On July 30, 2020, the SMFCSD Board of Trustees adopted the Facilities Master Plan for the New Decade (FMP). The adoption culminated more than one year of identification and analyses of needs across all of the schools and other sites in the District such as the Central Kitchen and District Office. The Plan provides the direction for facilities work that is needed at all sites over the next decade to ensure that all students and staff have school facilities that support teaching and learning and are healthy and safe.
school Community Input
Input was sought from school communities in meetings held in January and February 2020 and through a Facilities Needs Survey that was made available to all staff, parents and students. After all facilities needs were identified, School Teams comprised of parents and staff made recommendations for their respective school sites about their immediate facility needs.
immediate Facility needs
District staff and the consulting architect on the development of a new Facilities Master Plan for the District consolidated all of the needs, both Districtwide and site by site. Aedis Architects then developed cost estimates for each project. In total, over $850 million of facility needs in the next decade have been identified and included in the FMP. Of that total, $450 million of Immediate Needs
have been prioritized for implementation when sources of funding are secured. Please review this Summary of Immediate Priorities
The Board of Trustees, in adopting the Master Plan for the New Decade, underscored the importance of the Plan and thanked all who were involved in its development, noting that it may be the first facilities master plan developed that resulted from both in-person meetings and virtual meetings.
We invite you to review these documents to learn more: