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  1. Facilities Steering CommitteeMeeting 1

    Slide 1 - Facilities Steering CommitteeMeeting 1

    • Wednesday, November 19, 2014
    • East Cliff Cafeteria 7:00 p.m.
  2. Facilities Steering Committee Meeting 1Wednesday, November 19, 2014	        East Cliff Cafeteria 7:00 p.m.

    Slide 2 - Facilities Steering Committee Meeting 1Wednesday, November 19, 2014 East Cliff Cafeteria 7:00 p.m.

    • Review mission of Facilities Steering Committee and scope of the committee’s work.
    • Review facilities projects accomplished to date and to be completed by 9-1-15.
    • Review facilities plans for old East Cliff campus and proposed re-use of site.
    • Review need for study update & key planning assumptions/drivers(economic developments, district tax base growth, School Finance dynamics, need for increase in district enrollment.
    • Review Texas school bond election requirements/required checkpoints for possible May 2015 election.
    • Review next steps/Meeting 2 agenda.
    • Submit questions to be answered in Meeting 2.
  3. Review Mission of Facilities Steering Committee and Scope of the Committee’s Work

    Slide 3 - Review Mission of Facilities Steering Committee and Scope of the Committee’s Work

    • Committee serves as a cross-section of the school district to give input on facilities development proposal.
    • Review facilities projects completed from 2000 through September 1, 2015.
    • Review plans for re-use of current East Cliff campus, once vacated.
    • Review age of G-PISD facilities.
    • Review need for facilities study update – economic developments, district tax base growth, School Finance dynamics, need for increase in district enrollment.
    • Review Texas school bond election requirements/required checkpoints for possible May 9, 2015 election.
    • Review next steps/Meeting 2 agenda.
    • Submit questions to be answered in Meeting 2.
  4. Review Facilities Projects Completed from 2000-9/1/15

    Slide 4 - Review Facilities Projects Completed from 2000-9/1/15

    • Athletics
    • 2002/2011 - Synthetic surface applied to stadium track and 2nd new surface applied due to failure of first track & bankruptcy of original installer – fund balance
    • 2003 - New stadium scoreboard – fund balance
    • 2006 - Stadium lights replaced for safety reasons – fund balance
    • 2007 - Tennis courts resurfaced – fund balance
    • 2009 - Press box rebuilt/ expanded – fund balance
    • 2014 - All sports athletic complex – bond funds
  5. Review Facilities Projects Completed from 2000 to 9/1/15

    Slide 5 - Review Facilities Projects Completed from 2000 to 9/1/15

    • Other
    • New High School – 2002 – bond funds
    • New Austin Elementary School - 2007 – fund balance
    • New wing added to Austin Elementary School – 2015 –bond funds
    • New East Cliff Elementary School – 2015 – bond funds
  6. Review Plans for Re-use of Old East Cliff and Use of 1200 Broadway

    Slide 6 - Review Plans for Re-use of Old East Cliff and Use of 1200 Broadway

    • Demolish older classroom buildings built through 1962.
    • Keep library, kindergarten wing, storage building, play gym and, perhaps, cafeteria for administrative purposes.
    • Also use 1200 Broadway for administrative/curricular purposes as appropriate.
    • Renovate walking track and surrounding area.
  7. G-P High School

    Slide 7 - G-P High School

    • Constructed 2002
    • 12 years old
    • Serves Grades 9 - 12
  8. G-P Junior High

    Slide 8 - G-P Junior High

    • Constructed 1964
    • 50 years old
    • Serves Grades 7 & 8
  9. SF Austin Elementary

    Slide 9 - SF Austin Elementary

    • Constructed 2007
    • 7 years old
    • Serves Grades PK-4
  10. TM Clark Elementary

    Slide 10 - TM Clark Elementary

    • Constructed 1993
    • 21 years old
    • Serves Grades PK-4
  11. East Cliff Elementary

    Slide 11 - East Cliff Elementary

    • Constructed 1957
    • 57 years old
    • Serves Grades K-4
  12. WC Andrews Elementary

    Slide 12 - WC Andrews Elementary

    • Constructed 1979
    • 35 years old
    • Serves Grades K-4
  13. G-P Intermediate

    Slide 13 - G-P Intermediate

    • Constructed 1964
    • 50 years old
    • Serves Grades 5 & 6
  14. Campus

    Slide 14 - Campus

    • Age
    • Remaining Life
    • Andrews
    • 35
    • 15
    • Austin
    • 7
    • 43-48
    • Clark
    • 21
    • 29-34
    • East Cliff
    • 57
    • 0 (2)
    • Inventory of Current Facilities
  15. Campus

