NISD Long Range Planning Committee Final Recommendations to

NISD Long Range Planning Committee Final Recommendations to

NISD Long Range Planning Committee Final Recommendations to Board of Trustees Monday, February 13, 2017 Northwest ISD Beliefs Kids come first Continuous improvement is essential for future success The success of each student is the shared responsibility of students, families, schools, and communities Environment influences learning LRPC Membership Elizabeth Arnett Heather Bailey Kim Blackburn Mike Blankenship Scott Blattner David Carothers, Jr. Sandy Conklin Shannon Darby Darin Davis Amy Donoho Jim Dougherty Brandie Doughtie Christy Dovers Tammy Eck Dave Edstrom Rhonda Funk Russell Gage Bill Haines Taylor Harrington Tracy Henderson Jason Jacobs Todd M. Kindel Sarah Matt Ron Myers Michael Ortman Carrie Renteria Lisa Rodgers Camille Schluter Jennifer Skelton Michelle Smith Kelly Trisko Jennifer Washam Cynthia Webber Jessica Wilde Bert Wilhelm Stephanie Winquest Jamie Winters-Johnson Jamie Woodward Crystal Zschirnt Committee Process Reconvened committee in

October 2016 Met 8 times over the course of several months to study background information and have opportunity for dialogue and debate to develop the recommendation LRPC MEETINGS: Meeting 1: Tuesday, October 11, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 2: Tuesday, October 25, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 3: Tuesday, November 8, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 4: Tuesday, November 15, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 5: Tuesday, November 29, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 6: Tuesday, December 13, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 7: Tuesday, January 10, 6:00 p.m. Meeting 8: Tuesday, January 17, 6:00 p.m. Recommendations to the Board of Trustees: Monday, January 23, 2017 Our Challenges Build on Educational Excellence Plan for Growth Plan for Financial Stability Information Studied Impact of the student population growth Ideal student population numbers and feeder pattern model Safety and security issues for our students and faculty Deficiencies in existing facilities Technology needs

Fine Arts needs CTE needs Athletics needs Results of a community survey Financial analysis of bonding capacity and tax impact scenarios Recommendation The NISD Long Range Planning Committee recommends the NISD Board of Trustees call a bond election for $399,000,000 to address the following: Student Population Growth Aging Conditions of Existing Facilities Safety & Security of our Students & Staff Technology Infrastructure & Devices Advancing Student Programs Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 DFW New Home Ranking ISD Ranked byReport Annual Closings 4Q16 District Name Frisco ISD Denton ISD Prosper ISD Lewisville ISD Northwest ISD Dallas ISD Little Elm ISD Eagle Mt.-Saginaw ISD Rockwall ISD Keller ISD Crowley ISD

McKinney ISD Mansfield ISD Wylie ISD Forney ISD Allen ISD Coppell ISD Waxahachie ISD Plano ISD Midlothian ISD Annual Starts Annual Closings 2,639 2,542 1,971 2,103 2,569 2,050 1,313 1,387 1,667 1,281 1,574 1,223 1,088 1,099 768 856 984 850 778 788 714 783 789 723 763 708 798 707 688 552 570 515 461 483 447 477 463 453 553 445 *Adjusted based on additional research by Templeton Demographics staff VDL 3,569 2,420 4,675

1,468 2,132 2,233 1,575 1,277 1,887 970 662 1,610 898 1,042 884 1,052 588 801 1,030 1,295 Future 7,931 17,033 27,142 4,494 26,152* 6,029 4,250 19,855 8,116 1,746 9,714 5,965 6,612 4,500 14,232 1,597 329 9,817 2,660 19,947 Ten Year Forecast By Elementary Campus Campus Beck Elementary Clara Love Elementary Cox Elementary Granger Elementary Haslet Elementary Hatfield Elementary Hughes Elementary Justin Elementary Lakeview Elementary Nance Elementary Peterson Elementary Prairie View Elementary Roanoke Elementary Sendera Ranch Elementary Seven Hills Elementary

