Following is the list of Schools in Dublin Unified school district and their student capacity as of June 1, 2017.
Projected Enrollments based on Demographer numbers presented on March 14, 2017
School Capacity including future portables getting installed and Science building coming up in DHS
If Cottonwood Creek is opened as K8 with 600 Middle and 350 Elementary capacity this is what the shortage of numbers for Elementary and Middle is.
If Cottonwood Creek is opened as Full Middle then this is what we are looking at the needs for Elementary. Middle. High is unchanged.
Excerpts from the Demographer report:
Elementary numbers are coming from a total of 1,995 residential units are scheduled to be built within the next seven years. Most of these scheduled residential units are part of the Boulevard which is the single largest planned unit development project within the District. With a current enrollment of 844 students and an actual facility capacity of 800 students, the District will need to address how it is going to house Frederiksen’s projected resident student population.
The Amador attendance area is projected to have the second largest population growth
over the next seven years. Most of the existing housing stock within the Amador ES attendance area was built within the last five years. As of Fall 2016, there was a total of 874 TK-5 students living within this attendance area. A net growth of 641 TK-5 students (73.3% net growth is projected over the next seven years resulting in a total of 1,515 TK-5 students by Fall 2023. In Amador’s current area, there is still a significant amount of residential development units that have yet to get built and some vacant land that could be constructed beyond 2023. Most of this potential residential development is scheduled to be built within the next seven years. A total of 1,536 residential units is scheduled to get built by 2023. With an actual enrollment of 873 TK-5 students and school capacity of 974, Amador Elementary still has some room to absorb some of the potential elementary resident population growth. A new K-8 school site in the Jordan Ranch area is
A new K-8 school site in the Jordan Ranch area is scheduled to open in time for the 2018-19 school year and should help absorb the majority of the projected resident population growth within the current Amador attendance area; boundary adjustments will be necessary.
With a projected net of growth of about 67.1%, the Kolb ES attendance area is expected to
have the third largest growth at the TK-5 level by Fall 2023. In Fall 2016, Kolb ES had 882 TK-5 students living within its attendance area. Kolb ES is projected to grow by 592 TK-5 students resulting with a total student population of 1,474 by Fall of 2022. Like the previously mentioned elementary areas, most of the projected growth in the Kolb attendance area is due to the residential development that is scheduled to be constructed within the next seven years. A total of 523 residential units is scheduled to be built in its area through Fall of 2023. There was a total of 872 enrolled at Kolb Elementary as of Fall 2016. An actual school capacity of 891 does not leave much room for Kolb Elementary to absorb the projected TK-5 student growth within this attendance
area. The District will need to address how it plans to house the additional incoming TK-5 resident students over the next seven years. Most likely, a portion of the Kolb area should be assigned to the new K-8 site scheduled to open in the Jordan Ranch area in 2018-19.
As of Fall 2016, Dublin ES had a total resident TK-5 student population of 811. It is
projected that this attendance area could have a total of 1,163 TK-5 students by Fall 2023. This represents a potential net growth of 352 TK-5 students over the next seven years. A total of 489 residential units is scheduled to get built over the next seven years (mostly multi-family residences) which will help spur this resident student growth. For the most part, the Dublin ES attendance area is composed of well-established older neighborhoods. With a capacity of 1,102, Dublin Elementary should have very little issues housing the projected resident peak population within the next seven years. The addition of a few portables could help address the peak growth or re-directing some students to neighboring Murray ES should help house these additional Dublin ES students over the
next seven years.
The Murray ES attendance area is essentially built out and is mostly composed of older
well established neighborhoods. The resident TK-5 student population is expected to remain stable with a slight projected net growth of about 29 TK-5 students over the next seven years which could result with a total student population around 328 TK-5 students by Fall 2023. There is no residential development scheduled to be constructed within this attendance area over the projection time frame. With a school capacity of 516, Murray Elementary should have no issues housing its projected student population and may be able to help out neighboring Dublin ES.
Dougherty ES had 803 TK-5 students living within its attendance area as of Fall 2016. The
projections indicate that the resident student population could experience a net growth of about 167 TK-5 students (20% growth) over the next seven years. This could result with a projected resident student population of about 970 TK-5 students by Fall 2023. With a school capacity of 912, Dougherty Elementary is projected to be slightly over capacity (by about the size of two classrooms). The District may want to consider adding portables to the Dougherty ES site in order to address the projected growth when that time comes.
Green Elementary could also have some room to absorb the project growth within the Dougherty ES attendance area boundary. Green ES is the only attendance area that is projected to experience a net decline over the next seven years. However, it is not a decline that is expected to have any significant impact on its resident student population. As of Fall 2016, there were 776 TK-5 students living within Green’s attendance area. The TK-5 resident student population is projected to remain stable over the next seven years with a small decline of about 18 TK-5 students which could result with 758 TK-5 resident students by Fall 2023.