Fairport Forward 2022
About Fairport Forward 2022: Phase II
Vote date: December 13, 2022 at Johanna Perrin Middle School
Message from the Superintendent - Fairport Forward 2022 Update
Join us for Community Information Sessions:
Tuesday, 10/4 - Community CIP Informational Session 1 - FHS Room 512, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 10/12 - Community CIP Informational Session 2 - FHS Room 512, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 10/26 - Community CIP Informational Session 3 - FHS Room 512, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 11/9 - Community CIP Informational Session 4 - FHS Room 512, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 11/29 - Community CIP Informational Session 5 - FHS Room 512, 6:30 p.m.
Monday, 12/5 - Community Walkthrough and CIP Informational Session - FHS Cafeteria, 6:15 p.m.
Message from the Superintendent
Absentee Ballot information
Fairport Forward: Where We Are
Fairport Forward: Where We're Going
Fairport Forward: Dollars & Cents
Fairport Forward: Student Voices
Fairport Forward: Community Pride
Conceptual Designs and Project Highlights
Images and renderings courtesy of LaBella Associates
Renovation of the FHS music education suites
Reconstruction of FHS library and repurposing of existing library space into classrooms and flexible learning spaces
Design, development and construction of a new suite of multi-purpose learning spaces catering to the extensive STEAM programming offered at FHS
Relocation and improvement of the track and field facilities and tennis courts at FHS
A range of updated HVAC, toilet room and infrastructure projects at Brooks Hill, Northside, Dudley and Johanna Perrin
Updated cafeteria and kitchen spaces at Jefferson Avenue
Updated ventilation, ductwork, toilet room and office spaces at Martha Brown
The themes of Fairport Forward 2022 are reflected in these goals:
Staging Fairport High School for a successful merger of our ninth grade students into Fairport High School by renovating existing facilities and creating flexible, modern learning and exploration spaces.
Consolidating District buildings by planning out the migration of Administrative offices into the Minerva DeLand building after students have moved to FHS, then selling Baumer Place and eventually District Office.
Protecting your investment in our facilities by updating infrastructure at Fairport High School and in all of our buildings.
Aligning Our Vision
Fairport Forward 2022: By The Numbers*
• December 2022 Voter Referendum
• $19.2 million Capital Reserve
• 80.2 % Building Aid Ratio
• 70.0% Bond Percentage (Amount of Project Aided at Building Aid Ratio)
• 50% of Aid BAUs from MD will be carried to FHS
• 3 of 5 Tech Classrooms at the FHS Addition will be aided
• Project paid for and aided over a 15 year period
• Values provided by Fiscal Advisors 9/2022
• Aid Assumptions based on previous experience with Facilities Planning
• If NYSED responds to the preliminary submission with less than the percentage of aid assumed, there may be some reduction in scope