Schluter Elementary Thompson Elementary ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOTALS Elementary Absolute Growth Elementary Percent Growth Capacity 850 850 850 850 650 450 650 650 650 650 850 650 850 650 650 650 650 12,050 Current ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS 2016/17 830 656 518 928 599 470 610 560 582 501 730 422 714 564 573 663 580 10,500 302 2.96% 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21 2021/22 2022/23 2023/24 2024/25 2025/26 2026/27 862

873 860 867 876 891 890 895 902 907 641 639 661 659 671 682 689 695 700 708 610 676 757 825 861 907 939 965 995 1,040 938 937 937 958 966 967 965 964 962 969 649 692 736 779 840 904 961 1,015 1,061 1,097 505 542 581 633 708 795 885 977 1,065

1,161 654 710 713 733 737 731 730 726 727 729 598 634 678 715 771 825 884 908 919 929 609 631 684 681 686 697 705 711 723 741 530 577 649 703 776 821 877 921 955 1,001 773 827 854 860 867 871 884 898 899 901 413 407 433 449 469 497 525

553 579 602 733 773 831 885 958 972 975 986 990 1,001 584 606 676 724 814 907 1,010 1,118 1,225 1,334 567 549 563 569 574 584 593 602 614 621 720 793 881 947 1,004 1,062 1,103 1,132 1,166 1,207 623 667 723 776 829 862 903 944 977 1,013 11,009 11,533 12,217 12,763 13,407

13,975 14,518 15,010 15,459 15,961 509 524 685 546 644 568 542 492 449 502 *Green box = within 5% of capacity 4.85% 4.76% 5.94% 4.47% 5.05% 4.24% 3.88% 3.39% 2.99% 3.25% *Yellow box = over capacity Cox Elementary may enroll more than 600 students next fall Next fall, 6 campuses will be over stated enrollment and an additional campus will be nearing campus capacity By 2020, 13 campuses will be over stated capacity and an additional campus will be nearing campus capacity Ten Year Forecast By Secondary Campus Current Campus Chisholm Trail Middle School Gene Pike Middle School Medlin Middle School Tidwell Middle School Wilson Middle School MIDDLE SCHOOL TOTALS Middle School Absolute Growth Middle School Percent Growth Northwest High School Byron Nelson High School Eaton High School Steele Accelerated High School Denton Creek HIGH SCHOOL TOTALS High School Absolute Growth High School Percent Growth DISTRICT TOTALS District Absolute Growth District Percent Growth Capacity 1,100

1,100 1,100 1,200 1,200 5,700 2,525 2,400 2,500 450 7,875 25,625 2016/17 1,021 829 1,148 1,162 975 5,135 337 7.02% 2,009 2,556 1,612 161 47 6,387 407 6.81% 22,022 1,046 5.0% ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS 2017/18 1,086 917 1,152 1,220 1,046 5,421 286 5.57% 1,715 2,620 2,173 161 32 6,703 316 4.95% 23,134

1,112 5.0% 2018/19 1,126 980 1,201 1,297 1,113 5,717 296 5.46% 1,742 2,662 2,398 161 32 6,997 293 4.38% 24,246 1,113 4.8% 2019/20 1,173 1,015 1,238 1,417 1,140 5,983 266 4.65% 1,843 2,693 2,532 161 31 7,262 265 3.79% 25,462 1,216 5.0% 2020/21 1,267 1,088 1,311 1,512 1,222 6,400 417 6.97% 1,938 2,849 2,720 161

31 7,701 439 6.05% 26,864 1,402 5.5% 2021/22 1,318 1,124 1,272 1,643 1,274 6,631 231 3.61% 2,084 2,984 2,927 161 31 8,189 488 6.33% 28,227 1,363 5.1% 2022/23 1,397 1,150 1,241 1,735 1,382 6,905 274 4.13% 2,179 3,149 3,049 161 31 8,571 382 4.67% 29,451 1,224 4.3% 2023/24 2024/25 2025/26 2026/27 1,447 1,544 1,654 1,734 1,181 1,260 1,345

1,410 1,225 1,258 1,322 1,349 1,829 1,884 1,921 1,962 1,480 1,587 1,693 1,801 7,162 7,533 7,935 8,256 257 371 402 321 3.72% 5.18% 5.34% 4.05% 2,309 2,377 2,457 2,583 3,330 3,507 3,664 3,835 3,213 3,414 3,587 3,827 161 161 161 161 31 31 31 31 9,046 9,492 9,902 10,439 475 447 409 537 5.54% 4.94% 4.31% 5.42% 30,726

