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1
MCCPTAMCPS CIP Forum October 30, 2007
  • The Recommended FY 2009 Capital Budget
  • and FY 2009-2014 Capital Improvements Program
    (CIP)
  • www.mcps.k12.md.us/departments/planning.htm

2
Agenda
  • Welcome
  • Enrollment Trends
  • CIP recommendations
  • Non-capital recommendations
  • CIP Funding Sources
  • Reading the CIP
  • Tips for Testimony
  • Questions Answers
  • Division of Maintenance Presentation
  • Questions Answers

3
Handout Materials
  • Feedback form
  • Division of Long-range Planning and Division of
    Construction staff contact list
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • FY 2009 Capital Budget and FY 20092014 CIP

4
Montgomery County Public Schools Enrollment Trends
200607 130 Elementary Schools 38 Middle
Schools 25 High Schools 6 Special Education
programs 1 Career Technology Center
5
Total MCPS Enrollment
6
MCPS Race/Ethnic Composition 1970 to 2007
15.2
14.8
21.5
23.0
23.0
41.2
40.0
7
Grades Entering are Smaller than Grades Exiting
Preliminary September 30, 2003
8
MCPS Grades K5 Enrollment, First Increase in
Six Years
9
MCPS Grades 68 Enrollment, Fifth Year of Decline
10
MCPS Grades 912 Enrollment, Second Year of
Decline
11
MCPS Total Enrollment, Second Year of Decline
12
Enrollment Change in Area School Districts
13
1990s Dip in County Births Moving Through
MCPS Births Since 2000 Will Increase Enrollment
Later 38 children born every day, on average
Montgomery County Resident Births
14
Change in Kindergarten Entry Age Reduced MCPS
Enrollment from 200304 to 200607
Montgomery County Resident Births
15
Immigration Down Since 2001
Data Unavailable for these years
16
Entries to MCPS from Private Schools 1990 to 2006
17
Montgomery County Housing Large Increases Since
2000
18
Rental Costs Also Increasing
19
Focus Schools in Areas of High FARMS (red) and
Non-Focus Schools in Areas of Lower FARMS (green)
20
Elementary Enrollment Declining in Red Zone
Schools and Increasing in Green Zone Schools
32,000
29,054
29,216
27,517
21
Demographics of Focus and Non-Focus Schools
22
MCPS Enrollment Forecast
23
MCPS K5 Enrollment Actual 1990 to 2007 and
Projected 2008 to 2013
Actual
Projected
59,674
60,619
Projected
56,500
49,830
24
MCPS Grades 68 Enrollment Actual 1990 to 2007
and Projected 2008 to 2013
Actual
Projected
28,540
27,215
20,841
25
MCPS Grades 912 Enrollment Actual 1990 to 2007
and Projected 2008 to 2013
Actual
Projected
39,323
41,303
38,204
Projected
26,827
26
MCPS Total Enrollment Actual 1990 to 2007 and
Projected 2008 to 2013
Actual
Projected
138,527
138,256
103,732
27
Maryland Public Enrollment Trends Actual 1990
to 2006 and Projected 2007 to 2016
Actual
Projected
858,940
850,720
825,966
786,488
28
  • Capital Improvements Program
  • CIP Project Completions in 20072008
  • FY 20092014 CIP Highlights

29
Recent CIP Successes
  • Council approved a 1.211 billion in expenditures
    in Amended FY 20072012 CIP
  • 200708 School Year
  • Opened Arcola ESAugust 2007.
  • Completed modernization of Parkland MSAugust
    2007.
  • Will complete modernizations of Richard
    Montgomery HS and College Gardens ESJanuary
    2008.
  • Completed additions at Sherwood HS (16 rms.),
    Einstein HS (7 rms.), Sligo Creek ES (4 rms.),
    and Weller Road ES (11 rms.)
  • Will open gymnasiums at 5 elementary schools
    Arcola, Bel Pre, Burning Tree, Fairland, and
    Thurgood Marshall.

