Facility Assessments from the Ohio School Facilities Commission
Warner Middle School
Xenia High School
Presentation from February 29, 2016 Forum
Community Forum - February 29, 2016 Summary of Group Sessions
Presentation from March 16, 2016 Forum - Part 1
Presentation from March 16, 2016 Forum - Part 2
Community Forum - March 16, 2016 Summary of Group Sessions
Presentation from April 5, 2016 Forum - Part 1
Presentation from April 5, 2016 Forum - Part 2
Community Forum - April 5, 2016 Summary of Comments
Information Sheet on Process - May 2016
Online Survey and Results - May/June 2016
Press Release from OFSC Approving Xenia's Project and Funding - July 2016
Fact Sheet - August 29, 2016
Frequently Asked Questions - September 29, 2016
Concept Drawing Showing Buildings on Site - August 29, 2016
District Newsletter - April 2017 contains Frequently Asked Questions and pictures from the buildings
Don't Be Fooled Flyer - July 2017
District Newsletter - July 2017
Fast Facts Flyer - August 2017
Debt Obligation Explanation - August 2017
Comments from OFCC regarding improvements made to WMS and XHS over last several years
The Facebook post states the District is using 2007 information and not including the improvements to the high school and Warner that have made since then. This is not true.
The District told OFCC officials of the following major improvements to the buildings (as well as some more minor repairs):
1) $1,300,000 energy conservation improvements at the high school.
2) $940,000 roofing at the high school.
3) $32,000 exterior wall masonry repairs at the high school.
4) $54,000 energy conservation improvements at Warner.
5) $548,000 roofing at Warner
6) $105,000 paving at Warner.
Jon Walden, Chief Legal Counsel for the OSFC, on April 26th, 2017, sent an e-mail to a citizen with the concern regarding questions he/she had. He told him/her that despite the improvements the Distrist has made to the middle school and high school, both buildings were still above the 66% threshold and thus both were eligible to be replaced. He reiterated the OFCC policy that allows school districts to replace existing buildings if the renovate-to-replace ratio is above 66%. Both of our buildings are in the 70% range. He concluded by saying that "Both the high school and Warner Middle School are eligible for replacement in the OFCC building program". (And this last statement included the repairs that were made).
Teacher Comments About the Buildings - Comments continue to be added