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Section 11.0
FNAIP Committee MM

FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES | SECTION 11.0

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
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Graphics

January 18, 2011
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION

Deb Maurey
Mary Saxon
Dale Shaffer
David Jaynes
Scott Alder
William Block
Mary Jo King
Rae Shiau
Lawton Gray
Robin Penn
Shawn Thomas
Kathy Perini
Chelsea Kang-Smith
Gary McGuire
Michael Lin
David Niles
Jim Kisel
Jomay Liao

TCEA
PTA Parent
TCUSD, Maintenance & Operations
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
TCUSD, Maintenance & Operations
TCUSD, Director of Technology
TCUSD, Principal – Temple City HS
TECC
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Intermediate
CSEA #105
TCUSD, Principal – Longden ES
TCUSD, Principal – Emperor ES
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD, Principal – La RosaES
TCUSD, Technology
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
LPA, Project Manager

All Present
participants

&

FNAIPC

(See attached sign-in sheet.)

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
1.01

STATUS
Introduction & Purpose
LPA’s Master Planning team, welcomed the
Facility Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan
Committee (FNAIPC) to the first of five (5)
meetings over the coming months. It was explained
that LPA was hired to facilitate Temple City
USD’s
Facilities
Needs
Assessment and
Improvement Plan process.
a. All participants introduced themselves;
LPA then explained that the goal of the

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN (FNAIP)
FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING #1
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

5 1 6 1 C al i f orni a Avenue
S ui t e 10 0
Irvine, California 92617

January 18, 2012

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1 - DRAFT
January 26, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #1
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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meeting was to arrive at themes that
would be used to help create the FNAIP
Plan guiding principles.
INFO

1.02

Thought-Starters & Facilities Needs Assessment
& Improvement Planning Process
a. LPA presented visioning thought-starters,
a description of the FNAIP planning
process, and a schedule timeline (see
attached PowerPoint document).
b. It was described that the varied meetings
and conversations taking place are meant
to encourage a fully collaborative and
inclusive process for all District
stakeholders.
c. It was explained that while the current
climate may be one of budgetary
restrictions,
the
Facility
Needs
Assessment
&
Improvement
Plan
Committee and other stakeholders in this
facility planning process will need to be
forward-thinking and truly visionary to
ensure that the end product is a plan that
fully supports the District’s educational
goals and operational needs 10 to 20
years down the road.

INFO

1.03

“If You Could Dream” Discussion
Attendees were separated into smaller working
groups to participate in an open-ended visioning
discussion.
a. Participants were encouraged to think
about and discuss their goals and ideals
for the future of the District. (Refer to
attached photos of the small group
visioning posters.)

1.04

Common Themes Development
a. The small groups reported their
discussions back to the larger group. (See
photographs of notes) Topics that arose
include:
 Environmentally
sustainable
schools
 Quality and aesthetically pleasing
facilities
 State of the art Technology
 Community friendly schools
 Flexibility and building for the
future
 Build healthy schools and
promote healthy lifestyles

INFO

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1 - DRAFT
January 26, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #1
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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b.
c.

LPA/ TCUSD

INFO

1.05

Create better student gathering
spaces,
encouraging
collaboration
 Safe and secure schools
 Professional development and
training for staff
 Quality systems that are low
maintenance and durable
LPA described that the themes from the
small group work will be extracted and
developed into draft Guiding Principles.
The draft guiding principles will then be
shared with the District Leadership
Committee and also with the Elementary,
Intermediate, High School, and Districtwide Topics Focus Groups for further
review and input.

Next Steps/Calendar Update
st
a. February 1 – Facility Needs Assessment &
Improvement Plan Committee Meeting #2,
3:30pm – 5:30pm at the District Office, Board
Room.

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint presentation with agenda, visioning topics, FNAIP
planning process, and process schedule update; Photographs of small group
brainstorming/ visioning posters.

Submitted by:

JL

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 18, 2011
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION
Board Member
Board Member
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
TCUSD, Maintenance & Operations
TCUSD, Teacher - La Rosa ES
TCUSD, Director of M&O
TCUSD, Teacher - Cloverly ES
TCUSD D.O., Assistant Superintendent -

Kien Tiet
Bob Ridley
David Jaynes
Scott Alder
Ellen Laughlin
Dale Shaffer
Bob Westgate
Kate Franceschini

All Present
participants

&

FNAIPC

(See attached sign-in sheet.)

Instructional Services/Categorical Programs

Gary McGuire
Shawn L. Thomas
Chelsea Kang-Smith
Lawton Gray
Jim Kisel
Jomay Liao

TCUSD D.O., Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD Principal - Longden ES
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
LPA, Project Manager

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
2.01

STATUS
Introduction & Purpose
LPA’s Master Planning team welcomed the
Facility Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan
Committee (FNAIPC) to the second of five (5)
meetings. (See attached PowerPoint presentation
with agenda)
a. LPA explained that the common themes
developed from the small group
discussions at the last FNAIPC meeting
(Meeting #1) were used to develop into
the draft Guiding Principles that will be
presented today to this committee for

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN (FNAIP)
FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING #2
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

5 1 6 1 C al i f orni a Avenue
S ui t e 10 0
Irvine, California 92617

February 2, 2012

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
February 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #2
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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b.

