BUILDING UTILIZATION STUDY COMMITTEE
Community Member Representation
Applications to Serve on this Committee are available - (click on link at bottom of this page)
The Board of Education has authorized the establishment of a committee to analyze the recently completed Building Utilization Study. The committee will be comprised of two consultant co-chairpersons; three administrators/supervisors (selected by the Superintendent of Schools); three teachers (selected by the Teachers’ Association); and eight members of the community - representative of our three polling locations: Attica, Sheldon and Bennington (selected by the Board of Education).
The committee will review the Building Utilization Study, collect input from District residents and prioritize the study recommendations, forwarding a composite recommendation for implementation to the Board of Education by no later than January 1, 2014. It is anticipated that members of this committee will need to commit to a minimum of five evenings from September through December for committee meetings (2-3 hours each) and be available for other related activities during this four month period.
If you are interested in serving on this committee, applications are available by clicking on the "BUSC -Community Member Rep Application" below or you can pick up an application at our Administrative Offices. Complete the application and submit it to the District Clerk’s office no later than September 9, 2013.
Establishment and membership of the Building Utilization Study Committee and the charge of the Committee.
On June 27, 2013, at their Regular Meeting, the Attica Central School District's Board of Education formally acted on establishing the membership of the Building Utilization Study Committee and charging the Committee with their responsibilities as follows:
2013-14 Goal II – Guide the Reorganizational Plan for the Attica Central School District. Dr. Smith and Mr. Rossetti will work together on this committee. As defined at the BOE Goal Sharing Workshop with the administrators:
- Establish a committee to analyze the Building Utilization Study to include: 1 – facilitator, 1-consultant, 1-Business Administrator, 1-Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds, 1-administrator, 1 teacher K-4 gr., 1 teacher 5-8 gr., 1 teacher 9-12 gr., community members as follows: Attica – 4, Sheldon – 2, and Bennington – 2 (comprised in accordance with percentage of voters in past two votes). To establish the community membership of the committee, an application process will be utilized to determine which community members will serve on the committee. The Board of Education will approve applications brought forward by the facilitators.
Motion by Mr. Lane, seconded by Mrs. McCulloch, to approve the constituency of the Building Utilization Study Committee as outlined above. Item #1213 -148 MOTION CARRIED 6-Yes; 0-No
- To charge the Building Utilization Study Committee to analyze the building utilization study; empower the committee to develop a strategy to obtain input from the community (forum, survey, etc.); Through consensus, prioritize the building utilization study recommendations and before January 1, 2014, the committee will make a recommendation to the Board of Education regarding each of the phases (1, 2, and 3).
Motion by Mr. Lane, seconded by Mr. Witkowski, to approve the charge of the Building Utilization Study Committee as outlined above. Item #1213 -149 MOTION CARRIED 6-Yes; 0-No
On June 6, 2013 we held a Special Meeting of the Attica Central School District’s Board of Education for the purpose of receiving the Building Utilization Study from Dr. Howard S. Smith (click the link below for the full study).
This study provided several options for the Attica Central School District's Board of Education for consideration. At this time, no decision has been made with regard to the recommendations made in the study. It is the Board of Education's intent to form a committee to review the options presented in the study. This committee will be charged with the responsibility to provide a recommendation to the Board of Education at the conclusion of its review. The Board will then decide if the recommendation will be adopted as presented or in some variation.
The PowerPoint presentation from the June 6, 2013 meeting is also available by clicking the link below.
These documents will also be available to view in our Administrative Office.