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2016-17 Boundary Proposal No. S1a,
Analysis and Community Input

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Proposal Number S1a
Date Submitted August 2, 2015
Submitted By Demographics & Student Assignments Staff
Schools Involved Hallandale Elementary, Gulfstream Middle, Olsen Middle, H. D. Perry Middle, Hallandale Adult & Community Center
IZones Involved Hallandale, Miramar, South Broward
Description

Combine Hallandale Elementary School and Gulfstream Middle School as a kindergarten through eighth grade school on the current campuses of Hallandale Elementary School and Hallandale Adult & Community Center.

Relocate student and adult enrollment of Hallandale Adult & Community Center to the current campus of H. D. Perry Middle School.

Phase in a portion of the current Gulfstream Middle School boundary to Olsen Middle. Moves the current H. D. Perry Middle boundary into New Renaissance Middle OR moves the H. D. Perry Middle boundary into McNicol Middle and New Renaissance Middle.

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Considerations Reviewed

Class Size Impact This proposal is not anticipated to have an impact on Class Size.
Level of Service Impact This proposal is not anticipated to have an impact on Level of Service.
Enrollment Impact The kindergarten through eighth grade enrollment of Hallandale Elementary and Gulfstream Middle is anticipated to be easily accommodated by combined capacity of Hallandale Elementary and the Hallandale Adult & Community Center site.
Diversity Impact No impact.
Feeder Pattern Impact This proposal creates a perfect kindergarten through eighth grader feeder pattern by transferring the mis-aligned portion of the middle school boundary to Olsen Middle.
School Proximity Impact No impact.
Neighborhood Integrity Impact No impact.
Natural Barrier Impact No impact.

 


Responses:

1.   Diana SIlva at 05:53 PM on 10/7/2015
I think that this is a great distribution and I'm excited to see what will happen with this proposal. It's a very long time coming.
2.   Daniel Imbriale at 07:43 AM on 10/20/2015
Will the Campus ( Hallandale Adult ) be completed with the Need Assessment Money ? According to the summary 4 Buildings need replacement, will this work be going on when and if we are in session in 2016,or will this work be completed before we move in and start in 2017 ?
3.   Daniel Imbriale at 08:18 AM on 10/20/2015
Will all Staff members from GMS go over to the new School ? How will this work as a K-8 School with 2 sites ?
4.   Steven Carlo at 09:34 PM on 11/18/2015

As a member of the Gulfstream Middle School faculty for the past seven years, I consider myself a staunch advocate for having a more equitable facility for our students. However, I was blindsided when the district meeting was held at our site on 11/18/15 to explain the impact of relocating Gulfstream Middle School to the Hallandale Adult Facility and combining with Hallandale Elementary to form a K-8 school in the Hallandale Community.

We were informed that under the current plans, if approved, every member of the Gulfstream faculty would all have to apply for jobs at the new site while Hallandale Elementary faculty would not have to do the same. The faculty from Hallandale Adult would not have to apply for jobs at their new site, either. We believe that the semantics utilized to define the situation is not equitably applied to all school board employees affected by this boundary change. (Relocation, Repurposing, etc.)

Gulfstream Middle School is more than a building. Gulfstream is a family, a part of the Hallandale Community, each one of us is dedicated to the students and the families that we serve. As a result of our desire to have a gymnasium, single point of entry, and more for our students, the faculty members are being unfairly treated by not being relocated with the zoned students.

I truly believe that this is an unintended consequence that has not been fully considered by all stakeholders. The parents and students at Gulfstream choose to have their students here because of the family atmosphere and strong instructional focus we have built. If the parents and students are informed that the Gulfstream faculty does not move with the students, I believe that they will be as blindsided as we were when we got the news in our meeting just today.