LPA/ TCUSD

2.02

review and comment.
Common Themes include the following:
i.
Inspirational, Inviting,
Motivational, Community Spaces
ii.
Adaptability, Agility, Flexibility
iii.
State of the Art Technology
iv.
Environmentally Sustainable and
Healthy Spaces
v.
Community Spaces
vi.
Long Range View

Draft Guiding Principles
LPA presented each of the Draft Guiding
Principles. Prior to the next meeting, Committee
members can further review the attached
presentation and markups and provide additional
comments. The Guiding Principles will be revised
to include the comments below, and re-distributed
to the Committee by e-mail.
The following are comments made by the
committee:

2.02A

QUALITY FACILITIES TO MATCH QUALITY
PROGRAMS
a. Revise “inhabit” to another word.
b. “State of the Art” may imply
unaffordable or unattainable and may
change in the future.
c. Response: The word “strive” makes it a
goal, so it is OK to leave as-is.
Delete the word “offerings”

INFO

2.02B

FLEXIBLE
AND
AGILE
LEARNING
ENVIRONMENTS
a. Change “anywhere” to “everywhere”.
st
b. List 21 Century Skills
c. Delete the word “flexible” because it is
redundant with the title

INFO

2.02C

STATE
OF
THE
ART
TECHNOLOGY
RESOURCES
a. The statement is too “wordy”.
b. Remove “State of the art” from the
paragraph since it is already in the title.
c. Change the word “should” to “will”
d. Need to add a descriptor for
“technological resources”. Some words to
consider:
i.
Innovative
ii.
Apt
iii.
Real world
iv.
Some word between “innovative”

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
February 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #2
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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e.
f.
g.

and “apt”
Delete the word “both”
Delete “empowering students”
These resources will enable not only just
“children
and
adults”
to
work
collaboratively
but
should
include
everyone, including community and
parents

INFO

2.02D

HEALTHY
HIGH
PERFORMANCE
SUSTAINABLE FACILITIES
a. The statement is too “wordy”.
b. The last sentence “…issues such as indoor
air quality, daylighting, thermal comfort
and energy efficiency, pedestrian and
vehicular circulation.” is too specific.
Delete the last sentence.
c. Delete from title “High Performance”
d. Change the word “highest” to “high”
e. Add a sentence about how TCUSD schools
serve as a model for the community
demonstrating safe, healthy lifestyles, and
good stewardship

INFO

2.02E

INVITING, COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SCHOOLS
a. Delete the first sentence “Schools are at
the center of the local TCUSD
community.” Start with the second
sentence; revise the word “They” to
“Schools”
b. Add a sentence at the end conveying that
TCUSD schools are the center/ heart of
this community
c. Delete the term “ease of access”
d. Delete the word “pleasing”
e. Add the word “function” to the sentence
“…design, ‘function’, and physical
appearance…”

INFO

2.02F

LONG RANGE, COST EFFECTIVE, GOOD
STEWARDSHIP
a. Delete “During this time of limited
financial resources…”. Start the sentence
with “TCUSD plans efficiently and
effectively…”
b. Delete the word “transparent” because it
implies otherwise
c. Move the following sentence to Guiding
Principle #5: “Quality school facilities
which support effective education are an
essential component of a healthy
community.”
d. In the last sentence, change the word

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
February 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #2
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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e.

“they” to “schools”; change the word
“must” to “should”.
Add the word
“build”. Sentence will read “Through
good stewardship and accountability
schools should be relevant, reflect
community values, and be economical to
develop, build, and maintain.”
Add
something
about
“phased
implementation” of projects, because of
all the needs of the schools, the reality is
that in order to complete all the project
they will have to be done in phases

INFO

2.02G

Add Guiding Principle #7 that discusses TCUSD’s
commitment. Tie in TCUSD’s Mission Statement
“commitment, passion, respect”. Surrounding
Districts including San Gabriel, Arcadia, Duarte,
Asuza, and Rosemead have already gone through
bond measures and have modernized and re-built
their schools. As a District, we do not want to be
“left behind”.

INFO

2.03

ES/ MS Site Analysis
LPA presented the Site Analysis for each of the
Elementary and Intermediate school sites, as well
as the main concerns and priorities that were
discussed at each of the Site Committee Focus
Group meetings.

INFO

2.04

ES/ MS Scopes of Work
LPA presented the proposed scopes of work for
Elementary and Intermediate school sites:
1. Chevron projects
2. Modernization
3. Learning Environments
4. Program Enhancements
5. Site Work
6. Inspirational an “Fun” Facilities
The following discussion/ comments were made by
the Committee: Chevron projects should be
considered
a. The following Chevron projects
should be placed on hold:
i.
Projects
slated
for
Oak
Intermediate and Emperor ES,
including new roofing, electrical,
and window replacement
ii.
Longden ES window replacement
project for the old Kindergarten
building
b. It was noted that the 1998 bond
scope of work was focused on the

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
February 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #2
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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elementary schools. Therefore this
next bond will also need to address
Intermediate and High School needs.
However,
Longden
ES
old
Kindergarten building is in very poor
condition and does need to be
replaced.
INFO

2.05

Example space program bubble diagrams for
Program Enhancements were presented. These
enhancements (reconfiguration or new) shall be
considered in the Improvement Plans, depending
on the need at each site.
a. Special Education Learning Center
concept will need to be evaluated by the
Principals of each school site. However,
in general it seems to be a good concept
b. Inspirational and “Fun” Facilities.
TCUSD schools should reflect the culture
and history of the District. The District
would like to develop a signage/ graphics
standard, so that it establishes an identity
and provides a cohesive look for all
Temple City schools.

INFO

2.06

Next Steps
a. The next FNAIPC meeting will be held on
th
February 15 at 3:30pm – 5:30pm in the
District Board Room.

