Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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To promote efficient management of the district's facilities, the superintendent shall annually, at the first regular board meeting in December, present to the board a five-year facilities master plan. The master plan shall include plans for each year of the five years. The superintendent shall report to the board the progress of the current year's plans and any revisions for the other four years of the plan, plus plans for the fifth year.

The master plan shall, as a minimum, include the following:

A. Enrollment figures for the previous five years and projections for the next five years 1) by grade level for the district, 2) by individual school, 3) by levels (elementary, middle school, high school), and 4) district-wide.

B. Projected need for additional school facilities, whether entire schools or modifications or additions to existing facilities.

C. Projected need for boundary changes to even out student numbers with available facilities.

D. An inventory of the district's undeveloped property and developed facilities, including an analysis of the number of students in each facility, the number of portables used for classrooms in a facility, the number of classrooms in a facility, and the number of classrooms not being used regularly for a class.

E. An analysis of the appropriateness of the facilities to meet the needs of students of both sexes and those with handicapping conditions.

F. Inventory of closed school facilities and their uses.

G. Inventory of properties assigned to the surplus category.

H. Inventory of the district's construction needs to accommodate district programs, code requirements, and major facility maintenance needs.

Legal Reference:
Preliminary Application Procedures for State Assistance - WAC 180-25

Highline School District 401
Adopted by the Board: August 1984
Revised by the Board: 04.89