ERIC Number: ED065912
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Apr
Reference Count: 0
Master Plan for School Facilities: North Clackamas School District No. 12, Milwaukie, Oregon.
Maltby, Gregory P.; And Others
This proposed 20-year plan for construction of facilities is based on analyses of (1) data related to the projected number and location of students in the district and (2) the adequacy of existing facilities. The study, a compilation of seven reports, begins with a description and the statements of adequacy for each school and its site. The next report provides recommendations regarding vertical grade organization -- the method of distribution and advancing students from grade to grade in either a graded, a multigraded, a nongraded, or a combined pattern. A 30-item bibliography concludes this report. A third report makes recommendations regarding the optimum school size for the district, and a 22-item bibliography is appended. The fourth and fifth reports are combined to analyze attendance areas and to discuss the immediate application of the data generated by the report on building and site inventory. In section six, which is devoted to a discussion of the cost impact of establishing kindergartens, detailed descriptions of five types of relocatable facilities are provided, as well as line drawings of each type. The last section discusses the longrange implications for attendance boundaries generated by the data on building and a site inventory and outlines an additional longrange plan for facility and use cost needs. (Author)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Cost Effectiveness, Educational Research, Facility Inventory, Facility Planning, Facility Requirements, Facility Utilization Research, Flexible Facilities, Kindergarten, Master Plans, Mobile Classrooms, Relocatable Facilities, School Organization, School Size, Site Analysis, Space Dividers, Tables (Data), Vertical Organization
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: North Clackamas School District 12, Milwaukie, OR.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Bureau of Educational Research and Service.