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Section 7.0
Longden ES MP

LONGDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MASTER PLAN | SECTION 7.0

7.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

MISSION
STATEMENT
To provide students the
knowledge, skills, and
attitude to help them become
responsible, productive, and
positive contributors to our
community.

Section
7. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

The Mission of Longden Elementary is to provide students the
knowledge, skills, and attitude to help them become responsible,
productive, and positive contributors to our community. Students
will be taught to communicate and problem solve effectively
through critical thinking and appropriate teaching strategies and
techniques. Students will be taught skills which will enable them
to function successfully in, and contribute to, an ever increasing
technological society. We the staff at Longden School will create
a supportive non-threatening environment where students will
be encouraged to achieve goals, objectives, and dreams.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Longden is a K-6 school located in Temple City, California. We
are the largest Elementary School in Temple City Unified School
District, representing close to 1,000 students. As well as being
honored as a California Distinguished School, Longden has been
recognized for its quality programs with the Title 1 Academic
Achievement Award. Once again, in 2006-2007, Longden
received the SPARC Diamond Best in the West Award. The
SPARC (Support Personnel Report Card) recognizes schools with
outstanding programs from our support personnel.

Longden Elementary
Master Plan

L O N G D E N E L E M E N TA R Y S C H O O L

7.02 | 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 Building but the MPR Recently Improved)

$3,808,000 x 0.85 =
$3,236,800
2. Reconfiguration

(Ground Floor of 2-Story Building Only)

$3,342,000 x 0.85 =
$2,840,700
4. New Construction Classrooms

(Six 1st Grade Rooms Modular Construction)

$2,696,000 x 0.75 =
$2,022,000
8. New Administration/Staff Support/Library Building

$3,816,000 x 1.0 =
$3,816,000
10. Renovate & Expand Lunch Shelter

$1,103,000 x 0.5 =
$ 551,500
11. New Shade Structures at Lower Primary Play Area

$291,000 x 0.5 =
$ 145,500
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)

$858,000 x 0.5 =
$ 429,000

Construction Cost:

$9,781,125

Total Project Cost:

$13,041,500

3
5
6
5
4
4
6
2
2
1
1
1
3
43TS

Playfields

LEGEND

*

CR

RSP

Memoli
(2-Story)
Hall
FS
(1920)

(Grades 3-6)

Playfields

Hardcourts

(Grades 3-6)

(Grades 3-6)

Aud.

Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off

Kinder.

Play
Apparatus

Pedestrian Circulation
Existing Bldg./ Portable

Playfields
Hardcourts
Play Apparatus
Parking

41
Stalls

6
6 6

CR

(2-Story)

*

Admin.
LRC

QC

Lunch
Shelter

Main Entry
Secondary Entry

21
Stalls

Kinder.
Play

Hardcourts
(Grade 1-2)

49
Stalls

CR

Playfields
Play (Grade 1-2)
Apparatus

Section
7. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

K
1
2
3
4
5
6
ELD
RSP
SDC
County SE
Lit. Lab
Open
TOTAL

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

993 K – 6th Students

Longden Elementary
Master Plan

7.03 | existing campus plan

7.04 | proposed site master plan

Second Floor

CLASSROOMS
K-3rd

(6 Ea.)

4th-6th (4 Ea.)

12

ELD

2

RSP

2

SDC
Lit. Lab
County SE
TOTAL

1
1
1
43TS

Sd

3
3 3 3
3
ELD
RSP
Psych. Speech

24

*

Vehicular Circulation

No Scope

(E)
Baseball

Hardcourts

`

Site Improvements
Modernize

Minor Modernization

+42

Reconfigure

Transitional K
Pre-School

K Play
Yard

K

New Construction

RSP S.E.

Canopy/Shade Shelter
Covered Walkway

K Play
Apparatus

ELD

Student
Garden

Covered
Walk

49
Stalls

County S.E.