TCUSD/ LPA

b.

The High School Site Committee Focus
Group meeting date and time is still TBD
and will need to be set up for sometime
th
th
next week (February 6 – 10 ). LPA to
follow up with High School Principal.

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint presentation with agenda; Guiding Principle mark-ups
and comments.

Submitted by:

JL

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 15, 2011
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION

Kien Tiet
Bob Ridley
Chelsea Kang-Smith
David Jaynes
Mary Saxon
Robin Penn
Patricia Moreno
Deb Maurey
Dale Shaffer
Gary McGuire
Mary Jo Fosselman
Shawn L. Thomas
Kathy Perini
Michael Lin
Lawton Gray
Jim Kisel
Jomay Liao
Andrew Tran

Board Member
Board Member
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
PTA
CSEA #105
Quality Care
TCEA
TCUSD, Director of M&O
TCUSD D.O., Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD Principal – Temple City HS
TCUSD Principal - Longden ES
TCUSD Principal - Emperor ES
TCUSD Principal – La Rosa ES
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
LPA, Project Manager
LPA, Project Coordinator

All Present (see attached signin sheet)
All other FNAIPC members:
Dave Niles
Julio Fonseca
Kate Franceschini
Lisa Brackbill
Rae Shiau
Rita Padilla
Stephen Edo
Steven Masura
Tom Chavez
William Block
Jose Pulido
Cathy Burroughs

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
3.01

STATUS
Introduction & Purpose
LPA’s Master Planning team welcomed the
Facility Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan
Committee (FNAIPC) to the third of five (5)
meetings. (See attached PowerPoint presentation
with agenda)
The goal of the meeting was to review the existing
site conditions and deficiencies for Temple City

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www.lpainc.com

MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN (FNAIP)
FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

5 1 6 1 C al i f orni a Avenu e
S ui t e 10 0
Irvine, California 92617

February 15, 2012

MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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High School and the Dr. Doug Sears Community
Learning Center and conduct a small group breakout activity for the purpose of developing a vision
for the High School Improvement Plan. The intent
of this exercise was to develop ideas and determine
the top priorities. These ideas shall be used to help
develop the themes and eventually, the
Improvement Plan.
LPA/ TCUSD

3.02

Draft Guiding Principles
LPA presented the revised Draft Guiding
Principles. The Guiding Principles will be revised
to include the comments below, and re-distributed
to the Committee by e-mail for final approval.
The following are comments made by the
committee:

INFO

3.02A

1. COMMITMENT, PASSION, RESPECT
a. Delete the word “our” and “peers”; add a
comma after “values”; add the word
“our” before the word “resolve”.
Sentence will now read “Building upon
the District core values, TCUSD is
steadfast in our resolve to be at the
forefront of education.” Re-evaluate this
first sentence to make it flow better.

INFO

3.02B

QUALITY FACILITIES TO MATCH QUALITY
PROGRAMS
a. This principle is good!

INFO

3.02C

FLEXIBLE
AND
AGILE
LEARNING
ENVIRONMENTS
a. Evaluate and re-word first sentence to
make it flow better.
b. Change the word “diversity” to
“uniqueness”

INFO

3.02D

STATE
OF
THE
ART
TECHNOLOGY
RESOURCES
a. Delete the word “superior”
b. Delete “These resources” and add the
word “that”; First sentence shall now
read as follows “In support of student
learning and staff development needs
TCUSD strives to provide technological
resources District wide that enable
children
and
adults
to
work
collaboratively toward their educational
goals.”
c. Delete “creating the model citizens of
tomorrow – today”. Because this

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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statement is already stated in the
District’s Mission Statements, it does not
need to be repeated in the Guiding
Principles.
The
District’s
Guiding
Principles vs. Mission Statements should
be able to stand alone.
INFO

3.02E

HEALTHY & SUSTAINABLE FACILITIES
a. Delete the words “offer opportunities”
and revise to “support”.
b. Add a comma after the word “facilities”;
remove the word “and”
c. There was a question in regards to what
are sustainable lifestyles. LPA responded
that this is defined as being educated and
mindful of your impact on the
environment and resources.

INFO

3.02F

INVITING,
COMMUNITY
WELCOMING
SCHOOLS
a. Delete in the title the word “Inviting”;
add a hyphen between “Community” and
“Welcoming”; Title will now read
“Community – Welcoming Schools”
b. Delete the word “sensitive”
c. Delete the word “must”
d. Delete the words “the joy of”

INFO

2.02G

COMPREHENSIVE LONG RANGE VISION
a. The first sentence sounds awkward.
Evaluate and revise structure.
b. Linguistically link all three (3) sentences
so that there is a better flow.

INFO

3.03

Dr. Doug Sears Community Learning Center
a. LPA presented the Site Analysis for the
Community Learning Center, noting the
main concerns and priorities of the site
that were discussed at the Site Committee
Focus Group meeting.
b.

LPA also presented an initial
Improvement Plan, including
Classroom and Administration
that the District has had
completed for.

proposed
the new
portables
drawings

c.

Existing
programs
and
program
enhancements were reviewed. It was
mentioned that the Film & Video as well
as the Music program are already being
taught at the school now, and would just
require some addition of furniture and

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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equipment to enhance and better support
the program.
d.

INFO

3.04

The site is interested to provide additional
programs including: Pharmacy Tech/
Applied Health, a Culinary Arts, and a
Silk Screening programs. Program costs
for each, shall be further evaluated before
a decision is made. Classroom facilities
shall be flexible enough to be able to
support any type of program.

