The Hamilton Southeastern Schools’ Facilities Department maintains twenty educational sites and two administrative facilities. Routine maintenance, emergency repairs, grounds maintenance and facility cleanliness are all integral parts of the Facilities Department. The Facilities Department is also responsible for project management and planning for all new and remodeled facilities. This has included adding eight instructional sites since 2001 while still maintaining and updating current facilities.
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The herbicide application detailed below is planned for all Hamilton Southeastern Schools.
The herbicide application will be performed under the supervision of Town of Fishers Assistant Director of Public Works Sean O’Grady, Applicator’s License Number PB219274, Phone (317) 595-3152.
Herbicides will be applied Friday, March 15th through Friday, March 29th after 3:30 p.m. Target of application is preventive broad leaf weed control.
--Snapshot 2.5 GT, EPA REG #62719-175 will be used on landscape beds and mulched areas at all schools.
--19-0-5 w/ .37% Prodiamine, EPA REG #53883-172-57131 will be used on school common areas and athletic fields.
Questions about these applications can be directed to the HSE Facilities Office, (317) 594-4380.
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Facility Plan Video (mp4 video file)
The HSE Board of School Trustees has hired DeJong, Inc. consultants to help the district conduct long-range high school facility planning. The firm will take a leadership role in the process that
The process began in December, 2008 and concluded
in May, 2009.
Prior to making a proposal, DeJong representatives spent a day in the district visiting both high schools and meeting with many members of the staff and high school task force. DeJong has worked with public and private school districts in 40 states as well as around the world. DeJong’s process encourages local input and grass roots involvement.
Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephen Tegarden said, “The Board was attracted to the process because of the way it engages a large percentage of the community in examining the best ways to accommodate future high school enrollment.”
Whether many new families move into the HSE district or not, with larger classes moving up the grades in the system, more space will be necessary to house high school students in the near future. Fishers High School is using five portable classrooms this year, and the Board is moving forward with a 500-student addition to that facility. It includes more classrooms as well as enlarging or enhancing some existing areas such as the cafeteria. Completion is expected in 2010. That would raise that facility’s capacity to 2,500.
At the same time, HSE High School is expecting to grow above its working capacity of 2,300 by 2010-11. A number of options could fill the need for necessary space. In addition, the situation is complicated further by a slowing economy that makes projecting future enrollment growth challenging. Plus, a new state facility funding law now requires a district to conduct a public referendum vote for high school building construction that costs more than $20 million.
To be successful, the high school planning process will need the participation of many parents, staff, students and other community members in a variety of roles.
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