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School Facility (schoolFacility)


Definitions

Source: Handbooks
An installation in which preschool, elementary and/or secondary instruction is provided; includes all buildings, structures, and other stationary items that are located on a single site or on contiguous or adjacent sites and that are used for school activities.


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Addition Year

Addition Year

Source: Handbooks
The year the construction on the addition was completed.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Address Type

Address Type (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The type of address listed for an individual or organization.

Code Set:

  • Mailing address - N/A
  • Shipping address - N/A
  • Physical location address - N/A
  • Other home address - N/A
  • Employer's address - N/A
  • + 2 More Codes...
Annual Hours of School Operation-After School

Annual Hours of School Operation-After School

Source: Handbooks
The number of hours that a building is open after regular school hours for its school related programs and operations over a twelve month period.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Annual Hours of School Operation-Before School

Annual Hours of School Operation-Before School

Source: Handbooks
The number of hours that a building is open before regular school hours for its school related programs and operations over a twelve month period.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Annual Hours of School Operation-Regular School Hours

Annual Hours of School Operation-Regular School Hours

Source: Handbooks
The number of hours that a building is open during regular school hours for its school related programs and operations over a twelve month period.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Annual Hours of School Operation-Summer Session

Annual Hours of School Operation-Summer Session

Source: Handbooks
The number of hours that a building is open during the summer session for its school related programs and operations over a twelve month period.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Annual Hours of School Operation-Weekend Hours

Annual Hours of School Operation-Weekend Hours

Source: Handbooks
The number of hours that a building is open during weekend hours for its school related programs and operations over a twelve month period.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Apartment/Room/Suite Number

Apartment/Room/Suite Number (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The apartment, room, or suite number of an address.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Audit Type

Audit Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of systematic review or audit of facility quality, management, decision making processes, controls, schedule and cost.

Code Set:

  • Building commissioning - A systematic review of the quality and operation of a new or substantially improved building to ensure that it functions according to its design and construction specifications.
  • Financial audit - A systematic review of the approved budget and actual expenditures and encumbrances.
  • Fiscal audit - A systematic review of the capacity of a school district or municipality to generate and sustain funds to support plans, projects, or other requirements.
  • Management audit - A systematic review of the decision-making, staffing, contracts, and governing procedures.
  • Other - N/A
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Authorizing Entity Name

Authorizing Entity Name

Source: Handbooks
The name of the organization that has ultimate responsibility for policy and operational decisions for an educational institution.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Authorizing Entity Type

Authorizing Entity Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of organization that has ultimate responsibility for policy and operational decisions for an educational institution.

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  • Charter board - N/A
  • Commercial or other for-profit firm - N/A
  • Federal government - N/A
  • Local (e.g., school board, city council, municipal board) - N/A
  • Other non-profit organization - N/A
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Block Number Area (BNA)

Block Number Area (BNA)

Source: Handbooks
The informal description of location sometimes used in rural areas, for example, "from the highway to the railroad tracks."

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  • No option list available - N/A
Bond Interest Rate

Bond Interest Rate

Source: Handbooks
The interest rate payable by the issuer to the buyer of the bonds.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Bond Term

Bond Term

Source: Handbooks
The length of time in years during which a bond may be repaid.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Bond Year

Bond Year

Source: Handbooks
The year in which a bond must be repaid.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Building Type

Building Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of building in which a school is located.

Code Set:

  • Church - N/A
  • Commercial office building - N/A
  • Commercial warehouse - N/A
  • Community center - N/A
  • Public school building - N/A
Building/Site Number

Building/Site Number (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The number of the building on the site, if more than one building shares the same address.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Budget Year

Capital Budget Year

Source: Handbooks
The year for which the project has been approved for expenditures.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Expenditure per School

Capital Expenditure per School

Source: Handbooks
The annual expenditure from capital funds for a school.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Improvement Project Type

Capital Improvement Project Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of capital project as characterized by the kind of alteration, addition, new construction, system or component renewal.

