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Section 4.0
Cloverly ES MP

CLOVERLY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MASTER PLAN | SECTION 4.0

4.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Section
4.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Cloverly is a school where parents, grandparents, and community
members are provided numerous opportunities to be informed,
involved, and empowered in the education process. The School
Site Council consists of parents and staff who provide direction
for the ongoing planning, implementation, and evaluation of
the total school program. Parents are also requested to serve
on a variety of school-wide committees. The Cloverly PTA
provides invaluable volunteer and financial assistance for school
programs and activities. Cloverly’s superb PTA coordinates
round-up activities in August, staff luncheons, book fairs, family
picnics, Red Ribbon Week, snack attacks, charity drives, father/
son and mother/daughter nights, Generations’ Day, holiday gift
shop, talent show, and end-of-the-year activities. The Temple
City Kiwanis recognizes Sixth Grade Students of the Month.

MISSION
STATEMENT
Cloverly
School,
in
partnership with families
and the community, will
maximize the potential
of all students through
collaborative, creative
learning linked to authentic
real-life applications.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Cloverly Elementary School, the companion school to La
Rosa Elementary School, serves students enrolled in grades
four through six. The vision of Cloverly Elementary School is:
Working together for individual excellence and positive selfesteem: Creativity -- Knowledge -- Responsibility. A major
factor of Cloverly’s success is the outstanding partnership
that exists with its community. Cloverly is a 2004-2005 and
2005-2006 Title I Academic Achievement Award recipient
and received a 2006 Academy Award from the Los Angeles
County of Education for its Support Personnel Accountability
Report Card for student guidance and support services. In
2005-2006, Cloverly’s Odyssey of the Mind Division Two
Team (The Great Parade) received a third place award and
division Two (Tech Transfer) received a second place award.

Cloverly Elementary
Master Plan

C L O V E R LY E L E M E N TA R Y S C H O O L

4.02 | project goals /prioritized costs
PRIORITIZED FNAIP SCOPES OF WORK
The following scope/cost analysis multiplies the Total Program
Cost Summary for each project scope by a multiplication factor
based upon the impact to the site master plan prioritization
process by the FNAIP committee to arrive at the recommended
cost/budget for each scope of work proposed. Each number
represents the Total Program Cost for that scope of work
inclusive of both construction and 25% program soft costs.
1. Modernize Existing Buildings

(All Existing Buildings to Remain)

$4,050,000 x 1.15 =
$4,657,500
2. Reconfiguration of Administration to Staff Lounge

$267,000 x 1.0 =
$ 267,000
4. New Construction Classrooms

(Science & Art Program Space Only)

$1,962,000 x 0.5 =
$ 981,000
8. New Construction Administration

(Expansion of Existing Administration)

$984,000 x 1.0 =
$ 984,000
10. Repair & Upgrade of Lunch Shelter

$668,000 x 0.5 =
$ 334,000
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)
$399,000 x 0.5 = $ 199,500

Construction Cost:

$5,567,250

Total Project Cost:

$7,423,000

458 4th-6th Students

Play Apparatus

4 RSP

4

*MPR

Admin.

FS

BT

4 GT

4

4

VI

5

5

5

5 S.E. GT

5

5th

4

6th

4

SE

3

RSP

1

Visually Impaired

1

Open CR

1

TOTAL

19 TS

LEGEND

Playfields
4/5/6 BT

4th

Hard
Courts

*

Main Entry
Secondary Entry

Cloverly Elementary
Master Plan

4.03 | existing campus plan

Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation

LRC

6 Q.C.

Existing Bldg./ Portable

Staff
Lounge
S.E.

S.E. 6

Playfields
Hardcourts
Play Apparatus
Parking

Section
4.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

25
Stalls

6

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

6 Open

T
T

4.04 | proposed site master plan

CLASSROOMS

Admin./
Health

Trash

FS

Fence

Control
Gate

+33

LS

4

4

4

Staff Parking
Play Apparatus

Bike
Rack

VI

Learning
Court

MPR

Control
Gate
Electrical
Enclosure

4 RSP

4

*

Marquee

+25

Visitor Parking

Lounge

Fence

Fire
Access

5

6th

5

SE

3

RSP

1

VI

1

TOTAL

20 TS

*
Soccer Field

Glass Wall @
Comp. Lab

No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

`

Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure

6 6

Connecting
Balcony

Second Floor

v

Vehicular Circulation
Pedestrian Circulation

QC 6

6 6

Main Entry
Drop-Off

Hard
Learning
Courts
Court
BT
SE GT
SE SE
Quad
Learning
Court
Science/Art
5 5
T 5
5
Stor.
T
5
Student
Garden

Covered
Patio

5

5th

LEGEND

BT
GT

LRC

4th

New Construction
Canopy/Shade Shelter
Covered Walkway
Fence Line

CLASSROOMS

Marquee
Trash

MPR
FS

Control
Gate
Fence
Electrical
Enclosure

Control
Gate

4 RSP

4

+33

Bike
Rack

VI

Learning
Court

Play Apparatus

4

5

SE

3

RSP

1

VI

1

TOTAL

20 TS

LEGEND

BT

*

4 GT

QC 6

LRC
Covered
Patio

5

6th

Fire
Access

4
Soccer Field
Hard
Learning
Courts
Court
BT
SE GT
SE SE
5 5
Learning
Court
Science/Art
65 65
T 5
Stor.
T
5 5
Student
Garden

LS

5

5th

6 6

Glass Wall @
Comp. Lab

6 6

Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Playfields

Hardcourts
Site Improvements
Modernize
Reconfigure
Connecting
Balcony

Second Floor

v

Main Entry

New Construction

Section
4.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Admin./
Health

*

+25

Visitor Parking

Lounge

Staff Parking

4th

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Existing building
to remain

Fence

Cloverly Elementary
Master Plan

4.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

4.06 | PROGRAMS
CLOVERLY ES MASTER PLAN PROGRAM
Temple City Unified School District
Space Allocation Summary
Page
Number:

Space:

Type: Area:

Number:

