Long Range Master Plan
We began a process to thoroughly assess facilities and learning environments in fall 2018. Environments were analyzed for their capacity to support projected enrollment growth; provide flexible, safe and secure environments; support community recreation and athletic usage; and manage ongoing infrastructure maintenance needs.The school district partnered with Eppstein Uhen Architects to help facilitate the development of this all-encompassing 10-year framework that aligns the organization’s current reality, impending forecasts, strategic direction, and the community’s priorities.
The MTSD Board of Education approved the Long Range Master Plan: A Framework for Our Future on July 22, 2019.
- The plan highlights strengths in facilities, including well-maintained buildings. The district has a maintenance program in place to prioritize and address ongoing facility maintenance and building conditions. The report also identifies strengths in safety and security and technology infrastructure.
- The plan also identifies challenges, including projections that point to inadequate classroom space to meet expected enrollment growth at the elementary level. Outdated classroom configurations at all schools are not conducive to student-centered teaching and learning. Site circulation and traffic flow also present challenges at all campuses. The Framework for Our Future includes solutions to address these challenges.
Strategic Plan Finalized (2018-2021)
September 19, 2018
Request for proposals released for facilities master planning partner.
November 26, 2018
|Eppstein Uhen Architects selected by committee as long-range planning partner.|
EUA has a proven track record in long-range planning in K-12 education, and a clear focus on authentic public engagement.
|November 2018- July 22, 2019||MTSD and EUA work collaboratively to develop the long range master plan, which is referred to as 'A Framework for Our Future.'|
The process to develop the plan involved a comprehensive analysis of the district’s facilities. EUA conducted interviews and site assessments at each district building to examine the state of its facilities and space requirements. Facilities and learning environments were analyzed for their capacity to support projected enrollment growth; provide modern, safe and secure environments; support community recreation and athletic usage; and manage ongoing infrastructure maintenance needs.
|May 7, 2019||Request for proposals released for construction management firm.|
The limited term of this engagement is to review the district's maintenance and facilities plans.
|April, 2019||MTSD hosts community workshops to engage community.|
Three community workshops are held to provide stakeholders with an update and an opportunity to provide input on the future of MTSD facilities.
April Community Workshops: Presentation and Community Feedback
July 22, 2019
|MTSD Board of Education approves Long Range Facilities Plan: A Framework for Our Future.|
The contracts with EUA to develop a long-range master facilities plan ends on July 22, 2019. The contract with Findorff to review maintenance and facilities plans ends on July 22, 2019.