*
6
6

6
6

2
2
2
2

2 2 3

Learning
Court

T

Main
Quad

1
1
1
1
1
1

1-3 Hard Courts

Admin./
Lounge/
Library

Lit. Sci./Art
QC
K

K
Entry
Plaza

FS

Lunch
Shelter

4-6 Hard Courts

Learning
Court

Playfields

Fence Line

T
Expansion

Learning
Court

4-6 Play
Apparatus

Pedestrian Circulation

T

MPR

(E)
Softball

Main Entry
Drop-Off

Foyer

Soccer Field

LEGEND

21
Stalls

Storage

Relocated
Quality Care

4
5 4
4 4
5 5

5

Second Floor

1-3 Play
Apparatus
1-3 Playfield
Marquee
Sign

Second Floor

24

4th-6th (4 Ea.)

12

ELD

2

RSP

2

SDC
Lit. Lab
County SE
TOTAL

1
1
1
43TS

Sd

3
3 3 3
3
ELD
RSP
Psych. Speech

*

Vehicular Circulation

(E)
Baseball

Learning
Court

4-6 Play
Apparatus

Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Hardcourts

Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization

+42

Reconfigure

Transitional K
Pre-School

K Play
Yard

K

New Construction

RSP S.E.

Canopy/Shade Shelter
Covered Walkway

K Play
Apparatus

ELD

Student
Garden

Covered
Walk

49
Stalls

County S.E.

*
6
6

6
6

2
2
2
2

2 2 3

Learning
Court

T

Main
Quad

1
1
1
1
1
1

1-3 Hard Courts

Admin./
Lounge/
Library

Lit. Sci./Art
QC
K

K
Entry
Plaza

FS

Lunch
Shelter

4-6 Hard Courts

Learning
Court

Playfields

Fence Line

MPR

(E)
Softball

Main Entry
Drop-Off

Foyer
T
T
Expansion

Soccer Field

LEGEND

21
Stalls

Storage

Relocated
Quality Care

4
5 4
4 4
5 5

1-3 Play
Apparatus
1-3 Playfield
Marquee
Sign

5

Second Floor

Section
7. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

K-3rd (6 Ea.)

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

CLASSROOMS

Longden Elementary
Master Plan

7.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

7.06 | PROGRAMS
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KINDERGARTEN

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Section
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ENTRY

Security
Point

STAFF
WORKROOM/
LOUNGE

ADMIN.
ASSISTANT

STAFF
TOILET
VOLUNTEER HEALTH
WORKROOM OFFICE

LOBBY
4-6 SPEECH
OFFICE

*

CONTROL

ENTRY

KITCHENETTE

SURPLUS WORK/
TEXTBOOK
PROCESSING
NURSE TOILET
STORAGE

TECH.
TECH.
SMALL
COUNS. CONTROL WORK/
CONF.
OFFICE ROOM/MDF STORAG
ROOM(IEP)
E ROOM

INNOVATION
LAB

Section
7. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

BRIDGE

RECEPT.

STORY
TELLING

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

ELEV.

READING
ROOM

STAFF
TOILET

PRINCIPAL

ASSISTANT
PRINCIPAL

LIBRARY
STACKS

WORK/ MAIN
COPY ROOM

LARGE
CONFERENCE
ROOM

Longden Elementary
Master Plan

*

7.07 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
Longden Elementary School
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

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

1 Modernization
Building:
Classrooms
MPR/Food Service
NOTE: Does not include Lighting,
Controls, or Boiler/Chiller
Site Utilities:
Demolition / remove utilities
Wet utility upgrades / replacement
Electrical utility upgrades - power
Electrical utility upgrades - low voltage

