The Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent’s Facility Advisory Committee met again on Tuesday (Feb. 19) to continue the business of analyzing long-range facility needs to envision schools of the future and ensure that LPS wisely accommodates student growth into the next 7-10 years.
The full Advisory Committee spent much of their time Tuesday dividing up and working in subcommittees. Those subcommittee groups are:
Subcommittee members in each group receive a great deal of data and information at each meeting, for example, the New High Schools Subcommittee learned that the city’s footprint continues to grow consistently:
For more about presentations, to ask questions, to find a list of Committee members, meetings and resources, go to: https://home.lps.org/sfac/
The Lincoln Board of Education charged LPS Superintendent Steve Joel with the establishment of the Advisory Committee to review the school district’s facility and infrastructure needs, options and priorities. The Facilities Advisory Committee – with more than 100 Lincoln stakeholders – will meet through the summer and offer recommendations for a thoughtful, community-based plan that lays the foundation for a potential bond issue in 2020.
The Committee is led by three co-leaders:
Published: February 19, 2019, Updated: February 19, 2019