategic plan Building assessment identified deficiencies and life cycle replacement needs throughout the district

Crowding in east Arlington elementary schools necessitated construction of two new elementary schools Site for the Fine Arts and Athletic Complexes ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 6 2014 B OND OVERVIEW WHAT IT ACCOMPLISHED $663 M invested in facilities; safety, security and technology; fine arts and transportation 127 total construction projects Technology access expanded and bandwidth increased 200%

>3,000 security cameras installed >4,000 new fine arts instruments & >4,500 new uniforms >100 new buses and 150 new white fleet vehicles Fine Arts/ Dual Language (FADL) Renovations at Corey Academy ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 7 VIDEO: THE 2014 BOND ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 8 LOOKING AHEAD WHAT INVESTMENTS ARE NEEDED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? Accommodate full-day Pre-K

Expand choice academies E.g., 2014 FMP included Dual Language / Fine Arts ES and planned for the next FMP to address these offerings in Junior High CTE renovations at each high school and potential additions at the Dan Dipert CTC ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 9 LOOKING AHEAD WHAT INVESTMENTS ARE NEEDED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? Upgrades to school safety, security, instructional technologies and infrastructure

Continue refreshing school buses and white fleet (support) vehicles & procure activity buses as alternative to school buses for smaller groups Increase access for all students in a variety of programs, including fine arts, STEM, foreign languages and athletics. ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES Current culinary kitchen at Lamar 10 LOOKING AHEAD WHAT INVESTMENTS ARE NEEDED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? Replace several old schools and operations service center Protect our investment in existing facilities

Enhance facilities for providing a full continuum of services to students with disabilities Educational adequacy, including upgrades to playgrounds, kitchens and restrooms * FACILITIES MASTER ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES PLAN Key ES playground 11 LOOKING AHEAD WHAT INVESTMENTS ARE NEEDED IN THE NEXT FIVE YEARS? Upgrades to gymnasiums, softball fields and existing football stadiums Continue refreshing visual and fine arts

equipment, instruments and uniforms Fund ongoing operational costs to support current and planned programs (TRE) Sam Houston gym * FACILITIES MASTER ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES PLAN 12 BUILDING CONDITION SUMMARY METHODOLOGY Comprehensive assessment aligned to program priorities Prioritize and master plan identified needs for years 20202025

Fine Arts & Athletics Facility condition assessments Operations Capacity/utilization study Enrollment projections Instructional programming ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 13 BUILDING CONDITION SUMMARY FINDINGS Preliminary cost estimates New Facilities Property Acquisition Condition & Life Cycle Improvements Other (FFE & instructional tech) Total Est. Cost $256,217,188 $7,000,000 $782,270,546 $37,635,956 $1,083,123,690

Note: Estimates above represent a comprehensive assessment. Improvements will be phased over 5-15 years ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 14 S A F E T Y, S E C U R I T Y & T E C H N O L O G Y N E E D S SUMMARY FINDINGS Preliminary cost estimates Est. Cost Infrastructure & Security $42,540,000 Replacement Schedule $39,600,000 District Standards $3,550,000 Creative Programs & Partnerships $1,425,000 TECH FORWARD (including targeted 1:1)

$10,000,000 Total $97,115,000 ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 15 VISUAL & FINE ARTS NEEDS S U FINDINGS MMARY Preliminary cost estimates Band and orchestra artist-level instruments Elementary music instruments/risers Theater equipment all junior highs and high school small theatres and black boxes Est. Cost $ 1,705,595 $ 685,914 $ 1,320,000 Visual arts equipment and work surfaces $ 547,430 Piano replacement for junior high and high school

$ 685,313 Marching band uniforms $ 834,000 Drill team uniforms $ 144,000 High school and junior high concert uniforms $ 895,500 Choir risers/equipment junior high and high school $ 138,000 Total Preliminary Estimated Cost ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES $ 6,955,752 16 T R A N S P O R T AT I O N N E E D S S U FINDINGS MMARY Vehicle Category

Replace Add Category Total Regular Ed Buses 35 26 61 $6,694,691 Special Ed Buses 20 6 26 $3,319,371 Activity Buses

0 22 22 $1,316,606 White Fleet Vehicles 62 41 103 $4,158,245 Totals 117 95 212 $15,488,913 Est. Cost

Identified Needs: Life cycle replacements Safety and instructional program access Career Tech, Fine Arts & Security Additions Efficiencies ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 17 T O TA L C A P I TA L N E E D S S U M M A RY FINDINGS Preliminary cost estimates Facilities Fine Arts Safety, Security & Technology Transportation TOTAL Est. Cost $1,083,123,690 $6,955,752 $97,115,000 $15,488,913 $1,202,683,355 Note: Identified facility needs will be phased over 5-15 years, over several bond packages. The remaining identified needs are specific to the period 2020-2025. ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES

18 T H E FA C I L I T I E S M A S T E R P L A N DEFINITION A 5-year investment plan for a school districts facilities based on: facility assessment and enrollment data educational program vision stakeholder feedback ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 19 T H E FA C I L I T I E S M A S T E R P L A N Boa Pre rd sen tati on SC 6 SC 5 Rec Dev omm elo end pm atio

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Dat and a colle Vis ctio ion in g n PROCESS OVERVIEW District Leadership Establishes vision. Develops facility options & recommendations. Steering Committee Advises the District on options & recommendations. Liaisons to the community. Community Provides feedback to the District on priorities & options. Board of Trustees Incorporates findings into action including bond measures. ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES 20 NEXT STEPS Community Dialogue #2:

April 9-10 Review and comment on draft facility options David Sturtz, Partner [email protected] om 614-535-7615 ARLINGTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2019 FACILITIES Ashton Saber, AICP [email protected] om Associate Director 614-495-8325

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