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News Release
School District 11 to Announce Future Facilities Plans and Implementation Schedule--recorded press conference link - 02/18/21

ALL--you may view the recorded press conference at this link:

Webex meeting recording: FMP Press Conference- Virtual-20210218 2159-1
Password: FtsuVk35
Recording link:


Colorado Springs School District 11 will hold a virtual press conference on Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 3 p.m. to announce the outcomes of the year-long facilities master plan steering committee and plans moving forward. Media may join this press conference at the following link:

As the longest standing school district in Colorado Springs, it’s time to rebuild, reimagine, and rediscover D11! For the past year, Colorado Springs School District 11 has worked with consulting firm, Cooperative Strategies, to develop a long-term Facilities Master Plan (FMP), addressing district facilities’ needs, as well as addressing the declining enrollment challenge in D11. On February 17 during a special Board of Education meeting, The D11 Board of Education will discuss the FMP and the critical next steps to engage the community for feedback and develop an implementation plan. During this press conference, district officials will unveil the plans, which include:

  • Priority improvement recommendations for 31 schools;
  • Rebuild and renovate 15 schools;
  • Provide Career and Technical Education (CTE) renovations at all five high schools;
  • Renovate high school auditoriums; 
  • Replace middle and high school tracks; and,
  • Repurpose seven sites. 

To view the Board of Education presentation, please visit:$file/02172021_BoardWrkSession_FN1.pdf

The District will also share with media the plans to conduct four more community outreach meetings, which will be open to all School District 11 residents, families, and staff members. Those virtual meetings will take place on the following dates, at the corresponding links:


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