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CRITICAL

 

FACILITIES PLANNING

 


The Board of Education will make the necessary provisions to carry out the goals and objectives of the school district through careful facilities planning.


The Board shall periodically review the long-range school facilities plan. This review will provide guidance for capital outlay expenditures and will ensure that the school district has well-planned school buildings at proper locations when needed and at reasonable costs. The superintendent shall report to the Board annually the status of facilities needed, based on enrollment projections and other factors. Enrollment projections shall cover five (5) years and include current registration figures, community population trends, local birth rates and a review of proposed land development in the community, including residential construction rates.


The Board or superintendent will generally initiate facility planning; however, the Board and superintendent will consider suggestions from staff or patrons. Principals, staff and patrons shall be consulted during the planning stage through final layout. The superintendent will present a detailed summary of this consultation to the Board prior to the approval of any building plan. The summary will include recommendations based on activities that will take place in the building; organization of instruction and curriculum to be housed in the building; specific architectural characteristics desired; equipment required; the spatial relationship to other district facilities; and other pertinent factors. Building plans for new construction or major structural renovation will be designed in accordance with seismic design standards if required by law and will comply with access requirements for persons with disabilities as required by law.


The district may acquire real property necessary for facility improvement or expansion through eminent domain only in accordance with law. The district will provide for the relocation of any persons displaced by the acquisition of property through eminent domain as required by and in accordance with law.


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Note:  The reader is encouraged to check the index located at the beginning of this section for other pertinent policies and to review administrative procedures and/or forms for related information.

 

Adopted:         07/18/1995

 

Revised:          02/20/2007

 

Cross Refs:     ECB, Building and Grounds Maintenance

 

Legal Refs:     §§ 8.610 - .655, 319.200, 523.205, RSMo.

Chapters 177, 523, RSMo.

The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, 29 U.S.C. § 794

Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101 - 12213


Farmington R-7 School District, Farmington, Missouri

 

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