It also claims not to have any impact on the level of service which will not be accurate. Teachers that are annual contract will be unsure about their ability to get a position at the new Hallandale K-8. This will force several of our high quality younger teachers to seek employment in other schools for fear of being left out in the cold. We have 37 Instructional staff at this school and 27 of them are on this annual contract. How do you expect the current level of service for the remainder of this school year not to be affected by this uncertainty when the District staff themselves are telling our teachers to fill out transfer paperwork in January? Previous to this new information at tonight's meeting, many of the faculty and staff at Gulfstream MS were rather excited about the proposal but that mood took a very negative turn.

5.   Bonnie Maya at 06:40 AM on 11/19/2015
I have been a teacher at Gulfstream for 7 yrs. and at present, Gulfstream’s Teacher of the Year. We have grown and improved our school through hard work and collaboration. It is the people who have made this difference, not a building. In keeping with my desire to provide the best for our students, I agree with the move to a better building with labs and sports facilities. However, if the combining of H. Elementary and Gulfstream does not consist of RELOCATION of our students along with the faculty, I feel that the impact of present services would be severely negatively impacted for all community stakeholders. It is entirely UNFAIR that Gulfstream teachers will, in effect, be left without a job and be required to re-apply to the new K-8 Center, which is not required of the Elementary School’s faculty. As of today, 11/18/15, we don’t even know to whom we would be directing our application in March. We don’t even know if we would have one or two principals, much less who they might be. We see it as unfair that the wording of “Repurposing Gulfstream” (which will not actually happen for another year or more) was used. Using the language, “RELOCATING” or “COMBINING” apparently would assist in the problems with bargaining units. Our interest is that our students move to a better physical layout and facilities along with their teachers who have facilitated their learning and academic success. Our COMBINING the schools into a K-8 center should be equitable and beneficial for all stakeholders, including the STAFF. We ask for fair treatment for our faculty, but most of all for our students. They deserve to continue with the people who have sacrificed so much to make their school what it is today. THEY DESERVE to have those same teachers continue in their education. The problem I outline here, I believe, was a unfortunate oversight that can be corrected.
6.   Ashley Ronnan at 08:22 AM on 11/19/2015
For almost a decade my blood, sweat and tears pour into the students, families, and Hallandale community. I have built relationships with local business partners as well as the local police and firefighters. I have not just simply been a bystander at GMS, rather I have flourished, like my students, professionally, but more importantly as a person. As a graduate of Hallandale High school, I have chosen to give back to a community that gave me opportunities I never imagined possible. I greatly support relocating Gulfstream Middle school to the Hallandale Adult Center because my students, their families and the community of Hallandale Beach deserve a facility that can foster more than just academic growth. Transforming Gulfstream from a D school to an A school deserves recognition of students. A school with a gymnasium and the safety of a single point of access, should not come at the cost of losing the security the student already have with the dedicated staff that currently keeps them safe.
It is demoralizing to know I must trade my job for my students to have a new facility. It takes a village to raise a child and a village take people who want to be there. I want to continue working at Gulfstream Middle school. I am aware that I will have a career as an educator, but I don’t just want to be a teacher somewhere. I want Gulfstream.
Please change the proposal to allow teacher positions to transfer to the new location of the Gulfstream students. We are more than a building. We are a family. Fall the sake of all stakeholders, please revise.
7.   Amanda Mendoza at 09:28 AM on 11/19/2015

