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Moreno Valley High School - Cimarron Municipal Schools
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Moreno Valley High School
Educational Specifications
August 2014
Architectural Research Consultants, Incorporated
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Cimarron Municipal Schools Board of Education
Ms. Valorie C. Garcia, President
Mr. Ronald L. Anderson, Vice-President
Mr. Bret E. Wier, Secretary
Ms. Misty Ogata, Member
Ms. Annie J. Lindsey, Member
Moreno Valley High School Governing Council
Ms. Kelly Orndorff, President
Ms. Kathy Westlund, Vice-President
Ms. Debi Coscia, Secretary
Ms Trini Bradley, Treasurer
Mr. Jeff Weeks, Member
Ms. Tammy Devine, Member
Steering Committee
Ms. Jacque Boyd, MVHS Principal
Ms. Joyce Burke, Teacher, MVHS
Ms. Barbara L. Cottam, Past Parent, Mayor, Village of Angel Fire
Mr. Adán Estrada, Superintendent, Cimarron Municipal Schools
Ms. Sally Torres, Teacher, MVHS
Ms. Debra E. Ledford, Teacher, MVHS
Ms. Angie Martinez, Cimarron Resident
Mr. Carl Nelson, President, Moreno Valley Education Foundation
Mr. Tim O’Neill, Cimarron Parent
Mr. John Sutton, Parent, Angle Fire Contractor
Mr. Jeff Weeks, Member, MVHS Governing Council
PSFA
Mr. William W. Sprick, Facilities Master Planner
Mr. Karl Sitzberger, PSFA Regional Manager
Planning Consultant
Architectural Research Consultants, Incorporated
CONTENTS
List of Abbreviations .................................................................. viii
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY .............................................................. ES-1
Introduction ................................................................................ ES-1
1 PROJECT OVERVIEW AND FMP CONSISTENCY ............. 1-1
1.1 Report Overview ................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Compliance with Facilities Master Plan ........................... 1-2
1.3 Planning Process ................................................................... 1-3
1.3.1
DataGatheringandAnalysis.................................. 1-3
1.4 Authority and Facilities Decision Making ..................... 1-4
2 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM AND DELIVERY SYSTEM .. 2-1
2.1 Overview of the School and Instructional Program ...... 2-1
2.2 Goals and Mission ................................................................ 2-1
2.3 Strategies for Program Delivery......................................... 2-2
2.3.1
InstructionalOrganization...................................... 2-2
2.3.3
ProgramDeliveryMethods..................................... 2-4
2.3.5
AnticipatedProgramChanges................................ 2-5
2.3.2
2.3.4
2.3.6
Schedule..................................................................... 2-4
SpaceAdequacyVariance........................................ 2-4
OtherConsiderations............................................... 2-5
2.4 Special Curricular and Extracurricular Activities ........... 2-6
2.4.1
2.4.2
SchoolFacilitiesOutsideSchoolBuilding............. 2-6
After-SchoolUseofSchoolFacilities...................... 2-6
3 STUDENT ENROLLMENT ........................................................ 3-1
3.1 Enrollment Data .................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1
HistoricEnrollment.................................................. 3-1
3.1.3
StudentOrigination.................................................. 3-2
3.1.2
3.1.4
4
ProjectedEnrollment................................................ 3-2
Class-LoadingPolicies............................................. 3-2
GOALS AND CONCEPTS ........................................................ 4-1
4.1 Goals ........................................................................................ 4-1
4.1.1
4.1.2
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SiteGoalsandConcepts........................................... 4-1
FacilityGoalsandConcepts.................................... 4-2
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5 SPACE REQUIREMENTS .......................................................... 5-1
5.1 Existing Site and Facility Facts ........................................... 5-1
5.1.1
GeneralSite................................................................ 5-1
5.1.3
CompliancewithNewMexicoPublicSchool
AdequacyStandards................................................ 5-5
5.1.2 ExistingFacility......................................................... 5-4
5.2 Site and Space Requirements ............................................. 5-5
5.2.1
SiteNeeds................................................................... 5-5
5.2.3
DevelopmentofConceptualRelationship
Diagrams.................................................................. 5-15
5.2.2
ClassroomNeeds...................................................... 5-7
5.3 Space Needs - Program of Requirements (POR).......... 5-17
5.3.1
5.3.2
RelationshipDiagrams........................................... 5-21
SpaceRequirements................................................ 5-22
6 ROOM AND SPACE CHARACTERISTICS ........................... 6-1
6.1 Design Criteria ...................................................................... 6-1
6.1.1
TechnologyandCommunicationsCriteria........... 6-1
6.1.3
SpecialSystemsCriteria........................................... 6-2
6.1.5
ClassroomFinishes................................................... 6-3
6.1.2 LightingandDaylightingCriteria.......................... 6-2
6.1.4
6.1.6
6.1.7
EnvironmentalConditioningCriteria.................... 6-2
Furnishing/Fixtures/EquipmentCriteria........ 6-3
TareCriteria............................................................... 6-4
6.2 Design Criteria Sheets ......................................................... 6-5
6.2.1
6.2.2
Classrooms................................................................. 6-6
AdministrationandSupportAreas........................ 6-8
7 PROJECT BUDGET...................................................................... 7-1
7.1 Cost Estimate ......................................................................... 7-1
7.2 Assumptions .......................................................................... 7-1
7.2.1 FundingAssumptions.............................................. 7-1
7.2.2 CostEstimateAssumptions..................................... 7-2
7.2.3
TemporarySchoolFacilities..................................... 7-2
7.3 Schedule.................................................................................. 7-3
7.4 School Board Approval ........................................................ 7-3
APPENDIX .........................................................................................A-1
ExistingProgram...................................................................A-9
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ExistingFacility...................................................................A-10
SpecializedInstruction....................................................... A-11
PlanningProcess.................................................................A-13
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LIST OF EXHIBITS
Exhibit 2-1 Four-Year Graduation Plan ......................................... 2-3
Exhibit 3-1 Historic Enrollment ..................................................... 3-1
Exhibit 3-2 Projected Enrollment ................................................... 3-2
Exhibit 4-1 Examples of School Facility Concepts .......................... 4-4
Exhibit 5-1 Aerial Photo of MVHS Site ........................................ 5-1
Exhibit 5-2 Site Views to the West.................................................. 5-2
Exhibit 5-3 Existing Site Conditions .............................................. 5-3
Exhibit 5-4 Angel Fire, NM Annual Average Temperatures and
Precipitation.............................................................................. 5-3
Exhibit 5-5 Legend of Symbols Used in the Relationship
Diagrams .................................................................................. 5-4
Exhibit 5-6 Existing Classroom Layout .......................................... 5-4
Exhibit 5-7 Site Requirements ........................................................ 5-5
Exhibit 5-8 Bus Serves as Storage and a Greenhouse ..................... 5-6
Exhibit 5-9 Classroom Need ............................................................ 5-7
Exhibit 5-10 MVHS Classroom Utilization ................................... 5-8
Exhibit 5-11 MVHS Revised Utilization Summary ....................... 5-9
Exhibit 5-12 MVHS Classroom Utilization and Occupancy
including Multipurpose Room ............................................... 5-11
Exhibit 5-13 MVHS Classroom Utilization and Occupancy
without Multipurpose Room .................................................. 5-13
Exhibit 5-14 Option A ................................................................. 5-15
Exhibit 5-15 Option B ................................................................... 5-16
Exhibit 5-16 Option C .................................................................. 5-16
Exhibit 5-17 Size Requirements .................................................... 5-19
Exhibit 5-18 Site Relationships ..................................................... 5-21
Exhibit 5-19 General Classrooms .................................................. 5-22
Exhibit 5-20 Special Education Classrooms ................................. 5-23
Exhibit 5-21 Digital Arts / Mac Lab............................................. 5-23
Exhibit 5-22 Art / Drama Classroom............................................ 5-24
Exhibit 5-23 Music Classroom...................................................... 5-24
Exhibit 5-24 Science Classroom .................................................... 5-25
Exhibit 5-25 PE / Health Classroom ............................................. 5-25
Exhibit 5-26 Nurse’s Office ........................................................... 5-26
Exhibit 5-27 Staff Workroom ........................................................ 5-26
Exhibit 7-1 Estimated Total Project Cost ........................................ 7-1
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Exhibit 7-2 Project Schedule ........................................................... 7-3
Exhibit A-1 Program of Requirements........................................... A-3
Exhibit A-2 Replat of School Properties......................................... A-7
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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
ADA-AmericanswithDisabilitiesAct
ARC-ArchitecturalResearchConsultants,Incorporated
CMS-CimarronMunicipalSchools
EdSpecs-Educationalspecifications
FMP-Facilitiesmasterplan
GOBond-Generalobligationbond
GSF-Grosssquarefeet,orthesumofnetassignablesquarefeetplus
allotherbuildingareasthatarenotassignable(thearearemaining
iscalled“tare,”whichincludesareassuchashallways,mechanical
areas,restrooms,andtheareaofinteriorandexteriorwalls)
HVAC-Heating,ventilationandairconditioning
IT-Informationtechnology
MACC-MaximumAllowableConstructionCost,oraproject
constructionbudget;thiscostiscomparabletothecontractor’sbid
MVHS-MorenoValleyHighSchool
NASF-Netassignablesquarefeet,orthetotalofallassignableareas
insquarefeet
NMAC-NewMexicoAdministrativeCode,includingthestatutethat
codifiespublicschoolfacilitiesadequacystandards
OT/PT-Occupationaltherapy/physicaltherapy
PE-Physicaleducation
PED-NewMexicoPublicEducationDepartment
PERT-Programevaluationandreviewtechnique
POR-ProgramofRequirements
PSCOC-PublicSchoolCapitalOutlayCouncil
PSFA-PublicSchoolFacilitiesAuthority
PTR-Pupil/teacherratio
SPED-Specialeducation
STAR/SPED-Students,teachersachievingresults/Specialeducation
TPC-Totalprojectcostofaprojectwithfees,moveableequipment,
specialstudies,administration,andcontingencies
VLAN-Virtuallocalareanetwork
wNMCI-WeightedNewMexicoConditionIndex
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EXECUTIVE
SUMMARY
The 2013 Update of the
Cimarron Municipal
Schools Facility
Master Plan (FMP)
2013-2018 identified
the construction of
permanent classrooms
and facilities for MVHS
as a priority project.
INTRODUCTION
Thisreportpresentseducationalspecifications(EdSpecs)for
CimarronMunicipalSchools’MorenoValleyHighSchool,adistrictcharteredpublicschool.Theintentoftheplanistodescribethe
physicalandperformancerequirementsforandtoguidethedesign
anddevelopmentofanewfacilitytoreplacethesixportables
currentlyontheschoolsitewithpermanentclassrooms.
TheCimarronMunicipalSchools2013UpdateofitsFacilityMaster
Planidentifiesthisprojectasapriorityproject.TheFMPhas
designatedadesignenrollmentcapacityforMVHSof90students
andthemaximumallowedgrosssquarefootage(GSF)forthe
schoolfacilityat19,028GSF,whichincludestheGSFoftheexisting
multipurposebuilding.ThemaximumallowedGSFfornew
constructionforthereplacementoftheportablesis12,278GSF.
TheplanningprocessforthedevelopmentoftheEdSpecsincluded
apublicforum,twoworksessionswithasteeringcommittee,and
interviewswithdistrictstaff,schooladministrationandteachers,
foundationandgoverningboardmembers,studentsandmembers
oftheAngelFireandCimarroncommunities.Thisdocument
articulatesfacilitygoalsandconcepts,siteandspacerequirements,
spacialrelationshipsanddesigncriteriatoensurefacilitiesthatmeet
theprogrammaticandcurricularneedsofthecharterschoolandthe
schooldistrict,andtopromotedesignandconstructionofschool
facilitiesthatareefficient,wellused,andfiscallyresponsible.
Thisreportprovidesapreliminarycostestimateandaschedule
fortheproject.Thecostestimateforatotalprojectcost,basedona
weightedaverage,is$4.09million.InMarch,2014,districtvoters
passedgeneralobligationbondstofundtheproject.Thedistrict
willfullyfundtheprojectuptoPSCOCadequacystandards,and
theMorenoValleyEducationFoundationwillfundanyfacilities
determinedtoexceedstateadequacyrequirements.Theprojectis
expectedtobecompletedinthelatespringof2016.
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PROJECT OVERVIEW
AND FMP CONSISTENCY
This section demonstrates
compliance with the
district’s board and
PSFA-approved Facility
Master Plan (FMP).
PSCOC funding is not
anticipated for the project
at this time.
1.1 REPORT OVERVIEW
Thisreportpresentseducationalspecifications(EdSpecs)forthe
replacementofportableclassroomswithnew,permanentclassrooms
fortheMorenoValleyHighSchool(MVHS)inAngelFire,NM.The
schoolisacharterschool,authorizedbytheCimarronMunicipal
SchoolDistrict,serving9ththrough12thgrades.Itcurrentlyhas6
double-classroomportablebuildingsandapermanentmultipurpose
buildingona±21-acresite.
EducationalSpecificationsdescribetheoverallinstructionalprogram,
anddefinetheassociatedfunctional,spacialandenvironmental
characteristicsofthesiteandfacilitiesthathousetheprogram.This
documentnotescompliancewiththeNewMexicoStateAdequacy
Standards(NMAC6.27.30)andthePublicSchoolFacilitiesAuthority
(PSFA)Adequacy Planning Guide(July15th,2010),andadoptedby
reference.
Thiseducationalspecificationsreportcontainsthefollowingsections
requiredbythePSFAdocument,Educational Specifications Overview
and Required Deliverables (October 23, 2012).
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PSCOC Award Consistency
Demonstratescompliancewiththedistrict’sboardandPSFAapprovedfacilitymasterplan(FMP)forprojectifusingPSCOC
funding
Educational Program and Delivery System
Describestheschool’sinstructionalprogramandstrategiesforits
delivery
Student Enrollment
Identifiesthepost-occupancyprojectionofattendancearea
enrollmentsinthegradelevelsaffectedbythefacility,anticipated
class-loadingrequirements,andutilizationanalysis
Facility Goals / Concepts
Identifiesanddescribesmajorfacilitygoalsandconceptsthat
haveabearingonthephysicalimplementationofthenewfacility
Space Requirements
Itemizesthequantityandsizesofspacesrequiredtoaccommodate
theinstructionalprogram
Room / Space Characteristics
Identifiesthegeneralandspecificfunctional,spatialand
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environmentalcharacteristics,aswellasfurnishingsandbuilt-in
equipmentrequirementsforeachcategoryofspace
Project Budget
Providesanestimateofprobablecostforthetotalprojectandan
anticipatedprojectdeliveryschedule
FundingforthisreportisprovidedbyMVHSwithsupportfromthe
MorenoValleyEducationFoundation.
1.2 COMPLIANCE WITH FACILITIES MASTER
PLAN
The2013UpdateoftheCimarronMunicipalSchoolsFacilityMaster
Plan(FMP)2013-2018identifiedtheconstructionofpermanent
classroomsandfacilitiesforMVHSasapriorityproject.Cimarron
MunicipalSchoolsreviewedandupdatedthedistrictwidecapital
needsinSeptemberandOctober2013throughaprocesswhich
includedtwocommunityforumsandtwoFMPsteeringcommittee
meetings.ThesummarydataindicatedthatMorenoValleyhasthe
greatestneedforimprovementsintermsofdollaramount.The
projectsidentifiedforfundinginageneralbondelectiononMarch4,
2014 includedtheconstructionofpermanentclassroomsatMVHS.
Thebondpassedwith60%ofvoterssupportingthequestion,
althoughthevotesplitcommunitieswithinthedistrict.
TheFMPestablishedtheGSFforthenewconstructionat12,278GSF
andsetadesigncapacityforthenewconstruction.Thereportstates:
TheCommitteerecommendedbasingarea(SF)ofnew
constructiononadesigncapacityof90students.Thisarea
isgreaterthanthecurrentenrollmentof70studentsandless
thanthecharter’scapof120students.Theprojectincludes
courtyard,drainageandlandscaping.Subtotalloadingfactor
isnotapplicable
ARCmetwithaPSFArepresentativeatthestartoftheplanning
processtodiscusstheproject.PSFAwillrequirethattheGSFof
thenewconstructionremainunderwhatisallowedfortraditional
schools.ThePSFAcalculatorallows19,028GSFforaHSfor90
students.TheexistingpermanentbuildingsatMVHSinclude6,750
GSF.TheremainingGSFallowedfornewconstruction,12,278GSF,
providescompliancewiththeFMPandwithPSFArequirements.
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1.3 PLANNING PROCESS
1.3.1 Data Gathering and Analysis
CimarronMunicipalSchoolsDistrictbegantheplanningprocess
inApril,2014byhiringArchitecturalResearchConsultants,
Incorporated(ARC)todevelopitseducationalspecifications(Ed
Specs).TheEdSpecsarebasedonaniterativeprocesswiththe
communityandasteeringcommitteeconsistingofrepresentatives
fromthedistrict,administration,foundationboard,teachers,PSFA,
andcommunitymembersfromAngelFireandCimarron.
ARCsolicitedinputinanumberofways.ARCheldakick-off
meetingbyphonewiththeschooldirector,thesuperintendentand
thefoundationboarddirectoronApril29,2014tosettheschedule
fortheprojectandtosetdatesforcommunityinputmeetingsand
steeringcommitteeworksessions.
Thecommunitymeeting,whichincludedallthestudents,tookplace
onMay7.ARCpresentedanoverviewoftheEdSpecpurposeand
process,factsabouttheexistingsiteandfacility,thenewbuildingand
thebudget,andfacilitatedsmallandlargegroupdiscussions.Over80
membersoftheschoolandcommunityattendedthispublicsession.
ARCalsofacilitatedagoal-settingandvisioningworksessionwith
theschoolfacultyandcommunitymembersonMay7.Thissession
wasacontinuationofthepublicmeetingbutallowedforthestudents
toleaveattheendoftheschoolday.
OnMay8,2014ARCinterviewedschoolstaffandevaluatedand
inventoriedallinstructionalspaces.ThisprocesshelpedARCgain
acompleteunderstandingofhowMVHSdeliversitseducational
programtothestudents,andthespace-definingaspectsofthe
deliverymethodsoftheprogram.
