F--FACILITY EXPANSION PROGRAM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

F--FACILITY EXPANSION PROGRAM

FA.............................. Goals and Objectives

FB.............................. Building Committees

FC …………………... Memorials and Naming of District Facilities

FD.............................. Capital Outlay Long Range Planning

FDB............................ Long-Range Needs Determination

                                               

 

FA   Goals and Objectives                                                                        

Facility planning programs shall provide for new developments in instruction, population shifts, and changes in the condition of existing facilities.

Approved: 4/07

 

FB   Building Committees                                                                        

Building committees may be appointed by the board to assess general or specific facility needs and to advise the board.

Approved: 4/07

 

FC   Memorials and Naming of District Facilities                                          

Memorials

As places designed primarily to support learning, school sites should not serve as the main venue for permanent memorials for students or staff. Permanent memorials for deceased students or staff shall be limited in form to perpetual awards or scholarships for district students.

Any permanent memorials in existence before the adoption of this policy can only be removed by board action.

Naming of Facilities

The board will consider requests from school and community groups to name an athletic or other school activity facility, building, or a portion thereof for a person provided the proposed name has special significance and/or the person has made an outstanding contribution to the school or the school system. The board shall consider naming requests after they are recommended by the superintendent.

Approved: KASB Recommendation – 6/13; 8/13

 

FD   Capital Outlay Long Range Planning                                               

The board directs the administration to develop long-range plans and reliable methods to project capital outlay needs. The long-range planning process may include recommendations from patrons, consultants, architects, the board attorney, the district staff and representatives from local, state and federal governmental agencies.

The superintendent shall report recommendations concerning the district's capital outlay needs to the board on or before the regular board meeting each June.

Approved: KASB Recommendation–7/96; 4/07; 8/13

 

FDB   Long Range Needs Determination                                                 

The board and administration may periodically conduct district-wide assessments to evaluate facility use, to project future building needs, or to recommend that facilities be closed. A task force may be appointed to assist with the study.

 Approved: 4/07