2 Reconfiguration
Standard Classroom
Multipurpose/Cafeteria
Kindergarten

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

14,325
4,886

sf
sf

$
$

96.80
140.00

480,400
480,400
480,400
480,400

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
0.65
0.50
0.40

2,843
1,150
8,530

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

181.00
262.00
199.00

Subtotal

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

2,863,000

$

3,808,000

$

2,513,000

$

3,342,000

$ 1,387,000
$
684,000

$
$
$
$

48,000
312,000
240,000
192,000

$
515,000
$
301,000
$ 1,697,000

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

4 NC Classrooms
Relocate Portable Classrooms
New Classroom Building - Grades 1-2 (1story)
Sitework & Site Improvements

$

$
2
6,768
6,768

ea

$ 15,000.00

$

sf
sf

$
$

$ 1,726,000
$
271,000

255.00
40.00

Total Project

Total

-

2,027,000

$

$

-

2,696,000

30,000

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

$
9,406
9,406

sf
sf

$
$

265.00
40.00

$ 2,493,000
$
376,000

2,869,000

$

3,816,000

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

$

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
Lunch Shelter
Storage Shed

5,400
900

sf
sf

$
$

127.00
159.00

$
$

686,000
143,000

11 NC Shade Structures
New Tensile Shade Structure

1,500

sf

$

146.00

$

219,000

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
New Quads
New Learning Courts

8,800
8,400

sf
sf

$
$

25.00
15.00

$
$

220,000
126,000

sf
sf
sf
sf
lf
lf
ea
ea

$
11.00
$
127.00
$
23.00
$
11.50
$
70.00
$
178.00
$ 40,000.00
$ 10,000.00

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

158,000
241,000
138,000
58,000
78,000
160,000
80,000
10,000

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
New Parking Lot
14,400
Covered Walkway
1,900
Entry Plaza
6,000
New Fire Road
5,000
Perimeter Fencing
1,120
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
900
New Stair inc Railing
2
Marquee Sign
1

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

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

2,735
2,700

70,775
79,900

sf
sf

sf
sf

$
$

$
$

25.00
23.00

9.00
5.00

$
$

$
$

$

1,103,000

$

219,000

$

291,000

$

346,000

$

460,000

$

923,000

$

1,228,000

$

130,000

$

173,000

$

1,037,000

$

1,379,000

68,000
62,000

637,000
400,000

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

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

$ 15,000.00

$

-

829,000

$

ea

$

$

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

43

-

-

645,000

$

$

-

858,000

645,000

$ 14,401,000

$19,154,000

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 1, 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

Shawn Thomas, Principal
Erin Hester, PTA/ Parent
Tracey Duhamel, PTA/ Parent
Javier Salazar, Proj. II, M&O
Irene George, Teacher
Donna Daniels, Community Liaison
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Longden ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

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 Longden 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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949 |260 1190
lpa@lpainc.com
www.lpainc.com

February 1, 2012
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Longden ES

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 – LONGDEN ES
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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

1.03

February 8, 2012

Page 2 of 4

Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 Technology
o An equal baseline
o Wireless
o Smartboards
o Staff development/ training
 Music
o Currently held in Menoli Hall
o Monday – Wednesday 7:00am –
11:30am
 Menoli Hall is a District facility
 Kindergarten
o AM/ PM program
o 3 Classrooms
o 5 Classes, loading at 24: 1
 Enrollment is increasing
 School location is at center of the District,
convenient for many students
 Standard Classrooms:
o Currently there are 2 open Classrooms
o Shared ‘pod’ spaces between
Classrooms are useful due to the large
class sizes. Space is currently mainly
used for storage.
o Need for more electrical outlets
located in various places around the
Classroom.
o 50% of Classrooms have
Smartboards.
 Classrooms (in general):
o Classroom finishes need to be
upgraded. Update colors so that they
are more inviting, less institutional.
“Make learning fun and celebrate the
joy of learning.”
o Provide easy to maintain finishes,
more natural light, operable windows,
and temperature controls.
o Ceiling mounted projectors.
 Desire to support a pre-school option.
 Music:
o Currently held in the multi-purpose
room (MPR); needs dedicated
Classroom
o Program includes Winds, Strings,
Vocal
o Beginning/ Advanced classes with 60+
students
 District supports District-wide events.
 District summer school is held at this campus.
 3pm – 6pm, the facility supports a variety of
after school activities.
o Need for separate teacher supply/

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





February 8, 2012

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material storage
Because this facility is so highly used, it adds
to the wear and tear and spaces become run
down much quicker
Science is taught in standard, general ed
Classrooms. Need for an Exploration Room for
Labs.
The site would like a Performing Arts space
with support and instructional spaces

1.04

Multi-Purpose Room/ Food Service
 MPR to be separate from Kitchen.

