ABOUT THE COMMITTEE
The Facility Planning Committee examines and evaluates boundary alternatives and recommends options for a comprehensive boundary master plan to the Board of Education. This committee, composed of patrons, Board of Education members and district staff, typically meets every two years to review projected facility registrations and recommend boundaries for schools and on an as-needed basis. The committee will also meet when the district is opening new school facilities.
FACILITY PLANNING COMMITTEE UPDATE
After a comprehensive evaluation in October 2018, the Facility Planning Committee recommended no changes to the current configuration of schools and boundaries. Several schools will be a part of future discussions. A summary of the Committee’s work is available in the FPC Summary document. The committee will convene again in Fall 2019.
Who is on the committee?
Membership is made up of three Blue Valley Board of Education members, patron members from each high school district and four district staff members. Mike Slagle, Deputy Superintendent, is the committee chair.
Can I attend committee meetings?
All committee meetings are open to the public.
Can I provide feedback in person at the committee meetings?
Meetings are open to the public, but do not include a public forum. Seating is provided for patrons who would like to attend.
Where can I find the most current information about what is happening with the committee?
This Web page will provide the most current information about the committee's work, including:
- Meeting cancellations, posted at least 24 hours before a scheduled meeting.
- An agenda for scheduled meetings, posted at least one day before the meeting.
- Meeting minutes, posted by 5 p.m. the Thursday following each meeting, along with electronic versions of handouts provided to the committee.
How can I express to the committee my concerns, ideas or questions?
Click here to provide feedback. The committee reviews all messages and will respond to your inquiries accordingly. Keep in mind that there are times when the high volume of emails received makes it challenging for members to respond to every email.