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The MVHS Governing
Council will review the
Ed Specs and make its
recommendation to the
CMS Board
ThefirstworksessionwiththesteeringcommitteetookplaceonMay
21,2014.ARCpresentedinformationgatheredduringthepublic
meetingsandstaffinterviewsforreviewbythesteeringcommittee.
Thecommitteediscussedsitegoalsandconcepts,facilitygoals
andconcepts,includingstrategiesforlightingandday-lighting,
corridors,exteriorcourtyardsandcirculation,andclassroomplans.
ARCcomparedthespaceneedsfortheschoolprogramwiththe
NewMexicoPublicSchoolStatewideAdequacyStandardsandthe
NewMexicoPublicSchoolAdequacyPlanningGuidetodetermine
spacerequirements,andpresentedadraftprogramofrequirements
(POR)tothecommittee.Thecommitteealsoreviewedpreliminary
diagramsshowingrelationshipsofthesitetothenewclassroomsand
relationshipsofclassroomstoeachother.
AftertheMay21meeting,ARCandsteeringcommitteemembers
tourednearbybuildingstoevaluatethepotentialforuseastemporary
schoolfacilitiesduringtheconstructionphaseofthisproject.
The Moreno Valley
Education Foundation
will participate in
project funding for costs
above PSFA adequacy
standards.
Thesecondworksessionwiththesteeringcommitteetookplaceon
June3,2014.ARCpresenteddraftcriteriasheetsforallprogram
spaces,describingrequirementsfordailyoccupancy,environmental
conditions,plumbing,electricalandspecialsystems,appliances,
furnishingsandsurfaces,acousticalconditions,storageandgeneral
notes,andrelationshipdiagrams.ARCpresentedarevisedPOR
whichreflecteddiscussionsfromthefirststeeringcommitteemeeting,
andincludedthreeoptionsforcommitteereview.Theoptions
includeddiagramsandpreliminarybudgetimpacts.Finally,the
committeediscussedthepossiblesitesforthetemporaryschool
facilities.
1.4 AUTHORITY AND FACILITIES DECISION
MAKING
Thedecision-makingprocessfortheEdSpecswillincludereview
ofthereportbyseveralboardsandorganizations.TheCimarron
MunicipalSchoolBoard(theSchoolBoard),astheCharter
AuthorizingAgencyfortheschoolandasthefunderforthecapital
improvementsfromGOBondsales,hastheauthorityforfacilities
decision-makingandforapprovaloftheEdSpecreport.
ThesteeringcommitteewillconductthefirstreviewoftheEd
Specsreportandforwardthereportwithitsrecommendationtothe
GoverningCouncilandtotheSchoolBoard.
BecauseMVHSisacharterschool,asrequiredbyNewMexico
StateLawandtheMVHSCharter,aGoverningCouncilgoverns
MVHS.TheGoverningCouncildefinesthedailylifeofMVHS,
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andisresponsiblefor(amongotherduties)managingthebusiness
oftheschoolasitrelatestofinancialresources,andacceptingand
maintainingthefacilityandequipment.TheGoverningCouncilwill
reviewtheEdSpecreportandmakeitsrecommendationtotheSchool
Board.
TheMorenoValleyEducationFoundation(theFoundation)isa
501(c)3fundingorganizationforMorenoValleyHighSchool.The
missionoftheMorenoValleyEducationFoundationistosupport
financiallytheestablishmentandoperationofasecondarycharter
schoolthatprovidesahighqualitypubliceducationfortheyouth
oftheMorenoValleyandsurroundingareas.TheFoundationwill
participateinprojectfundingforcostsabovePSCOCadequacy
standards.TheboardpresidentoftheFoundationisamemberof
thesteeringcommitteeandhasparticipatedandcontributedactively
throughouttheEdSpecprocess.
The multipurpose
building, comprising
6,750 GSF, is currently
on site and will relate to
the new facilities
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EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAM AND
DELIVERY SYSTEM
This section describes
the school’s educational
program and strategies for
its delivery, and includes
the general instructional
organization, scheduling
approach, and special
curricular and
extracurricular activities
that the facility needs to
accommodate.
2.1 OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL AND
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM
MorenoValleyHighSchoolisadistrict-charteredpubliccharter
schoolthatservesstudentsofallabilitiesandbackgroundsin9th
through12thgrades.Theschoolislocatedat56CaminoGrandein
AngelFire,NewMexicoona21-acrecampuswithspectacularviews
ofWheelerPeakandtheMorenoValley.Thecurriculumattheschool
isbasedonthePaideiaProgramwhichembodiesthreeapproaches
toteaching:SocraticSeminar,AcademicCoachingandDidactic
Instruction.ThecurriculumalignswiththeNewMexicoState
StandardsandBenchmarksandtheNationalCoreCurriculum.
Theschoolopenedin2002,initiallyofferinginstructionin9th
through11thgradesandthenexpandingtoincludethe12thgrade
inthe2003-2004schoolyear.Theschoolcharterwasrenewedin
2012.Thecharterprovidesforanenrollmentcapof120students,
althoughenrollmenthistoricallyhasfluctuatedbetween70to90
students.NationalpublicationsincludingtheWashington Post’s
ChallengeIndex,Newsweek,andtheUS News and World Report’sHigh
SchoolRankingshaverecognizedtheschool’sacademicsuccesses.
Theschool’scurrentgraduationrateisabout98%andabout90%of
studentsenrollincollege.
2.2 GOALS AND MISSION
Guidingprinciples(excerptsfromtheschool):
Mission Statement
» ThemissionofMorenoValleyHighSchoolistoprovidea
world-classpubliceducationforstudentsofallabilitiesand
backgroundsandtocreateapartnershipthatmaximizes
studentpotentialamongparents,teachers,studentsand
communitymembers.
» Webelievethatparentalinvolvementisessentialforacademic
success.MVHSsupportsinnovation,criticalthinking,and
activestudentparticipation.Wewillfosteranenvironment
whereeducators,parentsandstudentsworktogether,thereby
strengtheningourcommunity.
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Goals
» MVHSgoalsaretoprepareeachgraduatetobealifelong
learner,tobearesponsiblecitizen,andtoearnaliving.
WewillhavereachedthesegoalswhenMVHSgraduates
demonstratepreparednesstoenteracollegeorprofessionof
theirchoice.
Vision
» ThevisionofMVHSistocultivateahighschoolwhere
thoughtfulconversationspillsoverintothelunchroomand
soccerfield,andwherethepursuitofintellectualcuriosity
isperceivedasapleasure.Ourvisionistofosterstudents
whoareenthusiasticaboutlearningandaschoolcommunity
dedicatedtotheprocessoflifelonglearning.
Educational Philosophy
» Theprimarymeansforimplementingtheschoolmissionis
throughthePaideia Program,awholeschoolreformmodel
thatusesthreeapproachestoteaching:Didactic Instruction
(lecture),Intellectual Coaching(project-basedlearning),and
Socratic Seminar(seminar).
Thefacility,inordertosupportthiseducationalphilosophy,
mustprovidealearningenvironmentwhichisflexibleandcan
accommodaterearrangementofthefurnishingsonadailybasis.
AdditionalinformationonthePaideia methodologyisprovidedinthe
supportingmaterials.
2.3 STRATEGIES FOR PROGRAM DELIVERY
2.3.1 Instructional Organization
MVHSoffersahighschooldegreeprogramwhichalignswiththe
NewMexicoStateStandardsandBenchmarksandtheNationalCore
Curriculum.Studentsworkwithadvisorstodevelopafour-yearplan
whichculminatesinaseniorproject,arequirementforgraduation.
Onecreditforgraduationshallbeearnedasanadvancedplacement
orhonorscourse,adual-creditcourseofferedincooperationwithan
institutionofhighereducationoradistancelearningcourse.Students
mustperform40hoursofcommunityservicebyApriloftheirsenior
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year.Insum,theschoolrequires25totalcreditsforgraduation.
Thecoursecatalogorganizesofferingsbydepartments,whichinclude
English/LanguageArts,FineArts,Mathematics,ModernLanguages,
PhysicalEducation,Science,SocialStudies,IndependentStudyand
theSeniorProjectrequirement.Threedayseachweek,facultymeet
withanadvisoryclassofabout15studentsforacademicplanning,
supportandadvocacy.AllstudentstakeaLifeManagementcourse
fortwosemesters,designedtohelpstudentsdevelopskillstobe
successfulinindependentlivingandintheprofessionalworld.
Exhibit 2-1
Four-Year Graduation
Plan
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MVHSoffersSpecialEducationtomeetIndividualEducationPlans
(IEPs)andprovidesstudentswitheducationalservicesandresources
asneeded.Theschooloffersarigorousgiftedprogramanduses
independentstudytomeetindividualneeds.
Onehome-schoolstudentcurrentlyattendsMVHSpart-time,andis
enrolledinthreeclasses.
2.3.2 Schedule
Theschooloperatesonatwo-semesterscheduleeachschoolyear.The
schoolscheduleisMondaythroughThursdayfrom8:00AMuntil
4:00PM.Theschoolusesaseven-periodrotatingblockschedule;
eachblockperiodisonehourand11minutes.Thescheduletypically
allowseachclasstomeetthreetimeseachweek.Thedailyschedule
includesalunchperiodfrom11:27AMuntil12:23PM,andstudents
bringtheirownlunchorgooffcampus,exceptonspecialoccasions,
suchaswhentheLifeSkillsclasscooksfortheschool.Theadvisory
periodmeetsduringthefirstperiodonTuesday,Wednesdayand
Thursdaymornings.Studentswhoplayonsportsteamsatschools
otherthanMVHSleaveatabout2:30PM.
Fridaysareoff,buttheschooladdsactivitiesonsomeFridayseach
month,forcommunityserviceorfundraisers.Theschoolalsouses
Fridaysasmakeupforsnowdays.
2.3.3 Program Delivery Methods
Primaryinstructionformostclassestakesplaceintheclassroom.The
schoolusesthePaideiamethodologyinallclassroomsforallsubjects.
Classroomsthereforemusthavetheflexibilitytoaccommodate
movingfurniture.Classroomsarerearrangedforlectures,seminars
andgroupprojects.Teachersmostlyareassignedtoaclassroom,and
someteachersofelectivecoursesshareclassrooms.
Collaborationbetweenteachersofrelatedclasssubjectsenriches
theprogramdelivery.Theschooldesirestoretainopportunitiesfor
collaborationandspacesharing,currentlyprovidedintheportable
buildings,inthedesignforthenewclassrooms.
2.3.4 Space Adequacy Variance
Library
Theschooldoesnotrequireadedicatedlibraryspace.Bookstorageis
distributedinclassrooms,whichimpactstheshelvingstorageneeds
inmanyclassrooms,especiallyinthelanguageartsclassrooms.
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Gymnasium and Playing Fields
Theschoolprogramdoesnotrequireafull-sizegymnasiumor
playingfieldsforphysicaleducationclasses.PErequiresalarge
classroomspacewithaminimumwidthdimensionof36feetfor
indooractivitiessuchasjumprope,dance,conditioning,andyoga.
TheexistingPEclassroomisinadequateforactivities,andthe
GatheringHall,althoughlarger,isinadequateformanyofthePE
activitiesduetotheconcreteflooringandlimitedavailabilityofthe
space.PEsharestheGatheringHallwithotherclasses,suchasdrama
andspecialprojects,anditisnotregularlyavailablefordailyPEuse.
TheschoolprogramdoesnotrequireaplayingfieldforPEoutdoor
activities.ThePEprogramhasequipmentforrockclimbingand
mountainbiking.Iftheprogramneedsafield,theschoolhasajoint
useagreementwiththeVillageofAngelFireforuseoftheadjacent
soccerfields.
Participationonathleticteams,includingbaseball,softball,track
andcrosscountry,isavailabletostudentsatCimarronHighSchool.
MVHSofferssoccer,whichpracticesontheadjacentvillagefield.
Nutrition
MVHSdoesnotreceiveTitleIfunding,andtheschoolnutrition
policydoesnotrequirethattheschoolprovidemeals.Studentsbring
theirownlunchesorareallowedtoleavecampusforlunch.
2.3.5 Anticipated Program Changes
Therearenoanticipatedprogramchanges.
2.3.6 Other Considerations
Study Hall
Foreachperiod,theschooldesignatesaclassroomasastudyhall
thatisavailabletostudentswhoneedsupervision,aquietwork
environmentandfacultysupport.Wehavefactoredtheuseof
classroomspaceforastudyhallintotheclassroomneedanalysisfor
theschool.
Courtyard and Outdoor Recreational Needs
Classesusetheexistingcourtyardcreatedbytheportablesfor
outdoorinstructionalspace,andstudentsuseitduringgoodweather
duringlunchandfreeperiods.Thecourtyardbufferstheprevailing
southwestandnorthwestwinds,creatingasunny,shelteredand
supervisablespace.Thecourtyardintegratesallschoolspacesintoa
community.
Four-squareisapopularrecreationalactivityandtheschoolrequires
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concretepadsforseveralfour-squarecourts.Theballshouldbe
containedinthecourtyardarea.Theschoolhostsanannualfoursquaretournamenteachspringatthevillagecommunitycenter.
Restrooms
Currently,theportablesproviderestroomsadjacenttoinstructional
spaces.Theinstructionalprogrambenefitsfromtheadjacent
restrooms,andteachersarebetterabletomonitorstudentsand
maintaindiscipline.
Bus Service
BusserviceisavailabletostudentswholivewithintheCimarron
MunicipalSchoolsdistrictboundaries.Thebusdropoffiscurrently
infrontoftheschoolentrance,andbusesarriveanddepartatthe
sametimeasstudentarrivalanddropoff.
2.4 SPECIAL CURRICULAR AND
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
2.4.1 School Facilities Outside School Building
Theschoolhasajoint-useagreementforuseofthevillagesoccer
fields.Theschoolalsousesthevillagecommunitycenterforlarge
gatherings,suchasgraduationandthefour-squaretournament.
Classesoccasionallyusethevillagelibrary.TheAngelFireresort
hostsafundraiser,“RunforRiches,”andstudentsparticipateinthe
annualeventfortheopeningoftheresortfortheseason.
2.4.2 After-School Use of School Facilities
Tutoringinallclassesmakesextensiveuseofthefacilitiesafter
school.Nextyear,thebandroomwillbeusedafterschool,andextracurricularclubsmeetinclassroomsafterschool.Themultipurpose
buildingiscurrentlylockedseparatelyfromclassroomareas.
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3
STUDENT
ENROLLMENT
This section identifies
the school’s class-loading
policy and the historic,
current year, and projected
10-year enrollments for
the school, and utilization
of classrooms.
3.1 ENROLLMENT DATA
3.1.1 Historic Enrollment
EnrollmentatMVHShashistoricallybeenabove80students;the
currentschoolyearisanomalous,reportingjust69studentsatthe
40thdayofschool.Typicalofcharterschools,MVHSenrollment
changesthroughouttheschoolyear,androseto72studentsby
lateApril.Thechartandgraphbelowshowhistoricenrollment
since2003.Thehorizontalredlineinthegraphshowsthedesign
enrollmentfortheschoolforthisproject.
Exhibit 3-1
Historic Enrollment
Moreno&Valley&High&School
Historic&Enrollment&5&40&DAY
40&Day&
Enrollment
2003504
2004505
2005506
2006507
2007508
2008509
2009510
2010511
2011512
2012513
2013514
86
93
106
82
82
83
80
82
89
92
69
Moreno Valley High School Historic Enrollment
120
106
100
93
89
90
Number of Students
80
82
86
83
82
80
92
82
69
60
40
20
0
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
School Year
40 Day Historic Enrollment
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3.1.2 Projected Enrollment
The2013FMPUpdateincludesachartthatshowstheenrollment
projectionsforMVHSthrough2018-19,below.
Exhibit 3-2
Projected Enrollment
Moreno Valley High School Projected Enrollment
120
100
83
Number of Students
80
89
80
92
94
95
2013-14
2014-15
97
97
95
94
82
60
40
20
0
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
2018-19
School Year
Source: 2013 FMP Update
Historic Student Enrollment
Projected Student Enrollment
Thedistrictsetthedesigncapacityforthenewschoolat90students.
Whiletheprojectionsanticipateanenrollmentofover90students,
thecurrentyear40-dayenrollmentwasjust69students,risingto
71 studentsatmid-year.Thedropinenrollmentismostlikelydue
tothelackofsnowinthewinter,whichhasasignificantimpacton
employmentattheresort.A“good”wintershouldreflectincreased
enrollment.Typically,enrollmentfluctuatesthroughouttheyear
becauseoftheseasonalemployment.
3.1.3 Student Origination
MVHSstudentscomefromAngelFireandEagleNest,andalso
includestudentsfromoutsideoftheCimarronschooldistrict.Feeder
schoolsincludeEagleNestElementaryMiddleSchool,RedRiver
ValleyCharterSchool,TaosCharterSchool,TaosAcademyCharter
School,TaosWaldorfSchool,andRootsandWingsCommunity
SchoolinTaos.
3.1.4 Class-Loading Policies
Whiletheschooldoesnothaveaformalclassroom-loadingpolicy,
classestypicallyinclude15or16studentsandwillbesplitiftheyare
largerthan20students.
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4
FACILITY GOALS AND
CONCEPTS
4.1 GOALS
This section identifies
and describes major
facility goals and
concepts including safety,
security, sustainability,
flexibility, community
use, utilities, and
special considerations
that impact space
requirements and costs.
Goalsprovideameanstoassesswhetheranewbuildingdesign
successfullyfulfillsthecommittee’sprogrammedschoolneeds,image,
safety,security,access,flexibility,environmentalperformanceand
sustainability.Goalsguidethedesigndevelopmentofthenewschool
facilities.Wedevelopedthegoalsfromthetwopublicmeetingsand
interviews,andrefinedthemduringtwosteeringcommitteework
sessions.
4.1.1 Site Goals and Concepts
Safety
• Reducemudandicehazards
» Paveparking
• Reducesteepslopes
Security
• Providebarriers,notfences
Sustainability
• Harvestwater
• Providexericlandscaping
» Atentrance
» Asawindbreak
• ProvidegardenfortheLifeSkillsprogram
Flexibility
• Provideoutdoorinstructionandrecreationspaces
Community Use
• Retainanopensite
• Retainthecourtyard
Utilities
• Improvesitedrainage
• Consideraccesstowaterforthegarden
Other
• Designsitetotiebuildingstogether(ifmultiplebuildings)
• Considerviews
• Considerprevailingsouthwestandnorthwestwinds
• Provide4-squarecourts(concrete)
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4.1.2 Facility Goals and Concepts
Thenewconstructionwillreplacesixportableswithnewpermanent
building(s).