1.05

Building Systems:
 Design HVAC systems that take technology
into account.
 Lack of elevator
 Fire alarm system needs to be upgraded
 EMS system is not functioning properly; HVAC
system runs 24 hours

1.06

Outdoor Spaces
 Desire for an appropriately sized, all school
assembly space
o Current enrollment is 1,000 students.
nd
It is the 2 largest school in the
District!
 Provide rubberized play surface under play
apparatus.
 Need for more age appropriate play equipment
to accommodate student population
 Lack of shade
 Existing lunch shelter is too small and can only
accommodate 1 Grade level at a time. To be
able to accommodate all the students, there are
currently 3 lunch periods
 Provide a variety of outdoor spaces that can be
used for individual, small group, and large
group play
 On rainy days, Physical Education is held in
Classrooms
 Landscaping
o More “green” on the campus.
o Provide adequate irrigation.
o Student and community garden.
 Sand play area

1.07

Site
 The current site configuration is very divided,
like 2 school campuses.
o Pre-K to K to Grades 1-6
o Need for linkages between building

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





1.08

February 8, 2012

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components
Create an obstacle course at the perimeter of
campus that can be utilized as a PE activity.
“Make the school site more fun, exciting, and
motivating!”
Need for more storage spaces. If storage
garage is removed, storage space will need to
be replaced.

Parking, Access & Drop Off
 Parking is small

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 20, 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

Shawn Thomas, Principal
Tracey Duhamel, PTA/ Parent
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Longden ES
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

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:




Submitted by:

JL

Attendance by the Site Committee was light
due to an IEP meeting at the same time. For
those present, the feeling was that the proposed
site master plan improvements reflected the
thoughts and ideas of the group presented at
Site Committee Meeting #1.
The proposed site master plan will be reviewed
in more detail with Shawn Thomas at the next
FNAIPC meeting #5 on March 21, 2012 for
her detailed comments.

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www.lpainc.com

March 20, 2012
3:15 pm – 4:30 pm
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DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:

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Irvine, California 92617

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

Section 8.0
Oak Ave. Intermediate MP

OAK AVENUE INTERMEDIATE MASTER PLAN | SECTION 8.0

Oak has an active and supportive PTA, with parents assisting
with co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. In addition, the
Shared Decision Making Council meets monthly, allowing parents
a greater involvement in policy making and budget.
Oak provides opportunities for parents to be partners in
the education of young adolescents and to understand the
uniqueness of this age group. Support staff coordinates and
facilitates the program; the physical plant, equipment, resource
materials, and technology complement the program. This total
school experience enables each stakeholder to feel a sense of
connectedness and for all students to become reflective adults
capable of leading meaningful lives in a changing society. Parents
are involved in all aspects of Oak.

STUDENT C HAR AC TER
“Character education has a
big role on our campus. We
work to support positive
student behavior. Students
are also held to a high
level of accountability and
are aware that they are
ultimately held responsible
for their actions.”

Section
8.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Oak Avenue Intermediate School serves students in the seventh
and eighth grades. Oak received a 2006 Diamond Award from the
Los Angeles County Office of Education for its Support Personnel
Accountability Report Card for student guidance and support
services. Oak recognizes the unique characteristics of the middle
school student. Teachers, parents, and staff empower students
to take responsibility for their physical, social, emotional,
intellectual, and creative learning. Using a team approach,
instructional staff recognizes students needs and regularly utilizes
a broad range of appropriate strategies to enable them to learn.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

O A K AV E N U E I N T E R M E D I AT E S C H O O L

Oak Avenue Intermediate
Master Plan

8.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

8.02 | 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

(Physical Education Building Only)

$3,518,000 x 1.0 =
$3,518,000
2. Reconfiguration

(Girls Locker Room & Music Building to Science)

$2,270,000 x 1.0 =
$2,270,000
4. New Construction Classrooms

(Two-Story Classroom Building)

$9,343,000 x 1.0 =
$9,343,000
9. New Multi-Purpose/Music Building

(Attach to Two-Story Classroom Building)

$6,810,000 x 1.0 =
$6,810,000
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)

$718,000 x 0.5 =
$ 359,000

Construction Cost:

$16,725,000

Total Project Cost:

$22,300,000

Art

Admin.

