Strategic Consolidation
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How important is the provision of as many curricular and extra-curricular options as possible?
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Extremely Important
How important is minimizing the number of different schools a student will attend during their K-12 education?
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Extremely Important
How important is maintaining the tradition and pride of our three high schools?
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Extremely Important
How important is maintaining some presence in all three cities of our school district?
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Extremely Important
The Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) will pay for 31% of the cost of new schools. However, they will not pay any portion of the cost of construction of traditional auditoriums (they construct "cafetoriums", which double as auditoriums and cafeterias). If we elect to construct or preserve these, Parma taxpayers would pay for 100% of the cost. How important is the preservation or new construction of traditional auditoriums?
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Very Important
The OFCC also will not pay any portion of the cost of pools. If we elect to construct or preserve these, Parma taxpayers would pay for 100% of the cost. How important is the preservation or new construction of pools?
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Very Important
Please provide comments that you would like us to consider relevant to the preceding "How important..." questions:
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What grade bands do you feel we should keep together? (Ie., K-4?, K-8?, 6-8? 7-12? 9-12?, etc.)
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What features do you think are most important for us to prioritize as we design our new campuses?
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What would you most like to see happen with land that we would no longer need after we consolidate the number of schools that we operate?
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What community agencies and organizations should we attempt to partner with as we build our campuses of the future?
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Please provide any further comments about our efforts to "right size" our district.
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