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CIP12 Ch4 SenecaValcluster Cip 201112

CIP12 Ch4 SenecaValcluster Cip 201112

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Published by Alicia Mark White
The capacity vs. actual enrollment projected for all SVHS schools. Notice McAuliffe and Waters landing are slated for additions. The holding school is NOT NEEDED for SVHS cluster schools!
The capacity vs. actual enrollment projected for all SVHS schools. Notice McAuliffe and Waters landing are slated for additions. The holding school is NOT NEEDED for SVHS cluster schools!

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4-102 • Recommended Actions and Planning Issues
Seneca Valley Cluster 
Montgomery County Public Schools - Division of Long-range Planning - October 7, 2010
Elementary School Service Area
Martin Luther King, Jr MSRoberto Clemente MSElementary SchoolMiddle SchoolHigh SchoolCluster Boundary
Roberto Clemente MSSeneca Valley HS
Dr. Sally K.RideLake SenecaS. Christa McAuliffe
0 0.75 1.50.375Miles
Martin Luther King, Jr MS
Waters Landing 
270
Germantown d
 
Recommended Actions and Planning Issues • 4-103
Seneca Valley Cluster Articulation*
Seneca Valley High School
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. MSLake Seneca ESDr. Sally K. Ride ES
(North of Middlebrook Road)
Waters Landing ESRoberto Clemente MSS. Christa McAuliffe ESDr. Sally K. Ride ES
(South of Middlebrook Road)* ”Cluster” is defined as the collection of elementary schools that articulate to thesame high school.* Clopper Mill, Germantown, and a portion of Great Seneca Creek elementaryschools also articulate to Roberto Clemente Middle School, but thereafter articulate to Northwest High School.
DESIREDRANGE
Note: Percent utilization calculated as total enrollment of schools divided by total capacity.Projected capacity factors in capital projects.
ACTUAL PROJECTED
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2020 20250%20%40%60%80%100%120%140%160%Elementary Schools Middle Schools High School
Seneca Valley Cluster 
School Utilizations
SENECA VALLEY CLUSTER 
CLUSTER PLANNING ISSUES
Seneca Valley High School
Capital Project:
A modernization project is scheduled forthis school for completion of the facility in August 2016 andthe completion of the site work in August 2017. An FY 2012appropriation is recommended for facility planning funds todetermine the scope and cost for the modernization. In orderfor this project to be completed on schedule, county and state
funding must be provided at the levels recommended in this CIP.
Roberto Clemente Middle School
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are approved for this
school for completion in the 2012–2013 school year.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are approved for this
school for completion in the 2013–2014 school year.
Lake Seneca Elementary School
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are
approved for this school for completion in the2011–2012 school year.
S. Christa McAuliffeElementary School
Capital Project:
Projections indicate enrollment 
at S. Christa McAuliffe Elementary School willexceed capacity by four classrooms or more bythe end of the six-year period. An FY 2012 ap-
propriation is recommended for facility planning
to determine the feasibility, scope, and cost for
a classroom addition. A date for the addition
will be considered in a future CIP. Relocatable
classrooms will be utilized until additional capac-
ity can be added.
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are
approved for this school for completion in the2015–2016 school year.
Dr. Sally K. Ride Elementary School
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are approved for this
school for completion in the 2015–2016 school year.
Waters Landing Elementary School
Capital Project:
Projections indicate enrollment at Waters
Landing Elementary School will exceed capacity by four
classrooms or more by the end of the six-year planning pe-riod. Although the Board of Education requested an FY 2011
appropriation for planning funds to begin the architectural
design of a classroom addition, the County Council delayedthe planning and construction funds by one year. Therefore,
an FY 2012 appropriation is recommended for planning funds.The scheduled completion date for the addition is now August 
2014. In order for this project to be completed on schedule,
county and state funding must be provided at the levels recom-
mended in this CIP.
Capital Project:
Restroom renovations are approved for this
school for completion in the 2014–2015 school year.
 
4-104 • Recommended Actions and Planning Issues
SENECA VALLEY CLUSTER 
CAPITAL PROJECTS
School Project Project Status*Date of Completion
Seneca Valley HS Modernization Recommended Aug. 2016,buildingAug. 2017,siteRobertoClemente MSRestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2012–2013Dr. MartinLuther King, Jr.MSRestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2013–2014Lake Seneca ES RestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2011–2012S. ChristaMcAuliffe ESRestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2015–2016ClassroomadditionProposed TBDDr. Sally K. RideESRestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2015–2016Waters LandingESClassroomadditionRecommended August 2014RestroomrenovationsApproved SY 2014–2015
*Approved—Project has an FY 2011 appropriation approved in the FY 2011–2016 CIP.Programmed—Project has expenditures programmed in a future year of theCIP for planning and/or construction funds.Proposed—Project has facility planning funds approved or recommended inthe FY 2011–2016 CIP for a feasibility study.Recommended—Project has an FY 2012 appropriation recommended in theAmended FY 2011–2016 CIP.

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