Lkr.

GYM
Hardcourts
Playfields

E.

LRC

Lunch
FS Shelter

(1940)

Lkr. QC

*

CR

CR

(2-Story)

LEGEND

*

Main Entry
Secondary Entry
Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
Existing Bldg./ Portable
Playfields
Hardcourts
Play Apparatus
Parking

Section
8.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

PE/
Health

Music

CR

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

CR

Oak Avenue Intermediate
Master Plan

8.03 | existing campus plan

ANALYSIS

WHAT IS A TEACHING STATION
TEACHING
STATION? Any Classroom That Contains A Regularly Scheduled Class
MASTER PLAN :: 950 Student Enrollment ::::::::::: 3.0 TEACHING STATIONS
950 Students
2 Years
475 Students/Grade
6 Periods
79.16 Students/Grade/Sec
32 Capacity Average

BLOCK SCHEDULE ::

475 Students in Each Grade
79.16 Students per Grade per Section
2.47 Teaching Stations (use 3.0 TS)

(12) ROOMS/GRADE
3
3
3
3

ENGLISH
HISTORY
MATH
SCIENCE

ELECTIVES
1
2
1
1

ART
MUSIC
COMPUTER
HEALTH

Second
Floor

Patio
Hard
Courts

Tennis
Courts

Sci. Sci.

Art

Sci.

Choral

New LS

SDC

Main Quad &
Amphitheater

Existing
LS
SVC Access
Future
QC
Expansion
G. Lockers

Main
Small Gym
Gym

MPR

SDC

SDC
SDC

PE Fitness

FS

+49
Hard
Courts

MDDVI
Orchestra

Hist.
Math
Math
Math
BG

B. Lockers

Playfields

Staff Lounge

Hist.
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Sci.

Math
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Hist.
ELD
Hist.
Math
Math

Admin./
Counseling

Computer Lab
Marquee

*

Front
Lawn

+42

Fence

LEGEND

*

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Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

`

Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization

Reconfigure
New Construction
Canopy/Shade Shelter
Covered Walkway
Fence Line

Section
8.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

MPR
Below

Eng.Eng.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Workroom

Oak Avenue Intermediate
Master Plan

8.04 | proposed site master plan

8.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN
Art Lab
to Remain
Workroom
MPR
Below

Second
Floor

Staff Lounge
to Remain

Patio
Hard
Courts

Eng.Eng.

Tennis
Courts

Sci. Sci.

Art

Sci.

Choral

New LS

SDC

Main Quad &
Amphitheater

Existing
LS
SVC Access
Future
QC
Expansion
G. Lockers

Main
Small Gym
Gym

MPR

SDC

SDC
SDC

PE Fitness

FS

+49
Hard
Courts

MDDVI
Orchestra

Hist.
Math
Math
Math
BG

B. Lockers

Playfields

Staff Lounge

Hist.
Eng. Hist.

Trash

Library/
Media
Center

Health
Hist.Eng.
Sci. Sci.

Sci.

