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Facilities Project Teams Meeting

Teams & Committees

As the district considers long-term options for Mariemont High School, community input is critical to the success of this two-year process.

Facilities Project Teams:

Futures Team & Community Task Force

As part of the Assessment Phase II, community members, staff members and parents are already involved in the facilities project as members of the Community Facility Task Force and the Futures Team. Collectively, both committees consist of nearly 50 people. These teams assisted with the following: Formal Demographic/enrollment study; revised assessment/costs of high school facility; land/site analysis; student/staff focus groups; and construction/programmatic trends. These teams concluded their work in December 2016.

Steering Committee

The goal of the steering committee was to represent the community and work with the architects in developing solution options for the high school. They helped to guide the work we did during the Design Workshops. The steering committee meeting dates were: February 22, March 5, April 5 and April 19, 2017. The committee included a diverse group of 25 community members, parents, staff members and administrators. This committee remains active throughout the duration of the master facility plan project.

Facilities Teams

The final stage of the Solutions Phase will include the work of six facilities teams to take a more in-depth look at the possible solutions for our high school facility. Nearly 100 community members and staff will research and explore (1) design/architecture, (2) academic spaces, (3) technology, (4) arts, (5) athletics and (6) finance to identify needs, wants and priorities for our high school facility.  This work will be instrumental in determining which solution makes the most sense for our community.  

Transition Task Force

The Transition Task Force will develop and prioritize strategies and options for the necessary transition of students from original sections to repaired, renovated and/or new sections of the high school facility throughout the process that may include the use of temporary classrooms.

 The Transition Task Force is comprised of a small group of parents, staff and students likely to be impacted by this work.

I feel fortunate to live in this district. The thing about the school district is that it’s the tie that binds us together, and I’m finding that this is increasingly true. We need to make sure that trend continues.

Dan Dockery, Resident and Facilities Team Member.