We are the 8th grade ESOL Class at Gulfstream Middle School. Although we will not be in Gulfstream next year, we care about our school and the students who will be coming here. Therefore, we unanimously agree that the teachers should be transferred with the students when they are relocated to Hallandale K-8 Center. The teachers here are very responsible and prepared to work as educators. It is not fair that they have worked for years and are then let go to apply again. The same teachers that work here should be the same teacher involved in the new project. The teachers have a lot of experience and they do a great job. We should not have to lose teachers from an “A” school who have proved they are good. It is totally unfair that teachers may lose their jobs. The move to better facilities is a good idea. There would be sports fields and laboratories, but without the great teachers we have now, there might not be the same success. We, the students of Gulfstream Middle, wish to have the same teachers who have done a lot of things to teach us well. Their jobs should not be affected. If the students are transferred to the new school, the teachers should also be transferred and not just lose their jobs because they are part of the school. Gulfstream students should move to better place with their teachers, because they make up Gulfstream Middle School together. Signed- Georgy, Raphael, Gabriela, Amanda, Valentin, Andrea, Franco, Mateo, Nancy, Maria, Andrea R, Ximena, Ricardo 8th Grade ESOL Class.
8.   Nataliya Dryakhlova at 01:57 PM on 11/19/2015
The proposed combining of Gulfstream Middle with Hallandale Elementary is a positive move. We were told that teachers/staff will have no job and will have to re-apply to the K-8. A better facility is good for the children. However, YOU cannot take the students and leave the teachers and staff who actually made Gulfstream Middle school what it is today. YOU would just disrespectfully ignore and erase all our hard work, and I mean it was really-truly hard work to create the Gulfstream Middle proud family. Family who cares!
Our output was above and beyond the requirements for the job. WE (teacher and staff) earn the respect and trust of our community. WE created in students’ and parents’ minds the belief that there are good opportunities and rewards for all their hard work. But this unfair situation just shows YOU didn’t take teachers into consideration and sends an opposite message. YOU show teachers and staff of our school and other schools in Broward County how little YOU care about their hard work.
Be fair and take our teachers and staff with our students and let them continue teaching/learning that hard work will be rewarded.
9.   Patrica Ornellas at 03:19 PM on 11/19/2015

I'm currently a parent of a 7th grade ESE student who attends Gulfstream Middle.
I chose to send my daughter to GMS because of its family like quality which is difficult to come by. The teachers and staff make a POSITIVE difference in my child's life everyday. They are compassionate, devoted, and work hard everyday to provide a safe environment and a stellar education for all of their students. They don't only impact my daughter's life but many other ESE and regular students.

It is disappointing to hear that the plan is to repurpose Gulfstream which requires the teachers and staff to re-apply to the K-8 Center. What's most upsetting is the fact that the Elementary School staff is not required to re-apply. This seems unfair. I'm asking as a parent and an educator myself to reconsider your proposal and let the GMS teachers and staff transfer to the new location. They are a family not just a building.

10.   Hailey Snyder at 03:58 PM on 11/19/2015
Hi, my name is Hailey Snyder, a student at Gulfstream Middle school. Gulfstream Middle School should not change location or be paired with an elementary school because of the teachers having to re apply for their jobs.This matters because they might not get hired again, and they all deserve their jobs.Mrs.Conner, for example has been with Gulfstream since the beginning and has worked hard ever since, along with many other teachers and staff and they all deserve to keep their jobs.
11.   Mathew Tobon at 04:03 PM on 11/19/2015

If we are going to change the teachers shouldn't have to apply again if they are already teachers. We would miss our teachers and would want to have the same teachers we are used to.

Is it possible to keep our teachers and have the same education we have at Gulfstream Middle School? What will change and what will be the same and the differences besides the environment? Will we have to re apply to the clubs we were in? Is this school going to be torn down or is it going to be used for something else?

12.   Kayla Williams at 04:05 PM on 11/19/2015
Hey,I'm Kayla Williams attending at Gulfstream Middle this descions the broad made is very good but I don't think the idea of removing all our teachers and putting new ones is a good idea.Even if you move us students let the teachers stay,some just came here they need a chance to prove themselfs that they deserve to be at Gulfstream Middle School.Mr.Carlo, Mrs.Brandley,Ms.Abe etc are the best teachers.Hope you hear my message its very good.
13.   Jordy Navarro at 04:06 PM on 11/19/2015
Hi my name is Jordy and i am a student from Gulfstream middle school,i believe that a relocation would be a terrible idea that can cause a plethora of economic problems with the teachers as well as the student's parents.Such a change can throw the students and their parents off track while possibly causing problems. To add on, if they get rid of the after school program, Memorial, it can effect many kids who attend Gulfstream and in doing so, denying kids the extra hours they may need or can deny them the outstanding after school teachers that do everything in there power to help out kids who need the help. Not to mention that some of our favorite teachers will be forced to either move on to another school or reapply to teach there kids they adore. this kind of change can leave a devastating blow all around that causes more cons than pros.
14.   Nickolas Escobar at 04:11 PM on 11/19/2015

Hi my name is Nickolas Escobar and I am a student from Gulfstream Middle School and I just heard about this change today. From the comments below I see that all Gulfstream teachers have to reapply, but the teachers from Hallandale Elementary do not have to apply, to me this is unfair.