Math
Eng.
Hist.
Hist.
ELD
Hist.
Math
Math

Admin./
Counseling

Computer Lab
Marquee

*

Front
Lawn

+42

Fence

LEGEND

*

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Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation
No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

`

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Reconfigure
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Master Plan

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8.07 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
Oak Avenue Intermediate School
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) - Oak Avenue Intermediate School
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Classrooms
Physical Education
MPR/Food Service
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

2 Reconfiguration
Lockers/Showers
Administration
Science/Design Lab

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

800
15,700
1,250

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

102.85
101.15
148.75

402,500
402,500
402,500
402,500

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
0.78
0.60
0.48

2,600
1,200
3,840

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

190.00
176.00
261.00

Subtotal

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

2,645,000

$

3,518,000

$

1,707,000

$

2,270,000

$
82,000
$ 1,588,000
$
186,000

$
$
$
$

40,000
314,000
242,000
193,000

$
494,000
$
211,000
$ 1,002,000

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

$

4 NC Classrooms
Remove Portable Classrooms
Demolish Existing Buildings
New Classroom Building (2-story)
Sitework & Site Improvements

2
14,500
20,765
20,765

ea
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

8,000.00
15.00
287.00
40.00

5 NC Electives Labs
New Electives Classroom Building
Sitework & Site Improvements

2,886
2,886

sf
sf

$
$

267.00
40.00

Total Project

Total

-

$

-

$

7,025,000

$

9,343,000

$

886,000

$

1,178,000

$
16,000
$
218,000
$ 5,960,000
$
831,000

$
$

771,000
115,000

6 NC PA/Theater
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

7 NC Physical Education
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
New Multipurpose Building
New Music Classroom
Sitework & Site Improvements

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
New Food Service Facility
Kitchen Equipment
Lunch Shelter
Trash Enclosure
Sitework & Site Improvements

11 NC Shade Structures
New Tensile Shade Structure

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
New Quads

8,125
6,125
14,250

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

100
100
3,000
1
100

sf
sf
sf
ea
sf

$
350.00
$
15.00
$
127.00
$ 45,000.00
$
45.00

1,250

19,500

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
Covered Walkway
1,500
Landscape Enhancment
21,000
New Drop-off Area/Staff Parking
9,000
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
970
Marquee Sign
1
Repair existing Parking Lot
26,400

sf

sf

sf
sf
sf
lf
ea
sf

$

$

350.00
267.00
45.00

146.00

25.00

$
127.00
$
8.00
$
13.00
$
178.00
$ 10,000.00
$
6.00

$

5,120,000

$

6,810,000

$

468,000

$

622,000

$

183,000

$

243,000

$

488,000

$

649,000

$

817,000

$

1,087,000

$ 2,844,000
$ 1,635,000
$
641,000

$
$
$
$
$

$

$

$
$
$
$
$
$

35,000
2,000
381,000
45,000
5,000

183,000

488,000

191,000
168,000
117,000
173,000
10,000
158,000

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
Not anticipated

$

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

$
52,500
105,000

sf
sf

$
$

5.00
5.00

$
$

$

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

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

$

788,000

$

$

-

1,048,000

263,000
525,000

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

36

-

-

540,000

$

$

-

718,000

540,000

$ 20,667,000

$27,486,000

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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

Lawton Gray, Principal
Gina Aparicio, Oak PTA/ Parent
Lisa Copeland, Teacher, Science Dept. Chair
Fred Folsom, Teacher/ Dept. Chair PE
Becky French, Teacher, English Dept. Chair
Lynn Frontuto, Secretary
Michelle Lee, Teacher, Art/ Electives
Will Sabalburo, Lead Custodian
David Steinkamp, Teacher, Special Ed. Chair
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Oak Avenue
Intermediate
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official

DISCUSSION ITEMS
ACTION
INFO

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 Oak Avenue Intermediate
School. 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.

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January 25, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Oak Avenue Intermediate – Library/ Media Center

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PLACE:

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Irvine, California 92617

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – OAK AVENUE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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

