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					Sacramento City Unified School District

Facilities Challenges and Opportunities: Asset Development
Board Workshop September 11, 2008
“Success for Every Student by Name”
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Sacramento City Unified School District
Our Vision:
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Create a world-class educational system, pre-kindergarten through adult, that enables all students to excel in the new millennium.

Our Mission:
The Sacramento City Unified School District provides all students the knowledge, skills, and educational opportunities to achieve high academic standards and be successful in a changing global society.
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Purpose of Workshop
Analyze district properties and school site facilities to maximize highest and best use in order to meet current and future interests of the district

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Outline of Workshop
Current State
Budget Enrollment

District Building Properties
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Options for Use Pros and Cons of Options

School Site Facilities
Options for Use Pros and Cons of Options

Discuss and Outline Next Steps
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Board Policy: Asset Development
Policy meets Education Code requirements and California School Board Association guidelines Gives SCUSD flexibility in fully utilizing existing assets Allows for future developments and opportunities undeveloped as of yet Provides for student and community needs Provides for potential revenue resource and corresponding expense reduction
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Asset Development Policy
The Governing Board desires to maximize and develop the use of capital facility assets, real property, and intellectual property rights (i.e., copyrights and patents) to carry out the educational mission of the Sacramento City Unified School District.

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Process History
Introduced Asset Development Policy for May 2006 Board Policy Meeting Presented Asset Development Policy to Facilities Committee for additional recommendations (August 2006)
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Revised Asset Development Policy brought to School Board (September 2006) Contracted with the IBI Group to develop preliminary evaluation presented to Board in 2007 Explored options from preliminary evaluation (Spring 2008)
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SCUSD: Total Enrollment Projection Series 1999-2014 (Includes K-12 plus adult)
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Current Issues
Declining Enrollment Budget (District and State) Total Compensation Expenses Small/Underutilized Schools

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District Building Property Assets
Old District Administration Building The Met Academy Site Fremont Adult School Florin Technical Academy Transportation/Warehouse Complex Marian Anderson Site

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Guiding Questions
Will option facilitate District needs? Will option generate revenue for the District?...How much? How soon? Will option effect our District’s eligibility for participation in the state building program?

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Marian Anderson Site

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Discussion and Next Steps
Based on findings, develop overall strategies and associated implementation timelines for District consideration Prepare Requests for Proposals for Development

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Public Comment

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School Site Facility Utilization
Segment Maps
Elementary/Middle Schools High Schools
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Enrollment Capacity Program Performance Average Cost Per Student

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Enrollment Projection

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SCUSD: Total Enrollment Projection Series 1999-2014

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Site Maps: Elementary/Middle Schools District Enrollment/ Capacity

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Site Maps: (Cont.) High Schools District Enrollment/ Capacity

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Guiding Questions
What if enrollment continues to decline? What if enrollment increases? Should we consider consolidating and/or relocating students to increase program offerings, services, and cost effectiveness? Should we consider Decentralization or Feeder pattern services?
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School Site Facility Use Considerations
Enhance Student Achievement Attain Equity and Access Augment Program Offerings Decrease Expenses and Increase Revenue

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Discussion and Next Steps
Review enrollment projection assumptions against actual data Develop strategies to increase district revenue, program augmentation and meet student needs Produce timeline associated with strategies Provide for community and stakeholder engagement
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Public Comment

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Wrap Up/Summary
Identify recurring themes of discussion Identify expectations Identify timelines
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