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Section 9.0
Temple City HS MP

TEMPLE CITY HIGH SCHOOL MASTER PLAN | SECTION 9.0

9.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The staff is comprised of 93 teachers, four hourly ROP teachers,
five counselors, four administrators, and a varied support staff
of 43 individuals. Faculty and staff participate in three staff
development days each year as well as designated professional
planning time with a student late start each Wednesday morning.
Parents serve as volunteers in many aspects of campus life and
enjoy open communication with the school including Back to
School Night, School Site Coordinating Council, PTA, Parent
Conference Day, counseling partnerships, parent college/career
forums, and various communications over the course of the year
that are also translated into Chinese, and further interactive
opportunities through e-mail. All of these facets work in concert
to support Temple City High School’s focus of a personalized
approach to teaching and learning.

Section
9. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

The school offers a rich academic program that includes
Advanced Placement, honors, support courses in language arts
and mathematics, ROP career, and Literacy Lab program, special
needs offerings in RSP, SDC, VH and MDD, plus an expanded and
highly successful English Learner transition program. Further,
Temple City High is proud of its strong student engagement
beyond the classroom, embracing 35 athletic teams, 125 clubs
including four service organizations, a Peer Listener Program
available in five languages, a stellar performing arts program,
and direct student involvement throughout the city by way of a
100-hour Community Service graduation requirement.

SCHOOL VISION
To empower students to
become productive citizens
by developing the skills
necessary to promote selfworth and independence,
knowledge, and creativity
necessary to adapt to a
world of accelerating change
within a safe, secure, and
supportive environment.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Temple City High School, at fifty-three plus years, aspires to
excellence as a comprehensive high school that is studentcentered, distinctive in its academic experience, and dynamic
in its intellectual climate. Located in the West San Gabriel
Valley, Temple City High School serves students in grades nine
through twelve. Geographically situated 15 miles northeast of
Los Angeles, the school is well known for its long-standing history
of academic excellence and continued “small town pride.” The
school mirrors the ethnic diversity present in the changing
community, one that reflected a white population of 80.9% in
1980 to a latest profile (Aeries Student Information System,
2011-2012) of 12% white, 65% Asian, and 17% Hispanic.

Temple City High
Master Plan

TEMPLE CIT Y HIGH SCHOOL

9.02 | 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

$10,667,000 x 1.0 =
$10,667,000
2. Reconfiguration

(Music Building to Administration)

(Portion of Library for Student Activities)

$5,132,000 x 0.66 =
$ 3,387,120
4. New Construction Classrooms

(Two-Story Classroom Building)

$24,770,000 x 1.0 =
$24,770,000
5. New 3D Art Lab

$1,043,000 x 0.75 =
$ 782,250
6. New Theater & Performing Arts Program Spaces

$13,727,000 x 1.0 =
$13,727,000
7. New Practice Gym & PE Weight Room

$8,624,000 x 1.0 =
$ 8,624,000
10. Enhancements to Existing Lunch Shelter

$968,000 x 0.33 =
$ 319,440
13. New Parking & Drop-Off Area
Improve Safety, Security & Fencing

$1,557,000 x 0.5 =
$ 778,500
16. Repair/Enhance Existing Stadium/Track & Field

$6,671,000 x 1.0 =
$ 6,671,000
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)

$1,496,000 x 0.5 =
$ 748,000

Construction Cost:

$52,855,732

Total Project Cost:

$70,474,310

TA

2D
TA

TA

TA

FS

TA

TA (ROP)TA

Cafe/
MPR

(Dance)

Boys
Lkr.
LEGEND
English

TA

Stage

Athletic Lkrs

Gym

Girls
Lkr.

Level 2

Level 1

ELD

Admin

ASB 3D
RSP
CC C

VH

MDD

RSP RSP

RSP

KEY

Math
Social Science

Science
Visual Arts/ Performing
Arts & Music
Foreign Language
Health
Physical Education
Electives

Special Education
Admin./ Student Supprt.
Library/ Media
Food Service

M

M

*

Studio

Conf.