• Theprojectwillreplaceabout8,928GSFwithabout12,278GSFof
permanentbuilding.
Thenewbuildingwill:
• Bewelcoming,warm,bright,safeandcomfortable
• Becreative,fun,innovative,nontraditionalandinspirational
• Besafe
• Bedurable
• Balancefirstandlong-termcosts
• Beenvironmentallyfriendlyandsustainable
• Retainconnectionstotheoutdoors
• Provideflexible,responsiveandefficientspaces
• Supportsharedcommunityuses
• ProvidebetteraccesstotheInternet
Safety
• Provideastudenthealtharea/nurseoffice
» Withrestroomandshower
• ProvidealargePEclassroomforactivities
» Withappropriateflooringandchangingrooms
• Locateclassroomsadjacenttorestrooms
• Locatetheserverroomaccessoutsideofclassrooms
• Considerlightning:improvedgroundingoftechnologyisrequired
Security
• Theexistingmultipurposebuildingwillremainthemainentrance
totheschool.
• AccesstothenurseofficeandSPEDclassroomscanbethrough
theexistingbusinessoffice
• Accesstothenewclassroomswillbefromthecommonsroom
doors
• Useexteriorcorridorssothatclassroomspacecanbelarger
» Accesstooutsidebetweenclassesispositive
• ConsiderthelocationforexteriorPEstorage
Sustainability
• Includepassiveandactivewindandsolarenergy
• Providenaturallightandclerestorywindows
• Providevestibulesatentrancesandequipwithmudmats
• Providewaterfountainsandbottle-fillers
• Supportrecyclingandcomposting
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Flexibility
• Includeinteractiveeducationalopportunities
• Generalclassrooms
» Designforflexibleuseofspace
» Provide(reuse)moveablefurniture—individualdesksor
smallgrouptables
» Providetheabilitytomodulatelightandlighting
» Groupsubjectclassroomstosupportcollaboration
• Storage
» Providecabinetsandshelvesinclassrooms
» Provideasciencepreparea,notapreproom
Community Use
• ProvideforcommunityuseoftheGatheringHallseparatefrom
theclassrooms
• Considerwherestudentsstudyandquietspaces
• Hallwayscanprovideflexibleandmultiuseopportunities
Utilities
• Includepassiveandactivewindandsolarenergy
Other Considerations:
• Technology
» Providelaptopcartstosupportclassroomtechnology
Donotprovideasign-upcomputerlab
» Increaseaccesstobandwidth
» Supportall-wirelessaccessinclassrooms
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Exhibit 4-1
Examples of School
Facility Concepts
Exterior Courtyards and Corridors
ARC provided
the steering
committee with
these examples
of concepts to
assist discussions
about the issues
and trends. The
sources of these
examples are
lectures, site visits
and promotional
photos from other
architectural firms.
Lighting and Daylighting Concepts
• Window configuration and size
• Skylights
• Light shelves
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Corridors
• Flexible use
• Daylighting
Flexible Learning Spaces
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5
SPACE REQUIREMENTS
This section describes
each space required
to accommodate
instructional programs,
itemizes the quantity
and sizes of spaces,
and provides graphic
diagrams which
illustrate relationships
between program areas.
5.1 EXISTING SITE AND FACILITY FACTS
5.1.1 General Site
TheschoolsiteislocatedinAngelFire,NMonapproximately21acres
intheopenvalleyland.Thesiteslopesdownhillfromeasttowest.
Thesiteisvegetatedwithlowdesertgrasses;theonlytreesonthesite
areaspensplantednearthefrontentrance.Accesstothesiteisfrom
StateHighway434viaCaminoGrande,avillageofAngelFirepublic
road,viaLouiseTrammelWay,avillageofAngelFirepublicroad
whichterminatesattheschoolproperty.
COLFAX COUNTY
AIRPORT
Exhibit 5-1
Aerial Photo of
MVHS Site
The approximately
21-acre site has ample
space to accommodate
the new facility. The
district will receive
the land as a donation
with a clear title. The
site is equipped with
power, water and
sewer.
VIETNAM
VETERANS
MEMORIAL
TO CIMARRON
TO TAOS
COLFAX COUNTY
AIRPORT
MORENO VALLEY
HIGH SCHOOL
VILLAGE OF
ANGEL FIRE
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TheMorenoValleyEducationFoundationcurrentlyownsthesite.
Recentreplattingofthesitecreateda5-acretract,Tract1A,which
includesallcurrentfacilities.TheAppendixincludestheplat.The
Foundationhasdonatedthe5-acreparceltotheschooldistrictand
willretaintheremaining15.98acres.
Thesiteisservedbymunicipalwaterandsewerservices.Twofire
hydrantsarelocatedalongthedrivewaytotheschool.Electricservice
totheschoolisunderground.Themultipurposebuildingisheated
withpropane,andthepropanestoragetankislocatedaboveground
onthenorthsideofthemultipurposebuilding.Theportableshave
electricheat.ThesiteisadjacenttotheAngelFireairport,locatedjust
northoftheaccessroadtotheschool.Improvementstotheschool
mustbecompatiblewithanyrequirementsfortheflightapproachto
theairportrunway.
Exhibit 5-2
Site Views to the West
Views include Wheeler
Peak. The site is in the
open, treeless valley plain.
Site Conditions
Thesteeringcommitteeemphasizedtheimportanceofconsideration
oftheenvironmentalconditionsinAngelFiretothesitinganddesign
oftheschoolandtheselectionofmaterials.Locatedatapproximately
8,380feetinelevation,thesiteexperiencesverycoldwinter
temperatureswithaveragenight-timetemperaturesinthesingle
digits,anddailytemperaturefluctuationsof30to40degrees.Wind
blowsupanddownthevalley,andinthewinter,thewindbuilds
largesnowdriftsontheleesideofbuildings.
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DO
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W
Site
Conditions
D
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W
Exhibit 5-3
Existing Site
Conditions
Existing Multipurpose Building
to remain
All portables
to be
removed
VIEW
XX
VIEW
UP
Climbing
wall
W
IN
D
DO
Dirt parking lot
X X
W
N
Main
Entrance
X X
Storage
containers to
be replaced not part of
project
VIEW
Exhibit 5-4
Angel Fire, NM Annual
Average Temperatures
and Precipitation
Source: www.weather.com
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5.1.2 Existing Facility
Theexistingschoolfacilitiesincludeamultipurposebuilding
providing6,750GSFforsupportandadministrationspaces,and
sixdouble-classroomportablebuildingsproviding8,928GSFfor
classrooms.ThetotalGSFofexistingfacilitiesis15,678GSF.
Exhibit 5-5
Legend of Symbols Used
in the Relationship
Diagrams
Legend
Themultipurposebuildingwasbuiltin2009andisingoodcondition.
Theschoolusesitforavarietyoffunctions,includingadministration,
studentcommons/gatheringandsign-upinstructionalspace.
Activitiesthattakeplaceinthemultipurposebuildingincludelifeskillsassignedtothewarmingkitchen,aminicomputerresearch/
labinthecommonsarea,andmorningassembliesanddininginthe
GatheringHall.TheGatheringHallisalsousedasasign-upspace
fordrama,PEandgroupwork.Administrativespacesincludethe
principal’sofficeandthebusinessoffice.Metalstudentlockers
areprovidednearthemainentranceina“mudroom”area.
Handicapaccessiblemen’sandwomen’srestroomsareavailable
inthemultipurposebuilding,andareusedbybothstaffand
students.Theschooldoesnothaveadesignatednurse’soffice/
studenthealthspace.
Exterior Window
General
Classrooms
Doors/Access
Exterior Access or
Route
Special Ed
Classrooms
Adjacent/ Close
Proximity
Visual Access
Specialty
Classrooms
Room Area /
Furniture
Administration +
Support Spaces
Daylighting
Currentschoolfacilitiesinclude10generalclassroomsinfive
portables,andthesixthportable,anofficeportable,houses
computerstationsandresource/specialeducationspace.The
aerialbelowshowscurrentclassroomandspaceassignments.
Theprojectproposestoreplacetheportablebuildingswith
Existing Layout
Restrooms
Other Spaces
newpermanentclassroomsfortheschool.Allclassroomswill
bereplacedandastudent/healthofficeisproposedtomeet
Paired classrooms"
theneedsofenrolledstudents,somewithspecialneeds.The
Exhibit 5-6
multipurposebuildingwillremain.
Central courtyard
Existing Classroom Layout
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!
ART/
DRAMA
LIFE
SKILLS
MUSIC
SCIENCE
MATH
GATHERING
HALL
COMMONS
DIR.
MATH
ADMIN.
LOCKERS
SPANISH
DIGI
IT ARTS
ENGLISH
PE
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HISTORY
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5.1.3 Compliance with New Mexico Public School
Adequacy Standards
Allocationofspaceisbasedonthecurricularandprogramdelivery
methodsoftheschool.SpaceanalysisalsoconsideredtheNew
Mexico Public School Statewide Adequacy Standards (NMAC6.27.30)
andtheNew Mexico Public School Adequacy Planning Guide (adoptedas
referenceaspartoftheadequacystandards).
5.2 SITE AND SPACE REQUIREMENTS
5.2.1 Site Needs
Exhibit 5-7
Site Requirements
Thetablebelowlistsallminimumsiteneeds.The5-acretract
tobeconveyedtotheschooldistrictmeetsallminimumstate
recommendationsfortotalsiteareaneededforallfeaturestobe
providedbywithintheMVHSsite.
Moreno Valley High School
Site Requirements
Number
Permanent Buildings* at Build-out
19,028.00
2
400.00
800.00
44
Car drop-off / Pick-up Area for Students
10
Courtyard with Outdoor Classroom Area / Amphitheater
1
Hardcourt Area for 4-square
* Assumes single story construction
** TARE = roads, landscaping, unuseable area
Total GSF
19,028.00
Staff / Student / Visitor Parking
Bus Drop-off / Pick-up Area
Unit Size
1
1
350.00
150.00
10,000.00
6,600.00
TARE** at
Total Site Area Needed
25%
15,400.00
1,500.00
10,000.00
6,600.00
53,328
13,332
66,660
Acres
0.44
0.35
0.02
0.03
0.23
0.15
1.22
0.31
1.53
Parking Needs: TheNew Mexico State Adequacy Standards’
recommendationsforsiterequirementsinclude:safeaccess,separate
busloading/unloadingareaswhereverpossible,adedicatedstudent
drop-offandpick-uparea,andaparkingarealargeenoughto
accommodate1.5parkingspacesperfull-timestaffplus1parking
spaceperfourhighschoolstudents.Forthedesignenrollmentof90
studentsandthecurrentFTEs,thesiterequires44parkingspaces.
Theexistingdirtparkinglotmeetstheneed,providingabout40
parkingspacesplusfourhandicapped-accessiblespaces.Thelot
providesaseparatedrop-offandpick-uplane,andabusdrop-off
areaatthepavedareaatthefrontdoor.Theparkingareahasnosite
lighting.
Mudintheparkinglotisanissuefortheschool.Theschooldesiresto
improveandpavetheparkinglotsurface.Parkinglotimprovements
shouldincludesitelightingtoprovidesafe,normalaccessconditions.
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Security Needs: Theschoolsiteisnotcontinuouslyfenced,andthe
schoolpreferstokeeptheopennessofthesitetothesurrounding
naturalenvironment.Distanceandnaturalbarrierssuchasthedry
creekwhichrunsthroughthevalleyseparatetheschoolsitefrom
vehiculartrafficandneighboringsites.
Exhibit 5-8
Bus Serves as Storage
and a Greenhouse
Photo from MVHS FMP
Outdoor Instructional Needs: Theschooldesiresanoutdoorcourtyard
withaninstructionalareaoranamphitheaterarea.Itisdesirable
thatthecourtyardprovideshelterfromwindforstudentsandstaff
toeatlunch.Theprogramrequiresagardenareaforgrowingfood.
Thegardenrequiresaccesstowater,butdoesnotneedtobeadjacent
totheHealthorLifeManagementclassroom.Theschoolusesthe
oldschoolbusonthesiteasagreenhouseandfortoolstorage.The
schooldesirestoreusethisbusfacility.
Recreational and Athletic Needs: Theschoolrequiresarecreational
hardcourtareafor4-squareandpossiblybasketballcourtsaspartof
theimprovementstothesite.Theschooldoesnotrequireplaying
fields,andhasaccessthroughajointagreementwiththeVillageof
AngelFiretothesyntheticturffieldsadjacenttotheschooltothewest
schoolhasanofthesite.Theexteriorrock-climbingwallfacilityto
theeastoftheschool,whichitusesintheschool’sPEprogram.
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5.2.2 Classroom Needs
The Classroom Need for Design Purposes is 13 Classrooms
Thirteenclassroomswillaccommodatethemaximumschool
enrollmentasestablishedbythedesigncapacityfortheschool.The
designenrollmentforthisprojectis90students.
ARCanalyzedtheclassroomneedfortheschoolbasedonthecurrent
programdelivery.TheMVHSprogramdelivers45sectionsofsubject
classeseachdayandanadditional10sectionsofstudyhalland
teacherprepperiods.These55sectionsdeliveredinasix-periodday
willrequireaminimumof10classrooms.However,theanalysisalso
takesintoconsiderationspecializedclassroomsandthereasonable
opportunityforsubjectstoshareclassroomspaces.
Exhibit 5-9
Classroom Need
Classroom Need
Current Program = 6 Periods
Classroom Needs
Program
Sections/ Day
Core Subject Classrooms
Subtotals
Soc Study
Math
English
Science CR/Lab
Elective Classrooms
Digital Arts /Comp Lab
Music
Art/Drama
Modern Languages
Life Management
PE
Subtotals
Special Education
Subtotals
Resource
Subtotal Instruction CR Need
Misc.
Subtotals
Study Hall / Prep
Subject Distribution
Percentage
7
8
6
6
27
15.56%
17.78%
13.33%
13.33%
1
5
2
5
2
3
45
2.22%
11.11%
4.44%
11.11%
4.44%
6.67%
2
4.44%
45
100.00%
60.00%
40.00%
4.44%
10
10
Total CR Need
55
CR Need
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Assumptions
Need rounded to a full CR
Need rounded to a full CR
6
1/2 CR size
6
1
1/2 CR size
13
0
0
Shared space in gen CRs
13
Thetableaboveshowsthenumberofsectionsofeachsubjecttaught
duringasampleschoolday.Thenumberofsectionsofferedduring
thesixperiodsinthedaydeterminesclassroomneedforeachsubject.
Theclassroomneedforsocialstudiesandmathisgreaterthanone
classroomeach,andtheneedisroundedupbyafullclassroom
becauseofthecurrenthighutilizationoftheclassrooms.
Weassignedsubjectswithspecializedclassroomneeds,suchas
Music,LifeManagementandPEafullclassroomneedbecausethe
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specialfeaturesandarrangementsoftheclassroomspaceslimit
shareduse.
Capacity
Thefunctionalcapacityoftheschoolwith6generalclassroomsis88
students.Thiscapacityisunderthedesigncapacityof90setforthe
school.
The maximum school capacity for the 6 general classrooms when
loaded at 20 students each is 120 students. This capacity aligns with
the enrollment cap of the school’s charter. Capacity is not assigned
to the specialized classrooms. This capacity, however, is an ideal
number, assuming full enrollment of each section distributed evenly
throughout the day. The reasonable functional capacity for the
program at this high school considers the scheduling and efficiencies.
Exhibit 5-10
MVHS Classroom
Utilization
MORENO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Capacity
General Classrooms
Math
Math
CR NSF
PSFA
SF/Student
PSFA Max
Student
load/A.S.
PED PTR
Program CR
Loading
650
25
26
30
20
650
Spanish
650
History
650
English
History
650
650
25
25
25
25
25
26
30
26
30
26
30
26
30
26
30
20
20
20
20
20
Discount for program delivery
Maximum
Capacity
Functional
Capacity (high
school = 85%)
20
17
20
17
20
17
20
17
20
17
20
17
120
102
(6 periods for
7 blocks = 86%)
-14
88
Functional Capacity
Functional capacity is discounted by the program delivery (seven
blocks for six periods [6/7] =86%)andahighschoolscheduling
efficiency(85%),andreducedto88students.
Utilization and Classroom Occupancy
Thefacilityutilizationanalysisisbasedon:
• Existingprogramdelivery(the2013-2014rotatingblockschedule)
• Classroomloadingpolicy(20studentsmaximum)
• Proposedinstructionalspaces(asdescribedinthePOR)
• Designenrollmentof90students
Classassignmentsforstudentsareroughlyproportionaltothe
currentrosterassignments.ThedailyclassscheduleatMVHSdiffers
dependingonthedayoftheweek,therefore,theutilizationisshown
foreachday.ARChascalculatedtheutilization1)includingthe
multipurposespaceand2)withoutthemultipurposespace.
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
ARC 21410
5-8
August 2014
Exhibit 5-11
MVHS Revised
Utilization Summary
Moreno Valley High School Educational Specifications
Revised Utilization Summary
Including Multipurpose Room in Utilization:
Monday
85%
Tuesday
86%
Wednesday
86%
Thursday
85%
Average
85%
Thursday
92%
Average
92%
Not including Multipurpose Room in Utilization:
Monday
92%
Tuesday
93%
Wednesday
93%
Theoverallutilizationofthefacilityincludingthemultipurpose
roomis85%,andtheoverallutilizationofthefacilitywithoutthe
multipurposeroomis92%.Exhibit5-12showsutilizationtablesfor
eachdayoftheweekincludingthemultipurposeroom,andExhibit
5-13showseachdaywithoutthemultipurposeroom.
Sevenclassroomshave100%utilizationeachdayoftheweek.Core
subjectclassroomsformath,socialstudiesandEnglishare100%
utilized.Theartandlanguageclassroomsalsoaccommodateother
subjects,includingEnglish,musicandlanguagesclasses.Currently,
theschoolusestheGatheringHall/multipurposespacedailyfor
lunch,butthespaceisnotassignedinstructionalspaceandhasthe
lowestutilization.