In my perspective if we approve this distribution the school will never be the same as it is. All the teachers that helped me be who I am today and helped me with subjects like math will be gone. How is this change gonna benefit the school in anyway? Gulfstream Middle is also a family as a whole and if this change takes place Gulfstream will no longer be a complete family.

In addition, I have read that there will be no impact in level of service. This change will already destroy a great service, the Youth Force program. So, will this change get rid of the Youth Force program. The Youth Force program has helped me with my homework when I need help. This program has great clubs like Youth Coalition that help the community and participate in academic enrichment activity. Will all great staff and faculty members be gone?

15.   JuanCarlos Rincon at 04:13 PM on 11/19/2015
Hello my name is JuanCarlos Rincon and I go to GMS and I am very sad that we are going to have to move to a new school because i really like this school and the opportunities we have at this school.The opportunities we have here are technology that we can get certified for Microsoft Office, can participate in drone/robot designing,we have P.E. and we can play sports to represent our school.Our school really likes these activites and we also have a after school program its a very awesome one I really like my teachers they are the best teachers in the universe, that's at least my opinion, the teachers I like on my schedule are Ms.Henn,Ms.D.Thomas,Mr.A.Calixte,Mr.C.Calixte,Ms.Petrutz,Ms.Wiezman,Ms.Pommels,and Mr.Mcdaniel. Thank you for reading and have a marvelous day.
16.   Tatyana Irving at 04:21 PM on 11/19/2015
My name is Tatyana I am a student at Gulfstream Middle School and I just found out about the relocation at our school. I want to state why I think that we should not re-apply the teachers to the new school. My first reason is because, at Gulfstream Middle School we have best staff. I want to give some credit to my teachers, principles and the staff in my after school program for the support and encouragement through out the period of time that I have met. The teachers that I want to give credit to is Mr. O'Brien for the encouragement through the technology world. Ms. Henn for teaching and giving me a chance to understand a difficult subject for me. Mr. Pappas for the good words of wisdom every time I hear his voice(that is the principle). Ms. Petrutz for helping understand how to properly write, I also want her to stay because, this year would be her first year at Gulfstream and it would be devastating if she would not be able to stay with us at Gulfstream Middle School. Ms. Jones I really want her to stay because, she helps me with my school work a lot. Lastly, I want my after school counselor Ms. Brittany to stay she is very funny, creative, nice and encouraging. Basically, all I am saying is that all the staff at Gulfstream Middle school as well as the after school program staff should stay because, they are all supportive and encouraging.
Questions:
1) When will our school be relocated?
2) Why do the teacher have to re-apply for the job?
3) Why do we have to combine with Elementary students?
4) What was the main purpose of relocating the school?
5) Is the school an outside school or inside?
17.   Irianna Rosario at 04:22 PM on 11/19/2015
A K-8 sounds like a good idea but having the teachers reapply for the job again is a bad idea. The teachers here are great and helpful. They are willing to help each and every student. Even the staff in the office are nice,kind and helpful. There are so many helpful teachers. The parents and students at Gulfstream choose to have K-8 with all of the same teachers. What about the after school program? Would there be a program for students who's parents work late? I think the teachers shouldn't have to reapply for the job. The teachers at Gulfstream middle are great.