Stor.
Comp.
Stor. Lab

MC

(Art/Film)

SP
PSY

ELD
ENG

ASB
C
CC
FS
M
MC
Stor
TA
Wt

Leadership
Counseling
Career Center
Food Service
Music
Media Center
Storage
Technical Arts
Weight Room

Section
9. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Wt

RSP

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Lunch

Staff Shelter
Lounge

Temple City High
Master Plan

9.03 | existing campus plan

AGRADUATION
N A LREQUIREMENT
YSIS
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION /
CSU & UC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

CORE REQUIRED COURSES

YEARS

YEARS

YEARS

English

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

Math

2.0

3.0

4.0*

4.0

Social Science

3.0

2.0

2.0

3.0

Science

2.0

2.0

3.0*

3.0

Foreign Language

0.0
0.5
3.0

2.0
0.0
0.0

3.0*
0.0
0.0

2.5
0.5
3.0

Visual/ Performing Arts

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

Electives/ College Prep

7.5

1.0

1.0

3.0

23.0

15.0

18.0

24.0

Health
Physical Education
ELECTIVES

GRAND TOTAL

* D e n o tes Pr e fe r r e d 1 Year B eyo n d UC Mi nimum
Entr y Re qui r e m e nt s

ANALYSIS

WHAT IS A TEACHING STATION
TEACHING
STATION? Any Classroom That Contains A Regularly Scheduled Class
2100 Students
4 Years

Temple City High
Master Plan

MASTER PLAN :: 2,100 Student Enrollment ::::::::::: 3.0 TEACHING STATIONS
525 Students in Each Grade

525 Students/Grade
6 Periods

87.5 Students per Grade per Section

87.5 Students/Grade/Sec
32 Capacity Average

2.73 Teaching Stations (use 3.0 TS)

ATEACHING
N A LYSTATION
SIS
(6 Period Day – 5 Instruction/1 Prep)

CORE REQUIRED COURSES
4.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

12.0

12.0

4.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

12.0

12.0

Social Science

3.0

1.5

1.5

3.0

3.0

9.0

9.0

Science

3.0

3.0

3.0

1.5

1.5

9.0

10.0

Foreign Language

2.5

1.5

1.5

3.0

1.5

7.5

7.0

Health

0.5

1.5

2.0

RSP

5.0

Physical Education

3.0

9.0

N/A
52.0

ELD

2.0

5.0

ASB
Open

3.0

20.0

15.0

Visual/ Performing Arts

1.0

3.0

Electives/ College Prep

3.0

ELECTIVES

GRAND TOTAL

3.0

1.5

1.5

16.5 15.0 13.5

1.5

3.0

60.0
(51 w/o PE)
3.0

VH/MDD 2.0
1.0

4.5

9.0

7.0
12.0

11.0

64.0

75.0

4.0

3.0

1.5

3.0

4.5

12.0

24.0

18

18

18

18

72.0
63 w/o PE

1.0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

1.5

Section
9. 0

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

English
Math

9.04 | proposed site master plan

Synthetic Track
Grass Field
Field House

LEGEND

*

Main Entry

Multi-Use
Field

Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off

Pedestrian Circulation

Performing
Arts

No Scope
Playfields
Hardcourts

`

Soccer

Baseball

Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure
New Construction

253
Stalls

Theater
Staff
Lounge

Softball

Practice Gym

Future Growth

Electives

LS
FS

Weight Room

Canopy/Shade Shelter

Hard
Courts

Covered Walkway

Fence Line

Aquatic
Center

Gym
50m
Pool

Sci. (2)

CAMPUS QUAD
COUNS.

+93

Student

*Activities

Library/
Media
Center

Learning
Court

S.S.
(8)

S.E.

Second
Floor
Math (3)
ELD (1)
Workroom
RSP (2)

Sci. (2)

ELD (2)
Admin.