Temple City High School
a. LPA presented the Site Analysis for
Temple City High School, noting the main
concerns and priorities of the site that
were discussed at the Site Committee
Focus Group meeting.
b. In addition, the committee commented
that the Locker Rooms are also outdated
and the large space occupied by showers is
underutilized.
c. LPA conducted a hands-on small group
activity where the committee members
provided insight on what their vision
would be for Temple City High School.
The following comments were made by each of the
four (4) small groups in regards to their vision for
Temple City High School:

INFO

3.05

GROUP 1
a. Several tennis courts were recently done.
Provide new tennis courts adjacent to
existing so all six will be together.
b. Expand drop off to the front lawn.
c. Build
new
community
oriented,
Performing Arts complex with 1,200 seat
theater and support spaces next to the
East parking lot. This is needed to support
the school’s Performing Arts program and
is a facility that the community lacks.
Potential joint use facility with the City.
d. Organize Classroom buildings in an ‘L’
shaped configuration to create a large
central Quad. Provide shade in the Quad.
e. Top Priorities:
i.
Replace
Classroom
&
Administration buildings 100,
200, and 300. Improve entry to
provide a more secure campus
with main public entry through
Administration building.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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ii.
iii.

50 meter CIF standard pool.
Potential for joint-use with the
community.
Stadium with track and field
upgrades.

INFO

3.06

GROUP 2
a. Repurpose existing Music building to
Administration,
so
that
the
Administration building can be closer to
the South parking lot and provide a clear,
defined main entry. This will allow the
campus to be more easily secured.
b. New 600 seat theater and support spaces
c. Replace existing Classroom buildings
100, 200, 300 with a new 2-story
Classroom building.
d. Provide larger lunch area for students,
South of the existing lunch/ food service
area.
e. Preserve existing “Front Lawn”; “This is
a nice space.”
f. Priorities:
i.
Replace existing Classroom and
Administration buildings 100,
200, 300
ii.
Stadium with bleachers and
locker rooms
iii.
Administration building that is
more easily accessible to the
public, with a more easily
securable campus

INFO

3.07

GROUP 3
a. New stadium and field upgrades with
Soccer overlay, to conserve space.
b. New Performing Arts center with 600
seat theater and support spaces adjacent
to East parking lot. Move Music and Art
spaces adjacent to new theater.
c. New 50 meter CIF standard pool and
aquatic center. Move lockers and gym
adjacent to pool, as well as practice gym,
so that gyms and PE facilities are
consolidated.
d. Replace
existing
Classroom
and
Administration buildings 100, 200, 300
with a new 2-story and a new 3-story
Classroom building in an ‘L’ shaped
configuration
along
Temple
City
Boulevard, creating a large central Quad.
e. Remove existing Music Building and
expand parking and drop-off.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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f.
g.

Provide additional lunch shelter South of
existing.
Priorities:
i.
Classrooms
ii.
Athletic Facilities
iii.
Green space, quad, and lunch
space

INFO

3.08

GROUP 4
a. Replace
existing
Classroom
and
Administration buildings 100, 200, 300
with new 2-story Classroom buildings
along Temple City Boulevard.
b. Build new Administration off Lemon
Avenue with visitor and staff parking,
near corner of Temple City Boulevard –
provide a new “front” for the school.
c. New Performing Arts center with 600
seat theater and support spaces adjacent
to South parking lot.
d. New practice gym adjacent to existing
gym.
e. Remove MPR, building 600 to open up
student Quad.
f. New 50 meter CIF standards pool.
g. Move tennis courts near fields.
h. Provide larger drive-throughs.
i. Relocate existing weight room to provide
space for additional tennis courts.
j. Centralize Field House to allow easy
access from all fields.
k. Softball field adjacent to track and field
with new snack bar/ concessions.
l. Priorities:
i.
Replace existing Classroom and
Administration buildings 100,
200, 300
ii.
Student Quad
iii.
Aquatics Facilities with 50 meter
CIF standard pool

INFO

3.09

Next Steps
a. The next FNAIPC meeting will be held on
th
February 29 at 3:30pm – 5:30pm in the
District Board Room. Agenda shall
include the following:
a. District-wide Scope Themes
b. ES & MS Site Master Plan

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint presentation with agenda; Guiding Principle mark-ups
and comments

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 3
February 17, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #3
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 29, 2011
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION

Kenneth Knollenberg
Kien Tiet
Chelsea Kang-Smith
Kate Franceschini
David Jaynes
Robin Penn
Patricia Moreno
Scott Alder
Dale Shaffer
Gary McGuire
Mary Jo Fosselman
Kathy Perini
Michael Lin
Lawton Gray
Jim Kisel
Andrew Tran

Board Member
Board Member
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Assistant Superintendent
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
CSEA #105
TCUSD, Quality Care
TCUSD, M&O
TCUSD, Director of M&O
TCUSD D.O., Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD Principal – Temple City HS
TCUSD Principal - Emperor ES
TCUSD Principal – La Rosa ES
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
LPA, Project Coordinator

All Present (see attached signin sheet)

All other FNAIPC members:
Dave Niles
Julio Fonseca
Lisa Brackbill
Rae Shiau
Rita Padilla
Stephen Edo
Steven Masura
Tom Chavez
William Block
Jose Pulido
Cathy Burroughs
Mary Saxon
Shawn L. Thomas
Deb Maurey

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
4.01

STATUS
Introduction & Purpose
LPA’s Master Planning team welcomed the
Facility Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan
Committee (FNAIPC) to the fourth of five (5)
meetings. (See attached PowerPoint presentation
with agenda)
a. LPA presented a summary of the four
visions that were created by the group
activity from FNAIPC Meeting #3. The
ideas that were common among the four

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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b.

c.

schemes were used to develop the themes
that will later be used for the High School
Improvement
Plan
(see
attached
presentation for additional information).
Common Themes include the following:
i.
Central Quad
ii.
Multi-Story Classrooms
iii.
Administration “Front Door”
iv.
600 Seat Theater
st
v.
21 Century Electives
LPA presented the existing elementary
school sites within the context of teaching
stations currently available. Proposed
master plan schemes were presented for
feedback that LPA will use for site
committee meetings.