February 8, 2012

INFO

1.02

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

INFO

1.03

Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 Classrooms at the old wings (Buildings 400
and 500) have a nice quality to them; they
have high ceilings and lots of windows that let
in natural light. Need for upgrades.
 Science
th
o 8 Grade Science located in the new
building needs more electrical outlets.
th
o 7 Grade Science is located in the old
500 Building needs to be upgraded
 Art (2D & 3D)
o Located in the old Home Economics
Classroom behind Administration.
Needs to be modernized.
o Need more space due to larger
furniture, more materials, and large
class sizes.
o Need storage space for materials and
clay. Would also like a secure storage
space outdoors.
o Need for separate kiln room. Existing
kiln is in a Custodial Room with
Electrical.
o Would like to utilize adjacent outdoor
area but need shade/ rain cover
 Technology
o Need more
o 1 Tech Lab at Library
o 1 Tech Lab at 1-Story Classroom
Building (Room 101) used for
Computer Graphics, Yearbook, Multimedia Arts
o Desire for discussion/ gallery areas
where students can display work
o Existing computer labs lack space and
can only be configured in one way with
linear rows of computer desks. Lack
space to create small group learning
arrangements.
o Would like wireless access throughout
campus with the capability to
accommodate mobile devices
 Electives include the following:
o Grouping the electives together around
a shared commons would be useful.
o Art 2D/ 3D – occurs 6 periods a day
o Media/ Technology – uses one of the
computer labs, could use dedicated
Classroom.
o Music (uses Small Room 509 / Large

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Room 510 depending on the size of
class)
 Band – 3 sections per day
with 35 – 60+ students
 Orchestra – 3 sections per
day with 35, 60, and 90
students
 Choral (Room 509) – 1
section with 100+ students
 Existing music rooms are not
adequate in size to
accommodate number of
students. Ceiling heights are
standard height and do not
provide the acoustics needed
for its use, especially for
Band.
o Health – located in standard
Classroom
Special Education
o Rooms 505 & 408 are “cave like” and
lack daylighting
o Rooms 403 & 404 are divided by a
glass wall in between
o Room 503 utilized for visually
impaired (VI), is dark
o Room 301 & 308 at the gym building
need to be modernized. One Classroom
is used for MDD; one is open and used
for Quality Care before and after
school
o Rooms 114 & 512 used for ELD.
Need a more collaborative set up, with
more flexible furniture, and more
technology
Desire for an academically oriented multipurpose/ student union/ flexible large group
space. This space would be multi-use and could
be utilized for a variety of activities and groups
such as: club meetings, group activities,
lounge, reading, studying, project based
learning, staff collaboration, and tutoring.
o Specify flexible furnishings and
furniture that is easily moved/
furniture on wheels
o The Library/ Media center could
potentially be repurposed into this
multi-purpose space. It is currently
underutilized.
Portables 511 & 512
o Location of portables are in conflict
with P.E. activities. The site would
like to relocate them.
o One room is used for Health class; one

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room is used for PE Storage and rainy
day PE class.
Furniture
o Classrooms could be better utilized if
there was flexible, easily moved
furniture conducive for multiple
configurations, collaboration, and
small group work
o Consider including a furniture budget
for each site.

INFO

1.04

Administration
 Need for a larger waiting area.
 Create a larger entry/ walkup area to alleviate
congestion from student gathering, visitors,
and circulation.
 Staff Lounge needs to be updated and centrally
located. Existing Staff Lounge is located under
the bleachers in the Gym. Would like copy
machines, computers, and electrical/ data
outlets so that it can function as a Staff
Workoom. It should look and feel like a
“lounge”.

INFO

1.05

Library/ Media Center
 Looks dated. Create a more aesthetically
pleasing front elevation and recognizable at the
front of the school.
 The building should feel welcoming to the
community.
 Some good examples are Monrovia Library
and San Marino Library.

INFO

1.06

Gym
 Supervision at the weight room is extremely
difficult
 District will need to check whether the building
has any seismic issues.
RESPONSE: The District has verified that the
building is not listed under the AB300 seismic
list.
 Desire for a multi-purpose space used for
fitness and weight room that can accommodate
55 students. Room shall accommodate 60
bikes (enough for 1 class), 10 weight
machines, 2 universal machines.
 The physical education program is taught by 4
teachers simultaneously:
o Fields
o Hardcourts
o Small gym/ weight room
o Large gym
 The existing brick wall between the gym and

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the hardcourts can be removed. This wall
creates safety issues and obstructs supervision.
INFO

1.07

Building Systems:
 Need more electrical outlets at Classroom
 Noisy HVAC at old Classroom wings need to be
replaced.
 Provide operable windows and control over the
Classroom environment.
 Gym
o Replace with more efficient, low-e
type glazing at the South side of gym/
lockers to block out heat from
entering the building.
o Needs wiring update.
o It was mentioned that the Weight
Room exit does not seem to meet code
and needs to be replaced.