Tennis
(6)

Math
(9)

Sci.
(6)

F.L.
(7)
Marquee

Covered Walk

English
(12)
S.S.
(1)

Synthetic Track
Grass Field
Field House

Main Entry

Multi-Use
Field

Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off

Pedestrian Circulation
Playfields
Hardcourts

`

Soccer

Baseball

Site Improvements
Modernize
Minor Modernization
Reconfigure
New Construction

253
Stalls

Theater
Staff
Lounge

Softball

Practice Gym

Future Growth

Electives

LS
FS

Weight Room

Canopy/Shade Shelter

Hard
Courts

Covered Walkway

Fence Line

Modernize
Locker Rooms

Minimize
Quad Development

Performing
Arts

No Scope

Aquatic
Center

Gym
50m
Pool

Sci. (2)

CAMPUS QUAD
COUNS.

+93

Student

*Activities

Library/
Media
Center

Learning
Court

S.S.
(8)

S.E.

Second
Floor
Math (3)
ELD (1)
Workroom
RSP (2)

Sci. (2)

ELD (2)
Admin.

Tennis
(6)

Math
(9)

Sci.
(6)

F.L.
(7)
Marquee

Covered Walk

English
(12)
S.S.
(1)
Section
9. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

*

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

LEGEND

Temple City High
Master Plan

9.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

9.06 | PROGRAMS
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Master Plan

STAFF
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LOCKER

BOYS
LOCKERS

MECH.

Section
9. 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

STAFF
OFFICE &
LOCKER

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

EXISTING BOYS TEAM ROOMS
ADDITION

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Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Section
9. 0

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

POOL
MECH.
EQUIP.

9.07 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
Masterplan Assessment
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) - Temple City High School
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Classrooms
Science
Electives
Physical Education
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

2 Reconfiguration
Lockers/Showers
Administration

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

Subtotal

9,800
8,000
17,400
13,300
6,400
6,500

sf
sf
sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$
$
$

102.85
147.90
102.85
101.15
148.75
36.00

$
$
$
$
$
$

1,008,000
1,183,000
1,790,000
1,345,000
952,000
234,000

914,000
914,000
914,000
914,000

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

0.10
0.65
0.50
0.40

$
$
$
$

91,000
594,000
457,000
366,000

9,500
11,671

sf
sf

$
$

190.00
176.00

$
$

1,805,000
2,054,000

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

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

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

6 NC PA/Theater
New Performing Arts/Theater
New Music Classroom
Sitework & Site Improvements

ea
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

8,000.00
15.00
287.00
40.00

$
$
$
$

64,000
663,000
15,708,000
2,189,000

2,555
2,555

sf
sf

$
$

267.00
40.00

$
$

682,000
102,000

16,890
9,965
26,855

sf
sf
sf

$
$
$

382.00
267.00
45.00

$
$
$

6,452,000
2,661,000
1,208,000

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

$

8,020,000

$

10,667,000

$

3,859,000

$

5,132,000

$

8
44,200
54,730
54,730

Total Project

Total

-

$

-

$ 18,624,000

$

24,770,000

$

784,000

$

1,043,000

$ 10,321,000

$

13,727,000

7 NC Physical Education
Practice Gym/Dance
PE Weight Room
Aquatic Center Building
Sitework & Site Improvements
Pool 50m x 25y, including deck and fencing

$
7,659
3,552
750
11,961
1

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

261.00
223.00
287.00
40.00

$
$
$
$

1,999,000
792,000
215,000
478,000

ea

$ 3,000,000

$

3,000,000

6,484,000

$

8,624,000

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

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

$
100
100
5,400
100

sf
sf
sf
sf

$
$
$
$

350.00
15.00
127.00
45.00

$
$
$
$

728,000

$

968,000

35,000
2,000
686,000
5,000

11 NC Shade Structures
Not anticipated

$

12 New Quads/Learning Courts
Landscape Improvements:
Demolish Existing Buildings
New Quads
New Learning Courts

$

1,534,000

$

2,040,000

$

1,171,000

$

1,557,000

5,600
48,400
16,000

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
New Parking Lot
31,250
Covered Walkway
3,650
Entry Plaza
7,600
Landscape Enhancment
10,000
Decorative Metal Fencing & Gates
270
Site Signage & Graphics
1
Marquee Sign
1

sf
sf
sf

sf
sf
sf
sf
lf
ls
ea

$
$
$

15.00
25.00
15.00

$
11.00
$
127.00
$
23.00
$
8.00
$
178.00
$ 50,000.00
$ 10,000.00

$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
$
$

15 Playfields/Hardcourts
Playfield & Hardcourt Improvements:
New Hardcourts
Repair Playfields
New Tennis Courts
Realign Baseball Field

