The West Middlesex Area School District Board of Directors and District administration assume the responsibility of providing a learning environment that will support the students in reaching the mission and vision of the school district. The mission of the West Middlesex Area School District is to equip all students for successful futures in an ever-changing society. To fulfill this obligation, providing a safe learning environment that is conducive to learning is necessary. Developing a comprehensive long-range Capital Improvement Plan will support a balance between fiscal responsibility and the need to update the physical condition of our school buildings and resources. District officials continue to work from the perspective of fiscal responsibility while striving to provide valuable learning opportunities for each student in the areas of academics, arts, and athletics. Download Plan
EXAMPLES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT ESSENTIAL PLANS
These are examples the plans which every school district should develop and maintain—always with broad engagement from schools and communities. Included here are examples from rural, town, suburban and urban districts. To narrow your selection pick from the types of plan examples listed here.
In January 2016, the Department of Education (DOE) proposed a $14.9 billion Capital Plan Amendment for FY2015 – 2019. This amendment proposes the same funding level, which represents an increase of $1.4 billion from the Spring 2015 Adopted Amendment. Through this plan, we will invest in New York City’s future, continuing to create the school buildings and facilities that the City’s children need and deserve. This plan will allow for the continued advancement of our goals of growth, sustainability, equity and resilience by creating more than 44,000 seats in areas of current overcrowding and projected enrollment growth as well as taking significant steps to address pre-kindergarten need. We will continue to make investments in our infrastructure, thereby providing the framework for enhanced educational services and better facilities for the City’s more than one million school children and the teachers and staff who serve them. Download Plan
The Collier County Public Schools 5-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) has been developed in accordance with the requirements of Florida Department of Education Guidelines. The CIP integrates the facilities planning program with the annual capital budgeting process and the District’s educational programming strategies. Download Plan
Every two years, the School Board adopts a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), planning for capital needs for the next ten years. This approach to capital planning anticipates needs for the next decade, while providing flexibility to adjust to changing circumstances. During the development of the FY 2015-FY 2024 CIP, the School Board focused on the need to provide seats for students in the areas of most critical need, in light of the continued, sustained growth in student enrollment. Download Plan
The Anchorage School Board is responsible for providing an adequate educational environment for the students of Anchorage. To fulfill this obligation, the school board regularly engages in comprehensive long-range planning of school facility construction, renovation, and maintenance. On an annual basis, the school board adopts a Capital Improvement Plan that addresses the anticipated levels of student enrollment and shifts in enrollment, along with school facility condition and functionality from an educational perspective. Typically, this plan delineates the district’s construction priorities over the succeeding six-year period. Download Plan