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CPS Facilities and Attendance Zone Master Plan
The City of Chesapeake and Chesapeake Public Schools are embarking on a long-term planning effort. The Facilities Master Plan (FMP) and Attendance Zone Study will look at major capital investments such as new construction and renovations of current school facilities. It will also involve an analysis of attendance zones to identify opportunities to maximize current school facilities.
A Steering Committee made up of teachers and administrators, parents, students, city staff, higher education representatives, business leaders, and other community members has been created to represent community voices at key steps of the planning process.Online surveys will be available with every meeting to allow citizens unable to attend to provide input.
Community Dialogue Meetings
Community input is a vital part of creating the FTP. Community Dialogue Meetings will be held at various points throughout the process so that you can receive updates and submit comments to make your voice heard. Each meeting will be held twice to allow for you to pick the time and location that is most convenient for you.
Meeting #1 (Nov. 2019)- View the presentation from Meeting #1 and then share your comments using this survey which closes at 11:59 p.m. on December 11, 2019.Meeting #2
The content presented at both March meetings will be identical and will build upon previous meetings.
Wednesday, March 11
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Deep Creek High School
2900 Margaret Booker Dr.
Thursday, March 12
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Oscar Smith High School
1968 Bruins Pl.
The next joint City Council and School Board meeting will take place on January 23 at 5:30 p.m.
This project has two major parts: creation of a facilities maintenance plan and definition of attendance zones. A recommended FMP will be presented to City Council and School Board in May or June 2020 and attendance zone recommendations will be presented in late fall 2020. Community and Steering Committee input will be accepted throughout the entire process.
July - December 2019: Collection of data about facility conditions, capacity, adequacy, and demographic assessment. Creation of draft options to include in the FMP, based on facility data and community feedback.
January - June 2020: Review and edit draft options based on Steering Committee and community feedback. Refining of draft options to create recommended FMP. Presentation of final recommended FMP to City Council and School Board.
May - December 2020: Continued work using Steering Committee and community feedback to address attendance zone boundaries in connection with approved FMP. Presentation of final boundary recommendations to School Board and City Council.
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