$
$
9.00
$
5.00
$ 76,000.00
$
8.00

$
$
$
$

-

344,000
464,000
175,000
80,000
48,000
50,000
10,000

$

sf
sf
ea
sf

$

84,000
1,210,000
240,000

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
Not anticipated

30,700
132,300
2
102,400

-

276,000
662,000
152,000
819,000

-

1,909,000

$

$

-

2,539,000

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Playfield & Hardcourt Improvements:
New Synthetic Track
New Natural Turf Field
New Bleachers, per seat
New Pressbox
New elevator & stair w shaft
Field lighting
Perimeter Fencing
Concessions/Restroom
Fieldhouse Storage

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

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

65,000
80,000
1,700
250
1
1
1,800
1,500
1,200

75

sf
sf
ea
sf
ea
ea
lf
sf
sf

ea

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

14.00
9.00
1,172.00
280.00
221,000
261,000
70.00
350.00
159.00

$ 15,000.00

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

$

$

5,016,000

$

6,671,000

$

1,125,000

$

1,496,000

910,000
720,000
1,992,000
70,000
221,000
261,000
126,000
525,000
191,000

1,125,000

$ 59,575,000

$79,234,000

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 08, 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

Mary Jo Fosselman, Principal
Nancy Bulgin, Math Department Chair
Ryan Lauterback, Social Science Dept. Chair
Judy Graunke, Foreign Language Chair
Scott Randles, Science Dept. Chair
Ralph Fick, Physical Education
Sarah Penalora, English Dept. Chair
Kelly Priestley, Special Education Dept. Chair
Ryan Hoague, English Dept. Chair
Kristen Castro, Guidance Counselor
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Temple City High
School
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 Temple City High 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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February 08, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Temple City High School – Conference Room

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – TEMPLE CITY HIGH SCHOOL
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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

February 9, 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 building wings (Buildings
100, 200, and 300) have a nice quality to
them; they have lots of windows that let in an
abundance of natural light, as well as operable
windows for natural ventilation.
 Foreign Language
o Desire for Classroom pods surrounding
a Shared Commons space to be used
for break out, small group activities,
and computer instruction. Could share
resources and technology equipment.
 English
o Similar comment as above. Would like
to co-locate with common workroom
 It was questioned whether the school would
prefer to be organized by discipline. Some
teachers would like this because of the ability
to share resources and collaborate, however
there is concern that each department would no
longer collaborate/ talk to other staff outside
of the department. Also there is a move
towards Common Core National Standards
(see comment below).
 Common Core National Standards
o The school is moving away from State
standards and more towards the
“Common Core National Standards”
which is a national Concord test.
o More literacy in each area.
o More cross curricular/ interdisciplinary study is needed. This is the
main reason that the school is
currently not organized by discipline.
 LPA presented a Classroom organization
model used at San Marcos HS where
Classrooms are clustered around a Shared
Support space and cross disciplinary Staff
Workroom with conference and lounge space.
This concept could work well at Temple City
HS.
 Classrooms
o Existing classrooms vary in sizes.
Would like more equally sized
Classrooms.
 Classroom Technology
o Provide built-in/ integrated technology
o Build the infrastructure to support
o Campus-wide Wi-Fi
o 1 : 1 computing – provide support and