32,035 33,296 34,656 1,274 1,261 1,360 *Green 1,310 box = within 5% of capacity 4.3% 4.3% 3.9% 4.1% *Yellow box = over capacity Next fall, two middle school campuses will be over stated capacity and an additional campus will be within 5% of campus capacity Byron Nelson High School may enroll more than 2,600 students next fall Eaton High School may enroll more than 2,100 students next fall, and 2,500 by 2019 Summary DFW added 112,800 new jobs in 2016. Roughly 25% of NISD home sales are of new homes. Nearly 60% of existing home sales are below $250K, while only 25% of new home sales are below the same price. NISD closed nearly 1,300 new homes in 2016. NISD is expected to enroll more than 25,000 students by 2019. NISD can expect an increase of approximately 6,200 students during the next 5 years. 2021/22 enrollment projection: 28,227 students. NISD is projected to have 34,600 students for the 2026/27 school year. Student Population Growth $263,991,892 New Facilities Elementary School #19 Elementary School #20 Elementary School #21 Replacement Facilities New Haslet Elementary School (gain capacity and replace one of the districts oldest campuses) Renovate the Existing Haslet Elem. School for an Admin. Annex (Over 2.3 million sf added since 2000) Campus Expansions Beck Elementary School Addition (permanent space for existing student enrollment) Three Elementary School Expansions (bring capacity up to 850 model) Medlin & Tidwell Middle School Expansions (bring capacity up to 1,200 model) Byron Nelson & VR Eaton High School Expansions (bring capacity up to 3,200 model) Land Acquisition for Future School Sites Aging Conditions of Existing Facilities Furniture Replacement (Classrooms over 20 years old) Roof Replacement & Repair Code Compliance Upgrades (ADA items) Replacement of Aged Electrical, Mechanical & Plumbing

Equipment Replacement of Aged Fire Alarms Water Intrusion & Damage Repairs (including window replacement, caulking and sealing) $32,268,437 Safety & Security of our Students & Staff Entrance & Reception Area Improvements Uniform platform at every campus with approach camera and buzzer and reception area security enhancements Door Hardware Upgrades Replace door hardware on classroom doors with intruder function Access Control Improvements & Intrusion Alarms Automated lockdown with agency notification Security Cameras Replacement cycle, right-sizing replacements, additional needs and storage replacement Intercom System & Phone System Improvements Replace obsolete intercom head-in, replace phone system for lockdown and notification capabilities as well as upgrade standards $14,081,601 Technology Infrastructure & Devices Technology Infrastructure & District Backbone Fiber and Cabling standards upgrades and replacements, Wi-Fi for 1:1, equipment closets UPS, power and AC upgrades; network operations and equipment growth, new construction fiber Student Device Refresh Growth and student device replacement for 22K+ students Teacher & Staff Device Refresh Classroom and office device replacement - includes printers, scanners, laptops, desktops Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Growth Addition seat capacity to help facilitate long term cost reductions for lab replacements as well as enhance student access from home $37,396,935 Advancing Student Programs Career & Technical Education Kelly Box Ag Barn Expansion & Upgrades Technology Infrastructure Upgrades for Labs at BNHS & NHS Computer Certification Labs at BNHS & NHS Skills Lab for Certifications in Health Science at BNHS & NHS AMAT Upgrade & Ag Expansion at NHS Ag Expansion, Culinary Expansion & Engineering Lab at BNHS Athletics Outdoor Fieldhouse at BNHS & NHS District Aquatic Center to serve all campuses Fine Arts Renovate Northwest HS Performing Arts Center New large ensemble and practice rooms at BNHS & NHS PAC & Black Box lighting upgrades at NHS Middle School Fine Arts Improvements Update stage areas & lighting, new large ensemble, practice and theater rooms, band and choir room updates