Total
Area:

TS

PROGRAM ELEMENTS - RECONFIGURATION
Faculty/Staff Support
1 Staff Workroom/Lounge SP
2 Kitchenette/Vending
SP
3 Staff Toilets
SP

600
150
195

1
1
2

Department by Type
ANC/NTS
Sp

Teaching

Ancillary

Station

Non-Teaching

600
150
390
0
0

LOBBY

*

1,140

1,140
x1.053
1,200

Cloverly ES Total Gross SF Reconfiguration:

1,200

WORK/
MAIN COPY
ROOM

NURSE

EXISTING ADMINISTRATION
TO BE RECONFIGURED

VOLUNTEER
WORKROOM

SPEECH/PSYCH.
OFFICE

HEALTH
OFFICE

TOILET

Security
Point
KITCHENETTE

ADMIN. PRINCIPAL
LARGE
CONFERENCE ASST.
ROOM

MAIN ENTRY

0

Total Assignable Staff Support SF:
5% Circulation/Support (x1.053):
Total Gross Staff Support SF:

NEW ADMINISTRATION
ADDITION

RECEPTIONIST

Support

STAFF
WORKROOM/
LOUNGE
STAFF
TOILET

EXISTING
CLASSROOM
BUILDING TO BE
MODERNIZED

STAFF
TOILET

Security
Point
EXISTING MPR
TO BE MODERNIZED

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4.07 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
Cloverly Elementary School
Opinion of Probable Cost

3 Apr 12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) Cloverly Elementary School
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Classrooms
MPR/Food Service
Toilets/Restrooms
Covered Walkways/Lunch Shelters
NOTE: Does not include Lighting,
Window Replacement, Controls, or
Termite Repair
Site Utilities:
Demolition / remove utilities
Wet utility upgrades / replacement
Electrical utility upgrades 5 power
Electrical utility upgrades 5 low voltage

2 Reconfiguration
Administration

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

Subtotal

13,600
4,700
1,350
3,750

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

96.80
140.00
166.40
36.00

222,000
222,000
222,000
222,000

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
1.30
1.00
0.80

$
$
$
$

22,000
289,000
222,000
178,000

1,200

sf

$

167.20

$

201,000

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

3,045,000

$

4,050,000

$

201,000

$

267,000

$ 1,316,000
$
658,000
$
225,000
$
135,000

$

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

4 NC Classrooms
New Classroom Building (25story)
Sitework & Site Improvements

$
4,512
4,512

sf
sf

$
$

287.00
40.00

Total Project

Total

$

1,475,000

$

5 NC Electives Labs
Included in 4 NC Classrooms

$

$

6 NC PA/Theater
Not anticipated

$

$

7 NC Physical Education
Not anticipated

$

$

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
New Admin/Staff Support/Library Building
Sitework & Site Improvements

Prepared by: LPA, Inc. / Cumming

$
2,426
2,426

sf
sf

$
$

265.00
40.00

1,962,000

$ 1,295,000
$
180,000

$
$

643,000
97,000

740,000

$

984,000

$

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
Lunch Shelter
Trash Enclosure

$
3,600
1

sf
ea

$
127.00
$ 45,000.00

$
$

$

1,800
7,800
14,175

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop5Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
New Parking Lot
6,500
Covered Walkway
1,300
New Drop5off Area/Staff Parking
20,250
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
520
Marquee Sign
1
Repair existing Parking Lot
6,500

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
New Play Pad Surface & Relocate Play
Apparatus

15 Playfields/Hardcourts
Playfield & Hardcourt Improvements:
Resurface & Repair Hardcourts
Repair Playfields

502,000

7,600

22,750
66,500

sf
sf
sf

sf
sf
sf
lf
ea
sf

sf

sf
sf

$
$
$

15.00
25.00
15.00

$
11.00
$
127.00
$
13.00
$
178.00
$ 10,000.00
$
6.00

$

$
$

25.00

5.00
5.00

$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$

$

$
$

$

435,000

$

579,000

$

642,000

$

854,000

$

190,000

$

253,000

$

447,000

$

595,000

27,000
195,000
213,000

72,000
165,000
263,000
93,000
10,000
39,000

190,000

114,000
333,000

$

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

300,000

$

7,977,000

Total Construction/Project Cost (2012$)
The following items are excluded from this budget:
Utility hook5up fees & City connection fees.
Offsite work and traffic signals.
Land acquisition costs.
Hazardous material surveys, abatement, and disposal.
Escalation (Costs are in 2012$)

Prepared by: LPA, Inc. / Cumming

ea

$ 15,000.00

$

668,000

$

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

20

$

457,000
45,000

11 NC Shade Structures
Not anticipated

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
Demolish Existing Buildings
New Quads
New Learning Courts

$

$

$

399,000

300,000

$10,611,000

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

January 27, 2012

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

Stephen Edo, Principal
th
Sherry Boyd, Teacher – 6 Grade
Dale Calvillo, Head Custodian
th
Krista Carlson, Teacher - 6 Grade
th
Sally Stokes, Teacher – 6 Grade
Lynn Tenney, Teacher
Pat Wenzel, Teacher
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Cloverly ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION

ITEM NO.
1.01

STATUS
Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of the meeting was to have a dialogue
about the vision, needs (immediate and future), and
goals for the future of Cloverly ES. LPA explained
that the District is producing a Facilities Needs
Assessment and Improvement Plan (FNAIP). It
was explained that LPA will meet with each
school’s Site Committee in this coming week.
Discussion items that result from these meetings
will be used to develop proposed Improvement
Plans. A follow up meeting will be set up with each
Site Committee to review the proposed plans.
LPA described the Planning process and explained
the way in which an FNAIP becomes a road map
for the next 10-20 years. As a result, it is
important to create a document that centers on
flexibility and sensitivity to District educational
goals.