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equality for students in need to get to
this goal.
o Move toward online assessments.
o Need for more computer labs.
Currently there is only one.
It was mentioned that Temple City was seen as
the “model” school District in the U.S. in the
1970s. “If all other surrounding Districts are
moving forwards we don’t want to be left on an
island.”
Intervention Period
o Students go to teachers Classroom for
extra help
o Currently, students mainly spend their
time doing homework
o Desire for “mini labs” to provide
remediation for students and “fill in
the gaps” more quickly. For example,
a student passing an Economics test
with a D+ grade still lacks the
understanding of many concepts. The
Mini Labs will provide a place for the
student to seek help immediately.
o To be cost effective, could possibly
hire an aide or an A.P. student with
adult staff supervision to supervise
mini labs
Social Studies
o Would like access to Computer Labs
Science
o Like the Arcadia HS “style” Science
facility with dedicated lab and
separate lecture hall.
o Ideally the Lecture Hall shall be able
to accommodate 150 – 200 which is
(1) teacher’s whole class. Can also be
used for A.P. testing.
o Provide integrated technology, such as
“Smartboards” or “District
technology package”
Career Tech Department (CTE)
o Includes Computers, Graphics, and
Drafting
o Needs more computers
Entrepreneurship
o Program includes Clothing, Home
Economics, and Small Business
Management.
o Classrooms need better ventilation
system.
o Facilities need to be updated.
Special Education
o Desire for a dedicated Integrated
Living Skills (ILS) area. Currently

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share the Home Ec. Classroom
facility.
o A possible configuration for moderate/
severe Special Ed Classrooms is (2)
Classrooms on either side of a share
ILS area, dedicated toilets, and
Storage/ Workroom
o SELPA School for Visually Impaired
– 1 Classroom; 12 students. Students
are fully mainstreamed.
o Students are bussed to the site.
Consider easier access to/ from bus
drop off to Classroom.
Student Enrollment
o 2007 students; Grades 9 – 12
o 24 Severe Special Ed – includes
Visually Impaired and MDD and 120
students in RSP/ SDC
o Students attend a 7 period day in
order to fulfill graduation
requirements.

INFO

1.04

Administration
 Workrooms
o The site staff would like a better and
larger, or more teacher workrooms
o Desire for a kitchenette in the Staff
Workroom/ Lounge
 Career Tech
o Needs more computer stations
 Provide clear and defined main entry through
the Administration building. Centralize
Administration and Student Support Services
activity.

INFO

1.05

Counseling
 Hold a lot of parent-teacher meetings. Current
offices are not adequate in size. Desire for
Conference Rooms
 Current space lacks student waiting area
 Because staff and students are working more
with technology, there is a desire to have
access to a dedicated computer area. Currently
there is only (1) Computer Lab on campus.
 Need for more computers at College/ Career
Center.

INFO

1.06

Performing Arts
 Need for an auditorium that can seat 1,200
students which can accommodate all school
assemblies in (2) sessions.
 Need a facility to support great program.
 Potential to rent out facility for revenue.

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Design with adequate storage
Performing Arts and Visual Arts are in the
same department, but are currently physically
separated. Would be nice to be grouped
together and centralized.
Performing Arts program currently includes
Video Production – “Dragon Flicks”
Desire for the capability to broadcast live,
televised announcements.

INFO

1.07

Library/ Media Center
 Glass study pods for students: Can be utilized
by students for small group work and allow for
easy supervision.

INFO

1.08

Athletics/ Physical Education Spaces
 Desire for synthetic track and field
 Tennis courts should be grouped together. Need
a total of 6 to be able to have tournaments.
 Locker rooms need to be updated
 Pool needs to be expanded to CIF regulation
size, 50 meter
 Existing gym is (2) cross court. Need (1)
practice court gym.
 Install “smart” and sustainable irrigation
systems that are programmable and water
saving
 Re-furbish all fields
 Build new stadium and bleachers, with storage,
locker rooms, and weight rooms below. The
school is currently spending a lot of money
renting bleachers
 Existing fields consist of (2) baseball and (1)
softball field
 Need for more equipment storage

INFO

1.09

Facilities (General):
 Build “green” and sustainable facilities
o LEED certification
o Long term savings
o Potential grants and rebates
 Due to the site’s tight configuration, consider
2-3 Story Classroom buildings
 Consider efficiency of staffing in facility
design. Practice good stewardship and utilize
funds wisely.