$51,101,320 Total Recommended Bond Package $398,840,184 Student Population Growth New Facilities, Replacement Facilities, Expansions & Land Acquisition $263,991,892 Aging Conditions of Existing Facilities Furniture, Roofing, Code Compliance, MEP, Fire Alarms & Water Intrusion $32,268,437 Safety & Security of our Students & Staff Secure Entrances, Door Hardware, Access Control, Security Cameras, Intercom & Phone Systems $14,081,601 Technology Infrastructure & Devices Infrastructure & Backbone, Student & Staff Device Refresh, Virtual Desktops $37,396,935 Advancing Student Programs CTE, Athletics & Fine Arts $51,101,320 1 2 Remaining $100 Mil Authorization 3 4 5 6 January 18, 2017 'AAA' Tax Exempt Interest Rates: PLUS 0.75% PLUS 1.00% PLUS 1.00% PLUS 0.50% 7

8 9 10 Current I&S Tax Rate I&S Tax Rate Increase PLUS 1.00% PLUS NEW Election Size Series 2017 25 Yr @ 4.30% Series 2018 25 Yr @ 4.45% Series 2019 25 Yr @ 4.60% Series 2020 25 Yr @ 4.60% Series 2021 25 Yr @ 4.60% I&S Surplus Contribution * Maximum I&S Tax Rate $ 399,000,000 $ 85,000,000 $ 108,500,000 $ 123,000,000 $ 124,000,000 $ 58,500,000 $ 21,171,109 $ 0.4500 - $ 0.4125 = $

0.0375 PROJECTED I&S TAX RATE: After $399,000,000 New Authorization and Issuance of Remaining $100,000,000 of 2008 & 2012 Authorization $0.50 Projected I&S Tax Rate $0.45 $0.40 $0.35 $0.30 $0.25 $0.20 $0.15 $0.10 $0.05 * - In order to reduce projected impact of bond electio n as much as possible, I&S fund balance used to 'buy down' the I&S Tax Rate 2047 2046 2045 2044 2043 2042 2041 2040 2039 2038 2037 2036 2035 2034 2033 2032 2031 2030 2029

2028 2027 2026 2025 2024 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 $0.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Projected MAXIMUM ANNUAL Tax Rate Impact on Northwest ISD Homeowners Home Values * Tax Rate Increase $ 0.0375

$ 50,000 $ 9.38 $ 100,000 $ 150,000 $ 200,000 $ 250,000 ** $ 300,000 $ 400,000 $ 500,000 $ 600,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 28.13 46.88 65.63 84.38 $ 103.13 140.63 178.13 215.63 Projected MAXIMUM MONTHLY Tax Rate Impact on Northwest ISD Homeowners Home Values *

Tax Rate Increase $ 0.0375 $ 50,000 $ 0.78 $ 100,000 $ 150,000 $ 200,000 $ 250,000 ** $ 300,000 $ 400,000 $ 500,000 $ 600,000 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 2.34 3.91 5.47 7.03 $ * - Tax rate impacts calculated on the home value less $25,000 mandatory homestead exemption. ** - Average market value of Northwest ISD residences in 2016 is $248,334 per local appraisal district. 8.59

11.72 14.84 17.97 Committee Recommendation Recap LRPC Recommends NISD Board of Trustees Call May Election for $399 million. Important Dates Monday, February 13, 2017 On Agenda for Board to Call Bond (Friday, February 17 is the Deadline to Call Election for May 2017) Voter Education Efforts: February May 6, 2017 Deadline to Register to Vote: Thursday, April 6, 2017 Early Voting: Monday, April 24 Tuesday, May 2, 2017 Election Day: Saturday, May 6, 2017 Total Recommended Bond Package $398,840,184 Student Population Growth (66%) New Facilities, Replacement Facilities, Expansions & Land Acquisition $263,991,892 Aging Conditions of Existing Facilities (8%) Furniture, Roofing, Code Compliance, MEP, Fire Alarms & Water Intrusion $32,268,437 Safety & Security of our Students & Staff (4%) Secure Entrances, Door Hardware, Access Control, Security Cameras, Intercom & Phone Systems $14,081,601 Technology Infrastructure & Devices (9%) Infrastructure & Backbone, Student & Staff Device Refresh, Virtual Desktops $35,396,935 Advancing Student Programs (13%) CTE, Athletics & Fine Arts $51,101,320 Discussion

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