Averageclassroomoccupancyis49%whenbasedonthemaximum
classroomloadingat20students.Thegreaternumberofcourse
offeringsandelectivesatMVHSimpactsclassroomoccupancy.
Utilization Assumptions
Asnotedintheutilizationtables:
1)Max.#St./Sq.Ft.=Themaximumnumberofstudentsallowed
perthestatewideadequacystandardssquarefeet
2)PEDMax.PTR/Clm.=PED’smaximumpupil/teacherratioper
classperiod
3)%Rm.Occ.=Thenumberofstudentscolumndividedbyeither
thePEDMax./PTR/Clm.column,ortheMax.#ofSt./Sq.ft.
column,whichevercolumnisthesmallermaximumallowedby
theadequacystandardsorPED
4)Tot.St.=Thetotalnumberofstudentsinthespecificinstructional
spacethroughouttheday
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
ARC 21410
5-9
August 2014
The charts at left
show the utilization
analysis of the current
classroom use and
the room occupancy
during a sample day.
5)PEDMax.PTR/Day=Themaximumpupil/teacherratioallowed
byPEDforspecificteacherperdayallowed
6)Tot.%Rm.Occ./Day=Totalaveragepercentageroomis
occupiedthroughouttheday(countallperiodsinaverage)
7) Occ.#ofPd.’s/Day=Occupiednumberofperiodsoccupiedper
day(prepperiodmaybecountedasutilizedifteacherdoesnot
haveanofficeseparatefromclassroom)
8)%Pd./Day=Theaveragepercentofoccupiedperiods(occupied
numberofperiodsdividedbythenumberofperiodsavailableper
day)
Otherutilizationassumptionsinclude:
• Prepperiodsat100%utilization
• ApproximateproposedSFofnewclassroomsisbasedon
preferredOptionC
• Thescheduleisthe2013-2014rotationblockmasterschedule
• Analysisisbasedonthe90studentdesigncap
» Enrollmentcapforthecharterschoolis120students
» Currentenrollmentis84students
• Classassignmentsareroughlyproportionaltoexistingprogram
assignments
• LifeSkillsclassroomisavailable1stand3rdperiodsformeal
needs
• Multipurposeroomisavailableforset-upasacafeteriaduring3rd
period
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
ARC 21410
5-10
August 2014
The chart below shows the utilization
analysis of the current classroom use and
the room occupancy.
1
MONDAY
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Ft
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
2
575
575
A
2
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
Exhibit 5-12
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL UTILIZATION
WORKSHEET
MVHS Classroom
Utilization and Occupancy
including Multipurpose Room
3
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
20
0
0%
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Teacher
Name
Subject
Breakfast Clean-up
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
0
Subject
0%
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
0
3
920
546
37
20
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 2/3
40% Tafoya
Dig Media
4
920
546
37
20
12
60%
Yamane
World Music
12
60% Yamane
Guitar 1
5
920
546
37
20
Prep
13
65% Shipley
Anatomy
0
6
650
546
26
20
12
60%
Connor
Geometry
15
75% Connor
Geometry
5
7
650
546
26
20
12
60%
Torres
Alg 2
6
8
1,100
546
44
20
15
75%
Ledford
PE
0 100% Ledford
9
650
546
26
20
0 100% Shipley
0 100% Chismar
8
Teacher
Name
30% Torres
65% Sternhagen
Eng Honors
30% Jones
Study Hall
13
65% Jones
Econ/Gov
12
60% Browning
AP US Hist
25% Goss
Resource
6
12
650
644
26
20
0
Browning
Attendance
0 100% Browning
Prep
13
450
240
18
8
Prep
7
AP Art
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
11,070
8,574
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0%
54%
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
575
575
23
20
0
3
920
546
37
20
18
4
920
546
37
20
0
5
920
546
37
20
0
6
650
546
26
20
14
7
650
546
26
20
8
1,100
546
44
20
14
70%
9
650
546
26
20
15
75%
10
650
546
26
20
8
11
650
460
26
20
15
Sign-up MultiPurpose
2
Prep
Lunch Prep
0
0%
90
43%
Alg 2
PE
0 100% Colenda
10
2
0 100% Connor
16
0
80% Torres
0%
Teacher
Name
Subject
Breakfast Clean-up
# of
St.
0
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
0%
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
0
Teacher
Name
Life Mgmt
0%
19
160
16%
4
67%
Prep / Study Hall 52
150
51%
6
100%
0
45
160
54%
5
83%
6
30% Shipley
Earth Sci
43
160
53%
5
83%
10
50% Connor
Chemistry
51
160
59%
6
100%
45% Torres
Discr Math
100%
Prep
Adv. Math
9
0%
0%
150
68%
6
100%
Eng 12
11
55% Sternhagen
Study Hall
18
90% Sternhagen
AP Literature
67
150
73%
6
100%
Prep
11
55% Jones
World Hist
0
45
160
54%
5
83%
50% Browning
Study Hall
12
60% Browning
AP World Hist 15
Seminar Intro
49
160
58%
6
100%
25% Goss
Resource
Admin
11
56
40%
6
100%
0
N/A
50% Sternhagen
0
0%
51%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0
0%
0
0%
90
50%
Goss
Admin
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0
0%
75% Browning
0%
0
0%
90
38%
Goss
Sign-up MultiPurpose
540
Prep
13
65%
Shipley
Anatomy
0
Geometry
15
75%
Connor
Geometry
5 100% Conner
6
30%
Torres
Calculus
14
70%
Prep
12
11
55%
Chismar
Spanish 1
Connor
Advisory
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60% Connor
Prep
11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
12
60% Torres
Alg 2
Ledford
Advisory
11
55%
Ledford
PE
15
75% Ledford
PE
Chismar
Advisory
11
55%
Colenda
Spanish 3
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
13
65%
Sternhagen
English 11
15
75%
Jones
Advisory
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
15
Browning
Attendance
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
0
Goss
Advisory
2
25%
Goss
Communications 0 100% Goss
0
0%
90
51%
12
650
644
26
20
0
0%
450
240
18
8
6
75%
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
Sign-up Multipurpose
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
Sign-up Multipurpose
60% Yamane
0
Subject
0%
0
160
0%
2
33%
8
40%
Tafoya
Voice
52
160
60%
6
100%
15
75%
Yamane
Band
6
30%
Chismar
Guitar 2
45
160
54%
6
100%
0%
11
55%
Shipley
Biology
35
160
46%
4
67%
Prep / Study Hall9
45%
Connor
AP Physics
67
160
68%
6
100%
Torres
Alg 1
13
65%
Torres
Alg 2
56
160
63%
6
100%
21 105% Ledford
PE
71
160
76%
6
100%
Prep
46
150
72%
6
100%
Eng 12
59
150
66%
6
100%
Prep
59
160
66%
6
100%
50%
Ledford
PE
10
50%
Chismar
Spanish 2
75% Sternhagen
Eng 9
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng Honors
75% Jones
US Hist
6
30%
Jones
Study Hall
13
12
60%
Browning
AP US Hist
2
25%
Goss
Resource
0
0%
90
49%
0%
90 58%
Prep
88%
AP Art
0
0%
90
54%
Lunch Prep
Goss
Sign-up Multipurpose
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
0
10
0 100% Browning
8
ASL 1
English 10
7
7
Tafoya
Prep
Attendance
Subject
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
6
0%
Colenda
Prep
Teacher
Name
Tot.
St.
17%
85%
45%
50%
Browning
% Rm
Occ.
5
1
66
9
10
0%
# of
St.
4
0%
49%
0
Prep
0 100% Chismar
0 100% Ledford
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
Teacher
Name
Guitar 1
0 100% Yamane
0 100% Torres
% Rm
Occ.
Yamane
STARS
0 100% Shipley
Subject
# of
St.
60%
Yamane
0%
Teacher
Name
12
0%
70%
% Rm
Occ.
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
World Music
ASL 2/3
67%
42
Digital Media
45% Tafoya
6
4
Latin
Tafoya
9
58%
55%
55% Colenda
0%
Prep
160
160
11
40%
0 100% Tafoya
70
46
IS: For. Lg
8
Drama
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
Anatomy
0
0
Lunch Prep
Tafoya
8
Prep
0%
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
Subject
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
7
55% Colenda
90
# of
St.
Tot.
St.
6
11
0 100% Jones
10
65% Shipley
5
Prep
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
90%
13B
ARC 21410
0
90
0 100% Sternhagen
65% Torres
13
50% Ledford
Subject
3
2
Cimarron Municipal Schools
AP Physics
13
Eng 9
2
45% Connor
Spanish 2
US Hist
1
9
Study Hall
50% Chismar
Sternhagen
TUESDAY
Biology
10
Jones
0%
55% Shipley
English 10
75%
58%
11
50% Colenda
75%
11 100% Tafoya
7
0 100% Yemane
10
15
Art 1
Voice
Guitar 2
13
15
35% Tafoya
40% Tafoya
30% Chismar
21 105% Ledford
20
10
8
Alg 1
20
Life Mgmt
6
25% Conner
Teacher
Name
45% Ledford
ASL 1
0%
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
9
Band
PE
26
Teacher
Name
45% Tafoya
70% Torres
26
0
0%
50% Ledford
546
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
75% Yamane
Prep
88% Goss
0
14
460
90
Lunch Prep
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
Teacher
Name
10
650
0 100% Goss
0%
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
Calculus
650
0%
Teacher
Name
Prep
11
10
9
15
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
4
0 100% Sternhagen
65%
Jones
Prep
Econ/Gov
Sign-up Multipurpose
0 100% Colenda
10
50%
Sternhagen
0 100% Jones
10
50%
Browning
Study Hall
31
160
43%
6
100%
2
25%
Goss
Resource
19
56
56%
6
100%
0
0%
0
N/A
0%
1
17%
90
51%
52%
67
86%
Sign-up Multipurpose
540
5-11
August 2014
Exhibit 5-10 Continued
MVHS Classroom Utilization and Occupancy
including Multipurpose Room
3
WEDNESDAY
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
0%
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
9
45%
35%
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Ledford
Life Mgmt
10
50%
Tafoya
Art 1
11
55%
Teacher
Name
2
575
575
25
20
0
3
920
546
25
20
18
90%
Tafoya
Drama
7
4
920
546
25
20
0
0%
Yamane
STARS
0 100% Yamane
5
920
546
25
20
0
0%
Shipley
Prep
6
650
546
25
20
14
70%
Connor
Advisory
Breakfast Clean-up
65%
650
546
25
20
1,100
546
25
20
14
70%
Ledford
Advisory
0
9
650
546
25
20
15
75%
Chismar
Advisory
11
10
650
546
25
20
8
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
11
650
460
25
20
15
75%
Jones
Advisory
55%
12
650
644
25
20
0
0%
Browning
Attendance
12
60%
13
450
240
25
8
6
75%
Goss
Advisory
1
2,285
2,287
25
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
2
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
80%
Torres
55%
Colenda
# of
St.
Ledford
Life Mgmt
0
Tafoya
Study Hall
0 100% Tafoya
Teacher
Name
0%
Subject
Lunch
Prep
% Rm
Occ.
0%
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 2/3
12
60%
Yemane
World Music
Prep
0%
8
40%
Tafoya
12
60%
Yemane
13
65%
15
Digital Media
53
150
61%
6
100%
Guitar 1
24
160
37%
4
67%
Shipley
Anatomy
43
160
53%
6
100%
75%
Connor
Geometry
63
160
69%
6
100%
30%
Torres
Calculus
54
160
62%
6
100%
Prep
40
160
50%
4
67%
Eng- 10
58
150
65%
6
100%
10
50%
Conner
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Geometry
9
45%
Torres
Math - Discrete 11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
12
60%
Torres
Alg 2
6
0
0%
11
55%
Ledford
PE
15
75%
Ledford
PE
0 100% Ledford
11 100% Sternhagen
Prep / Study Hall
18
Sternhagen
AP Literature
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng 11
15
75%
Jones
World History
Prep
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
15
75%
Browning
AP World History
15
0
Goss
Admin
Sign-up MultiPurpose
90%
0 100% Jones
75%
0
0%
0
0%
90
42%
Prep
10
Sternhagen
Eng 9
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng - Honors
78
150
73%
6
100%
Jones
US History
6
30%
Jones
Study Hall
57
160
64%
6
100%
Browning
Attendance
0 100% Browning
Prep
36
160
47%
6
100%
Prep
7
88%
AP Art
15
56
48%
6
100%
0
0%
0
N/A
90
54%
Browning
Seminar
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
Goss
Admin
Goss
Communications 0 100% Goss
Lunch Prep
2
25%
0
0%
90
43%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0%
0
0%
90
58%
# of
St.
575
575
23
20
0
920
546
37
20
18
4
920
546
37
20
0
% Rm
Occ.
0%
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Sign-up MultiPurpose
50%
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Colenda
Goss
Sign-up MultiPurpose
540
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
0
0%
0
0%
Lunch Prep
9
45%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
10
50%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
0
90%
Tafoya
Drama
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 1
8
40%
Tafoya
Voice
7
35%
Tafoya
Art 1
11
55%
Tafoya
Study Hall
0 100% Tafoya
0%
Yamane
STARS
15
75%
Yamane
Band
6
30%
Chismar
Guitar 2
0 100% Yamane
11
55%
Shipley
Biology
Connor
Advisory
9
45%
Conner
AP Physics
65%
Torres
Alg 2
5
920
546
37
20
0
6
650
546
26
20
14
7
650
546
26
20
8
1,100
546
44
20
14
70%
9
650
546
26
20
15
75%
10
650
546
26
20
8
11
650
460
26
20
15
12
650
644
26
20
0
0%
13
450
240
18
8
6
75%
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
Breakfast Clean-up
0%
0 100% Shipley
Prep
5
25%
Connor
Study Hall
Prep
14
70%
Torres
Alg 1
13
Ledford
Advisory
10
50%
Ledford
PE
21 105% Ledford
Chismar
Advisory
10
50%
Chismar
Spanish 2
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
75%
Jones
Advisory
13
Browning
Attendance
12
60%
Browning
AP US Hist
Goss
Advisory
2
25%
Goss
Resource
0
0%
90
51%
70%
0 100% Torres
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
0 100% Sternhagen
65%
Jones
Prep
Econ/Gov
Sign-up MultiPurpose
PE
0 100% Colenda
10
50%
Sternhagen
0 100% Jones
10 100% Browning
2
25%
0
0%
90
55%
Goss
13
65%
Shipley
0 100% Connor
16
Anatomy
Prep
0 100% Chismar
Prep
0%
55%
5
Tot.
St.
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
1
17%
67
86%
6
7
8
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
19
160
16%
4
67%
Prep
53
150
61%
6
100%
Chismar
Spanish 1
32
160
60%
6
100%
6
30%
Shipley
Earth Science
30
160
42%
4
67%
10
50%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
50
160
58%
6
100%
45%
Torres
Math - Discrete 11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
63
160
69%
6
100%
Torres
Math - Adv
9
11
55%
Ledford
PE
56
160
47%
4
67%
Colenda
IS language
11
55%
Colenda
Latin
11
55%
Colenda
Spanish 3/4
58
150
65%
6
100%
Eng 12
11
55%
Sternhagen
Study Hall
18
90%
Sternhagen
AP Lit
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng 11
60
150
67%
6
100%
Prep
11
55%
Jones
World History
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
49
160
58%
5
83%
Prep / Study Hall
12
60%
Browning
AP World History
15
Seminar
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
58
160
57%
6
100%
Goss
Admin
Prep
2
25%
Goss
Communications 12
56
42%
6
100%
0
0%
N/A
0%
1
17%
90
43%
49%
66
85%
0%
0
0%
90
50%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0
0%
0%
55%
0
0
0
11
Lunch Prep
0%
11
Subject
4
0%
49%
Prep
Resource
0
80%
Prep
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
67%
Spanish 1
11
8
4
Chismar
0 100% Colenda
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
7
16%
55%
Spanish 3
Tot.
St.
6
160
11
0 100% Chismar
Subject
5
19
Earth Science
Colenda
53%
0
Shipley
55%
90
Teacher
Name
30%
11
0%
% Rm
Occ.
6
Latin
0%
# of
St.
Anatomy
Colenda
0
Subject
0
IS Foreign Language
11 55%
0
Teacher
Name
0%
Math - Adv
0%
# of
St.
0
Prep
0
% Rm
Occ.
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
Prep
0%
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
3
ARC 21410
16
Subject
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
3
2
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Shipley
0 100% Connor
7
1
Prep
13
8
THURSDAY
0 100% Torres
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
4
0%
75%
Browning
0 100% Goss
0
0%
90
50%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0
540
5-12
August 2014
The chart below shows the utilization
analysis of the current classroom use and
the room occupancy.
1
MONDAY
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Ft
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
2
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
Exhibit 5-13
MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL UTILIZATION
WORKSHEET
MVHS Classroom Utilization and Occupancy
not including Multipurpose Room
3
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
Subject
575
A
20
0
0%
546
37
20
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 2/3
4
920
546
37
20
12
60%
Yamane
World Music
5
920
546
37
20
Prep
13
65% Shipley
Anatomy
0
6
650
546
26
20
12
60%
Connor
Geometry
15
75% Connor
Geometry
5
25% Conner
Study Hall
7
650
546
26
20
12
60%
Torres
Alg 2
30% Torres
Calculus
14
70% Torres
Alg 1
13
8
1,100
546
44
20
15
75%
Ledford
PE
21 105% Ledford
9
650
546
26
20
0 100% Shipley
0 100% Chismar
6
Dig Media
60% Yamane
Guitar 1
0 100% Ledford
55% Shipley
Biology
9
45% Connor
AP Physics
65% Torres
Alg 2
13
65% Jones
Econ/Gov
12
60% Browning
AP US Hist
25% Goss
Resource
12
650
644
26
20
0
Browning
Attendance
0 100% Browning
Prep
13
450
240
18
8
Prep
7
AP Art
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
11,070
8,574
Sign-up MultiPurpose
88% Goss
0
0%
90
54%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0 100% Sternhagen
2
Prep
Lunch Prep
0
0%
90
43%
0 100% Colenda
10
50% Sternhagen
2
16
0
Prep
65% Shipley
0 100% Connor
11
80% Torres
Anatomy
Prep
0
5
83%
5
83%
6
100%
45% Torres
Discr Math
70
160
58%
6
100%
9
46
160
55%
4
67%
IS: For. Lg
11
55% Colenda
Latin
42
150
68%
6
100%
90% Sternhagen
AP Literature
67
150
73%
6
100%
45
160
54%
5
83%
Seminar Intro
49
160
58%
6
100%
Admin
11
56
40%
6
100%
0
N/A
0%
1
17%
49%
66
92%
6
7
8
Study Hall
12
60% Browning
AP World Hist 15
25% Goss
Resource
50%
54%
53%
50% Browning
90
160
59%
0
51%
45
0%
160
18
90
67%
100%
160
Study Hall
0%
4
6
43
World Hist
0
16%
51%
51
55% Sternhagen
Sign-up MultiPurpose
160
150
Earth Sci
55% Jones
0%
19
Prep / Study Hall 52
Chemistry
11
0
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
575
575
23
20
0
3
920
546
37
20
18
0%
4
920
546
37
20
0
5
920
546
37
20
0
6
650
546
26
20
14
7
650
546
26
20
8
1,100
546
44
20
14
70%
9
650
546
26
20
15
75%
10
650
546
26
20
8
11
650
460
26
20
15
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Subject
Breakfast Clean-up
# of
St.
