Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 12/5/2019 - 6:30 PM
Category: Old Business and Action Items
Type: Info
Subject: The High School Project (10 mins.)
ACPS 2020 Strategic Plan Goal:
Objective 4.1 Optimal Learning Environments and Infrastructure
In collaboration with City partners, ACPS will move aggressively to modernize all learning environments, expand or otherwise adapt facilities to meet projected changes in school enrollment, and ensure equitable application of capital improvements throughout the school division.
Objective 4.2 Well Maintained Facilities
ACPS will ensure that facilities are maintained at high levels and that repair needs are addressed in a timely and efficient manner to support the educational mission and daily operations of the district.
Objective 4.3 Sustainable Facilities
ACPS will model sustainable environmental practices.
Objective 4.4 Safe and Secure Facilities
ACPS will ensure that its facilities are safe and secure.
Policy: FA - Facilities Development
Funding Source or Fiscal Impact (where applicable):
File Attachment:
191205_Memo_The_High_School_Project_Board_Memo v3.pdf
Agenda Item Summary: Since the last School Board meeting, staff reconvened and expanded the Educational Design Team and held its first meeting on November 14th at T.C. Williams High School King Street Campus. The meeting oriented new members and focused on the connection between the ideal ACPS graduate and the Virginia Profile of the Graduate.
Background: The High School Project began in the summer of 2018 and has progressed steadily throughout the past year. On January 24, 2019, the School Board voted to continue The High School Project work with a focus on several priorities and a commitment to a multi-option evaluation process.
Recommendation: The Superintendent has no recommendations for the School Board at this time. The project team will respond to and accommodate inquiries from the Board on an as-needed basis.
Approvals:
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Mignon Anthony - Chief Operating Officer
Signed By:
Gregory Hutchings - Superintendent