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Educational Specifications for Buildings and Sites

See Policy Primer Vol. 17 #4 09/09/03  See Policy Primer Vol. 17#5 09/09/03  Code No.  801.3

Buildings and sites considered for purchase or construction by the board or currently owned by the school district and used for the education program must meet, or upon improvement be able to meet, the specifications set by the board.  The board will make this determination.

Prior to remodeling or other construction of buildings and sites, the board may appoint a committee of consultants, employees, citizens, or others to assist the board in developing the specifications for the new or improved buildings and sites.  These specifications will be consistent with the education program, and they will provide the architect with the information necessary to determine what is expected from the facility.  It is within the discretion of the board to determine whether a committee is appointed.

The education specifications will include, but not be limited to, the financial resources available for the project, the definition and character of classrooms, the functional use to be made of the rooms, description of specialized needs, and other pertinent information as the board deems necessary.

It is the responsibility of the superintendent to make a recommendation to the board regarding the specifications of buildings and sites.

 

Legal Reference:          Cedar Rapids Community School District, Linn County v. City of Cedar Rapids, 252 Iowa 205, 106 N.W.2d 655 (1960).

                                    Iowa Code §§ Ch 26; 280.3, .14; 297; 544A (2013).

                                    1974 Op. Att'y Gen. 529.

 

Cross Reference:          801      Site Acquisition and Building Construction

 

Initially Approved 03-08-1999                              Last Reviewed 03-10-2014                   Last Revision                   

 

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