1.02

Site Committee Comments
The following comments were made by the Site
Committee:

949 |261 1001
949 |260 1190
lpa@lpainc.com
www.lpainc.com

January 27, 2012
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Cloverly ES – Conference Space

P
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DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:

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

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.03

Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 Classroom of the Future:
o Integrated technology/ technology
ready
o Built with infrastructure and enough
bandwidth to support technology
o Grows with technology as it becomes
available
o A good model is Arcadia
o “Paperless” Classroom
o 4 : 1 wireless technology
 Smartboards: It was mentioned that Arcadia
District is moving away from specifying
Smartboards in Classrooms and towards ipad
and iTV technology connected through wireless
to a projector that projects onto the
whiteboard. It was also commented that the
bandwidth to support all the additional loads
for the future need to be planned for.
 Art labs need sinks
 Desire for more built in storage space for
Science materials and equipment.
 A separate, dedicated Science and Art Lab
Classroom is desired. This space can
potentially be rented out to the local Chinese
School as well. Science curriculum is currently
taught in the standard Classroom.
o There are 5 Classrooms at each grade
th
th
level. (4 - 6 Grades)
th
o 6 Grade does lab work and has
science 4 days a week.

1.04

Administration
 Because there is a lack of space and its long
narrow configuration, the current
Administration appears to be a “hallway”
 The administration building needs to be
expanded and updated.
 Need for separate student and parent waiting
areas.
 Need for a Conference Room inside the
Administration building. Currently using the
Multi-Purpose Room lobby as a conference
room
 Speech and ELD offices at the Library/ Media
Center should be larger to accommodate small
group staff and student meetings
 Current building lacks central air. Air
conditioning through window units.
 The Staff Lounge is located in a standard
Classroom. Would like it to be part of the
Administration building.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.05

Multi-Purpose Room/ Cafetorium
 Need upgrades to stage, lighting, and sound
system
 Desire for air conditioning

1.06

Building Systems:
 Desire for air conditioning in the Cafeteria.

1.07

Outdoor Spaces
 Desire for outdoor learning areas to conduct
science activities, literature circles, group
activities.
 Create usable outdoor spaces by installing park
grade furnishings (work tables and chairs) and
shade/ rain shelters.
 Desire for Outdoor Amphitheater with cover/
shade that can be used for all school assemblies
as well as student dining. (Current enrollment
is 458). Currently there is only a small,
covered outdoor lunch area.
 Playfields are used for baseball and soccer.
There is also after school use of playfields by
AYSO.
 Drainage issues at the North side of all
Classroom buildings and flooding in planter
areas need to be addressed. Gutter and drain
systems need to be replaced
 “Outdoor areas look drab.” Design with
functional landscaping to make the site more
aesthetically pleasing

1.08

Site
 Current site perimeter fencing is chainlink. The
site would like more durable and aesthetically
pleasing fencing and gates. Provide secure but
easily operable gates.
 Current site configuration allows for good
supervision from all angles with a “park” like
environment.
 Upgrade playfields and irrigation
 Resurface hardcourts
 Need PE Storage space so that storage bins
can be eliminated

1.09

Parking and Drop Off
 Lack of parking. Possibility to expand parking
somewhere along Broadway. May be able to
take up some playfield space, however further
evaluation is required to determine whether
there is adequate space for a full size soccer
field and space for parking.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.10

School Culture
 “Lunch on the Lawn” – once a month, parents
come on campus to eat lunch with their
students on the front lawn area (corner of
Broadway and Cloverly)

1.11

School Facilities (General)
 The District standard paint colors need to be
updated. Some teachers have mentioned that
the school looks “drab” due to the colors.
Make the school look exciting and inviting.

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; Note boards; Site Committee Invitation Letter

Submitted by:

JL

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

March 19, 2012

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

Stephen Edo, Principal
th
Sherry Boyd, Teacher – 6 Grade
Dale Calvillo, Head Custodian
th
Krista Carlson, Teacher - 6 Grade
th
Sally Stokes, Teacher – 6 Grade
Lynn Tenney, Teacher
Pat Wenzel, Teacher
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Cloverly ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION

ITEM NO.

STATUS

2.01

Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of the meeting was to have a follow up
meeting with the Site Committee to review the
Master Plan scheme and space program for
proposed new construction and modernization. LPA
explained that feedback from the meeting will be
taken into consideration for the revised schemes.

2.02

Site Committee Comments
The following comments were made by the Site
Committee:

2.03

Campus Security & Site Improvements:
 Provide card control gates at staff parking
lot. No public access.
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 Add a short covered walk from 6 grade
classroom building to connect with LRC.
 Construct cover at LRC patio adjacent to
parking lot. Use for art projects.
 Add bike rack by hard courts.

2.04

Existing Program & Program Requirements
 Provide a glass wall enclosure at LRC
computer lab to help with acoustic issues.

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March 19, 2012
2:15 pm – 4:00 pm
Cloverly ES – Conference Space

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #2 – CLOVERLY ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10





Submitted by:

July 10, 2012

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New 6 grade Science/Art room is desired to be
built with permanent construction not a
modular building.
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Connect 2 floor balconies together at 6 grade
classrooms.
Use administration Flex Office for
Speech/Psychologist office and enlarge ELD
room at LRC.

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EMPEROR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MASTER PLAN | SECTION 5.0
Section 5.0
Emperor ES MP

5.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The School Site Coordinating Council, consisting of community
and staff members, is involved in the planning, development,
implementation, evaluation, and modification of the Single Plan
for Student Achievement. The Council also serves as liaison
with the school community through newsletters and needs
assessment surveys and encourages parent input into the entire
school program. Members of the Council may also participate
on one of the shared decision-making teams that are in place at
the school. Parental involvement is expected and appreciated.
Parents are asked to volunteer at least one hour per week either
at the school or by completing school support tasks at home.

MISSION
STATEMENT
A school where it is just as
important to be honorable
as it is to be on the honor roll.