30
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights 2 New Schools
Opening
5
Downcounty Consortium ES 29 (reopen
McKenney Hills ES)
Clarksburg ES 8 (new)
Clarksburg ES 8 (new)
McKenney Hills ES (reopening)
1
1
31
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights 325 Classroom
Additions
105
105
105
105
105
79
80
79
80
89
81
83
80
79
64
57
40
42
40
40
42
21
21
21
21
0
0
0
6
0
32
Relocatable Reduction Initiative
719
607
200
33
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights New Facility
Planning Projects
  • Proposed New Schools
  • Clarksburg/ Damascus MS
  • Clarksburg Cluster ES
  • Proposed New Additions
  • Barnsley ES
  • Bradley Hills ES
  • Clarksburg HS
  • Darnestown ES
  • Georgian Forest ES
  • Highland View ES
  • Ritchie Park ES
  • Rosemary Hills ES
  • Viers Mill ES
  • Wyngate ES

34
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights 18 Schools to Be
Modernized
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
35
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights School
Modernizations (Opening date in parenthesis)
  • Elementary
  • Galway (1/09)
  • Cashell ES (8/09)
  • Bells Mill ES (8/09)
  • Cresthaven ES (8/10)
  • Carderock Springs ES (8/10)
  • Farmland ES (8/11)
  • Cannon Road ES (1/12)
  • Garrett Park ES (1/12)
  • Seven Locks ES (1/12)
  • Beverly Farms ES (8/13)
  • Glenallan ES (8/13)
  • Weller Road ES (8/13)

Elementary Bel Pre ES (8/14) Candlewood ES
((1/15) Rock Creek Forest ES (1/15) Wayside ES
(8/16) Brown Station ES (8/16) Wheaton Woods ES
(8/16) Potomac ES (1/18) Luxmanor ES
(1/18) Maryvale ES (1/18)


36
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights School
Modernizations (Opening date in parenthesis)
  • High
  • Walter Johnson HS (8/09)
  • Paint Branch HS (8/11)
  • Gaithersburg HS (8/12)
  • Wheaton HS (8/14)
  • Seneca Valley HS (8/16)
  • Wootton HS (8/18)
  • Middle
  • Key MS (8/09)
  • Cabin John MS (8/11)
  • Hoover MS (8/13)
  • Farquhar MS (8/15)
  • Tilden MS (8/17)

37
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights Elementary School
Gym Additions Schedule
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
1
1
Program complete, all elementary schools have
gyms.
38
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights Restroom
Improvements
  • 47 schools in program began in FY 2007
  • 24 schools completed so far
  • (FY 2007 and FY 2008)
  • 11 schools in FY 2009
  • 12 school in FY 2010
  • Facility Planning requested to assess additional
    schools for restroom renovations

39
Superintendents Recommended FY 20092014 CIP
Changes in Scope or Schedule
  • Redland MS and Ridgeview MS
  • Reduction in scope of projects
  • Paint Branch HS Modernization
  • One year delay
  • Watkins Mill MS 2
  • Replaced by Clarksburg/Damascus MS
  • Carl Sandburg Center
  • Collocation study instead of modernization
  • Rachel Carson ES
  • Reassign ELC to Jones Lane ES in August 2010, and
    monitor enrollment

40
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights Boundary Studies
  • Churchill Cluster
  • Bells Mill ES, Potomac ES and Seven Locks ES
    boundary review to relieve Potomac ES.
  • Study to include Cabin John MS and Hoover MS due
    to articulation of Potomac to Hoover MS and
    Bells Mill ES and Seven Locks ES to Cabin John
    MS.
  • Clarksburg Cluster
  • Cedar Grove ES, Clarksburg ES, and Little
    Bennett ES to form service area for Clarksburg
    ES 8

41
FY 20092014 CIP Highlights Boundary Studies
  • Spring 2008community involvement
  • Mid-October 2008 superintendent recommendation
  • November 2008BOE action
  • Implementation in August 2009

42
Funding the CIP
43
Biennial CIP Process
  • The CIP is a biennial plan
  • All projects reviewed in odd-numbered fiscal
    years
  • Amendments in even numbered fiscal years
  • FY 2009 is full CIP year

44
Definitions
  • The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is a
    six-year spending plan (e.g. FY 2009-2014)
  • It is a line item spending plan - each project
    has its own Project Description Form (PDF) except
    for modernizations and school re-openings (RROCS)