0
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
0%
# of % Rm
St.
Occ.
0
Teacher
Name
0%
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
Subject
Admin
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0%
0%
75% Browning
0
0%
0
0%
90
38%
Goss
Sign-up MultiPurpose
540
Digital Media
World Music
12
60%
Yamane
Guitar 1
Prep
13
65%
Shipley
Anatomy
0
Geometry
15
75%
Connor
Geometry
5 100% Conner
6
30%
Torres
Calculus
14
70%
9
0%
Yamane
STARS
0 100% Yamane
Prep
12
11
55%
Chismar
Spanish 1
Connor
Advisory
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60% Connor
Prep
11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
12
60% Torres
Alg 2
Ledford
Advisory
11
55%
Ledford
PE
15
75% Ledford
PE
Chismar
Advisory
11
55%
Colenda
Spanish 3
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
13
65%
Sternhagen
English 11
15
75%
Jones
Advisory
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
15
Browning
Attendance
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
0
Goss
Advisory
2
25%
Goss
Communications 0 100% Goss
0
0%
90
51%
12
650
644
26
20
0
0%
450
240
18
8
6
75%
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
Sign-up Multipurpose
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
Sign-up Multipurpose
45% Tafoya
ASL 2/3
60% Yamane
0
Subject
0
0%
0
160
0%
2
33%
ASL 1
8
40%
Tafoya
Voice
52
160
60%
6
100%
15
75%
Yamane
Band
6
30%
Chismar
Guitar 2
45
160
54%
6
100%
0%
11
55%
Shipley
Biology
35
160
46%
4
67%
Prep / Study Hall9
45%
Connor
AP Physics
67
160
68%
6
100%
Torres
Alg 1
13
65%
Torres
Alg 2
56
160
63%
6
100%
21 105% Ledford
PE
71
160
76%
6
100%
Prep
46
150
72%
6
100%
Eng 12
59
150
66%
6
100%
Prep
59
160
66%
6
100%
10
50%
Ledford
PE
English 10
10
50%
Chismar
Spanish 2
75% Sternhagen
Eng 9
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng Honors
75% Jones
US Hist
6
30%
Jones
Study Hall
13
12
60%
Browning
AP US Hist
2
25%
Goss
Resource
0
0%
90
49%
0%
90 58%
0 100% Browning
Prep
7
88%
AP Art
0
0%
90
54%
Lunch Prep
Goss
Sign-up Multipurpose
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
Tafoya
Prep
Attendance
Subject
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
0%
Colenda
Prep
Teacher
Name
Tot.
St.
45%
50%
Browning
% Rm
Occ.
5
9
10
0%
# of
St.
4
0
Prep
0 100% Chismar
0 100% Ledford
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
Teacher
Name
Tafoya
Prep
13B
% Rm
Occ.
0%
0 100% Tafoya
0 100% Torres
Subject
# of
St.
40%
Drama
0 100% Shipley
Teacher
Name
8
Tafoya
0%
% Rm
Occ.
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
0
Lunch Prep
90%
70%
# of
St.
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
30% Shipley
0
Goss
8
50% Connor
11
0%
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
7
6
Eng 12
0
Tot.
St.
6
Adv. Math
0%
55% Colenda
Life Mgmt
5
10
Prep
0 100% Jones
10
PE
13
Prep
50% Ledford
Subject
3
2
ARC 21410
11
Study Hall
20
Cimarron Municipal Schools
0 100% Yemane
Eng Honors
6
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
Guitar 2
30% Jones
Eng 9
US Hist
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
30% Chismar
65% Sternhagen
Sternhagen
Jones
2
6
13
75%
1
Band
Spanish 2
75%
TUESDAY
75% Yamane
PE
15
58%
11 100% Tafoya
50% Chismar
15
90
10
Art 1
50% Ledford
20
0%
Life Mgmt
35% Tafoya
10
26
0
45% Ledford
7
10
26
0%
9
English 10
546
Teacher
Name
Voice
Prep
460
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
40% Tafoya
0%
0%
Teacher
Name
8
50% Colenda
650
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
ASL 1
Lunch Prep
10
650
0 100% Goss
15
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
45% Tafoya
Prep
11
10
9
0
Teacher
Name
920
40% Tafoya
0%
Subject
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
575
12
0
Teacher
Name
3
8
0%
# of % Rm
St. Occ.
2
Breakfast Clean-up
0
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
4
0 100% Sternhagen
65%
Jones
Prep
Econ/Gov
Sign-up Multipurpose
0 100% Colenda
10
50%
Sternhagen
0 100% Jones
10
50%
Browning
Study Hall
31
160
43%
6
100%
2
25%
Goss
Resource
19
56
56%
6
100%
0
0%
0
N/A
0%
1
17%
90
51%
52%
67
93%
Sign-up Multipurpose
540
5-13
August 2014
Exhibit 5-13 Continued
MVHS Classroom Utilization and Occupancy
not including Multipurpose Room
3
WEDNESDAY
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
2
575
575
25
20
0
3
920
546
25
20
18
4
920
546
25
20
% Rm
Occ.
0%
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
9
45%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
10
50%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
0
90%
Tafoya
Drama
7
35%
Tafoya
Art 1
11
55%
Tafoya
Study Hall
0 100% Tafoya
0
0%
Yamane
STARS
0 100% Yamane
0%
Shipley
Prep
70%
Connor
Advisory
Breakfast Clean-up
5
920
546
25
20
0
6
650
546
25
20
14
7
650
546
25
20
8
1,100
546
25
20
14
70%
Ledford
Advisory
0
0 100% Torres
Prep
13
65%
Shipley
0 100% Connor
16
80%
Torres
Prep
0
0%
Anatomy
Prep
Math - Adv
0%
Lunch
Prep
0%
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
0
0%
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 2/3
12
60%
Yemane
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
Tot.
St.
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
6
7
8
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
0
0%
8
40%
Tafoya
Digital Media
World Music
12
60%
Yemane
Guitar 1
24
160
37%
4
67%
Anatomy
43
160
53%
6
100%
19
160
16%
4
67%
53
150
61%
6
100%
6
30%
Shipley
Earth Science
11
55%
Chismar
Spanish 1
Prep
13
65%
Shipley
10
50%
Conner
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Geometry
15
75%
Connor
Geometry
63
160
69%
6
100%
9
45%
Torres
Math - Discrete 11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
12
60%
Torres
Alg 2
6
30%
Torres
Calculus
54
160
62%
6
100%
0
0%
11
55%
Ledford
PE
15
75%
Ledford
PE
0 100% Ledford
Prep
40
160
50%
4
67%
100%
0 100% Chismar
9
650
546
25
20
15
75%
Chismar
Advisory
11
IS Foreign Language
11 55%
Colenda
Latin
11
55%
Colenda
Spanish 3
Prep
10
50%
Colenda
Eng- 10
58
150
65%
6
650
546
25
20
8
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
11 100% Sternhagen
Prep / Study Hall
18
Sternhagen
AP Literature
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng 11
15
75%
Sternhagen
Eng 9
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng - Honors
78
150
73%
6
100%
11
650
460
25
20
15
75%
Jones
Advisory
11
55%
Jones
World History
Prep
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
15
75%
Jones
US History
6
30%
Jones
Study Hall
57
160
64%
6
100%
12
650
644
25
20
0
0%
Browning
Attendance
12
60%
Browning
AP World History
15
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
0
Browning
Attendance
0 100% Browning
Prep
36
160
47%
6
100%
Goss
Advisory
Goss
Admin
Goss
Communications 0 100% Goss
Prep
7
88%
AP Art
15
56
48%
6
100%
0
0%
0
N/A
0%
1
17%
90
54%
49%
67
93%
6
7
8
450
240
25
8
6
75%
1
2,285
2,287
25
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
THURSDAY
1
Max # of
Rm # Proposed Existing St./ Sq
Clrm NSF Clrm NSF
Ft
2
Prog,
MAX
PTR /
Clm
0%
0%
90
53%
PERIOD 1
Time:8:10 - 9:11
# of
St.
575
575
23
20
0
3
920
546
37
20
18
4
920
546
37
20
0
% Rm
Occ.
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0 100% Jones
75%
0
0%
0
0%
90
42%
Browning
Seminar
Goss
Admin
Lunch Prep
2
25%
0
0%
90
43%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0 100% Colenda
0%
0
0%
90
58%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Goss
Sign-up MultiPurpose
540
0%
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 3
Time:10:26-11:37
PERIOD 2
Time:9:13-10:24
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
Subject
# of
St.
% Rm
Occ.
Teacher
Name
0
0%
0
0%
Lunch Prep
9
45%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
10
50%
Ledford
Life Mgmt
0
90%
Tafoya
Drama
9
45%
Tafoya
ASL 1
8
40%
Tafoya
Voice
7
35%
Tafoya
Art 1
11
55%
Tafoya
Study Hall
0 100% Tafoya
0%
Yamane
STARS
15
75%
Yamane
Band
6
30%
Chismar
Guitar 2
0 100% Yamane
11
55%
Shipley
Biology
Connor
Advisory
9
45%
Conner
AP Physics
65%
Torres
Alg 2
5
920
546
37
20
0
6
650
546
26
20
14
7
650
546
26
20
8
1,100
546
44
20
14
70%
9
650
546
26
20
15
75%
10
650
546
26
20
8
11
650
460
26
20
15
12
650
644
26
20
0
0%
13
450
240
18
8
6
75%
1
2,285
2,287
92
20
0
0%
11,070
8,574
90
46%
Breakfast Clean-up
0%
0 100% Shipley
Prep
5
25%
Connor
Study Hall
Prep
14
70%
Torres
Alg 1
13
Ledford
Advisory
10
50%
Ledford
PE
21 105% Ledford
Chismar
Advisory
10
50%
Chismar
Spanish 2
40%
Sternhagen
Journalism
75%
Jones
Advisory
13
Browning
Attendance
12
60%
Browning
AP US Hist
Goss
Advisory
2
25%
Goss
Resource
0
0%
90
51%
70%
0 100% Torres
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Educational Specifications for Moreno Valley High School
ARC 21410
0
0
90%
3
2
Cimarron Municipal Schools
Sign-up MultiPurpose
Colenda
0
0%
Subject
# of
St.
PERIOD 6
Time:2:49-4:00
5
10
13
55%
PERIOD 5
Time:1:36-2:47
PERIOD 4
Time:12:23-1:34
4
0 100% Sternhagen
65%
Jones
Prep
Econ/Gov
Sign-up MultiPurpose
PE
0 100% Colenda
10
50%
Sternhagen
0 100% Jones
10 100% Browning
2
25%
0
0%
90
55%
Goss
13
65%
Shipley
0 100% Connor
16
Anatomy
Prep
0 100% Chismar
Prep
55%
Tot.
St.
PED
Max.
PTR
/Day
Tot. % Occ # of
% Pd. /
Rm Occ. Pd.'s /
Day
Day
/ Day
19
160
16%
4
67%
Prep
53
150
61%
6
100%
Chismar
Spanish 1
32
160
60%
6
100%
6
30%
Shipley
Earth Science
30
160
42%
4
67%
10
50%
Connor
Chemistry
12
60%
Connor
Chemistry
50
160
58%
6
100%
45%
Torres
Math - Discrete 11
55%
Torres
Study Hall
63
160
69%
6
100%
Torres
Math - Adv
9
11
55%
Ledford
PE
56
160
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4
67%
Colenda
IS language
11
55%
Colenda
Latin
11
55%
Colenda
Spanish 3/4
58
150
65%
6
100%
Eng 12
11
55%
Sternhagen
Study Hall
18
90%
Sternhagen
AP Lit
13
65%
Sternhagen
Eng 11
60
150
67%
6
100%
Prep
11
55%
Jones
World History
10
50%
Jones
Sr Project
49
160
58%
5
83%
Prep / Study Hall
12
60%
Browning
AP World History
15
Seminar
9
45%
Browning
Sr Project
58
160
57%
6
100%
Goss
Admin
Prep
2
25%
Goss
Communications 12
56
42%
6
100%
0
0%
N/A
0%
1
17%
90
43%
49%
66
92%
0%
0
0%
90
50%
Sign-up MultiPurpose
0
0%
0%
55%
0
0
0
11
Lunch Prep
0%
11
0%
5
Prep
Resource
0
80%
Prep
Subject
4
0%
75%
Browning
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0
0%
90
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Sign-up MultiPurpose
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0
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5.2.3 Development of Conceptual Relationship
Diagrams
Thesteeringcommitteediscussedthesiteandfacilityconcepts,and
askedforoptionstoexploresiteconceptswhich:
• Showinteriorcirculation
• Showexteriorcirculation
• Maximizeclassroomspaces
• Providerestroomsadjacenttoclassrooms
• Locatethenurseofficeneartotheadministrationsuite
• LocatetheMusic,Art/DramaandPE/healthclassroomstothe
southofthemultipurposebuilding
ThesteeringcommitteegenerallypreferredOptionC,tolimitinterior
circulationspaceandmaximizeinstructionalSF.Thecommittee
emphasizedtheirguidingmantrathat“It’sforthekids.”
Thefollowingoptionsevolvedfromthediscussionsduringworkshop
#1andworkshop#2.Thespaceneedsconformwiththeclassroom
needsidentifiedinSection3.1.5.TheAppendixcontainsadraft
programofrequirements(POR)tablethatshowsallthreeoptions
indetail.Alloptionsleaveanydecisionregardingonebuildingor
multiplebuildingstothedesignphaseoftheproject.
OPTION A
Thisoptionprovidesinteriorcirculationcorridorstoallschoolspaces.
Generalclassroomsizesareat650NSFeachandspecialtyclassrooms
arelarger.Theclassroomsareorganizedin“pods”whichsharean
adjacentrestroom.
OPTION A - INTERIOR CIRCULATION
Exhibit 5-14
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OPTION B
Thisoptioneliminatesinteriorcirculationcorridors.Thehallarea
oftheclassroompodsisincreasedinsizetoprovideanenlarged
commonsarea,whichisflexiblespaceforclassroomstoexpandinto
andasastudentprojectarea.
OPTION B - ENLARGE POD COMMONS
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Thisoptioneliminatesinteriorcirculationcorridorsandassignsthe
availableNSFtospecialtyclassrooms.Generalclassroomsremainat
650NSF,andspecialtyclassroomsincreaseto920NSFfortheArt/
Drama,Music,andScienceclassrooms,andthePE/Healthclassroom
increasestoabout1,100NSF.
OPTION C - ENLARGE SPECIALTY CLASSROOMS
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5.3 SPACE NEEDS - PROGRAM OF
REQUIREMENTS (POR)
ThePORworksheetshowsspaceneedsfortheschoolfacility
whicharerequiredtoaccommodatetheinstructionalprogram.The
proposedspacesdonotexceedthemaximumallowablesizeof
19,028GSF.Theexistingmultipurposebuildingwillremainand
comprises6,750GSFofthetotalbuilding.Thenewpermanent
schoolfacilitiestoreplacetheportableswillbe12,278GSF.Thetable
includesacomparisonofexistingfacilityspacesandtheschool’sideal
spacerequirementswiththeNewMexicoPublicSchoolStatewide
AdequacyStandards.
ThesteeringcommitteereviewedthePORandmade
recommendationsforadjustmentstospacesbasedontheschoolneeds
andpreferences.Tothebestofourknowledge,thePORincludesall
knownandexpectedspacesrequiredinthenewconstructionand
preservestherelationshipsofspacesthatfunctionfortheadvantage
ofthestudentsandstaff.
This legend graphically
shows the space needs
described in the POR
and correlates to the
relationship diagrams in
the following section.
Theworksheetseparatesthespacesbygeneralclassrooms,special
educationclassrooms,
specialtyclassrooms,
LEGEND: SPACE NEEDS instructional
supportspaces,and
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575
Life Skills
CR Storage
CR Storage
2,287
260
Principal
135
0
Special Ed Office
Flex Conference/
Office
1,270
200
Staff Workroom/
Lounge
0
240
Nurses Office
435
Admin Office
SUBTOTAL
USE
15,678
4,179
SF
(27% Tare)
As req'd
As req'd
1 NSF/student
or 150 min
1 NSF/student
or 150 min
150 + 1.5 x
Capacity
585
0
0
150
150
285
-685
0
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-50
150
-650
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
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90
-857
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
931
40
275
40
104
80
104
40
104
40
104
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
-115
-125
10
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
852
40
6
40
190
40
104
40
104
40
104
40
104
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
19,028
5,121
SF
27% Tare
13,907
1,435
0
0
200
300
935
NSF
3,367
810
270
2,287
NSF
3,940
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385
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1,300
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40
685
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NSF ABOVE /
BELOW PSFA
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BELOW PSFA
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0
GSF is within maximum allowable GSF per
PSFA calculator.
Including circulation space, restrooms, and
mechanical/electrical rooms.
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
PSFA allows schools to allocate space per the individual school needs within the maximum GSF allowed.