Section
5.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Emperor maintains a learning environment that is learner
centered and focused on the needs of a diversified school and
community population. A partnership exists among students,
parents, staff, and community to develop students into
responsible members of society. Parents and other volunteers
are offered a variety of opportunities to become involved at
Emperor Elementary School. Community involvement in the
school’s volunteer program is encouraged and coordinated by
the school’s part-time Community Liaison. Volunteer assistance
may be performed on site or at home. In addition, parent/family
conferences with student involvement, orientation programs,
special evening events, and Open House also support the
school program. There is an active Parent Teacher Association
assisting the school with fund raising activities, school-to-home
communications, and various other programs for parents and
students.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Emperor Elementary School serves students enrolled in
kindergarten through sixth grades. Emperor Elementary School
is a 2010 California Distinguished School, a California Business
for Excellence Education Honor Roll School, 2005-2006 Title
I Academic Achievement Award and Character Education
Partnership National School of Character Award recipient.

Emperor Elementary
Master Plan

E M P E R O R E L E M E N TA R Y S C H O O L

5.02 | project goals /prioritized costs
PRIORITIZED FNAIP SCOPES OF WORK
The following scope/cost analysis multiplies the Total Program
Cost Summary for each project scope by a multiplication factor
based upon the impact to the site master plan prioritization
process by the FNAIP committee to arrive at the recommended
cost/budget for each scope of work proposed. Each number
represents the Total Program Cost for that scope of work
inclusive of both construction and 25% program soft costs.
1. Modernize Existing Buildings

(All Existing Buildings to Remain)

$2,772,000 x 1.33 =
2. Reconfigure (3) Classrooms to (2) Kindergarten

$956,000 x 0.66 =
4. New Construction Classrooms

(Science/Art & Two Classrooms Only)

$3,342,000 x 0.5 =
10. New Lunch Shelter

$608,000 x 0.5 =
11. New Shade Structures at Learning Court

$146,000 x 1.0 =
12. New Quad & Learning Court

$673,000 x 0.5 =
13. Improve Safety & Security at Entry Court

$610,000 x 0.25 =
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)

$539,000 x 0.5 =

$3,686,760
$ 630,960
$1,671,000
$ 304,000
$ 146,000
$ 336,500
$ 152,000
$ 269,500

Construction Cost:

$5,397,915

Total Project Cost:

$7,197,220

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Admin.

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Playfields
Hardcourts
Play Apparatus
Parking

Section
5.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Hardcourts

Kinder. QC
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TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Emperor Elementary
Master Plan

5.03 | existing campus plan

5.04 | proposed site master plan

CLASSROOMS

Student
Garden

Future
Transitional
Kindergarten

Play
Apparatus
Kinder.
Play

Hardcourts

Lit.
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Sci./Art

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Learning
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3
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Admin.

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2

6
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K

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RSP

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Entry Plaza

3
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2

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Promethian Lab

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Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

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Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure
New Construction

4
5

*

K

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Second Floor

Covered Walkway
Fence Line

Play
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Kinder.
Play

Hardcourts

Lit.
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Sci./Art

+28

3
3
QC

3
4

Learning
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2
3

LRC

2
3
2
3

Speech/
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2

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K

Admin.

6

Comp.
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6
5
5
6 6

2

2

1

1

FS
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Volunteer
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2
3

6
Control
Gate

K

Promethian
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Covered Walk

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RSP

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Fence

Entry Plaza

3
4
4

4
5

MPR

2

1st -3rd (4 ea.)
4th -6th (3 ea.)
RSP
SE
Lit. Lab
Promethian Lab

12
9
1
1
1
1

Total

27 TS

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Main Entry
Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

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Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure
New Construction

4
5
5

*

K

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Second Floor

Section
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Fence Line

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Student
Garden

Future
Transitional
Kindergarten

CLASSROOMS

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Existing Building to remain

Lunch Shelter

Emperor Elementary
Master Plan

5.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

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Emperor Elementary School
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) - Emperor Elementary School
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Kindergarten
Classrooms
MPR/Food Service
Administration
Toilets/Restrooms
Covered Walkways/Lunch Shelters
NOTE: Does not include Lighting,
Window Replacement, Controls, or
Termite Repair
Site Utilities:
Demolition / remove utilities
Wet utility upgrades / replacement
Electrical utility upgrades - power
Electrical utility upgrades - low voltage

2 Reconfiguration
Administration
Kindergarten

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

Subtotal

1,350
900
5,725
1,400
750
2,625

sf
sf
sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$
$
$

106.40
96.80
140.00
93.60
166.40
36.00

$
$
$
$
$
$

144,000
87,000
802,000
131,000
125,000
95,000

218,600
218,600
218,600
218,600

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
1.30
1.00
0.80

$
$
$
$

22,000
284,000
219,000
175,000

1,250
2,700

sf
sf

$
$

167.20
189.05

$
$

209,000
510,000

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

4 NC Classrooms
New Classroom Building (2-story)
Sitework & Site Improvements

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

2,084,000

$

2,772,000

$

719,000

$

956,000

$

$
7,685
7,685

sf
sf

$
$

287.00
40.00

Total Project

Total

-

2,513,000

$

$

-

3,342,000

$ 2,206,000
$
307,000

5 NC Electives Labs
Included in 4 NC Classrooms

$

-

$

-

6 NC PA/Theater
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

7 NC Physical Education
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
Lunch Shelter

11 NC Shade Structures
New Tensile Shade Structure

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
Demolish Existing Buildings
New Quads
New Learning Courts
NOTE: Learning Court Partially Complete

$

3,600

sf

$

127.00

$

457,000

750

sf

$

146.00

$

110,000

4,500
15,600
6,400

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

15.00
25.00
7.50

$
$
$

68,000
390,000
48,000

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
Covered Walkway
2,850
Perimeter Fencing
345
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
50
Marquee Sign
1
Repair existing Parking Lot
9,000

sf
lf
lf
ea
sf

$
127.00
$
70.00
$
178.00
$ 10,000.00
$
6.00

$
$
$
$
$

362,000
24,000
9,000
10,000
54,000

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
New Play Pad Surface

11,200

sf

$

23.00

$

258,000

15 Playfields/Hardcourts
Resurface & Repair Hardcourts
Repair Playfields

22,800
32,400

sf
sf

$
$

5.00
5.00

$
$

114,000
162,000

-

457,000

$

608,000

$

110,000

$

146,000

$

506,000

$

673,000

$

459,000

$

610,000

$

258,000

$

343,000

$

276,000

$

367,000

$

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

405,000

$

7,787,000

Total Construction/Project Cost (2012$)
The following items are excluded from this budget:
Utility hook-up fees & City connection fees.
Offsite work and traffic signals.
Land acquisition costs.
Hazardous material surveys, abatement, and disposal.
Escalation (Costs are in 2012$)

