Facility Master Plan
Every five years, Fulton County Schools creates a capital plan to address facility improvements as well as the technology, transportation, furniture and safety upgrades needed to support learning. As part of this work, the school system is creating its next Facility Master Plan.
MGT Consulting and Parsons, two education consulting firms with expertise in this area, were contracted to assess the physical condition and educational adequacy of every facility owned by the district. Their findings were shared at the March 9, 2021, School Board work session, which can be reviewed under "Resources."
Fulton County Schools invites the community to be involved and give their feedback.
- First, take a few minutes to watch the explainer video below (and/or review the information under “Resources.”)
- Next, provide your thoughts through this survey [SURVEY NOW CLOSED] on where Fulton County Schools should focus its facility master plan priorities.
We are involving a variety of stakeholder groups (such as parents, teachers and staff, elected officials, and leaders in the business, faith, and non-profit communities) to ensure a strong representation of community input. Our engagement process emphasizes a blended approach that allows the public to participate at their comfort level, either in-person or completely online.
Meetings & Webinars
Meetings held at the North Learning Center and South Learning Center also will be be broadcast via Microsoft Teams to allow participation at home.
Materials Used for All Meetings:
- Community Meeting #1
Monday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m.
FCS North Learning Center
450 Northridge Pkwy, Sandy Springs
watch recorded meeting
- Community Meeting #2
Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m.
FCS South Learning Center
4025 Flat Shoals Road, Union City
- Community Meeting #3
Wednesday, April 28 at 1 p.m.
- Community Meeting #4
Thursday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Those attending in-person are required to wear a face covering and adhere to meeting space maximums so that social distancing can be practiced.
Questions about the facility planning process? Send them here.