Per Steering Committee Recommendation
Updated per Steering Committee
recommendation. Includes Cot area (200
NSF) and Restroom with shower (100
NSF)
Existing to remain.
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Existing to remain.
900 NSF minimum for Technology-Aided
Instruction per PSFA.
Existing to remain. NSF above PSFA
minimum is grandfathered into total
allowalble GSF.
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Gym not required.
Minimum CR size is 36 ft x 36 ft.
36 feet is a critical dimension.
Per Steering Committee Recommendation.
Program does not require a full classroom.
Science CR is not a Science Lab. Prep
room is not required.
PSFA minimum Requirement: No smaller
than average classroom.
PSFA minimum Requirement: No smaller
than average classroom.
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Existing to remain.
Per Steering Committee Recommendation
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
IDEAL SIZE
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW PSFA
ADEQUACY
Incl w/ Above
1,025
575
450
NSF
4,140
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
NSF
NASF - Net assignable square feet (square footage you use)
GSF - Gross square footage (square footage you pay for)
Efficiency - Ratio of NASF/GSF
Tare = GSF - NASF (space that remains: corridors, walls, stairs/elevators, mechanical spaces, janitorial)
PSFA Assumes 30% TARE, Maximum
Ideal Total Building GSF includes existing areas to remain that are grandfathered into max
allowable GSF per PSFA calculator.
Existing Total Building GSF as field verified on 05.08.14 by ARC.
MAX ALLOWABLE GSF PER PSFA CALCULATOR = 19,028
TOTAL
BUILDING GSF
TARE
N/A
N/A
90
90
90
NSF
REQUIRED
900
EXIST
NSF
PSFA
FORMULA
3
1,700
2,600
PROGRAM
CAPACITY
90
15
3,367
0
810
Lockers
USE
Support Storage
Commons
90
PSFA SF /
STUDENT
NSF
REQUIRED
PROGRAM
CAPACITY
EXIST
NSF
Support Storage 270
Gathering Hall
USE
40
650
40
650
80
650
40
650
40
650
NSF
REQUIRED
900
450
3,490
4
4
4
4
4
450
NSF
REQUIRED
4,140
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
40
650
NSF
REQUIRED
Incl w/ Above
PSFA SF /
STUDENT
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30
PSFA SF /
STUDENT
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25
2
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2
25
2
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2
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2
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STUDENT
0
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90
90
90
90
PROGRAM
CAPACITY
15
15
MAX #
STUDENTS
20
20
20
20
20
20
MAX #
STUDENTS
SIZE PER PSFA ADEQUACY
(TRADITIONAL HS MODEL)
2,559
135
MAC Lab
CR Storage
240
0
546
0
546
0
546
0
546
EXIST
NSF
Digital Arts
CR Storage
PE / Health
Prep / Storage
Science
Music
Art / Drama
USE
240
1,015
200
Special Ed
EXIST
NSF
3,288
0
644
0
460
0
546
0
546
Special Ed
USE
CR Storage
History
CR Storage
History
CR Storage
English
CR Storage
0
546
0
546
EXIST
NSF
SUBTOTAL - ALL BUILDING NASF 11,499
SUBTOTAL
ADMINISTRATION +
SUPPORT SPACES
SUBTOTAL
INSTRUCTIONAL
SUPPORT SPACES
SUBTOTAL
SPECIALTY
CLASSROOMS
SUBTOTAL
SPECIAL ED
CLASSROOMS
CR Storage
CR Storage
Spanish
Math
Math
USE
EXISTING
SUBTOTAL
GENERAL
CLASSROOMS
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MORENO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM OF REQUIREMENTS
Exhibit 5-17
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This section presents
narrative descriptions
and functional diagrams
for each program
area. The diagrams
describe the spacial and
adjacency relationships
between program areas.
Illustrated program
areas use symbols with
the legend in Exhibit 5.7
in the previous section.
5.3.1 Relationship Diagrams
Overall Site Relationship Diagram
Theoverallrelationshipdiagramillustratestheorganizationofbasic
sitefunctions(currentandfuturebuildings,accessparkingand
recreationalareas).Itconsiderstherelationshipsbetweenspaces,
suchasadjacency,visibilityandaccess.
Exhibit 5-18
Site Relationships
Site Relationships
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5.3.2 Space Requirements
General Classrooms
Thisplan providesgeneralclassroomsforthecoresubjectclasses,
includingMath,SocialStudies,EnglishandSpanishcourses.The
classroomswillbeaminimumof650NSFandinaddition,will
includeaminimumof40NSFforstorage.Classroomsdesignmust
provideflexibilityandaccommodaterearrangementoffurniturefor
lecture,groupandprojectlearning.Theschoolwouldliketoconsider
flexiblefurnitureforstorageaswell.Section6providesdetailed
criteria.
White Boards
General
Classrooms
White Boards
General Classrooms
650 NSF
Tack Boards
Exhibit 5-19
General Classrooms
Adjacencies:
English, Spanish, and Art/Drama
Science and Math
Music and PE/Health
Note: Math classrooms want
white boards on all 4 walls
CR Storage 40 NSF Min
Restroom
Pod vestibule
area
Special Education Classrooms
Onespecialeducationclassroomwillbeaminimumof450NSF.
EducationalinstructionforAthroughClevelstudentswillprimarily
usetheclassroomasapull-outspacesresourceroom.Thisclassroom
willbeabletoaccommodateaD-levelstudentwithadjacentrestroom
withshower.Thespecialeducationclassroomshouldbelocatednear
thenurseoffice.
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Exhibit 5-20
Special Education
Classrooms
Special Education Classroom
450 NSF
Tack Boards
Optional CR
partition
White Boards
Tack Boards
White Boards
Special Education
Classrooms
Light must be able to be
modulated to meet
needs of studnets
Nurse
Restroom
Specialty Classrooms
SpecialtyclassroomdesignisforArt/Drama,Music,Science,
PE/Health,andincludesaDigitalArts/MACLab.Whilethese
classroomsincludespecificfeaturestomeettheprogramneeds,
theclassroomsshouldprovideflexibilityforarrangingfurnitureto
accommodatethePaideiaprogramdeliveryforlecture,groupand
projectactivities,andtoaccommodateshareduseofclassrooms.
Section6providesdetailedinformationaboutadditionalcriteriafor
eachspace.
Digital Arts/ MAC Lab
Computer Desks
Optional CR
partition
DA/ MAC Lab
385 NSF
Computer Desks
Computer Desks
Computer Desks
Exhibit 5-21
Digital Arts / Mac Lab
History
CRs
WB / Storage 40 SF
Pod
Vestibule
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Exhibit 5-22
Art / Drama Classroom
Art/Drama Classroom
Sink area
Art/Drama Classrooms
685 NSF
Storage 40 NSF Min
Project area/drying racks
English
and
Spanish
CRs
Pod
Vestibule
Restrooms
WB / Tack Boards
Music Classrooms
685 NSF
Storage 40 NSF Min
Guitars and Instruments
PE/
Health
CR
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Art room
Music Classroom
White Boards
Exhibit 5-23
Music Classroom
WB / Tack Boards
White Boards
Direct access to exterior.
Classroom might provide
backstage for
amphitheater
Restrooms
Pod
Vestibule
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Science Classroom
WB / Tack Boards
Demonstration
Exterior Access
optional
White Boards
Exhibit 5-24
Science Classroom
Science Classroom
685 NSF
Pod
Vestibule
Plumbed Counter with Storage above/
below 40 NSF min.
Restrooms
Math CRs
PE / Health Classroom
White Boards
36 Feet minimum = critical dimension
Storage 40 NSF Min
PE Equipment
PE / Health Classroom
1,300 NSF
Wood floor or similar
See Criteria Sheets
Girls
Restroom
w changing
area
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Exhibit 5-25
PE / Health Classroom
Pod
Vestibule
Music CR
Access to exterior
through vestibule
to protect CR floor
from mud
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Administration and Support Spaces
Inadditiontoclassroomstoreplacetheportable,thenewconstruction
willprovideanurse’sofficeandastaffworkroom.
Exhibit 5-26
Nurse’s Office
Nurse Office
Cot Area
Nurse Office
200 NSF
Admin
Exhibit 5-27
Staff Workroom
Entrance
Staff Workroom
Work Room
200 NSF
Restroom
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Shower
100 NSF
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6
ROOM AND SPACE
CHARACTERISTICS
This section
identifies the general
functional, spatial
and environmental
characteristics, as well
as furnishings and
built-in equipment
requirements for each
category of space.
6.1 DESIGN CRITERIA
Overview:
Thissectionlistsgeneralfacilitywiderequirements.Thecriteriasheets
inSection6.2specificallydescribespaces.Theintentionofthese
criteriaistosupportthegoals,conceptsandprogramrequirements
inthenewfacilities.AlthoughcoveredbyPSCOCstandardsand
guidelines,thenotationsbelowemphasizeelementsofthestandards
importanttotheschoolandshouldbeconsideredtogetherwiththe
detailedcriteriasheets.
6.1.1 Technology and Communications Criteria
Thesteeringcommitteedesirestohavetheschoolmovetowards
all-wirelessconnectivityforcomputersandlaptops,ratherthana
requirementforwallports.
ARCinterviewedDickGemoets,MVHSITdirector,onMay8,2014.
Theavailablebroadbandcapacitytotheschoolcurrentlyisdeficient.
Theschoolreceives5MbusingaradiosignaltoaKitCarsonElectric
Cooperativetower,butneeds20Mbminimum.Whennewfiberis
available,itwillcomeintotheschoolattheexistingmultipurpose
buildingandwillbedistributedtotheschoolfromthere.Theschool
distributionusesCAT6wiring.Currently,theschoolhas3switches
and3sub-nets.Thecurrentnetworkoperationscenter(NOC)is
locatedinthemultipurposeelectricalroomandincludesswitches,
routers,modemandoneoftheservers.Thisexisting10FTx10
FTspaceislargeenoughforfutureneeds,butcodedoesnotallow
consolidationwithITofficeneeds.Thecentralmanagementhub
modelallowsITtoprovideremotemaintenanceofthesystem.
SpacerequirementsincludeanIToffice,whichisincludedin
TARE.ThenewfacilitiesshouldprovideaccesstoITroomsfrom
publiccorridors,andnotfromclassroomspaceasinthecurrent
configuration.ServerroomsrequireseparateHVACcontrolsandair
conditioningforcooling.
Thecurrentsystemincludes2servers.Theredundancyisnice,
becausetheserversbackeachotherup.Lightningisabigissueat
thissite,andgroundingthesystemandbackingupthesystemis
important.
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Classroomswillincludeamediahubat2locations,
toservethededicatedteachercomputer.Every
roomwillhavehighspeedWiFiaccesscapableof
25laptopsorcomputersaccessingsearchengines
simultaneously.Classroomtechnologyincludes
smartboardsandceiling-mountedprojectors,a
teachercomputerstation,4to5studentcomputer
stations,andasharedlaptopcartforevery3
classrooms,containingroughly20laptopseach.
6.1.2 Lighting and Daylighting Criteria
Teacherspreferdaylightinginclassroomsandwill
relyondaylighting,notturningonlights,when
available.Windowsandclerestorywindowsare
preferredoverskylights,whichcreateapenetration
intheroofandtendtoleak.
Allclassroomswillhaveoccupancysensorswith
janitoriallampingsettings,andwherepossiblewill
beinterfacedwithnaturallightsensorstomodulate
theroom’slightlevels.Designoflightingsystems
shouldaddressenergyconservationandreduce
glareonlaptopsusedbyeachstudentineach
classroom.Lightingshouldprovideanaturallightspectrum,and
shouldnotbefluorescent,cannothumorhavehighfrequency.
6.1.3 Special Systems Criteria
Allclassroomswillhavefiresystemspercode,includingafirealarm
annunciators,strobesandemergencylighting.
Allclassroomswillhavetelephones.Theschoolusesthephone
systemforintercomandcommunicationwiththeclassrooms.
6.1.4 Environmental Conditioning Criteria
Theschooldoesnotrequirecooling,andusesoperablewindowsto
cooltheclassroomsinthelatespringandsummer,andearlyfall.
Providecrossventilationwherepossible.Eachclassroomwillhave
aheatingsystemcapableofmaintainingatemperaturebetween68
and75degreesFahrenheitwithfulloccupancy.Classroomswill
haveindividualroomcontrols.Eachclassroomwillhaveasystem
tocontinuallymoveairandwhichiscapableofmaintaininga
CO2levelofnotmorethan1,200partspermillion.Measurement
oftemperatureandairqualityshallbeataworksurfaceinthe
approximatecenteroftheclassroom.Thesystemshallminimize
HVACnoiselevels,nottoexceed43decibels.
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6.1.5 Classroom Finishes
Flooring: Theschoolprefersahard-surfaceflooringsuchaspolished
concreteorvinylcompositeflooringforallspacesexceptasnoted
hereorinthecriteriasheets.ThePE/Healthclassroomrequires
awoodenfloororadance-qualityflooringmaterial,suchasthe
HarlequinFiesta,shownbelow,orMarleyfloorsystems.
Walls: ThePE/Healthclassroomrequireswallsthatcanwithstand
impactsfromballs,equipment,andbodieswithoutdamage.The
wallsshouldbecapableofholdinghooksforequipment,storageor
forPEtraining.TheMusicclassroomwallsshouldbeacoustically
treatedtopreventexcessivesoundtransmissiontoneighborsand
preventexcessivereverberation.
6.1.6 Furnishing / Fixtures / Equipment Criteria
Theschoolprefersflexibilityinallclassrooms,includingthe
specialtyclassrooms.Allfurnishings,fixturesandequipmentshould
supportthePaideiaeducationaldeliverymodelandaccommodate
arrangementsforlecture,seminar(circlearrangement)andgroupor
projectactivities.Mostclassroomfurniturewillbereusedinthenew
school.Newtables,chairsordesksareneededintheArt,Physics/
Math,andPE/Healthclassrooms.
Theschoolwouldliketoconsideranoptionforallcabinetsand
storagetobemoveable,modularratherthanbuilt-in.Allcabinets
andcaseworkwillbecommercialgradeandcontainnoparticleboard
materials.Thescienceclassroomwillrequireaminimumofone
sidewallwithlockableupperandlowerstorage,andacounterwith
plumbingandsinkstosupportsciencelabs.
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Thephotoaboveshowsaplumbedsidecounterwithstorageand
movablelabtables,whichenableflexiblearrangementofthescience
classroom.Thescienceclassroomwillhaveademonstrationtable,
chemicalhood,storageforchemicals,refrigeratorandfreezer,and
sinkwithaglasstrapfordisposalofchemicalwaste.
6.1.7 Tare Criteria
Restrooms: Eachclusterorpodofclassroomswillhaveanadjacent
restroomthatisunisexandavailabletostafforstudents.The
restroomswillbehandicappedaccessible.
Janitor Closet: Thefacilityshallhaveaminimumofonespace
dedicatedtohousingjanitorialsuppliesandequipment.
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6.2 DESIGN CRITERIA SHEETS
Thedesigncriteriasheetsonthefollowingpagespresentdetailed
informationaboutspecificroomrequirementsforeachcategoryof
space.
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6.2.1 Classrooms
Photo of Typical Classroom Layout
Classrooms
Ref #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Space Name
# Spaces
Regular CR: Math, Spanish, English, History
I/2 CR - SpED
Art/Drama
Music
Science
PE/Health
1/2 CR - Digital Arts/Mac Lab
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
Daily Occupancy Use
Yes / No
9 Hours (7:30 - 4:30)
After Hours Use - is likely - so locate in lock-off zone
Public Access - required after hours - needs area lock-off from rest of school
Environmental Conditions - w/ DAC and energy management system
Temperature Control in Space Summer 74° Fdb(+/- 4°Fdb) Winter 72° Fdb (+/- 4 ° Fdb)
Humidity Control - do not exceed 50% except during storm activity
Separate HVAC Zone beyond normal system design
Enhanced Air Filtration Requirements Needed for :
Room Air Pressure
Positive
Negative
Special Exhaust
Windows:
Exterior Windows / Clerestory Windows
One unit operable with screen is preferred per occupied space
No Exterior Windows Expected. May Borrow Daylight from other Space
Yes
No
No
Yes / No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Plumbing
Yes in #5
Yes
Yes
Yes #7
Yes / No
Restroom fixtures per code
Sink
Type Single deep SS unit with goose neck faucet in counter top
Sink:
Type Chem resin single about 18"/18"/ 8" deep unit with science faucet
Sink:
Type Single deep SS unit with goose neck faucet Yes Clay trap needed
Science Lab Emergency Shower
Gas
Eye Wash
Yes # 2,6
Yes #5
Yes #3
Yes #5
Yes #5
Yes #5
Notes
All
Notes
Desire own space control. Follow ASHRAE 55-2004
Design for IAQ to follow ASHRAE 62.1-2004
Provide chemical hood
Reduce glare / heat transfer, with blind / shade
Provide cross ventilation
Notes
Provide HW / CW in all sinks
Provide glass trap
Gas to be at demonstration counter and at perimeter wall
Electrical / Special Systems Performance Notes
The electrical system in a CR will be per code, provide min 2 outlets per wall plane, provide outlet proximity to all equipment listed in this Criteria Sheet, be able to accommodate
up to 25 laptops plugged into power cart, have an outlet and 2 drops ethernet / VOIP jacks in the teacher desk location, have power and ethernet to ceiling projector location
and interface ability between laptop, SmartBoard / Panel screen, ELMO / ceiling projector, etc. The room will have high speed WiFi access capable of 25 laptops or computers
accessing search engines simultaneously. Where possible all lighting will have occupancy sensors with janitorial lamping settings, and where possible be interfaced with
natural light sensors to modulate the room's light levels. Design lighting systems for energy conservation and to reduce glare on laptops used by each student in each CR.
Lighting should not be fluorescent, can not hum / or have high frquency, with natural light subdued (reflected). PA, fire alarm, strobes, call-back voice activated, emergency
lighting systems to be in all CRs. Run technology cabling in easy access cable trays and oversized conduit to make future changes convenient. Provide digital clock on wall or
on TV / flat screen.
Provide power for art kiln near art room.
Appliances (Residential Models)
Refrigerator (with ice maker hookup min. 28 cu.ft.)
Freezer (min. 28 cu.ft.)
