FACILITIES MASTER PLANNING

Guiding Principles:
Empower Student Success
Create Student-Centered Learning Environments
Provide High Quality Professional Learning for Teachers and Staff
Engage Parents, Business, and Community Partners
Invest in Facilities and Infastructure
Demonstrate Fiscal Responsibility and Transparency
Poway Unified School District Long Range Facility Master Plan 2020

“Creating culture and conditions to empower world-class learners”

is the vision of the Poway Unifed School District. The District strives to inspire passion and to prepare every student to thrive in college, career, and life by providing personalized, rich, and rigorous learning experiences.

In keeping with this commitment, and recognizing that high-quality facilities contribute to a high-quality learning environment, Poway Unifed embarked upon the development of a comprehensive Long-Range Facility Master Plan (LRFMP). The Plan sets a logical course of action for future capital improvements and facility management over the next ten (10) to ffteen (15) years. It is designed to be a “living, breathing” document that will be updated and adapted over time. 

Long Range Facilities Master Plan - Board Approved 2/13/2020
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
District Background
Enrollment, Capacity & Utilization
Education Specifications
Needs Assessment & Master Plans
Financial Summary
Implemenation Plan
Appendix
 
Community Facilities Committee (CFC)
The Community Facilities Committee is comprised of approximately 40 members that include local leaders, parents, teachers, district and site staff, business/community members, public safety professionals, and students to reflect the geographic and demographic diversity of the district. The Committee was formed in April 2019 and will complete its work in December 2019.

The Committee is charged to support the preparation of a Long-Range Facilities Master Plan (FMP) by identifying the community's priorities, representing stakeholders, conducting site visits to review facilities, contribute ideas regarding the development of the FMP, provide feedback to the District Leadership Team, and communicate to the community about the FMP and its findings.
Community Facilities Committee Meetings
May 13, 2019, Meeting #1 - Getting Started
CFC Site Tours - July 9, 2019
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Site Visit Handouts
September 10, 2019, Meeting #2 - 
October 30, 2019, Meeting #3 -
Questions about the LRFMP:
Director of Facilities, Maintenance & Operations: 
Chad Koster
Assistant Director of Planning:
Rheia Alschbach

Facilities

Additional FMP work:
Facilities Condition Assessment

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