Tigers – it may be summer, but the work continues to move our master facility planning – Building Tiger Nation – forward! As you know, this is all part of a year-long process of community engagement to assess the current and future school facility needs, which haven’t been assessed since 1998!
In this video, Loveland Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse brings you up-to-date on what is being accomplished while the students are away.
Also, mark your calendars now for Thursday, Sept. 6, when the Loveland City School District plans to host a Community Meeting to present all of the findings from the summer-long assessment. More details on that meeting to come!
Here is just one more reminder of the Building Tiger Nation timeline:
WE ARE HERE - Phase One: Assessment (Research & Analysis)
May 2018 – September 2018
• Assessment of the condition of all six campuses
• Evaluation of enrollment trends and the effect of the trends on the district
• Analysis of how the current facilities meet the needs of 21st century education methodologies
• Community engagement to provide an overview of the findings of the assessment phase
Phase Two: Translation (Interpretation of Needs)
September 2018 – April 2019
• Evaluation of feedback from Phase One community engagement
• Exploration of educational trends to identify how these trends can influence facilities
• Development of options with cost implications
• Community engagement to present options and solicit feedback
• Revise options based upon feedback
• Community engagement to present final options and solicit feedback
• Evaluation to determine if additional refining is needed
Phase Three: Master Plan Delivery
• Provide Final Master Facilities Plan containing rendered floor plans of chosen option(s)
• Rendered site plans of chosen option(s)