District Long-Range Plan
Comprehensive Educational, Building, and Campus Review for Future Needs
The District is working with Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates Architects and has completed a districtwide feasibility study. The goal was to create a long-range plan for all District buildings to ensure that each can serve students’ instructional needs for 21st Century Learning. The Board continues to consider recommendations from the study, currently focusing on design of a potential Early Childhood/Kindergarten Center as well as prioritizing the remaining recommendations.
Please check back often for updated materials related to this process.
It is important to note that the Board has established Guiding Principles to use throughout the feasibility study selection process for future planning and potential improvements. The Guiding Principles include the following:
- Safety and security of all students, staff, and community
- Fiscal responsibility to our students, community, and key stakeholders
- Alignment with Building Goals as outlined in the District Comprehensive Plan, Mission Statement, Vision Statement, and Shared Values
- Support for 21st Century Learners with appropriate tools, resources, and learning environments
- Equity across all buildings and students - today, tomorrow and into the future given growth projections
- Code compliance (i.e. ADA, Building Codes)
Early Childhood Kindergarten Center Public Hearing
December 6, 2021
A public hearing will be held in the L-S High School cafeteria on December 6 at 6:30 p.m. in regards to the new Early Childhood/Kindergarten Center project. Please review the description booklet to learn facts relative to the educational, physical, administrative, budgetary, and fiscal aspects of this project.
Any and all interested parties are invited to attend and be heard at the public hearing. Interested parties that want to be placed on the public hearing agenda or wish to submit written testimony, or both, may submit their names and/or written testimony to the attention of Mrs. Mary Williams, School Board Secretary, at the Administration Building by 12:00 noon on Friday, December 3, 2021. All testimony will be limited to five minutes per speaker. Additional testimony will be received from the floor at the hearing, by sign-in sheet.
Additional written comments from the public regarding this project will be received by the School Board Secretary via submission at the Administration Building, until 12:00 noon on January 7, 2021.
Note: All interior floor plans have been removed for safety reasons.