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$ 15,000.00

$

-

$

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

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$

-

$

$

-

539,000

405,000

$10,356,000

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

January 25, 2012

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

Kathy Perini, Principal
Stephanie Alvitre, Teacher
Myra Ruedel, Teacher
Josette Schwartz, Teacher
Paul Luevano, Head Custodian
Tessi Ridley, Community/ Media Center
Lisa Whitman, Community
Jerry Williamson, Community
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Emperor ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION

ITEM NO.
1.01

STATUS
Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of the meeting was to have a dialogue
about the vision, needs (immediate and future), and
goals for the future of Emperor ES. LPA explained
that the District is producing a Facilities Needs
Assessment and Improvement Plan (FNAIP). It
was explained that LPA will meet with each
school’s Site Committee in this coming week.
Discussion items that result from these meetings
will be used to develop proposed Improvement
Plans. A follow up meeting will be set up with each
Site Committee to review the proposed plans.
LPA described the Planning process and explained
the way in which an FNAIP becomes a road map
for the next 10-20 years. As a result, it is
important to create a document that centers on
flexibility and sensitivity to District educational
goals.

1.02

Site Committee Comments
The following comments were made by the Site
Committee:

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January 25, 2012
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Emperor ES – Staff Lounge

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Irvine, California 92617

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.03

Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 Plan for growth of student sizes as well as
class sizes. Provide adequate sized Classrooms
to accommodate.
 Outdoor learning spaces adjacent to the
Classroom, which can be used for break out
activities could alleviate some of the space
constraints inside the Classrooms. Provide
shelter (shade/ rain) by utilizing trees and
shade structures.
 Old Classrooms (8 total) need to be
modernized. Lack of appropriate storage
casework.
 Kindergarten Classrooms are undersized.
 Desire for more storage space for Classroom
materials, technology and equipment, and
maintenance equipment.
 Classroom should be designed for flexibility
with the ability to be used for all grade levels.
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Moveable walls would be useful. Consider a 5
th
and 6 Grade Classroom cluster surrounding a
shared commons area.
 Technology – Infrastructure needs to be
upgrade. It would be nice to have access to
cable TV or the ability to stream online news
and current events in all the Classrooms. The
current network infrastructure cannot support
this load.
 Enrichment Programs:
o Lack specialized rooms for these
programs.
o Band/ Orchestra – currently held in the
Cafeteria
 Beginning/ Advanced Band
(30 students)
 Beginning/ Advanced
Orchestra (50 students)
o Choral (80 students), once a week –
currently held in the Cafeteria
o Art/ Science – taught after school in
typical Classrooms. Need storage
space for Science kits and teaching
materials
o Character Club – needs a meeting
space
 The site would like a meeting space that can
accommodate one grade level (approximately
120 students per grade)

1.04

Administrative Spaces
 Desire for a staff PLC meeting/ conference
space.

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TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.04

Building Systems:
 New phones were installed on the wall that
cannot be moved. This is inconvenient and
inflexible. Technology, equipment, and
electrical/ data outlets need to be flexible. For
example, outlets should be installed at multiple
locations around the Classroom and at various
heights.
 Currently there are 4 fixed, student computer
stations per Classroom
 It was mentioned that the fluorescent lighting
(at the new Classroom building) is causing eye
strain. Need for further research on alternative
options for lighting, such as incandescent, full
spectrum lighting etc., fixtures (direct/
indirect), and placement of fixtures. Also, it
was mentioned that there is lack of lighting at
the soffit alcove adjacent to the windows and at
night time that area tends to get too dark to
use.
 Need a new IT cabinet. It is currently located
in a storage small room with the phone system.
The space is too tight and difficult to access for
repairs.
 Door hardware at the new Classroom wing do
not allow for a quick lockdown of the
classroom in the case of an emergency

1.05

Outdoor Spaces
 The courtyard area in front of the new 2-story
Classroom building is used for all school
assemblies. It would be nice to have a stage
that can be utilized for presentations and
performances.
 Landscaping creates a more aesthetically
pleasing atmosphere. Desire for more
landscaping that is durable, less maintenance,
and consumes less water. Consider use of
xeriscape.
 The hardcourts/ blacktop are in poor condition
and have too many patches. It needs to be
replaced.
 Desire for a covered outdoor area that can be
used for lunch/ assemblies.
 Need a space that can be utilized during rainy
days.
 Desire for outdoor learning courtyards.
 Drainage issues at gutters off buildings and
covered walkways need to be addressed. This
scope was part of the previous Master Plan.

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

February 7, 2012

1.06

School Facilities (General)
 Shortfalls to completed projects need to be
addressed.
 “We need to see school buildings as
communities, not just structures”
 Because of its use by children and many users,
school buildings wear down much faster. The
“human factor” needs to be addressed. We
need to keep in mind the quality and
maintainability of materials.
 Make the school look “fun” and personalized
to the community. Create an inviting place with
school identity.
 Provide aesthetically pleasing perimeter
fencing.
 1998 Master Plan scope that was not
previously addressed need to be re-evaluated
and addressed. (See attached list provided by
Emperor ES, Principal)

1.07

General Master Planning Process Comments
 “The 2006 (finalized in 2008) Master Plan
was too high school centered. Why should the
Elementary Schools and the Middle School
community support that? Master Plan needs to
be meaningful to the entire local community.
There needs to be something done at each site
that the community can see.”
 “The Master Plan process needs to be an open/
transparent process. For example, the last
bond measure plans allotted $26M to the High
School with scope that was “to be
determined”. The community wants to see the
project list up front.”