18.   Carla Augustin at 04:27 PM on 11/19/2015
I've been at Gulfstream Middle school for three years,this is my last year in this school.Personally all of my seven teachers from six grade to now are wonderful. I read in the comments that all of the teachers from Gulfstream middle school may not be here anymore because they have to reapply and that broke my heart because all those teachers have gone all out for our academics and more.Three great teachers that i have are are Ms. Neunie,Ms.Jones and Ms.Conner,I consider those my great teachers because they have gone all out for us.Every single morning they come from 7:15 to 4:00 and our school ends at 2:15 that is how you know they are dedicated to what they are doing.Ms.Conner is my JFG teacher she teaches me responsibility,honesty, and much more.Honestly if all of the teachers got replaced it will ruin our Gulfstream family and community, and do you guys really want to that? Think about it.
19.   johnathan shortridge at 04:29 PM on 11/19/2015
Why would this new school not want these amazing teachers?Gulfstream middle school has the most amazing teachers I've seen and strive their students for the best. Ms.neunie,Mr.obrien,Mr.charles,Ms.conner, and Mr.carlo are some of the best teachers we have right now. This is a outrageous preposterous idea for these amazing teachers to not still have a job when they move schools. Moving schools is a great idea. But reapplying for their jobs its not one. I love these teachers. All these teachers help you with multiple stuff like life and how life can be beneficial to you. Gulfstream middle school staff and students are family and without our family we wont be complete.
20.   Jay Miller at 04:31 PM on 11/19/2015
Hello my name is Jaya Miller. I attend Gulfstream Middle School.I do not agree with the idea of combining Gulfstream Middle with Hallandale Elementary. For me I am a sixth grader and i just started attending this school. If I had to change schools at only three months into school I would not be happy. I love the teachers here and I love this school. I would love to spend my 6th-8th grade years here without having to combine schools with elementary students.What about all the teachers that have a job here, they will all have to re-apply and might not get their job back. It is not fair for us to have to change schools because of what you think is better for us.What about what we want, because I know I want to stay. I would not want to switch schools because I am already getting use to procedures at Gulfstream Middle. Please reconsider your decisions. Thank you for reading.
21.   Davaughna Williams at 04:35 PM on 11/19/2015
When I heard that we would be moving to a new school and upgrading, I was so happy. However when I read that the people who worked so hard to make sure that we do are best every day, who go above and beyond for us, who come in everyday to make sure that we're prepared for what life has to throw at us and who put in extra time just to make sure that no one is left behind. I was shocked but most of all I was disappointed. That in return this is what they get. One day my teacher said "I teach for the love of kids not for the money. "Another once said "That you'll know when you find what you love because you'll be able to do it every day without ever getting paid." I don't know if I'll ever be able to find another teacher who love and care about us as much as they do.
My question to you is it really necessary that you take away the people that we know and love?
22.   Ashley Rivera at 04:35 PM on 11/19/2015

