Minteuman PowerPoint for the Municipal Leaders

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February 6, 2015
Presented by:
Edward A. Bouquillon. Ph.D.
Superintendent-Director
Superintendent’s Breakfast
for Municipal Leaders
Agenda
• New Minuteman Educational Plan
• Building Project Report
• FY 2016 Budget
• Regional Agreement Update
• Comments and Questions
[2]
Educational Program Plan
• Supports a Career Academy Model
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Two Academies plus a “Shared” House
Greater Integration of Curriculum
Flexibility in Project based learning
Flexibility in Scheduling
Common Planning Time
• 4 Year Transition to this model has begun
– Closing Two Programs
– Merging Two Programs
– Adding 2 New Programs
[3]
Engineering,
Construction, &
Trades Academy
Electrical
Advanced Manufacturing
Life Sciences &
Services Academy
Culinary Arts &
Hospitality
Cosmetology &
Barbering
Shared House
Advanced Placement
Health & Safety
Nursing Services
Entrepreneurship
Carpentry
Early Education & Care
Library
Financial Literacy
Automotive
Health Occupations
Special Education
Digital Literacy
Plumbing
Environmental Science Physical Education Reading Consultancy
Design & Visual
Communications
Biotechnology
Humanities
Portfolios
Programming & Web
Development
Horticulture
Guidance
Executive Function
Robotics Engineering
Automation
Math
Co-Op
Multi-Media Engineering
Science
English
Project Based
Learning
Common Planning
Time
Advanced Manufacturing & Metal
Fabrication in Practice
[5]
Effectiveness of the Education Program
• Multiple Engineering Reports Outlining
Structural Issues in the Building
• NEASC Accreditation – Warning Status
• Enrollment Set at 628 Students, with
Increased Numbers from Within the
District ~ How will we do this?
[6]
Increasing Interest from Members
• Marked Shift in Parental Perception of CTE
– Harvard Pathways to Prosperity Project
– National Public Radio, Marketplace series.
– Boston Globe, Boston Herald, etc.
• Strategic Plan being implemented to Attract and Retain
– Minuteman Team of teachers, counselors & administrators formed
– Working with a National Expert that has track record.
• The District
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Nearly 4,000 8th Grade Students.
< 4.0% of 8th grade applications = 112 freshman/year
6.0% application rate = 240 (.7) = 168 freshman = 616
Increased Interest being seen as 300 8th graders Toured
[7]
Building Project
• Ford Spalding, chair of the Minuteman
School Building Committee
[8]
Where Are We Now
• 628 Student Design Enrollment
• Career Academy Education Plan
• Design Options: New, Renovated &
New/Renovate – Base 40% MSBA
Reimbursement
• Non-MSBA Option / 100% District Paid
[9]
Building Project Update
• 305,808 Square Foot Building – Built in 1972
with Open Classroom Design
• 2009 $5 Million ESCO Project – Core Energy
Systems
• 2009 MSBA Feasibility Study Invitation
• MSBA Final Extension to June 30, 2016
• Grandfathered 40% Base Reimbursement
• Current 32% Base MSBA Reimbursement
[10]
Minuteman / MSBA Project
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Minuteman 100% District Funded
• Base Repair with No Ed Plan
– Cost: $71,663,678
– Cost to District: $71,663,678
– Duration: 10 Years
• Base Repair with Ed Plan Included
– Cost: $141,719,646
– Cost to District: $141,719,646
– Duration: 10 Years
[12]
What Are Our Plans
• Meet With Town Officials and Citizens
• School Committee Vote Preferred Option – May
2015
• MSBA Names Preferred Option – July 2015
• Town Meeting Votes – Spring 2016
• Construction Documents
• Construction Starts 2018
[13]
FY 2016 Budget Update
• Kevin Mahoney, Assistant Superintendent
of Finance
– Proposed FY 16 Budget of $19,831,003
– 0.9% Overall Budget Increase
[14]
Regional Agreement
• Report from the Regional Agreement Advocacy
Group
• Upcoming Actions
[15]
Questions?
[16]
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