INFO

1.10

Building Systems:
 HVAC systems are antiquated and need to be
replaced at all buildings. Some are not
functioning. Currently there is a mix of
systems:

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Administration – Window units
Chiller – 5 Buildings (Buildings 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5)
Building 700 – Rooftop package units

INFO

1.11

Outdoor Spaces
 Student Gathering Areas – need the following:
o More “green” space
o Seating areas
o Shade
o Amphitheater
 Drainage issues need to be fixed

INFO

1.12

Food Service
 Needs to be updated.
 Currently there are 2 lunches.
 Need for a larger shelter with more natural
daylighting

INFO

1.13

Site
 Improve entry and security (see note under
Administration)
 Portables – replace with permanent
construction; free up field space.

INFO

1.14

Drop-Off
 Need for a better, dedicated on site drop off
with passing lane
 Need for visitor parking area
 Provide segregated staff parking lot
 Old drop off Temple City Boulevard is not used.

INFO

1.15

Other Spaces
 Need Storage for disaster/ emergency
preparedness supplies; not in metal containers
that tend to leak.

INFO

1.16

Potential Master Plan Ideas
 Replace 100, 200, 300 Buildings with multistory Performing Arts and Classrooms
 Replace portables with permanent construction
 Repurpose existing Music building for
Administration; expand to create better entry
 Expand parking and drop-off
 Rotate and expand pool to CIF regulation
standard size
 Add (2) tennis courts; move softball field next
to the track; move high jump, shot-put, and
long jump onto field.

Attachments:
Submitted by:

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

Mary Jo Fosselman, Principal
Nancy Bulgin, Math Dept. Chair
Ryan Lauterback, Social Science Dept. Chair
Scott Randles, Science Dept. Chair
Ralph Fick, Physical Education
Sarah Penalora, English Dept. Chair
Kelly Priestley, Special Education Dept. Chair
Terry Sholty, Teacher
Kevin Herington, Teacher
Kathy Mushinskie, School Secretary
John VanDeVeere, Career Dept. Chair
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) Athletic Fields:
i.
Provide grass at track.
ii.
Provide (1) baseball, (1) softball
and (1) Multi-use field with
soccer overlay at the
baseball/softball and football
field.
iii.
Indicate long jump and high jump
at field.

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12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Temple City High School

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
SITE COMMITTEE MEETING – TEMPLE CITY HIGH SCHOOL
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 2
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #2 – Temple City High School
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

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iv.

Provide bleachers at baseball
field.
b) General Campus:
i.
Provide covered walkways at
north and south end of the Quad.
2.04

Submitted by:

Existing Program Improvements & New Program
Requirements
a) RSP has a 12-13 average class size.
b) Provide staff toilets with PLC on each
floor of classroom buildings.
c) Need (4) commons areas at new classroom
building.
d) Reconfigure portion of Library for Student
Activity room and provide public access.
e) Provide a loading dock at the stage in the
theater.
f) Indicate outdoor weight patio and storage.
g) Provide folding partition between weight
rooms.
h) Separate the Home and Visitor program at
the field house.
i) Indicate entry canopy.
j) Revise the Attendance and Records
configuration.

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DR. DOUGLAS SEARS LEARNING CENTER MASTER PLAN | SECTION 10.0
Section 10.0
Douglas Sears LC MP

10.01 | PROJECT DESCRIPTION

MISSION
STATEMENT
To enhance intellectual,
emotional, and physical
health for all students and
staff. We are a “Learning
Centered,” not a “teacher centered” school. Learning
is our primary focus and
mission.

Section
10 . 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

We offer a strong character education program, a comprehensive
guidance and counseling program, college and career preparation,
ROP opportunities, and CAHSEE support. In addition, student
self esteem, adherence to a reasonable dress code, computer
literacy, and service learning are emphasized. We invite you to
share our enthusiasm for learning and student success in a safe,
positive, technology- rich environment. The school is known for
its positive climate, high academic expectations, enthusiastic
teachers, and the strong partnership that exists between school,
home, and community.

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

The Dr. Doug Sears Learning Center (DDSLC) serves as the hub
for two educational options. The Learning Center serves high
school aged students with credit recovery. The Alternative
School is designed for students in grades one through twelve
with Independent Study being the main instructional vehicle.
Both options provide alternative academic opportunities for
students to progress academically, complete requirements for a
high school diploma, and develop as life long learners in a rapidly
changing and culturally diverse society. We are committed to
promoting the Vision, Mission, and Core Values of the Temple
City Unified School District.

