Facilities Master Plan

Citizen Facilities Task Force 

A citizen Facilities Task Force will develop a plan to transform the District. The Task Force will be looking at enrollment trends, community demographics, repair/improvement needs of the buildings, boundaries, etc. The Task Force will present a recommendation to the Board of Education in May 2023, which may include boundary changes, school/building closures, school additions, etc. The Board of Education will vote on recommendations in early June. Implementation of the Board approved recommendations would not begin until after the 2023-24 school year.

Task Force Members

Patty Albers
James Anderson
Abby Brezinski
Joan Brusky
Rashad Cobb
Dan Ditscheit
Amanda Garcia
Jim Genrich
Lavesa Glover-Verhagen
Eric Hagedorn
David Harswick
Casey Hicks
Kate Hogan
Said Hassan
Ben Krumenauer
Jean Marsch
Kathleen McKee
Ron Metzler
Sawyer Moens
Patrick Quinn
Brandon Yellowbird-Stevens
Jill Thiede
Mike VanLanen
Andrew Vissers
Reed Walsh
Genevieve Winkler 

Task Force Meeting Dates
Date Time Location
January 11 6:00-8:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m. optional tour 
Baird Elementary School
539 Laverne Drive
January 25  6:00-8:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m. optional tour 
Eisenhower Elementary School
1770 Amy Street 
February 8  6:00-8:00 p.m.  District Office Building, 200 S. Broadway, Room 138 A&B
February 22  6:00-8:00 p.m.  District Office Building, 200 S. Broadway, Room 138 A&B
March 8  6:00-8:00 p.m.  TBD 
March 15  6:00-8:00 p.m.  TBD 
April 5  6:00-8:00 p.m.  TBD 
April 19  6:00-8:00 p.m.  TBD 
Monday, May 8  5:30 p.m.  District Office Building, Board Room 

All meetings are open to the public for observation only.

Public Comment

Stakeholders who would like to provide comments to the Board of Education regarding the Facilities Master Plan process should submit them in writing by completing the form 

Public Comment Form Regarding Facility Master Plan

ATS&R's Presented Final Reports to Board of Education - January 9, 2023

On January 9, 2023, the Board of Education received the final reports from ATS&R, which outlined its findings regarding the District's facilities. The reports depict a year-long effort of evaluating the District's facilities including mechanical systems, instructional learning spaces, enrollment and capacities, transportation, safety and security, technology, and future programming needs. Within the reports, all school blueprints are redacted for safety reasons.

Reports:
-GBAPS 22000 Facility Assessment Vol2B -Early Learn and ES
-GBAPS 2200 Facility Assessment Vol1A -EDAD PROCESS AND SUMMARIES
-GBAPS 22000 Facility Assessment Vol2A -FCI Overall Summary


Community Engagement Sessions & Survey 

Parents, staff, students, and community members were invited to share their vision for the Green Bay Area Public School District (GBAPS) at community engagement sessions on February 28 and March 2, 2022. ATSR Planners, Architects, and Engineers facilitated the sessions. This was the first step in their effort to develop a 10-year facilities master plan for the District. 

If you missed the community engagement sessions:

Link to Presentation l Spanish
Link to Video Recording of Presentation

ATSR will be sharing the survey responses and those from the Community Engagement Session at the March 28th Board of Education Operations Committee meeting.

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A Roadmap to 2032

With the 2017 referendum, the Green Bay Area Public School District began the process of updating multiple schools to meet the instructional needs for today and tomorrow. Updates included more natural light, flexible furniture, individual and small group workspaces, technology, etc. However, efforts were paused due to COVID-19.  
 
The Green Bay Area Public School District has retained ATSR Planners, Architects, and Engineers to study the District's facilities, and with stakeholder input (staff, students, parents and community members) develop long-term recommendations to present to the Board of Education. The study will provide recommendations regarding mechanical systems, instructional learning spaces, enrollment and capacities, transportation, safety and security, technology, and future programming needs. 
 
The District will use ATSR's report to aid in making essential decisions to shape the District and its facilities to meet our community's vision. 
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