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    The purpose of the Greenville ISD Citizens Advisory Committee is to evaluate current and future needs and develop a comprehensive plan to address district growth and facility conditions to support quality educational programs. The committee will provide facility recommendations to the Greenville ISD Board of Trustees after a thorough assessment and analysis of relevant data. 


    The Greenville ISD Citizens' Advisory Committee members include parents, non-parents, campus staff, community members, business owners, church leaders, and grandparents to provide a mix of backgrounds and geographic representation across GISD.


    ● Develop and prioritize potential projects for safety and security, new construction, renovations/additions, technology infrastructure upgrades, and other areas that may arise from community input
    ● Assess and prioritize the district’s current and long-term facility needs, including:
         ο   Energy efficiency and sustainable features
         ο   Building age, safety, capacity and condition
         ο   Evolving educational delivery and programs
         ο   Technology infrastructure
         ο   Technology classroom needs
         ο   District enrollment trends
         ο   Review land needs
         ο   Review use of portable buildings


    ●   Consider the educational needs of all students 
    ●   Align recommendations with the district’s mission, vision, and goals
    ●   Meet the educational requirements of the district while supporting and aligning facility improvements
    ●   Identify and prioritize facilities visions/needs
    ●   Consider the district’s current financial position and remain fiscally conservative
    ●   Provide recommended solutions to address student population growth, aging facilties, and evolving education


    The committee will review and conduct the following:

    ●   Tour school facilities to gain an understanding of building and infrastructure needs
    ●   Review future educational program needs
    ●   Review facilities assessments provided by a facility expert, architects, engineers and staff
    ●   Review city and county population data and enrollment projections
    ●   Review community development information
    ●   Review GISD financial data
    ●   Review funding requirements and options
    ●   Review the results of parent and community surveys
    ●   Consider other data relevant to creating and maintaining learning environments that align with the district’s mission, vision, and goals
    ●   Develop a set of recommendations for the GISD Board of Trustees to consider

Upcoming Meetings

  • All meetings begin at 5:30 p.m. with an expected end time between 7:30 and 8:00 p.m.

     Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021
    • Wesley Martin Admin. Building
    • Bond Finance & First Round of Prioritization

    Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2021
    • Wesley Martin Admin. Building
    • Survey Results, Cost Analysis & Second Round of Prioritization (could be final)

    Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2021
    • Wesley Martin Admin. Building
    • Final Recommendation and/or Review Recommendation Presentation