Dr. Douglas Sears LC
Master Plan

DR. DOUGL A S SEARS LEARNING CENTER

10.02 | 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

(Minor Casework & Equipment Enhancements)
$230,000 x 0.5 = $ 115,000
4. New Construction Classroom

(Addition of One Modular Classroom)
$243,000 x 1.0 = $ 243,000
8. New Construction Administration

(Addition of Modular Building)
$196,000 x 1.0 = $ 196,000
12. Enhance Quad & Learning Court

$67,000 x 0.5 =
$ 33,500
15. Relocate Basketball Hardcourt

$21,000 x 1.0 =
$ 21,000
17. Classroom Technology

(At $7,500 per Classroom)

$100,000 x 0.5 =
$ 50,000

Construction Cost:

$493,875

Total Project Cost:

$658,500

Dr. Douglas Sears LC
Master Plan

10.03 | existing campus plan

CR

Admin

*

CR

LEGEND

*

Main Entry
Secondary Entry
Vehicular Circulation
Drop-Off
Pedestrian Circulation

Section
10 . 0

Existing Bldg./ Portable
Playfields
Hardcourts
Parking

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

District
M&O

Lunch
Shelter

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

Encinita Avenue

RR

10.04 | proposed site master plan

RELOCATE
CR
BASKETBALL
COURT

Lunch
Shelter

RR
SITE
ENHANCEMENTS
ADMIN. CR

*
LANDSCAPING

CR

CR

CR CR

NEW MOTORIZED
GATE
LEGEND

*

Main Entry
Secondary Entry
Not in Scope
New Construction
Hardcourt Improvements
Site Improvements

SITE
ENHANCEMENTS
ADMIN. CR

*
LANDSCAPING

CR

CR

NEW MOTORIZED
GATE
LEGEND

*

Main Entry
Secondary Entry
Not in Scope
New Construction
Hardcourt Improvements
Site Improvements

Section
10 . 0

Facilities Needs Assessment & Improvement Plan

Lunch
Shelter

RR

CR CR

TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

RELOCATE
CR
BASKETBALL
COURT

Dr. Douglas Sears LC
Master Plan

10.05 | PRIORITIZED PROJECTS PLAN

10.06 | CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE
Doug Sears Learning Center
Opinion of Probable Cost

3-Apr-12

Project Cost Summary (2012$) - Doug Sears Learning Center
Construction Costs
Item

1 Modernization
Building:
Modular Classroom Upgrades

Quantity

Unit

Unit Cost

Subtotal

$
4,800

sf

$

36.00

$

Total Project

Total

Cost 25% (x 1.33)

173,000

$

230,000

173,000

2 Reconfiguration
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

3 NC Kindergarten
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

4 NC Classrooms
New Modular Buildings - Classroom

$
960

ea

$

191.00

$

183,000

$

243,000

183,000

5 NC Electives Labs
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

6 NC PA/Theater
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

7 NC Physical Education
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

8 NC Admin/Staff Support/Library
New Modular Buildings - Admin

$
768

sf

$

191.00

$

147,000

$

196,000

147,000

9 NC Multipurpose/Music
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

10 NC Food Service/Lunch Shelter
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

11 NC Shade Structures
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

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

$

50,000

$

67,000

$

34,000

$

45,000

14 Upgrade Play Apparatus
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

15 Playfields/Hardcourts
Playfield & Hardcourt Improvements:
New Hardcourts

$

16,000

$

21,000

16 Stadium/Track & Field
Not anticipated

$

-

$

-

17 Classroom Technology
Technology Upgrade Allowance, per
Classroom

$

75,000

$

$

678,000

3,325

sf

13 Improve Safety/Security (Parking, Drop-Off, Fencing)
Site Improvements:
Landscape Enhancment
1,100 sf
Rolling Decorative Metal Gate
1 ea

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$)

