Oakland Unified School District 2020 Facilities Master Plan
How can you inform the plan? Join us as OUSD hosts community meetings to share information and hear your input!
Tuesday, January 28, 6-8pm
West Oakland Middle School (WOMS)
991 14th St, Oakland CA, 94607
Monday, February 3, 6-8pm
Oakland Tech High School
4351 Broadway, Oakland, CA, 94611
Tuesday, February 11, 6-8pm
Coliseum College Prep Academy (CCPA)
1390 66th Ave, Oakland, CA, 94621
Additional Board Member-hosted engagements will also be scheduled in addition to the meetings listed above.
What is a Facilities Master Plan?
A school-district’s Facilities Master Plan (“FMP”) describes a set of building and renovation projects that a district will pursue to support its educational mission. The Facilities Master Plan provides a road map for school district investment and enables a district to secure independent funding through state and local grants and financing, including a General Obligation School Bond. Example projects that occur under a Master Plan include:
Facilities Master Plan Guiding Principles
Facilities Master Plan Process
The Facilities Master plan process involves gathering data and inputs from previous work streams, and validating and analyzing that data to ensure we have an accurate understanding of the facility use and condition at each site. These will help inform the 2020 Facilities Master Plan, which will inform tactical plans and projects, as well as enable the district to secure independent funding through local and state grants and financing, including a General Obligation bond.
Implementing an Equitable Process
Smart Asset Management
The Smart Asset Management process is designed to help the district better manage its physical assets and prioritize funds and projects over time. The process is directly born out of Board Policy 7350 and involves collaboration with the Board, City-Wide Plan process, 7/11 process to determine the highest and best use of all school sites with the goal to support District programs and services and provide students with safe, secure, healthy, innovative learning environments.