Where do we want to be? Where are we going? Where are we now?” and How do we get there?
These questions were the guideposts the Los Alamos Public Schools used in its latest “Five Year, Facilities Master Plan Update,” the annual document that’s required by the Public School Facilities Authority and the the Public School Capital Outlay Council, if the district wants to remain eligible to receive funding assistance from the state for its capital building projects.
The report was presented to the board by Sayre Gerhart, a senior facility planner with Architectural Research Consultants, an Albuquerque firm hired by the district and the school board through the PSFA to carry out this year’s assessment of the district’s 2015-2020 plan.
Information for the report was gathered between April and August.
Sources included members of the general public, county and state agencies, the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce and the Los Alamos National Laboratory Community Programs Office.