AUSD Facilities Master Plan 2013-2014
The Board of Education voted in June, 2014 to place a bond measure on the ballot for the November 4, 2014 election. That bond is to pay for repairing and modernizing the district's aging school facilities.
In order to plan for that potential bond (as well as qualify for matching funds from the state), the district needed to create a long-term “Facilities Master Plan." Such plans are essentially blueprints what schools will look like for next ten to 20 years.
During the 2013-2014 school year, Quattrochi Kwok Architects and district staff developed AUSD's Facilities Master Plan based on school site meetings, community-wide meetings, and detailed assessments of AUSD's facilities. Over the course of several Board of Education meetings in May and June, the Board of Education then discussed and voted on an Implementation Plan for school site improvements. (Documents relating to those discussions are in the archive box, below.)
Looking for information on your own school site? We have minutes from the school site meetings, as well as draft and final plans for each site, on the individual school pages to the right.
Facilities Master Plan Archive
May 13, 2014 Board of Education meeting
- Presentation on the draft Facilities Master Plan
- Presentation on strategies for prioritizing and implementing the plan
May 20, 2014 Board of Education meeting
June 24, 2014 Board of Education meeting
April Community Meetings Materials
In April, 2014, QKA facilitated three community-wide meetings to introduce Alamedans to the Facilities Master Plan process and present initial findings and site proposals. See the links below to watch video of each community meeting, read community member comments, and look at the QKA's PowerPoint presentations from these meetings.
April 21, 2014 meeting materials
April 24, 2014 meeting materials
Quattrocchi Kwok Presentation on the Facilities Master Plan [identical to 4/21/14 presentation]
April 30, 2014 meeting materials