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FACILITY MASTER PLAN

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THE NORTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT

Developed by Construction Services Group Educational Service District 112

2500 NE 65th Avenue Vancouver, WA 98661

Spring 2015

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The North Kitsap School District patrons, administration, and staff spent many hours providing valuable information for this document. Without their considerable time and effort, this project would not have been possible.

NORTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dan Weedin President Scott Henden, Vice President Cindy Webster-Martinson, Director

Beth Worthington, Director Bill Webb, Director

NORTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

Patty Page - Superintendent Time Garrison ? Director of Teaching and Learning

Dave Dyess? Director of Maintenance

NORTH KITSAP SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITY PLANNING COMMITTEE

Brad Anderson Ken Aries Jan Bahr Paula Bailey Monique Bartoldus Barry Berezowsky Chris Dafoe Lindy Dosher Dave Dyess Becky Erickson Chris Franklin Chris Fraser Tim Garrison Rob Gelder Jeff Hale Norma Hamblet Scott Henden Korinne Henry Mark Kluth, Jerry or Nancy Krischner Hope Lash Richard Lockwood

Bruce MacIntyre Tammy Mattson Brian Maule McCafferty Anthony Judson Miller Doug Nichols ESD 112 Val Oas Patrick Olsen Barb Pixton Jeff Prichard Ron Rose Shane Skelley Kim Smith Ed Stern Jeromy Sullivan Val Torrens Mark VanHuis Michael Walton Brenda Ward Ken Weaver Cindy Webster-Martinson David Winn

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Community Background................................................................. 1-1 1.2 School District Information ............................................................. 1-2 1.3 Facility Planning Policy .................................................................. 1-4 1.4 Purpose of the Study...................................................................... 1-5 1.5 Methodology and Plan of Work ...................................................... 1-6 1.6 Data Sources ................................................................................. 1-6

2.0 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM 2.1 Educational Programs.................................................................... 2-1

3.0 ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS 3.1 Historical Data................................................................................ 3-1 3.2 Enrollment Projection Methodology................................................ 3-2 3.3 Enrollment Projections ................................................................... 3-3 3.4 Summary ....................................................................................... 3-12

4.0 CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION 4.1 Capacity Analysis........................................................................... 4-1 4.2 Enrollment vs. Capacity ................................................................. 4-7

5.0 FACILITY ASSESSMENTS 5.1 Functional Adequacy...................................................................... 5-1 5.2 Physical Assessment ..................................................................... 5-3

6.0 COMMUNITY INPUT 6.1 Facility Planning Task Force .......................................................... 6-1 6.2 Facility Planning Task Force Recommendations............................ 6-2

7.0 FACILITY MASTER PLAN 7.1 Related Recommendations ............................................................ 7-1

APPENDICES Appendix A ? School Capacities Appendix B - Functional Adequacy Assessments Appendix C ? Physical Condition Assessments

North Kitsap School District ? Facility Master Plan

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Community Background

The Kitsap Peninsula is located across the Puget Sound from the City of Seattle. Poulsbo is the largest town on the northern end of the peninsula. Poulsbo sits on the northern shore of Liberty Bay on approximately 5.3 square miles. The population of Poulsbo is estimated at 9,600. Kingston is another town on the northern portion of the peninsula with an estimated population of 2,100.

The northern portion of the Kitsap Peninsula is home to the Suquamish Tribe and Port Gamble S'Kallam Tribe, who have lived in Puget Sound for thousands of years. Their ancestors occupied villages and camps on the shorelines over the past 5,000 years, hunted throughout the local forests and floodplains, fished in bays and streams, and collected shellfish along the marine shoreline.

The temperate climate for the North Kitsap Area is characterized by warm dry summers and wet semi-mild winters. Average annual precipitation is 56.37 inches with very little snow.