Ice Maker (on or under counter type)
Dishwasher (under counter built-in ADA)
Washer (1 each), with washer box, cw,hw, sanitary,vent.
Dryer (1 each), with wall dryer vent, 4" dia outlet, electric
Gas Range with Oven with Hood (Training Kitchen)
Electric Range with Oven with Hood (Training Kitchen)
Gas or Electric Cook Top, with Hood (Training Kitchen)
Gas Range with Oven with Commercial Hood and Fire Suppression
Microwave / Oven Wall Unit
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Notes
Yes in #5
All ADA units
All ADA units
All ADA units
All ADA units
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Carpet
VCT / Sheet Floor, Polished Concrete
1/2 CR
Art/ Drama
Music
Science
PE/ Health
Digital Arts/
Mac Lab
Instructor Desk, WS, & Chair & 2 files
Office 'L' Desk with Credenza & Chair
Student Desk / Chair Combo with book shelf
Student Chairs
Adult Chairs
Table: Each Classroom
Table: Classroom: Specialty chem resin
Table: Each Office with 4 chairs
Ceiling-Mounted WiFi Projector
Tackboard 4' by 4' - Ea Space
Whiteboard 8' by 4' - Ea Space
Computer Stations
Space Ref #
Regular
CR
Furnishings/Equip/Surfaces
# of Spaces
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ea Space
Ea Space
Ea Space
Ea Space
Ea Space
30" by 60"
36" by 84"
Rnd 48"
Ea Space
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Opt
20
Opt
15
20
20
20
20
1
1
5
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
10
1
1
2*
3
Yes
1
1
4
2
Yes
All halls
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
15
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Wood or wood type, dance quality such as Harlequin Fiesta or Marley floor system
Yes
Acoustically treat room for unique use
Yes
Yes
Yes
Special Equipment Notes: In all CR provide pencil sharpener with block, US / NM flags, space for overhead projector on cart (18" sq), map hangers at reachable
height, and 6' by 6' AV manual screen
* Math Classroom to have 6 whiteboards, two mounted at front, at one side without window, and one per other sides.
Acoustical Conditions
HVAC Background Noise level
Speech Privacy per ANSI S12.60-2002 Table 3.d.
Sound Transmission to Neighbor
Reverberation
Storage and General Notes
dBa Level 43
Yes / No
STC Level 50
Seconds 0.6
43
Yes
50
0.6
43
43
50
0.6
50
0.6
General CR Notes:
All full sized general classrooms to have 3 tall storage, 1 tall wardrobe (w/2 files) cabinets (36"W, 84"H, 24"D), about 18 ln.ft of base storage units / counter (6*36"W, 34"
H, 24" D) and same uppers (but 30" H, 18" D). All casework to be lockable. Provide two 36"W, 15"D, 5 shelf tall book shelves and additional shelves in english
classrooms. In 1/2 CR provide 1/2 of the casework. Doors to CR to be slab SC door with full height view glass side lite adjacent (provide pull shade on unit). Provide
room # / name signage for all occupied space per ADA. CR walls will not transfer impact noise on WB / CB to adjacent CR.
All classrooms must provide flexible furniture layout. Program requires rearrangement of student furniture daily for lecture, seminar and group activities. Existing
student furniture is in good condition. Reuse existing furniture whenever possible. Storage and bookshelves will be all new. Provide option for movable furniture and
storage package in lieu of fixed cabinet installation.
Consider fixed recharging shelving in a convenient location to classrooms in lieu of mobile laptop carts.
Typical classroom furniture:
Speciality Notes
Standard classrooms to balance natural light and lighting to maximize available wall area for displays.
Keep backpacks out of lab area in science classroom
Shelving for book display is important to the Spanish classroom
Shelving with closed cabinets is desired in the English classroom
Provide drying racks and storage for art supplies in Art classroom
Music classroom requires storage of guitars and other instruments
Flexible Science Classroom Layout with plumbing at side walls:
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6.2.2 Administration and Support Areas
Photo of Nurse's Area Elements
Administration and Support Areas
Ref #
Space Name
# Spaces
1
Nurse's Office with cot area
1
2
3
4
ADA restroom with shower
Staff workroom / lounge
IT
1
1
1
Daily Occupancy Use
Yes / No
9 Hours (7:30 - 4:30)
After Hours Use - is likely - so locate in lock-off zone
Public Access - required after hours - needs area lock-off from rest of school
Yes
Possible
No
Environmental Conditions - w/ DAC and energy management system
Temperature Control in Space Summer 74° Fdb(+/- 4°Fdb) Winter 72° Fdb (+/- 4 ° Fdb)
Humidity Control - do not exceed 50% except during storm activity
Separate HVAC Zone beyond normal system design
Enhanced Air Filtration Requirements Needed for :
Room Air Pressure
Positive
Negative
Special Exhaust
Windows:
Exterior Windows /Clerestory Windows
One unit operable with screen is preferred per occupied space
No Exterior Windows Expected. May Borrow Daylight from other Space
Plumbing
Restroom fixtures per code
Sink
Type Single deep SS unit for first aid
Sink:
Type Lav
Sink:
Type
Eye Wash
Science Lab Emergency Shower
ADA Shower unit
No
No
Commercial unit
Clay trap needed
Disposal needed
Yes / No
Yes
Yes
Yes,1, 2, 4
No
Notes
Locate so accessible for evening events
Exterior door allowed into: None
Notes
Desire own space control. Follow ASHRAE 55-2004
Air Conditioning for IT / Server Room
Design for IAQ to follow ASHRAE 62.1-2004
No
Yes for nurse's suite #1-2
Yes for nurse's suite #1-2
Yes
Black out needed if in cot area #1
Yes
Yes # 2, 4
Yes / No
Notes
Provide HW / CW in all sinks
Yes in # 1
Yes in # 2
Also toilet.
Yes in # 3
Yes in # 2
Electrical / Special Systems Performance Notes
The electrical system in a space will be per code, provide min 2 outlets per wall plane, provide outlet proximity to all equipment listed in this Criteria Sheet. Office and workroom
will have oulets per code and outlet ethernet / VOIP jacks for any workstation location. Where possible all lighting will have occupancy sensors with janitorial lamping settings,
and where possible be interfaced with natural light sensors to modulate the room's light levels. Design lighting systems for energy conservation and switch lighting in cot area
so lights for individual cots can be turned off. Include outlet for wall clock in nurse office and workroom and center ceiling outlet for projector in workroom. All outlets to have
surge protection. PA, fire alarm, strobes, call-back voice activated, emergency lighting systems to be in all major spaces and office areas. All workstations will have VOIP
phone potential.
Provide "help" buttons in nurse's office and restroom areas. Alarm to sound in main admin front desk. Provide link to "help" buttons between nurse's office, SpED classroom,
and the office.
Staff workroom will have electrical power needs for specialized equipment (TBD) such as printers, copiers, scanners, etc.
Appliances (Residential Models)
Yes / No
Notes
Refrigerator (with ice maker hookup min. 28 cu.ft.)
Undercounter w/o ice Yes #1, #3
Below counter in first aid area
Freezer (min. 28 cu.ft.)
Ice Maker (on or under counter type)
with refrigerator
Dishwasher (under counter built-in ADA)
Washer (1 each), with washer box, cw,hw, sanitary,vent.
Yes, #1
Provide stackable unit in nurse suite
Dryer (1 each), with wall dryer vent, 4" dia outlet, electric
Yes, #1
Gas Range with Oven with Hood (Training Kitchen)
All ADA units
Electric Range with Oven with Hood (Training Kitchen)
All ADA units
Gas or Electric Cook Top, with Hood (Training Kitchen)
All ADA units
Gas Range with Oven with Commercial Hood and Fire Suppression
All ADA units
Microwave / Oven Wall Unit
Yes MW Counter Unit
Yes # 3
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Instructor Desk, WS, & Chair & 2 file cabinets
Office 'L' Desk with Credenza & Chair & 2 file cabinets
Student Desk / Chair Combo with book shelf
Student Chairs
Health Cots with hospital pull curtains on a track
Table: Classroom with book shelf
Table: Conference w/ 12 Chairs
Table: Office with 4 chairs
Ceiling-Mounted WiFi Projector
Tackboard 4' by 4'
Whiteboard 8' by 4'
Carpet
VCT, Tile Floor, Polished Concrete
Wood
ADA
restrooms
shower
Staff
Workroom /
Lounge
IT
Space Ref #
Nurse office
with cot
area
Furnishings/Equip/Surfaces
# of Spaces
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
36" by 72"
36" by 84"
Rnd 48"
I each by WB
1
All halls
Yes
Acoustically treat room for unique use
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Special Equipment Notes: In suite provide US / NM flags. See General notes for more equipment.
Acoustical Conditions
HVAC Background Noise level
Speech Privacy per ANSI S12.60-2002 Table 3.d.
Sound Transmission to Neighbor
Reverberation
Storage and General Notes
dBa Level
Yes / No Yes
STC Level
Seconds
35
Yes
45
55
51
0.4 - 0.6
General Suite Notes: Doors to rooms to be slab SC door with full height view glass side lite adjacent (provide pull shade on unit). Provide room # / name signage for all
occupied space per ADA.
Nurse Suite: In nurse's office provide lockable wall type medicine cabinet and area for lockable undercounter refrigerator. In testing area provide 24"W,24"D,34"H stand
for ear and eye testing (for titmus vision machine and audiometer. Include power to unit.) The nurse's first aid area needs 1x 12" W, 24"D, 34"H four drawer base, 1x
24"W,24"D,34"H refrigerator unit, 24"W,24"D,34"H sink unit and 36"W, 24"D, 34"H base storage with like uppers 15"D, 30"H except over sink where mirror and light are
mounted. This creates a 36" counter 24" sink unit and 36" counter for first aid. Provide outlets for each 36" counter area.
Workroom / Lounge: Provide upper and lower storage cabinets, including a drawer stack, room for a refrigerator, a work and appliance counter and sink.
Relationship Diagram
The nurse's area needs to be next to the admin area for shared supervision of the cot area. The nurse needs to
have easy EMT gurney access and a washer / dryer location.
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7
PROJECT BUDGET
This section presents the
project budget. It provides
an estimate of probable
cost for the total project,
including site development
cost, facility construction,
and other project costs.
It also identifies cost
estimating assumptions
and anticipated project
delivery schedule.
7.1 COST ESTIMATE
ARCanalyzedthecostofconstructionforeachofthethreeoptions
reviewedbythesteeringcommitteeandpresentedinSection4.2.The
estimatedtotalprojectcost(TPC)basedonaweightedaverageis
about$4.09million.
Estimatesarebasedonexpectedunitcostsperconstructiontype.The
estimatesforthemaximumallowableconstructioncosts(MACC)
fallwithinarangeof$3,033,240and$3,090,800.Theaverageofthe
costsperSFfortheseestimatesrangefrom$250/SFto$255/SF.The
Appendixincludesadetailedbreakoutoftheestimate.
PSFA’sgrossunitcostestimatesfortheMACCinMorenoValley
willaveragebetween$240/SFand$250/SF.Thisrangeprovidesan
estimatedMACCofbetween$2,946,720and$3,069,500.
TPC = 1.34 x MACC
Exhibit 7-1
Estimated Total
Project Cost
TheTPCincludestheMACCplustheadditionalcostsforfees,
permits,sitework,contingency,etc.,whichareestimatedat34%of
theMACC.TherangeoftheTPCestimatesisbetween$3.95million
and$4.14million.TheweightedaverageoftheTPCestimatesis$4.09
million.
Moreno Valley High School Cost Estimates
MACC
TPC
$
$
ARC
Low
3,033,240 $
4,064,542 $
High
3,090,800
4,141,672
$
$
Low
2,946,720
3,948,605
PSFA
$
$
High
3,069,500
4,113,130
7.2 ASSUMPTIONS
The district will fully
fund the project up
to PSFA adequacy
standards, and
the Moreno Valley
Education Foundation
will fund any facilities
determined to exceed
state adequacy
requirements.
7.2.1 Funding Assumptions
ThePSCOCrankingscurrentlyplaceMorenoValleyHighSchoolat
No.367comparedwithallstateschools.Thisprojectthereforewill
notqualifyforstateparticipation.PSCOC/PSFAscoresallpublic
schoolfacilitiesthroughaweightedconditionindex(wNMCI)and
participatesinfundingimprovementstotheschoolsranking“lowest”
ontheirlist.
ThedistrictwillfullyfundtheprojectuptoPSCOCadequacy
standards,andtheMorenoValleyEducationFoundationwillfund
anyfacilitiesdeterminedtoexceedstateadequacyrequirements.
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7.2.2 Cost Estimate Assumptions
ARCestimatedconstructioncostsusingunitcostsforconstruction
types.TheARCestimateassumesthefollowingunitcosts:
GeneralClassrooms,SpecialEducationClassrooms..........$210/SF
SpecialtyClassrooms...............................................................$240/SF
Admin,SupportSpaces,andCirculation.............................$190/SF
RestroomsandUtilitySpaces................................................$350/SF
TARE.........................................................................................$225/SF
NASFandGSFforeachoftheoptionsarebasedonthedraftPOR
dated06-02-2014intheAppendix.
Theweightedaverageisbasedonprogramevaluationandreview
technique(PERT)estimating.Theformulafortheweightedaverage
is(O+4M+P)/6,where(O)=thebestcaseestimate,(P)=theworst
caseestimate,and(M)=themostlikelyestimate.
The school will need
to relocate during the
construction period.
7.2.3 Temporary School Facilities
Theschoolwillneedtorelocateduringtheconstructionperiod.
Thesteeringcommitteevisitedpotentialsitesatexistingvacant
commercialpropertyinAngelFireandwillnegotiatealeaseforthe
constructiontimeperiod.TheschooldistrictandPSFAareassistingin
arrangementsfortheleaseandimprovementstothepropertytomeet
Eoccupancyrequirements.
Thecostestimateforthisprojectdoesnotincludecostsforthe
temporaryschoolfacilitiesandanyrequiredimprovementstothose
facilities.TheschoolcurrentlyreceivesfundingfromPSCOCthrough
theleaseassistanceprogram,andwillcontinuetousethisfunding
assistanceforthetemporaryfacilities.
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7.3 SCHEDULE
Thetargetopeningdateofthenewschoolislatespring,2016,as
illustratedintheexhibitbelow.Theschoolmayexploreoptionsto
acceleratethisschedulewiththechosenprojectarchitect.
Exhibit 7-2
Project Schedule
1
Duration
(months)
Architectural RFP / Selection
3
Architectural Design
6
Relocation to Temp School
18
Prelim Site Work / Portables
2
Bid
2
Construction
Move-in
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
2014
J
A
S
O
22
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2015
N
D
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
21
22
23
24
M
J
2016
A
S
O
N
D
J
F
M
A
12
2
7.4 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVAL
OnJuly2,2014thesteeringcommitteereviewedthedraftEdSpecs
reportandvotedunanimouslytoapprovethereportasiswithafew
changestotheCimarronMunicipalSchoolBoardmemberlist.
OnJune17,2014,theMorenoValleyHighSchoolGoverningCouncil
reviewedapresentationofthesubstantivereportfindingsand
materials,andrecommendsthereporttotheCimarronMunicipal
SchoolBoard.
On???theCimarronMunicipalSchoolDistrictBoardofEducation
approvedthisEdSpecforMorenoValleyHighSchool.
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APPENDIX
This section contains the following documents:
• PORandCostEstimateforOptionsA,BandC,dated06-02-2014
• Platoftheschoolproperties
• TheEducationalPhilosophy
» ThePaideiaMethodology
• ExistingFacilities
• PlanningProcess
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Exhibit A-1
Program of Requirements
MORENO VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL
PROGRAM OF REQUIREMENTS - DRAFT
06.02.14
OPTION A:
INTERIOR
CIRCULATION
EXISTING
GENERAL
CLASSROOMS
USE
Math
CR Storage
Math
CR Storage
Spanish
CR Storage
English
CR Storage
History
CR Storage
History
CR Storage
SUBTOTAL
SPECIAL ED
CLASSROOMS
EXIST
NSF
546
650
0
40
40
40
40
546
650
104
650
650
USE
Art / Drama
CR Storage
Music
CR Storage
Science
Prep / Storage
PE / Health
CR Storage
40
40
40
650
650
0
40
40
546
650
104
40
Same as Option A.
650
0
40
40
40
40
650
190
650
650
0
40
40
40
40
644
650
6
650
650
0
40
40
3,288
4,140
852
225
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
25
225
-15
NSF
575
575
0
1,015
1,025
10
EXIST
NSF
546
40
$869,400
BUDGET
450 NSF @ $210 SF= $94,500
Existing to remain.
225
225
575
$94,500
Same as Option A.
40
4,140
NSF
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
$869,400
BUDGET
NSF
225
Same as Option A.
225
Existing to remain.
1,025
4,140
575
$94,500
$869,400
BUDGET
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Same as Option A.
Updated per 05.21.14 Steering Committee Meeting.
Existing to remain.
1,025
Existing to remain.
$94,500
685
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
139
685
920
0
40
40
40
40
546
685
139
685
920
0
40
40
40
40
546
685
139
0
40
40
546
840
294
0
40
40
40
40
No smaller than average classroom.
35 ft x 24 ft.
385
10
385
385
Updated per 05.21.14 Steering Committee Meeting.
135
NSF
0
40
40
2,559
3,480
921
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650
460
240
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4,140 NSF @ $210 SF =
$869,400
BUDGET
650
104
MAC Lab
CR Storage
650
40
Digital Arts
SUBTOTAL
NSF
BUDGET
650
240
SPECIALTY
CLASSROOMS
NSF
BUDGET
0
Special Ed
Life Skills
NSF
546
Special Ed
SUBTOTAL
OPTION C:
ENLARGE SPECIALTY
CLASSROOMS
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
104
EXIST
NSF
200
USE
OPTION B:
ENLARGE
POD COMMONS
BUDGET
NSF
3,480 NSF @ $240 SF =
$835,200
685
40
840
BUDGET
NSF
3,480 NSF @ $240 SF =
$835,200
40
$835,200
3,480
920
40
1,100
BUDGET
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
No smaller than average classroom.
No smaller than average classroom.
4,445 NSF @ $240 SF =
$835,200
No smaller than average classroom.