Hi I'm Ashley Rivera! I'm very upset with this proposal! Gulfstream middle school was fine without having to add Hallandale Elementary! And plus i'm new to this school! I'm in 6th grade and in the pass few months I have noticed how amazing this school is! Really, many of my teachers have helped me a lot. First of all, I wanna start of by thanking my principle Mr. Pappas, he has been a great principle from walking around the hallways to make sure everyone is safe to saying the morning announcements. Teachers have helped me a lot too.

~ Ms.Mcdaniel- She has helped me with science and has been very sweet since day 1!

 

~Mr.Calixte- He has been so funny in class while teaching us! Btw: He Teaches World History.

~Ms.Carey- She is such an awesome and sweet teacher. She supports me and teaches me reading.

And there is a BILLION more reasons to keep these wonderful teachers and this school.

23.   Robert Rivera at 04:37 PM on 11/19/2015
Hi im Robert Rivera and im very sad that Gulfstream Middle School will be closing down because its my first year here and I really like all my teachers especially my science math and world history teachers Ms.Mcdaniel, Mr.Calixte and Ms.hill. they help me when I don't understand something and they make me happy when I'm down.The fact that the school is getting closed down makes me really sad. Without this school I wont be complete because i really like this school. In the new school are they going to have memorial because memorial is one of the funnest places to go after school especially on Friday is when the clubs happen and youth coalition is awesome because we learn alot and do community service.
24.   Evelyn Gutierrez at 04:38 PM on 11/19/2015
Hello my name is Evelyn Gutierrez, I think that our school teachers should be sent to the other school with us because we are used to our teachers that have been here in the pasted years because we are used to the way they teach us. One of the teachers that have helped me a lot was Ms. Pomells from Gulfstream Middle School. She has helped me a lot with my grades and with school because i would not pay attention in class and would always get kicked out of class because i talked a lot and used to talk back to my teachers. Ms. Pomells would tell the teachers who sent me out to sent me to her and when i would go to her class after getting kicked out she would talk to me and teach me life lesson's and would tell me stories about her life and how what i was doing wasn't going to help me in the future. And she would take the time to help me through out her planning time so i could pass the EOC. I passed the EOC and i thank her for taking time to give me extra help. That is why Gulfstream Middle School should take their teachers with them.
25.   Tamia Sue at 04:42 PM on 11/19/2015
I believe that many teachers and staff should stay with a job at the relocated Gulfstream Middle School. I have been going to GMS since 6th grade and these teachers and staff have encouraged us and taught us things that other kids should know.For example, my 8th grade math teacher Ms.Lychelle Jones have given us extra help with our problem areas and put in extra hours than she needs to so her kids can excel.Also, Ms.Karen Pommelles(my 7th grade civics teacher) prepared her students to pass the EOC exam.She gave us quizzes and helpful homework so we would pass the EOC with flying colors.Additionally, Ms.Neunie my technology teacher since 7th grade is continually putting effort in her students that other kids need.For example, she gives out countless study guides and guided practices for us.She stays before and after school everyday similarly to others.Other teachers that have went over and above for students are: Ms.Misogi Abe,Mr.Ernie Charles,Ms.Staci Conner,Ms.Ashley Ronnan,Mr.Steven Carlo, and Ms.Staci Hill.
Some staff members like Mr.Herman Smith,Ms.desiree Felder,Ms.Christine Moss,and Ms.Kienna Knowles should stay staff at the new relocated Gulfstream Middle.These staffs provide Gulfstreamers with many things.For example, if you want to go to the school dance really bad and you don't have money they will use their own money to give to students.Also,they provide care and love that you wont find from any other staff.Gulfstream will never be the same Gulfstream Family without these staffs and teachers.
I believe that these teachers should be given jobs at the relocated Gulfstream Middle School because these teachers in my opinion have been really helpful for the success rate of my academics and well-being.Other kids should have the opportunity to experience this diverse helpful family.
26.   Megan Rubio at 04:44 PM on 11/19/2015
Hi my name is Megan Rubio and I believe that we should be able keep Gulfstream Middle School. I just started as a sixth grader and I was just started learning about the school and also want to be able to teach little kids about it when they join the school.Another reason I hope to keep the school is i don't wan't to have new teachers because i just started to get along with a few of my teachers. One of them is Ms.Carey she is chill and very nice about everything and i don't want to break our relationship if she has to move. So these are the reasons why we should keep the school or at least the teachers.
27.   Kimberley Wilson at 04:59 PM on 11/19/2015
I moved my child to Gulfstream Middle School in the heart of testing season last year, because of being mercilessly bullied at another nearby school. My child was suffering and I was suffering for him. The staff at Gulfstream welcomed us both. Reassured us and helped regain a trust that was long lost. I am deeply saddened that the district would move in such a manner as to effectually degrade and demoralize a group of people who have impacted the community and its children in such a lasting and positive way. They have worked diligently to achieve academic excellence and it seems they are being treated with contempt. I was hoping to bring my youngest here next year but without the reassurance of knowing that this most hardworking and endearing faculty and staff will not assuredly be here, I cannot proceed with confidence. I hope the district will make the necessary adjustments and continue to maintain Gulfstream's standing reputation for family, teamwork and academic success by retaining all its staff during this transition.

 

 

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