U-CF district seeks public input on its outdoor facility plans
By J. Chambless
On Jan. 10, the Unionville-Chadds Ford
School District sent out inquiry emails to district families, seeking
input on the building of outdoor facilities.
Rick Hostetler, the supervisor of buildings and grounds, wrote, “The district is in the beginning phase of a Facility Master Plan for the athletic and other outdoor facilities at the High School/Middle School and Unionville Elementary campuses. A goal of this master plan is to work in concert with the recently completed Long Range Facilities Plan, which focuses primarily on district-owned buildings and building projects over the next ten years. Ultimately, at the conclusion of this effort, the school district will have a dynamic document outlining the current state of the outdoor facilities, and a plan which will guide the development and improvement of the two campuses over the next ten years in a comprehensive and fiscally responsible manner.”
The online survey is intended to “identify the strengths and weaknesses of the high school/middle school and Unionville Elementary School campuses, and plan for the future evolving needs of the district and the community,” Hostetler wrote. “We welcome your input in this process. … For those who take the time to complete the survey and give us the necessary contact information, your name will be included in a drawing for a Unionville Spirit Wear sweatshirt (five to be awarded). We are asking for all responses by Jan. 19, 2018,” Hostetler concluded.
Visit this link to see a layout of the
current facilities at the High School/Middle School
Visit this link to see a copy of the Long Range Facilities Plan:
Visit this link for more background information on why the study is necessary:
To complete the facility survey, click