    Slide 15 - Campus

    • Age
    • Remaining Life
    • Intermediate
    • 50
    • 1-5
    • Junior High
    • 50
    • 1-5
    • High School
    • 11
    • 39-44
    • Central Office
    • 61
    • 0(10)
    • Inventory of Current Campuses
  16. Purpose of Study Update Economic Developments, District Tax Base Growth

    Slide 16 - Purpose of Study Update Economic Developments, District Tax Base Growth

    • TPCO America, Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation, could create as many as 800 permanent jobs and 800 contract jobs and have an estimated $3 billion economic impact on the area within 10 years.
    • Cheniere plans to construct a natural gas export terminal at an estimated cost of over 13 billion dollars and employ more than 200 people in highly skilled and good paying jobs and 100 contract workers.
    • voestalpine, an Austrian Company, is constructing a 770 million dollar facility that will employ an estimated 150 workers.
  17. Review Need for Study Update Economic Developments, District Tax Base Growth

    Slide 17 - Review Need for Study Update Economic Developments, District Tax Base Growth

    • In addition to these three companies, the La Quinta project is contributing to further expansion of the Port of Corpus Christi.
    • The enlargement of the Panama Canal, scheduled for completion in 2014, will make the Port of Corpus Christi one of the busiest ports in the country.
  18. Tax Base Value Growth Estimates for G-PISD

    Slide 18 - Tax Base Value Growth Estimates for G-PISD

    • Year
    • Estimated Roll
    • 2014
    • $ 1,459,735,213
    • 2015
    • $ 2,825,259,381
    • 2016
    • $ 3,417,320,162
    • 2017
    • $ 3,578,918,307
    • 2018
    • $ 3,731,770,369
    • 2019
    • $ 4,454,636,233
    • 2020
    • $ 6,004,927,709
    • 2021
    • $ 7,907,195,619
    • 2022
    • $ 9,942,303,719
    • 2023
    • $ 10,920,103,029
    • 2024
    • $ 11,240,455,099
    • 2025
    • $ 10,923,217,499
    • 2026
    • $ 10,638,269,103
    • 2027
    • $ 10,364,510,144
    • 2028
    • $ 10,092,853,944
    • 2029
    • $ 9,822,621,452
    • 2030
    • $ 9,574,328,621
    • 2031
    • $ 9,317,876,301
    • 2032
    • $ 9,083,170,792
    • 2033
    • $ 8,860,123,513
    • 2034
    • $ 8,629,655,604
    • 2035
    • $ 8,400,642,749
  19. Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    Slide 19 - Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    • Enrollment
    • 2009-10 4,183
    • 2010-11 4,286
    • 2011-12 4,404
    • 2012-13 4,486
    • 2013-14 4,510
    • 2014-15 4,606
    • Enrollment growth rate has averaged approximately 2% per year
    • Enrollment growth rate is projected to rise to 2.83% to 3.16% per year
  20. Review Facility Capacities and Current Loads

    Slide 20 - Review Facility Capacities and Current Loads

    • Campus
    • Current
    • Enrollment
    • Design Capacity
    • Operational Capacity
    • SF Austin Elementary K-4
    • 456
    • 500
    • 450
    • WC Andrews Elementary PreK-4
    • 347
    • 528
    • 475
    • East Cliff Elementary Pre-K-4
    • 394
    • 425
    • 383
    • TM Clark Elementary PreK-4
    • 612
    • 750
    • 675
    • Intermediate School Grades 5-6
    • 674
    • 729
    • 619
    • Gregory-Portland Jr. HS Grades 7-8
    • 733
    • 1242
    • 1,055
    • Gregory-Portland High School Grades 9-12
    • 1372
    • 2093
    • 1,569
  21. Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    Slide 21 - Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    • Fiscal Year
    • Avg. Daily Attendance
    • Estimated Revenues
    • Recapture Amount
    • 2013
    • 4,209
    • $ 30,914,555
    • $ -
    • 2014
    • 4,240
    • $ 34,846,027
    • $ -
    • 2015
    • 4,279
    • $ 32,658,486
    • $ -
    • 2016
    • 4,400
    • $ 39,572,324
    • $ -
    • 2017
    • 4,525
    • $ 32,968,248
    • $ 89,176
    • 2018
    • 4,653
    • $ 36,712,504
    • $ -
    • 2019
    • 4,784
    • $ 37,857,449
    • $151,780
    • 2020
    • 4,920
    • $ 45,517,709
    • $ 393,974
    • 2021
    • 5,059
    • $ 56,014,415
    • $ 1,595,867
    • 2022
    • 5,202
    • $ 34,151,475
    • $13,583,472
    • 2023
    • 5,349
    • $ 35,551,544
    • $ 7,215,625
    • 2024
    • 5,501
    • $ 53,309,329
    • $ 3,959,679
    • 2025
    • 5,656
    • $ 30,463,820
    • $ 9,468,667
  22. Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    Slide 22 - Review Need for Study UpdateEnrollment/Growth, School Finance Dynamics & Need for Increase in District Enrollment