40
$835,200
4,445
$1,066,800
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Exhibit A-1
(Continued)
Program of Requirements
INSTRUCTIONAL
SUPPORT SPACES
USE
EXIST
NSF
NSF
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
Gathering Hall
2,287
2,287
0
270
270
Support Storage
Commons
810
NSF
2,287
2,287
270
270
810
810
3,367
3,367
0
EXIST
NSF
NSF
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
935
0
0
300
300
200
200
0
Special Ed Office
135
0
0
Flex Conference/
Office
0
0
0
1,270
1,435
300
EXIST
NSF
NSF
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
768
256
-512
0
216
216
0
100
100
400
400
0
1,168
972
-196
EXIST
NSF
NSF
NSF ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
MP mechanical rooms
370
370
0
370
370
MP Electrical room
100
100
0
100
100
MP Janitor Closet
36
36
0
36
36
ADMINISTRATION +
SUPPORT SPACES
USE
0
Lockers
435
Admin Office
240
Principal
260
Nurses Office
(excluding restroom)
Staff Workroom/
Lounge
SUBTOTAL
USE
Restrooms adjacent to
Classrooms
Restrooms adjacent to
PE
Restroom for Nurse's
Office
Restrooms in Multipurpose building
SUBTOTAL
USE
$0
BUDGET
3,367
NSF
Existing to remain.
935
$0
BUDGET
935
300
500 NSF @ $190 SF =
$95,000
200
0
BUDGET
500 NSF @ $190 SF =
$95,000
$95,000
BUDGET
216
100
BUDGET
964 NSF @ $350 SF =
$337,400
BUDGET
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Existing to remain.
Existing to remain.
Updated per 05.21.14 Steering Committee Meeting. Includes Cot area 200
NSF and Restroom with shower (100 NSF).
500 NSF @ $190 SF =
$95,000
Updated per 05.21.14 Steering Committee Meeting.
Updated per 05.21.14 Steering Committee Meeting.
1,435
$95,000
BUDGET
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
100
Same as Option A.
Building code requires 1 lavatory and 1 toilet for 50 occupants. Urinals can be
substituted for up to 67% of men's toilets. 110 occupants = 55 men and 55
female. Thus, 2 restrooms for each gender are required by code.
400
$200,200
BUDGET
972
NSF
Same as Option A.
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
425
350
0
190
190
190
190
Classroom Electrical
0
185
185
185
185
Assuming 1.5% of new building area.
12,278 GSF x .015 = 185 NSF (approx).
200
164
-36
164
164
Per 05.08.14 interview with IT personnel.
781
1,470
-196
EXIST
NSF
NSF
ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
1,446
2,042
596
1,446
2,042
549
SF
ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
784
1,140
356
784
1,140
1,501
USE
Circulation
SUBTOTAL
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EXISTING
BUDGET
NSF
2,042 NSF @ $190 SF =
$387,980
$387,980
BUDGET
1,816
$256,500
$337,400
BUDGET
1,140
$345,040
BUDGET
$256,500
OPTION B
900
1,140
Assuming 5% of new building area.
12,278 GSF x .05 = 615 NSF (approx).
$337,400
BUDGET
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
900 NSF @ $190 SF =
$171,000
900
SF
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
1,140
1,470
NSF
1,816 NSF @ $190 SF =
$345,040
1,816
SF
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
OPTION A
1,470
425
BUDGET
75
$337,400
Same as Option A.
$200,200
Classroom Mechanical
SUBTOTAL
425
0
216
Same as Option A.
972
NSF
$0
256
400
$200,200
200
NSF
256
572 NSF @ $350 SF =
$200,200
Existing to remain.
900 NSF minimum for Technology-Aided Instruction per PSFA.
0
1,435
NSF
Existing to remain. NSF above PSFA minimum is grandfathered into total
allowalble GSF.
300
0
$95,000
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
3,367
NSF
Existing to remain.
BUDGET
PE/Music
Mechanical
Classroom IT
CIRCULATION
BUDGET
0
SUBTOTAL
UTILITIES
NSF
810
Support Storage
RESTROOMS
BUDGET
$171,000
BUDGET
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
1,140
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Assume 6% of GSF for Options.
$256,500
OPTION C
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
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MP Janitor Closet
36
36
0
36
964 NSF @ $350 SF =
$337,400
Classroom Mechanical
75
425
350
PE/Music
Mechanical
0
190
190
Classroom Electrical
0
185
185
185
185
Assuming 1.5% of new building area.
12,278 GSF x .015 = 185 NSF (approx).
200
164
-36
164
164
Per 05.08.14 interview with IT personnel.
781
1,470
-196
EXIST
NSF
NSF
ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
1,446
2,042
596
1,446
2,042
549
EXIST
NSF
SF
ABOVE /
BELOW EXIST
784
1,140
356
784
1,140
1,501
Classroom IT
SUBTOTAL
CIRCULATION
USE
Circulation
SUBTOTAL
REMAINING TARE
USE
Tare
SUBTOTAL
EXISTING
425
36
425
Same as Option A.
190
$337,400
BUDGET
$387,980
BUDGET
1,816
$256,500
$337,400
BUDGET
1,140
$345,040
BUDGET
OPTION A
900
$256,500
1,140
GSF
Total Area
15,678
19,071
18,845
18,894
Existing Permanent Area
6,750
6,750
6,750
6,750
Portable Area
8,928
0
0
0
0
12,321
New Area
MACC
$3,076,180
GSF
12,095
MACC
$3,033,240
BUDGET
GSF
12,144
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
$171,000
BUDGET
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Assume 6% of GSF for Options.
$256,500
OPTION C
GSF
Exhibit A-1
(Continued)
Program of Requirements
900 NSF @ $190 SF =
$171,000
1,140
OPTION B
Assuming 5% of new building area.
12,278 GSF x .05 = 615 NSF (approx).
$337,400
900
SF
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
1,140
1,470
NSF
1,816 NSF @ $190 SF =
$345,040
1,816
SF
1,140 SF @ $225 SF =
$256,500
190
1,470
NSF
2,042 NSF @ $190 SF =
$387,980
Same as Option A.
MACC
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
NOTES / ASSUMPTIONS
Existing GSF as field verified on 05.08.14 by ARC. GSF in Options A, B, and
C include existing areas to remain that are grandfathered into max allowable
per District FMP.
$3,090,800
DISTRICT 2013 - 2018 FMP
TOTAL GSF
19,028
FMP MACC*
$2,762,550
FMP TPC**
$3,453,188
* = Maximum Allowable Cost of Construction
** = Total Project Cost
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Exhibit A-2 Replat of School Properties
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Existing Program
•
•
•
Didactic Instruction-whatmanypeoplethinkofasconventional
education;direct,lecture-formatdeliveryoffactualinformation.
Didacticlearningisthedeliveryoffactualinformationthrough
lecture,demonstration,videosandreading.Useofthismethod
presentsanorganizedbodyoffactssuccinctly.Didacticlearning
isusedapproximately10%oftheinstructionaltime.
Intellectual Coaching-guidesandsupportsstudents’development
ofcurricularskillswhileapplyinginformationoftenthrough
individualandgroupprojects;inthismodel,teachersmodeland
encouragegoodthinkinghabitsandquestioningtechniques.
Coachingrequirescarefulobservationonthepartoftheteacher
inordertodeterminethestudent’slevelofmastery.Thisteaching
methodassiststhestudentindevelopingsolidhabitsintheareas
ofreading,writing,speaking,listening,calculating,andproblemsolving.ThegoalistousethisapproachatMVHSapproximately
65%oftheinstructionaltime.
Socratic Seminar-acollaborative,intellectualconversation
facilitatedbyopen-endedquestionsaboutatext.The
conversationisintendedtoexpandunderstandingofideasand
values.Theteacher’sprimaryroleistoaskquestionsthathelp
studentsthinkfurtheraboutideasunderdiscussion.Socratic
seminarhelpsstudentstodevelopcriticalthinkingskillsand
constructiveteamworkhabits,readtextscritically,andto
communicateverballyforthepurposeofexploration.Thegoalis
tousethistypeofteachingapproximately25%oftheinstructional
timeatMVHS.
TheessentialelementsofthePaideiaschoolare:
• Teachingandlearning
» Teachersandstudentsapproachthecoredisciplineswith
regularattentiontoconceptualideasandvalues;teachersand
studentsengageinthematicallyintegrated,product-oriented
units—andindoingso,provideservicetothecommunity;
teachersplanaccordingtothePaideiathreecolumns.Students
continuouslylearnvariousstrategiestoimprovetheirfactual
recall,theirliteracyskills,andtheirconceptualunderstanding;
studentsaregivenampleopportunitytoworkindividually,
inteams,andingrade-levelgroups,forintellectualandsocial
development.
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• Schoolculture
» ThePaideiaschoolischaracterizedasthoughtfuland
collaborative—allinvolvedarelife-longlearners;seminar
dialogueoccurscyclically,regardinglocalandglobalideas;
assessmentpracticesarequalitativeandquantitative;critical
thinkingiscontinuouslypracticedandmeasured;all
handstakepartinthework:acrosstheschool,allhavejobs
involvingparticipationinthecommunity.
• Leadership
» Decisionsaremadeprimarilywithafocusonstudent
learning,andsecondarily,basedonsystemicandfinancial
considerations;decisionsaredesignatedasmadebyafewor
madebymany;theschooldirectorisultimatelyresponsible
fordecisionsandthereisaclearaccountabilitystructure;
facultyandadvisorycouncilsparticipateindecisions;student
voiceisrepresentedthroughademocraticgovernanceprocess.
• Communityinvolvement
» Paideiaprojectsconsistentlyservelocalneedsandcommunity
membersparticipateasauthenticaudiencesforstudentwork;
theschoolcommunityengagesinrelevantseminarsand
variousinclusivelearningevents;communitycraftsmenand
businessesactasmasterstouppergradestudentapprentices.
• Scheduling
» ThePaideiaschooloperatesinallseasons;thecalendaris
setforseasonalprojectcelebrations;weeklyschedulesare
designedforlearningandassessment:lecture,labs,and
seminars;dailyclassschedulesincludeproductiveroutines,
yettimeandspaceuseisflexible.
Existing Facility
Themultipurposebuildingwasbuiltin2009.Thebuildingissetinto
theslopeofthehillwithconcretefoundationsexposedatthelower
levelandfrontoftheschool.Amechanicalroomisinthepartial
basementarea.Thebuildinghasalarge,greenmetalpitchedroof
withacanopyoverhangattheentrancestairandramp.Itsexterioris
astuccofinish,andwindowsaredouble-glazedwithanaluminumcladfinish.Interiorspacesincludealockerareaneartheentrance,
twoadministrativeoffices,anopencommonsroomwithstudent
computerstations,theLifeManagementclassroom,restrooms,and
theGatheringHall.Thefinishesincludeapolishedconcretefloor,
gypsumwalls,andacousticaltileceilingsexceptintheGathering
Hall,whichhasanacousticalwoodceiling.Thebuildingisingood
condition.
Thesixportablesonsitearefourthgenerationportablesandareat
theendoftheirusefullife.Fiveoftheportableshavetwoclassrooms
andtworestroomseach.Oneportable,originallyforadministration,
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hassixroomsandisusedforSpecialEducation,theDigitalArts
andMAClab,andasaworkroom.Theportablesareinfairtopoor
condition,witholdflooring,holesinsomefloorsandwalls,few
windows,drafty,andpoorfittoprogramforsomeclasses.Thelackof
overhangallowssnowtopileagainstthebuildinginthewinter,and
createshazardsalongwalkwaysneartheportables.
Eachclassroomcurrentlyincludesacomputerfortheteacher,and
threeorfourhard-wiredcomputersatsidetablesforstudents.All
classroomshaveasmartboardandincludeaceiling-mounted
projectorconnectedtotheinstructorcomputer.Theschoolhasthree
computercartswithupto20computerlaptopssharedbetweentwo
classrooms.Wirelessaccessconnectstheclassroomlaptopstothe
Internet.TheInternetconnectionattheschooliscurrentlyveryslow,
andtheschoolanticipatesanewfiberconnectionwhichwillcome
intotheschoolattheexistingmultipurposebuilding.
AllclassesusetheGatheringHallandtheCommonsarea,andare
availableonasign-upbasis.ThePhysicalEducationandDrama
classesrequirealargerspacewithahigherceilingforactivities.The
GatheringHalliscurrentlytheonlyspacetomeettheneedsforthese
courses.PhysicalEducationmakestheheaviestuseoftheGathering
Hall,limitingavailabilityofthespacetomeettheneedsofother
classes,suchasDramaorMusic.
TheCommonsincludesabout10computerworkstations,which
studentsuseforindependentstudyandon-linelearning.Three
additionalcomputerstationsarecurrentlyavailableforindependent
studyinthesocialstudiesportable,andtheirprimaryusersare
studentswhoarestudyingforeignlanguagesviatheRosettaStone
programonline.
Studentlockersareinalobbyadjacenttothefrontdoorofthe
multipurposebuilding.Studentstypicallyvisitthelockerareajust
oncemidwaythroughthedayandcarrytheirbackpackswiththem.
Studentsfilltheirbackpackswiththeirmaterialsforthemorning
classes,andatlunchswitchouttheirmaterialsfortheafternoon
classes.
Theschoolusesoutdoorspacewhenpossible,primarilyduringthe
firstthreemonthsinthefallandthelasttwomonthsinthespring.
Specialized Instruction
Science
Scienceinstructionrequiressciencelaboratoryequipment,butmust
alsomaintainflexibilitytorearrangetheclassroom.Theinstructor
requiresademonstrationtable.Ahoodisrequestedforthenew
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classroom.Theportablerestroomcurrentlyservesasapreparea,and
theclassroomhasachemicalstoragecabinet.Theschoolacquires
chemicalsandmaterialsasneededforlabsanddoesnotdesireto
storelargequantitiesofchemicalsfortheprogram.
Music
Musicinstructionincludesaperformingartsprogramandcurrently
offersguitarinstruction,voiceandcontemporaryband.The
classroomalsoincludesapiano,drums,couches,andstackablechairs
andstools.Instrumentstorageisanimportantclassroomneed.
Art
Theartclassroomrequirestablesforartmaking,andfacilitiesfor
storingprojects,artmaterials,andsinkfacilitiesforcleaningup.
Currently,theartclassroomincludesaboutthreeiMaccomputersfor
studentuse.
PE
ThePEprogramiscenteredaroundteachingstudentshowtobe
responsiblefortheirindividualfitnessandhealththroughouttheir
lives,howtousetheoutdoorsandmountainactivitiestoaccomplish
thisfitness,howthephysicalbeingrelatestotheoutdoors,andtofind
anactivitythattheywillcontinuetoparticipateinfortherestoftheir
lives.Theprogramdoesnotrequireatypicalhighschoolgymfacility
orlockerrooms.Itrequiresaninteriorspaceforuseduringinclement
weatherandappropriateforgroupphysicalactivities,afloorfor
danceoryogaandsafeforfalling,andwallsthatwithstandimpacts.
Restroomsareoftenusedforchanginganddrinkingfountains.
Drama
Thetheaterartsclassmeetsinageneralclassroom,andlargegroups
meetintheGatheringHall.Performancestakeplaceonaportable
stagesetupintheGatheringHall.
Digital Media and Journalism
TheJournalismlabandtheDigitalMedialabarecurrentlyadjacent
toeachotherinseparatehalf-classroomspaces.TheJournalism
labincludeeightDelllaptopcomputers,andthedigitalmedialab
includessixMacsandaninstructorlaptop.Thetwolabssharea
separateaVLANforimprovedaccesstobroadband.
Special Education
Theresourcespacesincludetwoseparatehalf-classroomsandan
adjacentrestroom.Theclassroomalsohasanadjacentofficeforthe
STARS/SPEDcoordinator,whichisalsosharedwhenneededbya
schoolcounselor.ThesespacesareavailableforOT/PTorspeech
therapy,serviceswhicharecontractedbytheschoolwhenneeded.
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Planning Process
Students,teachersandseveralmembersofthepublicattended
thecommunitymeetingonMay7,2014.ARCarchitectsledthe
goal-settingexercises,andposedthefollowingquestionstothe
participants:
1) Isthemainentrancetotheschoolattheexistingmultipurpose
buildinginagoodlocation?Ifnot,whatadjustmentsdoyou
recommend?
2) Aretheresafetyorsecurityconcernswiththeexistingsiteand
facility?Ifso,whatimprovementsdoyourecommend?
3) Aretheexistingportablesinthebestlocationforanew
classroombuilding(s)?Ifnot,recommendalternatives.
4)Howisthesiteusedandhowcoulditbeimprovedto
providesocialspace,PE/athletics,and/oroutdoorlearning
opportunities?
5) Aretherespacesandresourcesintheexistingmultipurpose
roomthatwouldbebetterlocatedsomewhereelse?
6) Arethereclassesorlessonsthattheschoolwouldliketooffer
orexpandinthefuture,butthatthecurrentfacilitycannot
accommodate?
7) Howwouldyouliketoseetechnologyincorporatedintoa
newfacility?Isadesignatedcomputerlabrequired?
8) Arethefollowingattributesoftheexistingfacilitypositivesor
negatives?
a.Centralcourtyard
b.Exteriorcirculationbetweenclassrooms
9) Arethefollowingareasdesiredinanewfacility?
a.Nurse’soffice/studenthealtharea
b.Exteriorcirculationbetweenclassrooms
10)Areimprovementsdesiredinanyofthespacesintheexisting
multipurposebuilding,suchasinthekitchen?
11) Willthecommunityusethenewfacility?
Theanswerstothesequestionsandthegroupdiscussionsatthe
meetingsprovidedinformationtoidentifytheprojectgoalsdescribed
below.
ARCinterviewedschoolstaff,teachersandadministratorsonMay
8,2014,observedtheschoolday,andinventoriedclassroomsspaces,
furnishingsandstorageneeds.ARCaskedteachers:
• Howdoyouuseyourclassroom?Whatworksandwhatdoesnot
work?
• Whatkindsofactivitiesdoesyourclassdoeveryday?
• Whatotherspacesdoesyourclassuse?
• Doyouseesignificantchangesindeliverymethodsinthenear
futurethatmayimpactyouruseofthefacility?
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• Howdoyouusetechnologyintheclassroom?
• Aretheresafetyissuesthatneedtobeaccommodated?
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