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Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; Note boards; Site Committee Invitation Letter; 1998 Master Plan
project list

Submitted by:

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Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

March 22, 2012

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

Kathy Perini, Principal
Kevin Slattery, Teacher
Diane Chang Ho, Teacher
Stephanie Alvitre, Teacher
Myra Ruedel, Teacher
Jerry Williamson, Community
Dennis McNulty, Parent
Alcena Hoague, Parent
Leanne Frontuto, Teacher
Aimee Reid, Teacher
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Emperor ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION

TCUSD

ITEM NO.

STATUS

2.01

Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of the meeting was to have a follow up
meeting with the Site Committee to review the
Master Plan scheme and space program for
proposed new construction and modernization. LPA
explained that feedback from the meeting will be
taken into consideration for the revised schemes.

2.02

Comments by the Site Committee
The following are comments made by the Site
Committee based on LPA’s proposed Master Plan:

2.03

Campus Security & Site Improvements:
a) The parking lot off of Lemon Ave. should
not expand north to retain green space.
Provide an automatic gate at this parking
lot.
b) Leave the East drop-off as existing.
c) Provide a Lunch Shelter bridging between
the North and South finger buildings.
d) Create a defined Quad with shade at the
perimeter. Provide trees, lunch tables and
benches throughout. Quad can be flexible.

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March 22, 2012
3:15pm – 4:30 pm
Emperor ES – Staff Lounge

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TIME:
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Irvine, California 92617

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #2 – EMPEROR ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

2.04

Submitted by:

July 5, 2012

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Existing Program & Program Requirements
a) Open classroom is currently used for the
Promethian Lab
b) Science/Art room could be used for Music
program. Include a Kiln room for Art
program.
c) The campus needs additional custodial
storage.
d) The Lit Lab needs to be 960sf.
e) Relocate Science/Art room to East side of
the two-story building and provide a Third
and Fourth grade classroom above.
f) Second grade classrooms at the LRC
should be used as a Lit Lab and
Promethian Lab. Relocate Second grade
to South side of two-story classroom.
g) There is a need for two Quality Care
rooms.
h) The Site Committee expressed desire for
Photovoltaic panels on the buildings.

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Section 6.0
La Rosa ES MP

LA ROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MASTER PLAN | SECTION 6.0

6.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Section
6.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

La Rosa Student Code
We at La Rosa School will be Responsible, Respectful, Honest,
Safe, Prepared and will Persevere. By acting this way, we are
capable, caring and contributing members of our community.

MISSION
STATEMENT
La Rosa Elementary School
will provide our children
maximum opportunity to
achieve academic success,
promote acceptance of
self and others, and inspire
our children to become
caring and contributing
members of a global society.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

La Rosa Elementary School, the companion school to Cloverly
Elementary School, serves approximately 550 students in
kindergarten through third grade. La Rosa received the 2010
Governor’s Challenge Award for student physical activity and
fitness, the coveted California Distinguished School Award in
2010, and the Title I Academic Achievement Award in 2011.
Students are successful in the lifelong learning process, which is
sequential and active. It involves academic, social, and physical
development in a safe environment with equal opportunities for
all students. Each individual will develop a sense of responsibility,
self-assessment, and self-worth. Our purpose is to prepare
students to be successful in a changing and culturally diverse
society. The La Rosa Elementary School family includes a strong,
dedicated, and active PTA and School Site Council. Parents, senior
citizens, high school students from the Dr. Doug Sears Learning
Center and Temple City High School, and other community
volunteers give many hours of service to our school.

La Rosa Elementary
Master Plan

L A R O S A E L E M E N TA R Y S C H O O L

6.02 | project goals /prioritized costs
PRIORITIZED FNAIP SCOPES OF WORK
The following scope/cost analysis multiplies the Total Program
Cost Summary for each project scope by a multiplication factor
based upon the impact to the site master plan prioritization
process by the FNAIP committee to arrive at the recommended
cost/budget for each scope of work proposed. Each number
represents the Total Program Cost for that scope of work
inclusive of both construction and 25% program soft costs.
1. Modernize Existing Buildings

(All Existing Buildings to Remain)

$4,007,000 x 1.0 =
$4,007,000
2. Reconfigure Administration Building

$2,446,000 x 0.5 =
$1,223,000
3. New Construction of (2) Kindergarten Classrooms

$1,404,000 x 1.0 =
$1,404,000
10. New Lunch Shelter

$668,000 x 1.0 =
$ 668,000
11. New Shade Structures at Learning Court

$438,000 x 0.33 =
$ 144,540
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)
$599,000 x 0.5 = $ 299,500

Construction Cost:

$5,809,530

Total Project Cost:

$7,746,040

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County SE
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TOTAL

3
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Play
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Main Entry
Secondary Entry
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MPR FS

Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
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Hardcourts
Play Apparatus
Parking

OPEN
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Lib.

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1 K
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K 1
Speech/
Psych.
K 1

3

Section
6.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

K

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

COMP
LAB

581 K – 3rd Students

La Rosa Elementary
Master Plan

6.03 | existing campus plan

6.04 | proposed site master plan

CLASSROOMS
K-3rd (6 Ea.)

24

ELD

1

RSP

1

SDC
Pre-School
County SE
TOTAL

2
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Sd

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Student
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Learning
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Hardcourts

Lib.

Playfields

Main Entry
Vehicular Circulation

16
Stalls

Pedestrian Circulation

LS

No Scope
Hardcourts

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Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure
New Construction
Canopy/Shade Shelter
Covered Walkway
Fence Line

51
Stalls

MPR

*

OT/
FS Conf.

K

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2

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K

K

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3
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ELD
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SDC
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Drop-Off

Playfields

Comp. Lab

Speech

LEGEND

*

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Admin.
Equip.
Storage

Transformer
Enclosure
Canopy
Marquee
Sign

K Play
Apparatus

24

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1

RSP

1

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Pre-School
County SE
TOTAL

2
1
1
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Sd

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Student
Garden
2 2

Learning
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Hardcourts

Vehicular Circulation

2 2 2

Quality Care

Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation

LS

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Hardcourts

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Reconfigure
New Construction
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OT/

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*

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Administration
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K

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K

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K

K

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Psych.

