Since 1997, Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) has modernized or replaced 31 of the division’s oldest schools and buildings.
Now, the school division’s Office of Facilities Services is in the process of developing a Long-Range Facilities Master Plan and would like to know what the community considers as the most important criteria when prioritizing which schools to modernize or replace in the next 15 years.
You can share your opinion by taking a brief survey.
Survey results will be shared with the Long-Range Facilities Master Plan Steering Committee which will aggregate the community’s input with assessments of facility conditions to develop a prioritization list.
That list will be shared with the community in the spring for further feedback before the Long-Range Facilities Master Plan is presented to the School Board.
To learn more about the process, visit the school division’s Long-Range Facilities Master Plan page.
The last day to take the survey is Nov. 30.