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1 4.0 CAPACITY AND UTILIZATION The capacity of a school building is driven by four main factors: (1) the physical size of the instructional spaces, (2) the class size limits, (3) the schedule of uses, and (3) the programs that are offered by the school. Because capacity formulas often apply different weights to these factors, one can find a number of capacity definitions across the country. For the Centralia School District, a single method of calculating capacity was used the instructional space model. This brings both consistency and clarity to the process of determining capacity. Once capacity is determined, it can be compared to enrollments or projected future enrollments. This comparison produces a utilization factor that is discussed later in this chapter. 4.1 Capacity Analysis Each school in the Centralia School District underwent an analysis to determine its capacity. School capacity, or the number of students a building is designed to reasonably accommodate, is largely driven by the number of students assigned to each class, the number of square feet in the classroom, the number of periods in the schedule, where teacher preparation periods occur, the ratio of required courses vs. elective courses, and the number of programs offered Methodology Existing building capacity information was gathered though analysis of building floor plans and interviews with district personnel. The calculations required a variety of information: a. plans, maps, diagrams, and drawings of existing buildings b. information regarding the numbers of teaching spaces and their uses c. square footage information for each school d. interviews with staff Many special needs programs require smaller class sizes with more area per student, specialized utilities and equipment, and space for specialists to serve their needs. Examples of the programs needing different spaces include the self-contained classrooms, resource room programs, speech and language therapy, Occupational and Physical Therapy (OPT), Title I (remedial reading and mathematics), gifted education, science, PE, and music. Capacity is then calculated by multiplying the number of teaching spaces by type (e.g. kindergarten rooms, primary grade rooms, intermediate grade rooms, special education rooms, PE teaching spaces, music rooms, secondary general classrooms, art rooms, etc.) times the class size limit (often stated in the negotiated agreement or in Board policy). The sum of the products in each school type are then multiplied by a scheduling factor. Page 4-1

2 Scheduling factors are used to reflect the fact that not every classroom can be scheduled to have a perfect fit of students in the attendance zone when compare to capacity standards. For elementary schools, a scheduling factor of 95% reflects this imperfect fit. In addition, the District must account for the practice of having each middle school and high school teacher use of their classrooms, without students, for their preparation period. At the middle school level, the enrollment would be multiplied by 86% to reflect the planning period for each teacher in a seven period instructional day (6 teaching periods 7 total periods = 86% scheduling factor). At the high school level, the enrollment would be multiplied by 83% to reflect the planning period for each teacher in a six period instructional day (5 teaching periods 6 total periods = 83% scheduling factor) Current Capacity Standards The consultants used the instructional space model of calculating capacity which is based on an actual count of the different types of classrooms and their maximum enrollment. Often, general classrooms have a greater capacity than special learning classrooms (e.g., special education classrooms have lower enrollments due to the legal requirements of handicapped education laws.) Based on Centralia School District practices for classroom enrollment sizes, we have used these values: Kindergarten Grades 1 Grades 2-3 Grade 4 Grades 5-6 Grades 6-12 Special Education (Life Skills) Title I, Resource = 19 students = 19 students = 21 students = 27 students = 29 students = 32 students = 8 students = 15 students Page 4-2

3 Exhibit 4-1 details the different types of spaces and their capacity for the K-6 program. Please note that many special learning spaces (computer lab, music, P.E., etc.) do not have student capacity for K-6 because the students are counted in their home rooms. These special learning spaces are used for pull-out programs. EXHIBIT 4-1 K-6 SPACE STANDARDS CHART Source: Centralia School District, 2016 Page 4-3

4 Exhibit 4-2 details the capacity standards for the middle school. The special learning spaces for the secondary grade levels do have capacity since the schools are on a seven period schedule. Computer labs have been counted at 15 students, or half capacity, with the assumption that half of the time the space will have assigned students and the other half of the time the students will use the lab as a drop in space while they are assigned to other spaces in the building. EXHIBIT 4-2 MIDDLE SCHOOL SPACE STANDARDS CHART Source: Centralia School District, 2016 Page 4-4

