In 2002, CCS introduced a new comprehensive Facilities Master Plan (FMP), forged of a cooperative effort between the district and the community to foster increased achievement by providing appropriate accommodations for students and academic programs, building foundations for learning. This FMP was updated in 2016 and most recently in 2022 through a year-long, community led process. The 2022 FMP can be viewed here.
Since then, forty-six district schools, serving more than 22,000 students, within Segments 1, 2, and 3 of the FMP have been renovated or reconstructed into 21st-century learning environments. Future segments of work will require additional financial support from the community.
Beginning in 2016, the district launched a new initiative to upgrade systems in older academic facilities including roofing, HVAC, fire alarm, security, lighting, and a variety of other system upgrades. These initiatives seek to extend the life of older facilities until they can be renovated or replaced through the FMP process. The district will need to secure additional financial support from the community to sustain this work.