LPA/ TCUSD

4.02

Elementary School Master Plan Schemes
LPA presented the existing conditions and
proposed master plan for each of the elementary
school sites. Committee members can review the
attached presentation. LPA will make revisions to
the proposed scheme based on the comments made
by committee members present.

INFO

4.03A

Cloverly Elementary School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional
information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus and
noted that there is a lack of parking
spaces and that the lawn area is a valued
space used by the school for weekly
lunches.
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for
Cloverly Elementary School, stating the
following:
i.
There is potential to expand the
drop-off at Broadway for
approximately sixteen parking
spaces and thirty-three at
Cloverly Ave. A few spaces will
be lost at Broadway parking lot
to protect existing trees.
ii.
The existing Administration is
currently inefficient and will be
reconfigured into a Staff Lounge
with a new Administration and
Health addition.
iii.
Providing a new Lunch Shelter
would alleviate the MPR from
being used as a cafeteria and
allow multiple functions to occur.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
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FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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iv.

v.

There is a heavy need for the
Science/Art program.
A new
building will be constructed next
to the existing two-story building.
The existing playfield is large
enough for a full-size soccer field
with
flexibility
for
other
functions.

INFO

4.03B

Cloverly Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. Q: Can the Science and Art building be
two stories to accommodate a computer
lab on the first and the Science/Art on the
second?
A: LPA will study the budgeting for the
two-story building, but it is not necessary
since the school does not have an increase
in enrollment.
b. Q: What does the Learning Court entail?
A: Learning Courts are intended for
potential outdoor instruction and student
gathering by providing site elements such
as seating, tables and shade.
c. C: The proposed master plan shows a lot
of parking that decreases the amount of
green space. There is a need for green
space.
A: LPA suggested that sixth grade
classrooms can be moved to a new twostory building that would allow the Fifth
grade to move to where the Sixth. A
larger quad can be provided by
demolishing the two classroom building
currently occupied by Fifth grade.

INFO

4.04A

Emperor Elementary School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional
information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus and
noted that the Multi-Purpose Room is
used predominantly for lunch since there
is a lack of outdoor seating and lunch
shelter. There is also a lack of parking
spaces.
The existing Kindergarten
classrooms are undersized.
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for
Emperor Elementary School, stating the
following:
i.
There is potential to expand the
drop-off at N Muscatel Avenue

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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ii.

iii.

iv.

INFO

4.04B

and provide eight parking spaces
and expand the parking lot at
Lemon Avenue for a total of
sixty-five spaces.
Removing the center finger
building (refer to attached
proposed master plan) to
accommodate a new lunch shelter
would increase lunch seating and
allow the existing café to operate
as a true multi-purpose room.
The northern finger building has
three undersized Kindergarten
classrooms
that
can
be
reconfigured to two appropriately
sized classrooms. The west end
of the building will include
modernizations for restrooms,
RSP and new construction of a
Literacy Lab.
LPA will show the Science/Art
program to the South of the
RSP.

Emperor Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. The addition of classrooms to the existing
two-story building would reduce the
amount of valuable green space and
eliminate a significant school ceremony
space.
b. Do not expand parking lot at Lemon
Avenue. The street is not ideal for a
traffic exit and is used for street parking.
c. C: The school would love additional
spaces for students to congregate.
d. C: Lunch shelters with west orientation
are not fully functional when it rains.
A: This can be solved by adding
mechanisms such as walls.
e. C: The current Quality Care can be
demolished and relocated due to
inefficiency.
A: LPA will show a transitional
Kindergarten by the administration and
one to two Quality Care rooms where
Science/Art is shown.
f. C: The location of the lunch shelter is a
potential issue due to its exposure to the
street.
A: The lunch shelter at this location can
be celebrated by the use of systems such
as Calwal.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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g.

C: There is a need for flexible space for
programs such as Band and Orchestra.
The current Band program uses a
classroom for instruction, which takes a
lot of time for the instructor to configure
the room for use.

INFO

4.05A

La Rosa Elementary School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional
information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus and
noted that the Kindergarten classrooms
are undersized. The campus also lacks
efficient parking and drop-off at the
Southwest corner of the campus and that
exiting into a residential cul-de-sac
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for
La Rosa Elementary School, stating the
following:
i.
The Southwest parking lot and
drop-off can be expanded to
include two rows of parking with
a separation for the drop-off
zone. The parking lot will also
link La Rosa Drive with Pentland
Street, allowing for through
circulation and avoiding exiting
into the cul-de-sac.
ii.
There is an opportunity to
provide a covered area at the
drop-off in front of the
administration. LPA will discuss
the appearance of this.
iii.
The Speech, Psychology, RSP
and ELD programs at the twostory building will have doors
that allow the programs to
operate as an LRC.
iv.
Current Kindergarten classrooms
are undersized.
There is an
opportunity to reconfigure the
building east of the MPR and the
building at the Southeast corner
into
larger
Kindergarten
classrooms.

