Gaining and keeping Public trust is one of the biggest concerns school leaders express as their challenge in their roles. They are often asked tough questions about their Districts current and future needs. Without a clear, concise way of sharing the needs across the district, that public trust can erode.
Whether it’s population growth and the more schools that need to be built, down to the prioritization and timetable of what issues need to be addressed by maintenance and operations.
Facility Insite puts the quantifiable data in the hands of school leaders to answer those tough questions where and when they happen. The campus catalog page has the ability to have lots of the answers for those questions.
A detailed summary of all identified projects broke down by campus, schedule and cost visible through a responsive intuitive dashboard. School leaders can easily drill into projects and compare timelines and projected cost to view essential details at either highest level or down to the individual campus project level.
This key information accurately showcases every identified need and the project cost to address and help leaders stay in control and on top of everything.
Campus Feeder Pattern
Many districts face enormous challenges when trying to decide when to build more schools to account for district growth.
Our campus feeder pattern dashboard makes it super easy to highlight the natural promotion of students from elementary to high school and the planned capacity of each school. With this data being maintained year over year, school leaders can forecast growth and plan for additional facility needs well before schools arrive at or grow near capacity.
It is difficult to maintain all the key statistics for each campus across the district. With Facility Insite, we make accessing those key data figures a breeze.
With our Facility Explorer, district leaders can view all of their campuses at a glance from a smart phone or tablet and easily drill into the specific details of a facility. Instantly know when the facility was built, what the enrollment is, where it’s located and even when the last time it was renovated.
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