I have not yet perused this document on School Allocations for 207-2018 but thought I would put it up for folks to see what the district is thinking.
Despite the happy victory that the levy cliff bill was passed last night by the Senate (and then onto the House for this version to be ratified), the district is still in the hole.
Something to think about.
Also of interest is the Capacity Management Task Force webpage. Here you can see many useful maps such as where portable currently are AND how many more each site can support. There are also density maps, inventory maps and attendance area maps.
As I previously reported, Facilities head, Flip Herndon, apparently had a brain freeze at last week's School Board meeting when he could not recall how many portables are at Cedar Park. This was around the discussion of trying to put not one but two City pre-Ks in a small building.
Turns out there are eight. Want to bet who will be in the building and who will not be? Hint: pre-K kids won't be in portables.
Some of these numbers are startling.
Catherine Blaine K-8 has six and could fit 8 more.
Tiny Montlake has seven and can fit no more.
Lafayette has six and could add eight more.
Boren STEM K-8 has 11 but can fit no more.
Kimball Elementary takes the cake with 12 on-site and room for 10 more.