Lib.

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Main Entry

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Comp. Lab

Speech

LEGEND

*

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Admin.
Equip.
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Kindergarten
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Marquee
Sign

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Apparatus

Section
6.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

K-3rd (6 Ea.)

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

CLASSROOMS

La Rosa Elementary
Master Plan

6.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

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Master Plan

KINDERGARTEN

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

WORK/STORAGE B.T. G.T.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

B.T. G.T.

Section
6.0

6.07 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
La Rosa Elementary School
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) - La Rosa Elementary School
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Kindergarten
Classrooms
MPR/Food Service
Covered Walkways/Lunch Shelters
NOTE: Does not include Lighting or
Controls
Site Utilities:
Demolition / remove utilities
Wet utility upgrades / replacement
Electrical utility upgrades - power
Electrical utility upgrades - low voltage

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

Subtotal

3,600
7,650
5,840
5,400

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

113.05
102.85
148.75
36.00

$
$
$
$

407,000
787,000
869,000
194,000

236,000
236,000
236,000
236,000

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
1.30
1.00
0.80

$
$
$
$

24,000
307,000
236,000
189,000

2 Reconfiguration
Standard Classroom
Administration
Kindergarten

2,700
3,600
3,600

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

181.00
176.00
199.00

$
$
$

489,000
634,000
716,000

3 NC Kindergarten
New Kindergarten Building
Kindergarten Sitework & Site Imprvmts

3,173
3,173

sf
sf

$
$

280.00
53.00

$
$

888,000
168,000

Total Project

Total

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

3,013,000

$

4,007,000

$

1,839,000

$

2,446,000

$

1,056,000

$

1,404,000

4 NC Classrooms
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

5 NC Electives Labs
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

6 NC PA/Theater
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

7 NC Physical Education
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

$

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
Lunch Shelter
Trash Enclosure

3,600
1

sf
ea

$
127.00
$ 45,000.00

$
$

457,000
45,000

11 NC Shade Structures
New Tensile Shade Structure

2,250

sf

$

$

329,000

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
Landscape Improvements:
New Quads
New Learning Courts

7,000
2,400

sf
sf

$
$

146.00

25.00
15.00

$
$

sf
sf
lf
lf
lf
ea
sf

$
127.00
$
23.00
$
70.00
$
178.00
$
764.00
$ 10,000.00
$
6.00

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

305,000
31,000
28,000
125,000
46,000
10,000
185,000

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
New Play Pad Surface

sf

$

$

200,000

15 Playfields/Hardcourts
Playfield & Hardcourt Improvements:
Resurface & Repair Hardcourts
Repair Playfields

27,100
38,500

sf
sf

$
$

23.00

5.00
5.00

$
$

502,000

$

668,000

$

329,000

$

438,000

$

211,000

$

281,000

$

730,000

$

971,000

$

200,000

$

266,000

$

329,000

$

438,000

136,000
193,000

$

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

450,000

$

8,659,000

Total Construction/Project Cost (2012$)
The following items are excluded from this budget:
Utility hook-up fees & City connection fees.
Offsite work and traffic signals.
Land acquisition costs.
Hazardous material surveys, abatement, and disposal.
Escalation (Costs are in 2012$)

ea

$ 15,000.00

$

-

$

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

30

$

175,000
36,000

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
Covered Walkway
2,400
Entry Plaza
1,350
Perimeter Fencing
400
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
700
Access Ramp inc Rails & Retaining
60
Marquee Sign
1
Repair existing Parking Lot
30,875

8,700

-

-

$

$

-

599,000

450,000

$11,518,000

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Landscape Architecture
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January 27, 2012

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

Michael Lin, Principal
Stephanie Killackey, PAC President
Ross Madnick, Parent
Dee Moreno, Instructional Resource Specialist
Sylvia Mok, Clerk
Ellen Mongaihan, Teacher
Pattie Slider, Teacher
Jeanne St. Pierre, Health Assistant
Emily Williams, Parent
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

All Present
All Site Committee Members – La Rosa ES
st
Pattie Komai, Teacher – 1 Grade
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION

ITEM NO.
1.01

STATUS
Introduction and Purpose
The purpose of the meeting was to have a dialogue
about the vision, needs (immediate and future), and
goals for the future of La Rosa ES. LPA explained
that the District is producing a Facilities Needs
Assessment and Improvement Plan (FNAIP). It
was explained that LPA will meet with each
school’s Site Committee in this coming week.
Discussion items that result from these meetings
will be used to develop proposed Improvement
Plans. A follow up meeting will be set up with each
Site Committee to review the proposed plans.
LPA described the Planning process and explained
the way in which an FNAIP becomes a road map
for the next 10-20 years. As a result, it is
important to create a document that centers on
flexibility and sensitivity to District educational
goals.

1.02

Site Committee Comments
The following comments were made by the Site
Committee:

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January 31, 2012
2:45 pm – 4:00 pm
La Rosa ES – Staff Lounge

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DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:

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

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – LA ROSA ES (K-3 School)
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – LA ROSA ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