INFO

4.05B

La Rosa Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. C: The current enrollment at La Rosa
Elementary School is 582.
b. C: It is more ideal to move the two
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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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c.
INFO

4.06A

quad to the south of the main circulation
at the East and West end. The Quality
Care program can be located where the
Kindergarten classrooms are shown.
C: Provide shade shelter at the playfields
and for second and third grade drop-off.

Longden Elementary School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional
information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus and
noted that the campus is divided into two
zones at the east and west side. There is
also an issue with the organization of
grade levels.
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for
Longden Elementary School, stating the
following:
i.
The first floor of the current LRC
and Administration building can
be reconfigured to house all of
the Kindergarten classrooms.
ii.
The
current
Kindergarten
building will be demolished for
new First grade classrooms with
a Learning Court shared by
grades one to three.
These
classrooms will have their own
playfields at the Southeast
corner.
iii.
The campus will be connected by
a new Administration, Lounge
and Library building with a twostory lobby that connects to the
second floor of the adjacent
classroom
building
with
modernized Fourth through Sixth
grade classrooms.
These
classrooms will be separated
from the Kindergarten below with
direct vertical circulation to the
Learning Court below.
The
location of the administration
provides increased security for
the campus.
iv.
The existing Food Service and
Auditorium will be modernized
with a foyer and a 3,600s.f.
Lunch Shelter with additional
outdoor space provided by a new
Main Quad.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 4
March 2, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #4
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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INFO

4.06B

Longden Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. C: There is a potential need for a
Transitional Kindergarten and PreSchool.
b. The current Lunch Shelter is not
sufficient.

INFO

3.09

Next Steps
a. The next FNAIPC meeting will be held on
st
March 21 at 3:30pm – 5:30pm in the
District Board Room. Agenda shall
include the following:
a. District-wide Scope Themes
b. Intermediate and High School
Site Master Plans

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint presentation with agenda;

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

March 31, 2012
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION

Kenneth Knollenberg
Kien Tiet
Chelsea Kang-Smith
Kate Franceschini
David Jaynes
Robin Penn
Patricia Moreno
Scott Alder
Dale Shaffer
Gary McGuire
Mary Jo Fosselman
Kathy Perini
Michael Lin
Lawton Gray
Jim Kisel
Andrew Tran

Board Member
Board Member
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Assistant Superintendent
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
CSEA #105
TCUSD, Quality Care
TCUSD, M&O
TCUSD, Director of M&O
TCUSD D.O., Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD Principal – Temple City HS
TCUSD Principal - Emperor ES
TCUSD Principal – La Rosa ES
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
LPA, Project Coordinator

All Present (see attached signin sheet)

All other FNAIPC members:
Dave Niles
Julio Fonseca
Lisa Brackbill
Rae Shiau
Rita Padilla
Stephen Edo
Steven Masura
Tom Chavez
William Block
Jose Pulido
Cathy Burroughs
Mary Saxon
Shawn L. Thomas
Deb Maurey

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
5.01

STATUS

Introduction & Purpose
LPA’s Master Planning team welcomed the Facility Needs
Assessment & Improvement Plan Committee (FNAIPC) to the
fifth of five (5) meetings. (See attached PowerPoint presentation
with agenda)
a. LPA presented the proposed Master Plan schemes with
space program diagrams for Cloverly ES, La Rosa ES
and Longden ES. The schemes incorporated comments
made by the Site Committee of each school that LPA
met with prior to the FNAIPC Meeting #5.

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FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING #5
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 5
July 27, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #5
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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b.

LPA also presented the proposed Master Plan schemes
for Oak Avenue Intermediate School and Temple City
High School.
Feedback from these schemes will be
incorporated when LPA meets with each Site Committee
th
on March 27 .

LPA/
TCUSD

5.02

Comments by the Site Committee
LPA presented the revised master plan for each of the
elementary school sites. Committee members can review the
attached presentation. LPA will make revisions to the proposed
scheme based on the comments made by committee members
present.

INFO

5.03A

Cloverly Elementary School:
Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional information)
a. LPA presented the master plan with revisions from the
Site Committee Meeting for Cloverly Elementary
School, stating the following:
i.
The drop-off at Broadway will be extended with
parking as shown.
ii.
Bike racks and fire access will be provided at
the drops-off, north of the hard courts.
iii.
Covered walkways will be provided between the
LRC and the fifth grade classroom, as well as
between the new Science/Art building and fifth
grade.
iv.
The parking lot at Cloverly Ave. will have
keycard access to allow access to only
designated staff.
v.
Fencing will be provided at the North and West
parking lots to create a secure campus.
vi.
The new sixth grade classroom building will be
connected with the existing adjacent two-story
classroom building at the balcony level.

INFO

5.03B

Cloverly Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. Q: What is being done to the front entry to make the
campus more inviting?
A: LPA stated that the main entry to the campus is from
Cloverly Ave. during school hours. The lobby is located
at thie corner of the Administration building and can be
glazed to provide transparency. The entry on the East
side of the building is a secondary entry.
b. C: Traffic congestion can be prevented by restricting left
turns into and out of the drop-off.