Today the North Kitsap area is a well-known destination for eco-recreation, adventure sports, water trail activities, and cycling. The area is rich in heritage and is characterized by many small communities across the peninsula. Having so many small communities, there are many year-round activities. Art walks and art galleries, live music and theater, fiber arts, books, cinemas, museums and cultural centers are designed to engage locals and visitors of all ages. Every community has at least one major festival each year. Greater Poulsbo is a deceptively productive economy. To the south of the Poulsbo area is a large submarine base with the resultant military economic impact. The north end of the Kitsap Peninsula is far less dependent on military spending and the aeronautics industry, which drive the central and southern portions of the county. Diversity is the common denominator, from the larger businesses like Gravitec, Watson, Avalara, Trulife, Marine View Beverage, and Twiss Labs, to the unique entrepreneurships like Blue Frog Solar, Well Being Health Center, Valley Nursery, Orbea Signs and Marina Market. Several casinos are also in the area and are operated by local tribes.

Among the most common occupations in Kitsap Peninsula are health care and social assistance ? 23%, retail trades - 19%, and accommodations and food services - 13%. Approximately 77% of workers in Kitsap County, Washington work for companies, 17% work for the government and 6% are self-employed. According to government data, the per capita income in Kitsap Count is $30,661, and the median income of households in Kitsap County was $59,374.

Exhibit 1-1 shows employment details for Kitsap County

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EXHIBIT 1-1 EMPLOYMENT BY CATEGORY

Category

Agriculture, Mining, Utilities Construction Manufacturing Wholesale trade Retail trade Transportation and warehousing Information Finance and insurance Real estate and rental and leasing Professional, scientific, and technical services Administrative, support, waste mgmt. etc Educational services Health care and social assistance Arts, entertainment, and recreation Accommodation and food services Other services (except public administration) Industries not classified Total for all sectors

Number Employed

NA 3,795 1,829

949 10,744

833 1,158 2,115 1,287 4,492 3,042

957 12,683

1,514 7,172 3,175

NA 56,258

Percent Employed

<1% 7% 3% 2%

19% 1% 2% 4% 2% 8% 5% 2%

23% 3%

13% 6%

<1% 100%

Source: U.S. Census, 2014

The area offers many outdoor and recreation opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Fishing, hiking, hunting, water sports, and sight-seeing are just a few of the many activities that are popular. The North Kitsap School District is a major local employer, and also meets many of the community's recreational needs through extracurricular programs.

1.2 School District Information

The North Kitsap School District has approximately 6,100 students in grades K-12. It is governed by an elected school board with five members. The board hires a superintendent to serve as their chief executive officer. The educational programs are offered in three "categories" of school organizational types: (1) six K-5 elementary schools, (2) two grade 6-8 middle schools, and (3) two grade 9-12 high schools.

The activities of the District are guided by its stated policy on "Annual Goals, Objectives, and Evaluation." This policy states:

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Each year the board will formulate specific and measurable goals and objectives to guide effective board governance. The goals and objectives may include but are not limited to the board functions of:

A. Responsible school district governance; B. Communication of and commitment to high expectations for

student learning; C. Creating conditions district-wide for student and staff success; D. Holding the district accountable for student learning;; and E. Engagement of the community in education.

1.2.1 Student Learning Goals

The goal of the school district shall be to provide opportunities for all students to become responsible and respectful global citizens, to contribute to their economic well-being and that of their families and communities, to explore and understand different perspectives and to enjoy productive and satisfying lives. Additionally, a goal of the district is to provide opportunities for each student to develop specific academic and technical skills and knowledge essential to meeting four student learning goals:

A. Read with comprehension, write effectively, and communicate successfully in a variety of ways and settings;

B. Know and apply the core concepts and principles of: mathematics; social, physical, and life sciences; civics and history, including different cultures and participation in representative government; geography; arts; and health and fitness;

C. Think analytically, logically, creatively, and be able to integrate different experiences and knowledge to form reasoned judgments and solve problems; and

D. Understand the importance of work and finance and how performance, effort, and decisions directly affect future career and educational opportunities.

These goals will be placed within a context of a performance-based educational system in which high standards are set for all students. Parents are primary partners in the education of their children, and students take responsibility for their learning. How instruction is provided to meet these learning goals is the decision of the school board and district educators. An assessment system for determining if students have successfully learned the essential academic learning requirements based on the student learning goals shall be adopted by the district as the state board of education implements these assessments.

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