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Purpose

The Demographic Trends and Facility Planning Committee is a standing committee to provide annual recommendations to the Board of Education regarding demographic trends, boundary issues, capacity updates and other relevant data. This would allow for long-range predictability of attendance areas, facility needs and programmatic equity.

Demographic Trends and Facility Planning Committee Guiding Principles

Schedule for Listening Sessions

Date Time Location

Focus Topic
(Child care provided at each session)
Wed.
2/6/19
6-7:30 pm DeLong Middle Roosevelt Changes
Wed.
2/13/19
7-8:30 pm North
High
Proposed Elementary Boundaries
Mon.
2/18/19
5-6:30 pm DeLong Middle Presentation in Spanish (view PPT)
Tues
3/5/19
4:30-6 pm South Middle Expansion of Elementary Schools
Wed.
3/6/19
5:30-7 pm Memorial High Supporting Families Through Transition
Tues.
3/12/19
6:30-8 pm Northstar Middle Middle School Boundaries
Thurs.
3/14/19
6-7:30 pm Northstar Middle
 
Presentation in Hmong

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Options

Option One
Option One

Repurpose Roosevelt Elementary for use as an additional 4K site and realign enrollment at other elementary schools to balance enrollment across schools.

Option Two
Option Two

Retain Roosevelt Elementary as an elementary site and expand the facility to accommodate the enrollment.

Option Three
Option Three

Retain Roosevelt as an elementary site and realign enrollment at other elementary schools to balance enrollment across schools.

Videos from Listening Sessions

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History

2016—Demographics Trends & Facility Planning Committee examined options to address enrollment and facility needs at Roosevelt.  It explored renovation, replacement on same site, and replacement at different site.  The group recommended replacement on a different site based on cost.

August 2016—Roosevelt was not included in the 2016 referendum based on feedback from the community and the total amount of referendum the community indicated it would support. 

2017-2018---The Demo Trends Committee continues to study District needs, shifting its focus from Roosevelt as a single school to the District as a whole. 

May 2018—The Demo Trends Committee votes to rescind the previous recommendation of replacing Roosevelt based on three things:  Need for additional 4K classrooms, under-enrollment in neighboring schools, schools at or near capacity in other areas of the District. 

October 2018—The Demo Trends Committee recommends repurpose to 4K and utilize surrounding elementary schools to serve the Roosevelt attendance area.