INFO

5.04A

La Rosa Elementary School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional information)
a. LPA presented the initial master plan for La Rosa

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July 27, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
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FNAIPC MEETING #5
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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Elementary School, stating the following:
i.
The school lacks shade and assembly space.
Shade canopies will be provided at the learning
courts as well as at Pentland Street for second
and third grade drop off. A stage and shad
copies will be provided at the playfield in
conjunction with a new Lunch Shelter for
assemblies.
ii.
The two classroom buildings at the center of the
campus will have first grade facing each other
for use of the Learning Court as a break out
space.
iii.
Existing Administration building will be
reconfigured for two Kindergarten classrooms.
Administration will move to the existing
Kindergarten and First grade classroom
building at Alessandro Ave. The building will
be reconfigured to accommodate
the
Administration building.
iv.
Site improvements will be made in front of
Administration building including: relocating
existing transformer, a new canopy and an
access ramp and stairs.
INFO

5.04B

La Rosa Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. C: Shift hard courts and play apparatus south to create
a green edge along Pentland St.
b. C: Indicate fencing to create a closed campus.

INFO

5.05A

Longden Elementary School:
Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional information)
i.
LPA presented the initial master plan for
Longden Elementary School, stating the
following:
ii.
The existing Kindergarten and Quality Care
building will be demolished for a new First
grade classroom building and Main Quad. A
new Lunch Shelter will be provided south of the
MPR with a stage for flexible use.
iii.
Kindergarten will be located in the first floor of
the existing LRC and Administration. The
existing first floor will be reconfigured for six
Kindergarten classrooms, a Literacy Lab and
Science/Art classroom.
iv.
The campus will be connected by a new
Administration, Lounge and Library building
with a two-story lobby that connects to the
second floor of the adjacent classroom building
with modernized Fourth through Sixth grade
classrooms. These classrooms will be separated
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July 27, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
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v.

vertical circulation to the Learning Court
below. The location of the administration
provides increased security for the campus.
The existing Food Service and Auditorium will
be modernized with a foyer and a 3,600s.f.
Lunch Shelter with additional outdoor space
provided by a new Main Quad.

INFO

5.05B

Longden Elementary School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. C: Even though grades 4-6 are on the second floor, there
is concern for the Kindergarten located below.
A: Kindergarten classrooms can be located on the south
side of the first floor to create further separation.
b. C: Indicate bike racks. There is a potential need for
additional bike racks.
c. C: The location of classrooms in the reconfigured
building is a concern due to its distance from the MPR.
This can be problematic during inclement weather.
A: Covered walkways can be provided to protect
students from sun and rain.
d. C: There is concern for rain and sun at the lunch
shelter.
A: The lunch shelter can be protected by providing walls
and enclosures.
e. There is a potential need for additional bike racks.

INFO

5.06A

Oak Ave Intermediate School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus and noted that the
campus is has a linear organization spanning East to
West. LPA also stated the elongated parking lot is
problematic for entering and exiting.
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for Oak Avenue
Intermediate School, stating the following:
i.
Program requirements specify (12) core
classrooms per grade level. These include (3)
English, (3) History, (3) Math, (3) Science
Labs.
ii.
Electives include (1) 2D/3D Art, (2) Music, (1)
Computer, (1) Health.
iii.
Master Plan solution proposes a new 2-story
th
classroom building for the 7 grade core
spaces; Special Education program (4) SDC
rooms, (1) MDD room, (1) VI room; new Band
and Choral rooms for the Music program; and
an MPR to support the performing arts
program.
iv.
Existing Music spaces will be converted to (3)
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7 grade Science Labs.
v.
Construction of a new 2D/3D Art Lab and
conversion of the existing space to a Staff

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 5
July 27, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #5
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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Lounge adjacent to the campus Administration.
Modernization of the existing gymnasium
building.
vii.
Other proposed improvements include expansion
of the lunch shelter, a new parking/drop-off
area, security fencing, and improvement of the
campus main quad.
Oak Avenue Intermediate School:
Questions and Comments by FNAIPC
a. Existing gym modernization of the Girls Locker room
needs reconfiguration to use the space more effectively
to meet program needs.
b. Study food service vehicle drop-off and service to the
kitchen. Strive to minimize impact to the vehicular turn
around on the PE hard courts.
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c. Perimeter security fencing at 1 floor of 8 grade core
building needs more study along the driveway between
front and rear parking areas. Goal is to maximize
student safety and minimize institutional appearance.
d. New vehicular drop-off area at front of school should not
have parking to ease traffic flow.
vi.

INFO

5.06B

INFO

5.07A

Temple City High School:
Existing & Proposed Master Plan
(Refer to attached presentation for additional information)
a. LPA summarized the existing campus program and
physical conditions.
b. LPA presented the initial master plan for Temple City
High School, stating the following:
i.
Program requirements specify (75) teaching
stations.
These include (42) Standard
Classrooms, (10) Science Labs, (5) Visual and
Performing Arts spaces, (7) Specialized
Electives, (9) RSP and Special Education
rooms, (1) ASB, and (1) Flex Room.
ii.
Proposal includes demolition of the 100, 200
and 300 buildings and replacement with a new
2-story classroom building. Total classrooms
constructed also includes replacement of the (8)
portable units into the permanent construction.
iii.
The proposed Master Plan also includes a new
Performing Arts center, Practice Gym, and
improvement/expansion of the electives labs to
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better reflect the needs of 21 Century
Learning.
iv.
Modernization of current classroom, electives,
and physical education buildings.
v.
Conversion of existing Music building into
Administration and Staff support as a new
campus “front door”.
vi.
Site improvements proposed include enhanced
parking and drop-off to improve student safety,
a new Aquatic Center, Stadium/Track & Field