1.03

February 7, 2012

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Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 Provide adequate sized Classrooms to
accommodate large class sizes of today. It was
mentioned that the Classrooms at the new
building are smaller in size than the older
Classrooms.
 Instructional activities include small group
work. Design flexible classroom spaces that
allow for multiple activities including sitting on
the floor.
 Design with moveable walls so that spaces can
be easily reconfigured into large/ small spaces.
 Classrooms arranged around a shared
commons and/ or with the ability to open up to
outdoor learning space would be helpful to
alleviate crowding in the classrooms. RTI
classes could definitely use the shared
commons.
 Science and Art are currently integrated into
the curriculum. Desire for dedicated space for
Science and Art so that materials and
equipment would not have to be stored in the
main Classroom. There are 3 unused
Classrooms with sinks that can be used for this.
This would alleviate some of the congestion in
the general education Classrooms.
 Music classes are held in the Cafetorium. It
needs a sound system and better acoustics
 “ Teachers need more time to teach more
electives!”
 Consider building 2-story facilities to maximize
use of space, as long as it meets code
requirements that allow lower grade levels to
utilize the upstairs Classrooms.
 Kindergarten classrooms lack dedicated
restrooms
 Special Education
o RSP – Room 26 (standard Classroom)
o ELD – Room 30 (standard Classroom)
o Speech – Room 25 (1/2 Classroom)
o Need for a Math RTI Room and a
Reading RTI Room (standard
Classroom with moveable partition)
o Moderate/ Severe
 2 Pre-School
 1 Grades K-1
 1 Grades 2-3
 1 County class
 Classrooms lack appropriate
support facilities (e.g.
Restrooms). Only the 1 preschool class has dedicated

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restrooms
Technology –
o Desire for wireless access throughout
the site. There is an understanding
that computers and devices will
continue to evolve in the next 5-10
years. In general, the ipad/ mobile
device technology will be relevant in
the next 10 years and we need to have
the infrastructure to be able to support
this. It was commented that “Projects
started need to be completed.”
o Provide equal opportunity for
everyone:
 Access to technology for
students and parents
 Provide training for use of
technology
 Open Library/ Media center
for after school hours use

1.04

Administration
 The current Administration building presents a
poor school image. The facility needs to be
modernized and reorganized. Current layout
lacks flow. Asbestos floor tile needs to be
removed. Need ADA upgrades.
 Entry needs to be relocated towards the street
create a lobby or ‘buffer’ between the ‘public’
vs. ‘private’ (administrative offices) where
visitors have one point of entry and need to be
granted access to the rest of the site. Current
entry inside the main gate, at the side of the
building prevents the site from being secure.
 Need for a meeting space/ conference room.
IEP meetings are now conducted in the
Principal’s office.

1.05

Multi-Purpose Room/ Cafetorium
 Size is too small. Would like to be able to
accommodate an all school assembly (580
students + 80 Staff members).
 Space should be designed for multi-use
 Desire for air conditioning

1.06

Building Systems:
 Need for infrastructure upgrades, including the
following:
o Electrical
o Clocks
o PA/ Communication
o Bells
o Technology and wireless capabilities

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1.07

Outdoor Spaces
 Desire for a covered outdoor area that can be
used for student dining and assemblies.
 Need for more shade/ rain shelters at student
gathering areas
 Would like a multi-purpose space (indoor or
covered outdoor area) that can be used for
rainy day play
 Student garden that can be used for Science
activities
 Drainage issues mainly at gutters off buildings
and covered walkways need to be addressed.
Water coming off the gutters are damaging the
paving and creating uneven paths

1.08

Site
 In attempt to alleviate some of the traffic
congestion and chaos, there are currently
multiple entry/ exit points to the site. This
creates inefficiency since it requires multiple
teachers provide supervision. Prefer to have
only one point of entry.
 One idea mentioned was to create a drop off
with the existing entry off La Rosa Drive that
takes you through the campus and exits at
Pentland Street. Provide separate Staff
parking entry with exit at Kenerly Street. Play
structure can be relocated.
 Provide covered waiting area at drop-off into
main entry. Covered drop-off could provide a
good wayfinding tool into the main campus
entry.

1.09

Parking and Drop Off
 Lack of parking.
 Drop-off currently on all 4 sides of the school,
is chaotic and unsafe with many areas of
pedestrian vs. vehicular conflicts.
 Need for a yield with crosswalk at Alessandro.
Traffic is bad during drop-off/ pick up. It was
mentioned that the parents have tried to
request the City for more crosswalks but have
not been successful.

1.10

School Culture
 Start a District-wide, student run recycling
program. Provide appropriate bins at all sites.
Make the school a model for sustainable
practices.

1.11

Additional Teacher Comments (submitted by

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email)
st
 Email from Pattie Komai, 1 Grade Teacher:
o Construct a lunch shelter placed close
to the southwest corner of the field.
This would give the students a nice
place to enjoy a picnic like lunch in
good weather. It would also offer
shelter from the sun during recess on
hot, sunny days.
o I would like to have control over the
thermostat in my classroom. A preset
four degrees variation of someone
else’s comfort zone does not meet my
needs or the needs of my students.
o Replace the sunshades on the
overhangs on the original buildings.
These will provide adequate rain
protection and keep the sun from
shining through the upper windows
into the faces of students and teachers.
 Email from Teacher:
o Redesign and reconstruct all of the
roofs for the old buildings (the roofs
are currently inverted in shape)
o Replace wood chips in playgrounds
with cushioned rubber.
 Email from Teacher:
o Rebuild the cafeteria/ auditorium into
a “multi-purpose” building with A/C
into a gymnasium – cafeteria –
auditorium (for the ground floor) and
nd
office or classrooms (for the 2 floor).
This would allow a place where
students could participate for recess
and/or P.E. indoors on hot or rainy
days.
o If student-teacher ratio continues to
be more than 20:1 we need larger
classrooms.
o Allowing the “teacher” to adjust the
thermostat in his/ her classroom, )not
just a range or few degrees), for the
comfort of the student’s learning.
o Replacing and/or re-directing rain
gutters so they drain in appropriate
areas on campus (i.e. not in the
hallways).
o Replacing the overhangs from the
eaves which provided shade and
protection from the rain.
o Lunch shelter.
o More cabinet, storage, and bookshelf
spaces for classrooms.
o More trees which shade areas for the
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playground and campus.
Re-surfacing the entire blacktop on
campus with careful planning placed
upon drainage of water.

Top Priorities
The following were seen as the top priorities for La
Rosa ES:
1. Safety and Security:
o Improving drop off
o Administrative office and main entry
reconfiguration
2. Multi-purpose Space:
o Covered shelter with solar panels that
can be used for student dining, student
gathering, and all school assemblies.

Attachments:

Sign-in sheet; Note boards; Site Committee Invitation Letter

Submitted by:

JL

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