5 Exhibit 4-3 details the capacity standards for the high school. The special learning spaces for the secondary grade levels do have capacity since the schools are on a six period schedule. Computer labs have been counted at 15 students, or half capacity, with the assumption that half of the time the space will have assigned students and the other half of the time the students will use the lab as a drop in space while they are assigned to other spaces in the building. EXHIBIT 4-3 HIGH SCHOOL SPACE STANDARDS CHART Source: Centralia School District, 2016 Page 4-5

6 Exhibit 4-4 details the capacity standards for grades in the district s alternative program. Similar to the standard secondary grade models, the special learning spaces do have capacity. In addition, capacity in all classes has been reduced to recognize the individualized focus and best-practices relative to this alternative model. EXHIBIT ALTERNATIVE SECONDARY SPACE STANDARDS CHART Source: Centralia School District, Current Capacity In order to obtain the numbers of each classroom type, the consulting team analyzed a simple floor plan of each school. Once the number of classrooms for each type of space was determined, the capacity for each school was calculated by multiplying the number of spaces (for each space type) times the capacity value from the capacity standards charts (See Exhibits 4-1, 4-2, 4-3 and 4-4.) For each school, once the capacity was determined, it was multiplied by a scheduling factor. Scheduling factors are used to reflect the fact that not every classroom can be scheduled to have a perfect fit of the maximum enrollment standards and the District s practice of having secondary teachers use their classrooms without students for their preparation period. These scheduling factors have been used: Elementary = 95% Middle = 86% (6 of 7 periods) High = 83% (5 of 6 periods) Page 4-6

7 Examples of the calculations for elementary, middle and high schools are detailed in Exhibits 4-5, 4-6 and 4-7. EXHIBIT 4-5 SAMPLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CAPACITY CALCULATION EXHIBIT 4-6 SAMPLE MIDDLE SCHOOL CAPACITY CALCULATION Page 4-7

8 EXHIBIT 4-7 SAMPLE HIGH SCHOOL CAPACITY CALCULATION Using the capacity standards from the tables in Exhibits 4-1 through 4-4 and the methodologies demonstrated in Exhibits 4-5 through 4-7, the capacities for each school have been calculated. Exhibit 4-8 shows the results of the calculations. Detailed tables of capacity calculations for each school are included in Appendix A. EXHIBIT 4-8 SCHOOL CAPACITIES Page 4-8

9 4.2 Enrollment vs. Capacity In order for schools to fully meet their educational goals, capacity and enrollment must be matched. When capacity exceeds enrollment (under-utilization) capital expenditures may be reduced or facilities removed from inventory. When enrollment exceeds capacity (overutilization) capital expenditures may need to be increased. The formula for calculating utilization is enrollment capacity = utilization Elementary Enrollment and Capacity The current K-6 enrollment exceeds capacity, or is at maximum capacity, in the elementary grades at four of the five schools. The total current elementary utilization is 116%. The projected five-year enrollment increases the utilization rate to 117%. Current and anticipated future utilization rates mean that even with one elementary school currently underutilized the district will remain over-capacity at the elementary level for the next five years Middle School Enrollment and Capacity The current 7-8 capacity exceeds the enrollment in the middle schools. The total current middle school utilization is 70%. The projected future utilization will increase slightly to 76%. This utilization rate indicates that the middle school will likely not need additional capacity in the foreseeable future, though it may be under-utilized High School Enrollment and Capacity The current 9-12 capacity slightly exceeds the enrollment Centralia High School which has a utilization rate of 97%. Futurus High School s enrollment significantly exceeds its current capacity as its utilization rate is 147%. Overall, the High School utilization factor is 99% and is projected to decrease slightly to 97% over the next five years. This utilization rate indicates that Centralia High School will remain largely at capacity while Futurus High School will remain significantly over-capacity. Exhibit 4-9 is a table showing the current capacity, enrollment and utilization for each school as well as the projected enrollment and utilization rates. Page 4-9

10 EXHIBIT 4-9 CURRENT AND PROJECTED FACILITY UTILIZATION Exhibit 4-10 provides three graphic representations of the relationship between capacity and enrollment for the coming five years at each school level. Page 4-10

11 EXHIBIT 4-5 PROJECTED FACILITY UTILIZATION GRAPHS Page 4-11

12 EXHIBIT 4-10 (CONTINUED) PROJECTED FACILITY UTILIZATION GRAPHS Page 4-12

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