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 5
July 27, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #5
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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improvements, playfields refurbishment, lunch
shelter rehabilitation and expansion, and
development of a campus quad for small and
large group activities.
INFO

5.07B

INFO

5.08A

Temple City High School:
Questions and Comments by the FNAIPC
a. Committee liked the relocated Administration adjacent
to the main campus entry point. Enhances student
safety by providing a check-in point for all visitors to the
campus.
b. The 2-story classroom building should be in an ‘L’ as
opposed to a ‘T’ configuration to minimize hidden areas
of the campus to enhance supervision and safety.
c. Include Student Activities offices and ASB classroom
within the existing Library building adjacent to the
central quad and campus “front door”
d. The girls locker room needs reconfiguration to better
meet the needs of the PE program and provide team
rooms for girls athletics.
e. Locate the proposed Field House for the Stadium and
playfields so that it can service all fields athletic
programs and have access to parking.
f. Address the curb appeal of the entire campus from
Temple City Blvd., and Lemon Ave.
g. An electronic marque sign and campus signage is
required.
Next Steps
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a. The next FNAIPC meeting will be held on April 9 at
3:30pm – 5:30pm in the District Board Room. Agenda
shall include the following:
i. Presentation of final proposed school site
master plan diagrams.
ii. Prioritization of proposed scopes of work by the
FNAIP committee through a participatory
voting process by the group.

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint presentation with agenda;

Submitted by:

AT (3/31) / JRK (7/27 Revision)

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

April 9, 2012
3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Temple City USD District Office – Board Room

This report of the meeting’s events, if not corrected within seven days of transmittal, shall be acknowledged
as accurate and deemed as if accepted in writing by the addressee(s).

PRESENT

DISTRIBUTION

Bob Ridley
Kien Tiet
Chelsea Kang-Smith
Kate Franceschini
David Jaynes
Robin Penn
Scott Alder
Dale Shaffer
Gary McGuire
Mary Jo Fosselman
Kathy Perini
Michael Lin
Lawton Gray
Kevin Herington
Terry Sholty
Chris Sewell
William Block
Stephen Edo
Mary Saxon
Carl Blum
Jim Kisel
Debbie Murray

Board Member
Board Member
TCUSD, Superintendent
TCUSD, Assistant Superintendent
TCUSD, Chief Business Official
CSEA #105
TCUSD, M&O
TCUSD, Director of M&O
TCUSD D.O., Curriculum Coordinator
TCUSD Principal – Temple City HS
TCUSD Principal - Emperor ES
TCUSD Principal – La Rosa ES
TCUSD, Principal – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
Asst. Principal – Temple City HS
Asst. Principal – Temple City HS
Asst. Principal – Temple City HS
Technology Director\
TCUSD Principal – Cloverly ES & Doug
Sears Learning Center
PTA Parent
Temple City – City Council Member
LPA, Principal, Director of School
Planning
Cumming Corp.

All Present (see attached signin sheet)

All other FNAIPC members:
Kenneth Knollenberg
Patricia Moreno
Dave Niles
Julio Fonseca
Lisa Brackbill
Rae Shiau
Rita Padilla
Steven Masura
Tom Chavez
Jose Pulido
Cathy Burroughs
Shawn L. Thomas
Deb Maurey

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

ITEM NO.
6.01

STATUS
Introduction & Purpose
LPA presented a recap of the FNAIP process to
date. Meeting groups and number of meetings
with each group.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 6
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN (FNAIP)
FNAIP COMMITTEE MEETING #6
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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April 23, 2012

MEETING MINUTES NO. 6
July 5, 2012
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT – FACILITIES NEEDS ASSESSMENT &
IMPROVEMENT PLAN COMMITTEE (FNAIPC)
FNAIPC MEETING #6
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10
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INFO

6.02

17 Master Plan Categories of Work
LPA presented the 17 scope of work categories for
the proposed improvements at the various school
sites. These groups are as follows:
1. Modernization
2. Existing Spaces Program Reconfiguration
3. New Construction – Kindergarten
4. New Construction – Classrooms
5. New Construction – Electives
6. New Construction – PA/Theater
7. New Construction – Physical Education
8. New Construction – Admin./Support/Libr.
9. New Construction – Multi-Purpose
10. New Construction – Food Svc/Lunch Shtlr
11. New Construction – Shade Structures
12. New Quads/Learning Courts
13. Improve Safety/Security
14. Upgrade Play Apparatus
15. Playfields/Hardcourts
16. Stadium Track & Field
17. Technology

INFO

6.03

Project Cost Summary
LPA reviewed the total projected cost for the
proposed FNAIP improvements.
Costs are
inclusive of hard construction costs and project
soft costs. Numbers presented are representative
of costs in 2012 dollars without escalation.

INFO

6.04

FNAIPC – Scope of Work Prioritization Voting
The FNAIP committee spent 30 minutes to vote
on the highest priority items for the 7 district
school sites. Each committee participant was
given 20 dots and 5 stars with which to vote.
Stars are equal to 3 dots in the vote totals. Please
see the attached Excel Spreadsheet for the results
of the prioritization voting process totaled by
school site and scopes of work proposed:

INFO

6.05

Next Steps
Community Poll & Survey Questionnaire
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Board Presentation – May 9 (FNAIP Needs)
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Board Presentation – June 6 (Agenda TBD)
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Board Presentation – July 18 (Agenda TBD)

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; PowerPoint Presentation, Prioritization Voting Spreadsheet, and
Voting Ballot Photos;

Submitted by:

JK

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