Hayward USD | AR 7131 Facilities
Relations With Local Agencies
Relations with the City/County Regarding Land Development
The Superintendent or designee shall provide planning agencies with:
1. Regularly updated copies of the district's master plan for facilities.
2. Regularly updated records of:
a. Maximum capacity of each school facility, excluding portable classrooms.
b. Maximum capacity of each school facility, including portable classrooms
c. Current enrollments in each facility.
3. A written response to each tentative subdivision map, environmental impact report or other development plan, or redevelopment plan including:
a. An estimate of student enrollment to be generated by the development at its completion and total occupancy.
b. An estimate of student enrollment to be generated annually in terms of the developer's build-out schedule, as reported to the district by the planning staff.
4. A district plan for managing the growth anticipated from each development, showing:
a. Which school(s) would be affected.
b. A specific plan, with timelines, for housing the total new enrollment at completion of the development.
c. An interim plan, with timelines, for managing the anticipated annual growth of enrollment at each affected school.
Proposed conditions that would mitigate the impact of expected enrollment growth.
The Board of Education may meet from time to time in a 2 + 3 format with the city council to discuss land use planning as it may impact the respective agencies. The actual intervals and meeting lengths will depend on the issues but there should be at least 4 meetings per year.
Regulation HAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
approved: November 18, 1991 Hayward, California
revised: December 11, 2000
revised: October 9, 2013