INFO

1.08

Outdoor Spaces
 Need for more shade on campus. Desire for
additional lunch shelter.
 Create useable outdoor spaces.
 The Front Lawn area is utilized for graduation:
o 3,000 people (include 450 students +
family + orchestra)
o Provide built-in, audio/ visual with
plug-in ready capabilities and sound
system at the Quad area.
 Would like durable/ “survivable” and easily
maintainable outdoor planting.
 Lack of covered walkways for rainy days.
 Make student gathering areas, the front lawn
and student quad, more inviting. Provide
seating areas.
 Currently outdoor areas adjacent to
Classrooms are used for collaboration. The
configuration where Classrooms open up into a
shared commons space would be useful;
however the site would prefer to spend the
money in other areas.
 It would be nice to have an outdoor area for
Band/ Orchestra to practice and perform
during evening and lunch times. Currently
practice occurs on the fields and the noise
disturbs the Physical Education program. It
was noted that the marching band walks
approximately 0.25 mile for practice.

INFO

1.09

Food Service
 Existing configuration creates a difficult access
for delivery trucks. Semi-trucks need to either
back in from the street or make a U-turn on

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the hardcourts.
INFO

1.10

Physical Education and Playfields
 The site would like a track with level field. The
field needs to be replaced; it is 50 years old.
 Desire for a new Gym with air conditioning
that can also serve as a multi-purpose facility
for performances and assemblies.
 Need for PE equipment storage.
 Existing Locker Rooms are very small.

INFO

1.11

Site
 Need for more outdoor lighting at all areas of
the site including fields, campus, and parking
areas.

INFO

1.12

Drop-Off
 Due to the site configuration there is only one
side in which the site faces the public street,
making the drop off areas very limited.
 Consider bringing drop-off onto campus
integrated with the front lawn, creating a
better entry and ‘front’ to the campus.

INFO

1.13

School Culture
 The “Front Lawn” is where students gather,
meet with their peers, and where graduation is
held.

INFO

1.14

Other Spaces
 Need more Storage space for chairs,
emergency preparedness supplies, and chairs.

Attachments:

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

Submitted by:

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Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

March 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

Lawton Gray, Principal
Lynn Frontuto, Secretary
Becky French, Teacher
Jessica Goold, Teacher
Michelle Lee, Teacher
Lisa Copeland, Teacher
Will Sabalburo, M&O
Fred Folsom, Teacher
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Oak Avenue
Intermediate School
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) Indicate service truck turn-around.
b) Indicate trash enclosure.
c) Indicate service fence such that student
circulation at the gym is not blocked.
d) Provide fencing for security control at the
front lobby.
e) Remove parking at the front drop-off loop.
Extend drop-off to the North fence line and
relocate existing bike racks.

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March 27, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Oak Avenue Intermediate School

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

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – Oak Avenue Intermediate School
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #2 – Oak Avenue Intermediate School
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

2.04

Submitted by:

July 5, 2012

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Existing Program Improvements & New Program
Requirements
a) Provide skylights at existing Lunch
Shelter.
b) Provide custodial office/storage @ new
classroom building. Locate the program
near parking for electrical cart.
c) Provide team storage rooms at new
classroom building.
d) Provide PTA/student store and storage
room in classroom building with adjacency
to the MPR.
e) Gym improvements:
i.
Remove showers and provide
additional lockers at Girl’s Locker
Room.
ii.
Provide washer/dryer for PE
program.
iii.
Reconfigure Coaches Office for
better efficiency
f) Switch location of Health Room and
Computer Lab.:

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