FMP 2.0: the Overview
Portrait of a Graduate Competencies
School board Guiding Principles
Ensuring Equity and Inclusion
Growing Early Learning
Increasing Student Opportunity through School Design
Supporting the Whole Child
Stakeholder Facilities Planning Priorities
Additional Classroom Space
Creation of additional classrooms at various District buildings to help meet the needs of the growing community and eliminate the use of temporary classrooms behind school buildings.
Career & Technical Education (CTE)
Spaces to allow secondary students to develop hands-on career skills, such as welding, carpentry, culinary arts, industrial design, engineering, etc.
Health & Safety
Building designs, fixtures and features that provide for increased health and safety for students, staff and the community. Examples of these include updated lighting and HVAC systems, improved health offices, and enhanced building security features.
Learning Pathways - College, Career, & Life Ready
School buildings that provide opportunity for exploration of a variety of educational paths, instructional environments, and innovative practices, which prepare students for success and support teacher and staff impact.
Social Emotional Learning
Focusing on social-emotional learning is an integral part of the educational process. Concentrating on the SEL competencies helps students become more available in the educational process.
Development of classrooms and spaces that support cross-curricular educational opportunities focused in the areas of science, engineering and the arts.