45
Definitions (continued)
  • The Capital Budget is an annual budget adopted by
    the County Council (e.g. FY 2009)
  • It provides the appropriation (funding) authority
    to award contracts and to obligate expenditures
  • It is adopted for the current year in the CIP
    only
  • The Capital Budget and the CIP can only be
    revised by the County Council

46
How is the CIP Funded?
  • Bonds determined by Spending Affordability
    Guidelines (SAG)
  • State Aid determined by state formula based on
    eligible projects in approved CIP
  • School Impact Tax A tax collected at time of
    building permit for each new dwelling unit
    constructed, and can only be used for school
    capacity projects
  • Recordation Tax A portion of the tax collected
    when a residential property is transferred to a
    new owner. A current revenue source that also
    can be used for non-capacity type projects (e.g.
    technology).
  • Current Revenue the same funding source as the
    operating budget (technology, relocatable
    classrooms, and facility planning)

47
  • Spending Affordability Guidelines (SAG)
  • SAG determines amount of bond revenue
  • Spending Affordability Guidelines (SAG) set
    higher than in the past.
  • 300 million for FY 2009 and FY 2010, and
    six-year total of 1.8 billion.
  • 150 million above the previous six-year SAG
    total
  • The County Council can review SAG in February
    2008
  • SAG can be lowered by any amount or increased by
    a maximum of 10

48
School Impact Tax and Recordation Tax Changes
  • School impact tax revenue is below anticipated
    levels
  • FY 20072012 CIP assumption was 128 million for
    six-year period.
  • FY 20072012 Amended CIP assumption is 48.3
    million for the six-year period.
  • Recordation tax revenue is below anticipated
    levels
  • FY 20072012 CIP assumption was 225.4 million
    for the six-year period.
  • FY 20072012 Amended CIP assumption is 176.7
    million for the six-year period.

49
  • School Impact Tax and Recordation Tax
  • County assumption for school impact tax revenue
    in the adopted FY 20072012 Amended CIP
  • FY 2008 8.3m, FY 2009 8.0m, FY 2010 8.0m,
    FY 2011 8.0m, FY 2012 8.0m
  • County assumption for recordation tax revenue in
    the adopted FY 20072012 Amended CIP
  • FY 2008 26.8m, FY 2009 26.5m, FY 2010 26.5m,
    FY 2011 22.5m, FY 2012 22.4m

50
FY 2008 State CIP Request
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MCPS State Aid Request Summary (millions)
  • Construction funding balance 2.16
  • Systemic renovations 3.40
  • Planning and Construction (Forward) 5.55
  • Planning and Construction funding 121.62
  • Relocatable Moves .1
  • Planning approval 3 projects n/a
  • Total
    132.83

52

MCPS State Aid Request Summary
  • State aid request for FY 2009 is 132.8 million.
  • 5.6 million is amount state has indicated an
    obligation to fund under current rules.
  • 127.3 million is amount for projects eligible
    for state funding, but without the prerequisite
    state planning approval.

53
Construction Funding Balance and Forward Funded
Project Requests
54
Systemic HVAC and Roof Project Requests
55
Planning and Construction Requests
56
Relocatable and Planning Approval Requests
57
Reading the CIP
58
Table of Contents
  • Cover Letter
  • Chapter 1 CIP recommendation
  • Chapter 2 The Planning Environment
  • Chapter 3 Facility Planning Objectives
  • Chapter 4 Adopted Actions and Planning
    Issues by Cluster
  • Chapter 5 Countywide Projects
  • Appendices A - Y

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Chapter 4
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CIP Review and Action Schedule
  • Board of Education
  • November 8, 2007Board Work session
  • November 14, 15, 2007Board Public Hearings
  • November 19, 2006Board Action
  • County executive
  • December, 2007County executive review
  • January 15, 2008County executive recommendations
  • County Council
  • February to May, 2008County Council review
  • May 31, 2008County Council approves CIP

65
Tips for Testimony Presenters should
  • Keep testimony within the time allotted
  • Check your facts
  • Focus on issues directly related to the CIP
  • Bring 25 copies of written testimony to be given
    to Board staff (they will distribute)
  • Summarize testimony during oral presentation
    try not to read verbatim
  • Build talking points to a theme
  • Rehearse your presentation

66
Questions and Discussion
  • Please fill out feedback forms
  • www.mcps.k12.md.us/departments/planning/
  • CIPmaster_Current.htm

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