1,750

5

sf

ea

$

15.00

$
8.00
$ 25,000.00

$

9.00

$ 15,000.00

$

$
$

$

$

50,000

9,000
25,000

16,000

100,000

75,000

$902,000

Architecture
Sustainability
Planning
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Engineering
Graphics

February 7, 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
Andrew Jahan, Teacher
Gery McKinnis, T/A
Reggie Rios, Teacher
Yvonne Rivera, Teacher
Jim Kisel, LPA Principal, Director of School
Planning

All Present
All Site Committee Members – Dr. Doug Sears
Learning Center
David Jaynes, TCUSD Chief Business Official
Jomay Liao, LPA Project Manager

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 the Dr. Doug Sears Learning
Center. 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.

INFO

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 7, 2012
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Dr. Doug Sears Learning Center

P
F
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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 – DR. DOUG SEARS LEARNING CENTER
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – DR. DOUG SEARS LEARNING CENTER
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10

INFO

TCUSD

1.03

February 8, 2012

Learning Spaces/ Programs/ Classrooms:
 The committee asked: “What funds are to be
used for the new modulars?”
RESPONSE: The District will need to
evaluate available funding sources and the
District needs as a whole.
 Technology
o Need more wireless capacity
o Bring Classrooms up to District
technology standards
 Furnishings – Classrooms could be better
utilized if they had more flexible furniture with
a soft seating area
 WASC requirement wants to see more ROP
Classes at this site. Potential classes include
the following:
o Silk Screening – need power and sink
with filtering system.
o Culinary Arts is an ROP after school
class at the High School
o Would like to offer more programs
geared toward student interests
 New Building program includes (2) 24’x40’
modular units:
o (2) 24’x40’ modular units.
 (1) at 1/3 used for
Counseling/ Itinerant Office
 (1) at 2/3 used for Classroom
used for pregnant minor after
school program and
kitchenette for cooking/
culinary program
 (1) Main Office Area
o Relocate basketball court.
o ACTION: The District, Dale Shaffer,
shall provide drawings showing layout
of spaces to LPA.
 The site is planning to offer Film and Music
Classes as Electives
o Need appropriate equipment:
 Film: Cameras, green screen,
editing stations
 Music: Electronic controllers,
carrels for each station,
computers, vocal booth
 Students are tactile/ hands on learners.
 Need for more storage.
 Potential Pharmacy Tech and/or Health
Services Allied Health program. This is a
program in Downey that is popular.
 Day program occupies Classrooms 1, 3, 4, and
5
 Independent Study occupies Classroom 2

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MEETING MINUTES NO. 1
TEMPLE CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT –FACILITIES
NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN
SITE MEETING #1 – DR. DOUG SEARS LEARNING CENTER
LPA PROJECT NO. 11132.10








February 8, 2012

Future Film program would be in Classroom 3
Future Music program would be in Classroom
4
Classroom 1 – existing casework and on-line
platform currently supports (4) core disciplines
and electives programs
Currently student loading per Classroom does
not exceed 20 students
Science labs are performed once a day; but
every Classroom has a sink
Students:
o Day Program runs from 8am –
th
th
12:35pm. Students include 9 – 12
Grades; 40 – 120 students. Receive
students every (6) weeks.
th
o Independent Studies can serve K – 12
Grades; 25 – 80 students. Students
come to site (1) day per week.
Includes pregnant/ teen mother
students who come in twice a week,
8am – 5pm.
o Night Program – 3 nights per week,
200+ students
o Primarily students are credit deficient/
recovery students. Not many have
behavioral issues.

INFO

1.04

Outdoor Spaces
 Garden area could be utilized for project based
learning activities.
 The site would like more “green” space and
better, more aesthetically pleasing outdoor
environment to be able to convey a sense of
pride and school spirit.
 Relocated basketball court should have level
surface with Sports Court material.

INFO

1.05

Site
 Need for improved campus security system
 Replace parking gate with motorized gate with
card key access
 Improve exterior lighting, too dark for night
classes.
 Improve exterior environment to make it more
aesthetically pleasing; soften concrete wall
adjacent to M&O with murals.

Attachments:
Submitted by:

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Sign-in sheet; Site Committee Invitation Letter
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