    • Fiscal Year
    • Avg Daily Attendance
    • Estimated Revenues
    • Recapture Amount
    • 2026
    • 5,818
    • $ 38,634,101
    • $ 940,969
    • 2027
    • 5,984
    • $ 40,656,764
    • $ 593,242
    • 2028
    • 6,155
    • $ 42,002,933
    • $ 307,810
    • 2029
    • 6,331
    • $ 43,369,126
    • $ 42,948
    • 2030
    • 6,512
    • $ 79,054,681
    • $ -
    • 2031
    • 6,699
    • $ 60,791,414
    • $ 12,543,785
    • 2032
    • 6,890
    • $ 60,745,879
    • $ 26,487,762
    • 2033
    • 7,087
    • $ 51,140,670
    • $ 32,235,855
    • 2034
    • 7,290
    • $ 52,234,954
    • $ 27,544,365
    • 2035
    • 7,499
    • $ 53,329,504
    • $ 23,020,634
    • 2036
    • 7,713
    • $ 54,324,351
    • $ 18,754,662
    • Grand Total
    • $ 178,930,270
  23. Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    Slide 23 - Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    • NOTE ON JOINT ELECTION REQUIREMENT FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS
    • School districts conducting trustee elections must have joint polling places on election day with either (1) a city holding an election on the uniform election day (located wholly or partly within the school district’s boundaries); (Sec. 11.0581, Education Code).
  24. Deadline to Order General Election

    Slide 24 - Deadline to Order General Election

    • Last day for political subdivisions to order a general election to be held on Saturday, May 9, 2015, unless otherwise provided by the Election Code. (Sec. 3.005), Friday, February, 27th, 2015.
  25. Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    Slide 25 - Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    • Note for All Political Subdivisions, Except Counties: The governing body of a political subdivision must deliver notice of the election to the county clerk and voter registrar of each county in which the political subdivision is located not later than the 60th day before election day, Tuesday, March 10, 2015. (Sec. 4.008).
  26. Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    Slide 26 - Texas School Election Requirements/Required Checkpoints for Possible May 9, 2015 Election

    • Notice for Counties, School Districts and Cities: Counties, school districts, and cities are required to publish their notice in a newspaper in accordance with Section 4.003(a)(1) (See B, above) and may also give any additional notice. (Sec. 4.003(c)). Counties, school districts and cities must also post notice on the governmental bulletin board used for posting notice of public meetings, no later than Monday, April 20, 2015*. (Secs. 1.006, 4.003(b)). * Since the 21st day before the election falls on a Saturday, the deadline is extended to the next business day.
  27. Posting of Notice Election at the Regular Posting Location

    Slide 27 - Posting of Notice Election at the Regular Posting Location

    • Last day to post notice of election on bulletin board used for posting notices of meetings of governing body (Secs. 1.006, 4.003(b), Monday, April 20, 2015). This deadline is extended by Section 1.006, as the 21st day before election day falls on Saturday, April 18, 2015.
  28. Early Voting

    Slide 28 - Early Voting

    • First day to vote early in person (Sec. 85.001 (e)) is Monday, April 27th, 2015 (12th day before election day).
    • Last day to vote early by personal appearance (Sec. 85.001 (e)), Tuesday, May 5th, 2015.
  29. Election Day

    Slide 29 - Election Day

    • Election day will be held Saturday, May 9th, 2015. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Sec. 41.031).
  30. Canvass Election Deadline

    Slide 30 - Canvass Election Deadline

    • Last day for official canvass of returns by governing authority of political subdivision (Sec. 67.003), Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 (11th day after election day).
  31. Canvass Election Deadline

    Slide 31 - Canvass Election Deadline

    • Last day for official canvass of returns by governing authority of political subdivision (Sec. 67.003), Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 (11th day after election day). Request written questions be submitted for Meeting 2
  32. Next Steps

    Slide 32 - Next Steps

    • Respond to written questions submitted in Meeting 1
    • Hear presentation on update of long-range facilities study, findings
    • Review age of facilities
    • Review G-PISD demographics (students and community)
    • Review/discuss long-range planning for elementary, junior high and high school campuses
    • Present and discuss proposed facility planning scenario, proposed project sequence & cost
    • Review financial status of G-PISD
    • Review bond sale cash-flow dynamics related to construction finance cycle of projects
    • Review need to use swing campus process to allow build-out sequence
    • Review next steps/Meeting 3 agenda
    • Submit questions to be answered in Meeting 3
  33. Questions?

    Slide 33 - Questions?

    • Request written questions be submitted to be answered in Meeting 2