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The Mountain View Whisman School District (District) is seeking qualified, interested individuals to serve on

a committee of community leaders which will serve as the District Facilities Committee (DFC) to provide input

and recommendations regarding the District facilities master plan for the elementary school campuses.

In June 2012, local voters passed a bond measure which provides funding for safe, efficient and modern

facilities for the District. To date, the District has completed modernization projects at both middle schools and

has completed designs for new construction projects at the middle schools. As the District begins planning for

the elementary schools, key issues must be considered, including: 1) demographic trends, 2) the establishment

of two schools at Castro Elementary School effective for 2015-16 school year, 3) consideration of opening an

elementary school campus in the Whisman/Slater neighborhood, and 4) facilities needs. These issues impact

enrollment, facilities, and budget for the entire District and necessitate a review and possible adjustment of the

master facilities plan.

The DFC responsibilities include the following: (1) represent the community as a whole in the process of

evaluating the Student Facilities Improvement Plan and updated elementary school needs assessments, (2)

consider potential schedules and proposed budgets to make recommendations on standard project lists, (3)

examine prioritized implementation schedule and initial budget allocation for each elementary school site, and

(4) review the impact of programmatic changes at Castro and potentially reopening a school in the Whisman/

Slater neighborhood and how that influences the facilities master plan. The DFC will make recommendations

on specific facilities master plan related issues as requested by the Superintendent and inform the public about

the recommendations.

To the extent possible, participants will include the following:

• Parents, including representatives from the following: an elementary school, a middle school, PTA,

School Site Council, or English Learner Advisory Committee

• Community members residing in the Mountain View Whisman School District

• Principals

• Teachers

• Classified staff

Applications and additional information can be downloaded at or may be

picked up at the District Office, 750-A San Pierre Way, Mountain View, CA 94043. Completed applications

should be delivered, mailed, emailed (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or faxed (650-964-8907) to the Superintendent’s

Office of the Mountain View Whisman School District.

Applications and additional information can be downloaded at here.

DFC Frequently Asked Questions

DFC Summary

FYI - the previously attached 1-page communication summaries from the Boundary Advisory Task Force (BATF) and the District Facilities Committee (DFC) are livingdocuments that will continue to adapt as the discussions unfold.

2015 Meeting Dates

January 29, 2015  Agenda  Agenda Packet1, Part2  Minutes   
February 26, 2015  Agenda
Agenda Packet Minutes Video
March 12, 2015  Agenda Agenda Packet Minutes  
March 31, 2015 Agenda Agenda Packet Minutes  Video
April 23, 2015  Agenda Agenda Packet Minutes
May 14, 2015  Agenda Agenda Packet Video
May 21, 2015 DFC Presantation Packet
DFC Presentation
May 28, 2015  Agenda Agenda Packet