Code Set:

  • Accessibility improvements - Capital projects that address building and/or site deficiencies related to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements.
  • Addition - The planning, design and construction of a permanent structure directly connected to an existing building, with internal access between the original building and the addition.
  • Building and site assessment - The due diligence to review and document building and site quality--including environmental testing, condition inspection of major systems, components, evaluation of building performance related to energy consumption, life cycle, security, educational adequacy, and cost of ownership in preparation for capital investment.
  • Building replacement - The complete demolition of a building and the reconstruction of a like purposed building on the same site.
  • Component or systems replacement - The replacement of an individual system or component.
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Capital Project Actual Completion Date

Capital Project Actual Completion Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the project is determined to be at substantial completion.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Change Scheduled Completion Date

Capital Project Change Scheduled Completion Date

Source: Handbooks
The revised day, month and year that a capital project is scheduled to be completed such that the owners may safely occupy or use the building, system, or space.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Change Start Date

Capital Project Change Start Date

Source: Handbooks
The revised day, month, year for the start of a capital improvement project.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Delivery Method

Capital Project Delivery Method

Source: Handbooks
The method for packaging, contracting, and managing capital improvement projects.

Code Set:

  • Construction management - A method by which a project is divided into several bid packages without a general contractor responsible for the overall cost and contract for the project. The successful bidders for the specific trades or work enter into a direct contract with the school district. Several bid packages can be bid at one time or spread over time.
  • Construction management at risk - A project delivery system whereby the construction manager agrees to a maximum price contract for the satisfactory construction of a project.
  • Design build - A project delivery method where a single entity is responsible for both designing and constructing a capital improvement project.
  • Design-bid-build - The traditional way of procuring public school design and construction services, where the school district hires an architect to fully design a school or building improvement, puts the construction documents out for competitive bid, and awards a construction contract to the lowest responsible bidder, who will build the school or make the improvement based on the architect's documents and in accordance with the school system's construction contract.
  • Fast track - A method by which a project is bid while portions of the project are still in the design phase. It generally incorporates some aspects of the construction management process.
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Capital Project Expenditure

Capital Project Expenditure

Source: Handbooks
The expenditure of bond proceeds for approved capital projects.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Scheduled Completion Date

Capital Project Scheduled Completion Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which the project is scheduled for completion.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Sequence

Capital Project Sequence

Source: Handbooks
A description of the sequence of work required to complete a major capital project.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Start Date

Capital Project Start Date

Source: Handbooks
The month, day, and year on which a project is approved for expenditures.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Capital Project Status

Capital Project Status

Source: Handbooks
The phases of work required to complete a major capital project.

Code Set:

  • Architect/engineer selection - N/A
  • Beneficial occupancy - N/A
  • Close-out phase - N/A
  • Construction documents - N/A
  • Construction phase - N/A
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Capital Project Work Type

Capital Project Work Type

Source: Handbooks
The type of work required to complete a major capital project.

Code Set:

  • Architect/engineer selection - The process of selecting the architect and engineers who will develop the design for a capital project. The architect and engineers may be involved in developing education specifications and a feasibility study before design.
  • Beneficial occupancy - The users of a facility are able to occupy the new or improved space, even if all "punch list" items are not complete.
  • Close-out phase - The phase of a capital project when final contract requirements have been met and the school system relieves the contractor of further responsibility.
  • Construction documents - The construction documents include all drawings, specifications, and contract information necessary to serve as a set of instructions to a contractor. Complete construction documents allow contractors to provide accurate bids and to construct the project as planned.
  • Construction phase - The phase of a capital project when modernization, replacement, or new construction is under way.
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Census Tract

Census Tract

Source: Handbooks
The census tract number of the school site.

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  • No option list available - N/A
City

City (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The name of the city in which an address is located.

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  • No option list available - N/A
Contruction Year

Contruction Year

Source: Handbooks
The year the building was first constructed.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
Country Code

Country Code (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The unique two digit International Organization for Standardization (ISO) code for the country in which an address is located. (Note: A list of countries and codes is currently maintained and updated by the ISO as ISO 3166 on its website: http://www.iso.org/iso/en/prods-services/iso3166ma/index.html.)

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County FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code

County FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Code (Common Attribute)

Source: Handbooks
The Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) numeric code for the county issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Counties are considered to be the `first-order subdivisions` of each State and statistically equivalent entity, regardless of their local designations (county, parish, borough, etc.). Counties in different States will have the same code. A unique county number is created when combined with the 2-digit FIPS State Code.

Code Set:

  • No option list available - N/A
  • 01001 - Autauga
  • 01003 - Baldwin
  • 01005 - Barbour
  • 01007 - Bibb
  • + 3277 More Codes...