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PL 2 – 01.0.1: Capital Plan Priorities Exhibit 1

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Initial Approval: 2017 August 1
Last Amended: 
Last Reviewed:2019 November 29


FOUNDATIONAL PILLAR – Board Governance and Processes

The Board shall use the following rubric as a guideline to determine its new construction and school modernization priorities for the Capital Plan. Capital Plan Rubric Guidelines – New Construction


Capital Plan Rubric Guidelines – New Construction

Individual School Capacity
20 – Over 100%
15 – 95-99%
10 – 90-94%
5 – 90% Total

Community Capacity
20 – Over 100%
15 – 95-99%
10 – 90-94%
5 – 90%

Projected Community Growth (Based on consultation with local municipalities)
20 – Continued significant growth trend projected
15 – Growth projected
10 – No growth projected
5 - Decline projected

Program / Grade Changes
15 – School Capacity has / will require significant program and / or grade configuration changes
10 - School Capacity has / will require slight program and / or grade configuration changes
5 – School Capacity has /will not require any program and or grade configuration changes

Future Division Plans
25 – A capital project in the community aligns with Division plans and is a high priority
20 - A capital project in the community aligns with the Division plans but is seen as an intermediate priority
15 – A capital project in the community aligns with the Division plans but is seen as low priority
10 - A capital project in the community but an application for modular is seen as the best way to address
5 - A capital project in the community is not seen as a priority at this time

*If utilization rate is higher due to shared facilities this will be taken into account in the event of a tie


Capital Plan Rubric Guidelines – Modernization

Future Division Plans
25 – A capital project in the community aligns with Division plans and is a high priority
20 - A capital project in the community aligns with the Division plans but is seen as an intermediate priority
15 – A capital project in the community aligns with the Division plans but is seen as low priority
10 - A capital project in the community but an application for modular is seen as the best way to address
5 - A capital project in the community is not seen as a priority at this time

Infrastructure FCI Rating
20 - FCI Rating over 20
15 – FCI Rating of 15-20
10 – FCI Rating of 10-14
5 – FCI Rating less than 10

Utilization Rate
20 – Over 100%
15 – 95-99%
10 – 90-94%
5 – 90%

Program / Grade Changes
15 – School Capacity will require significant program and / or grade configuration changes
10 - School Capacity will require slight program and / or grade configuration changes
5 – School Capacity will not require any program and or grade configuration changes

Age of Building / Date Since Last Modernization (teaching space, admin space, infrastructure)
20 – Significant health / safety / operation cost concerns
15 – Date since last modernization is greater than 30 years
10 – Date since last modernization is between 20 and 29 years
5 – Date since last modernization is less than 20 years

*If utilization rate is higher due to shared facilities this will be taken into account in the event of a tie


HISTORY

2017 Aug 1 Approved
2019 Nov 29 Reviewed