The FMP-C will review and update the five-year plan annually based on factors that may impact the FMP criteria and proposed projects such as:
- Enrollment projections.
- Demographic changes.
- Educational pathway/program realignment or changes.
- Technology advances.
- Changes to federal or state law impacting capital funding, etc.
- Mandates all approved work be grounded in the approved FMP.
FMP-C Membership Composition
The FMP-C will be reflective of the original FMP planning committee that was created at the onset (May 2014) of the FMP process by representing a broad cross section of district perspectives representing racial diversity and geographic distribution of the district. The FMP-C will continue to maintain and uphold the high Facility Standards that were collaboratively developed and agreed upon by a committee of parents, students, teachers, district staff, local businesses, local government agencies, community partners, and neighborhood joint-use partners. The FMP-C will be staffed by a member of the district’s Facility Planning Department.
FMP-C Roles and Responsibilities
The FMP-C membership will reaffirm their commitment to upholding the Facility Vision, Principles and Standards of the FMP in relation to the implementation of a rolling five-year plan for district facility improvements and maintenance. The FMP-C will convene annually to review and analyze the upcoming five years of construction and maintenance projects, on a rolling basis, proposed for the district. As part of this review process, the FMP-C will evaluate how well the district is adhering to the original vision and intent of the FMP.
While the FMP-C’s main duty will be to guide and validate upcoming facility decisions as outlined above and based on presentations by Facilities Department staff, FMP-C members will also have the opportunity to raise questions and ideas for further consideration. This information will be analyzed by Facilities Department staff, along with FMP-C findings of the proposed facility maintenance and construction projects’ adherence to the original intent and purpose of the FMP.
The discussion and feedback generated by the FMP-C will provide the basis for any potential modifications to the rolling five-year plan (whether regarding the fifth year, as is the primary purview or any trends/items that may retroactively impact projects in years three to five due to unforeseen circumstances). Devoid of these outlying factors, the primary focus of the FMP-C will be to affirm the alignment of the capital projects with the FMP priorities throughout the district.