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State Relocatable Classroom Program

The State Relocatable Classroom Program (SRCP) was originally designed to meet classroom needs for school districts impacted by excessive growth or unforeseen classroom emergencies. The OPSC implemented the Phase-Out Plan for the State Relocatable Classroom Program (PDF) that was adopted by the State Allocation Board (SAB) at its October 26, 2005 meeting, which outlined a process for the immediate disposal and sale of all State Relocatable Classrooms.  

School Districts – Impact to New Construction Baseline Eligibility

While the program was active, an amendment to the Phase-Out Plan was adopted by the SAB on April 26, 2006, allowing school districts to purchase relocatable classrooms with minimal impact to their new construction baseline eligibility. The following table illustrates the purchase price and pupil grants to be charged:

Year Built Purchase Price Number of Pupil Grants Charged to the SFP Eligibility Baseline and Corresponding Pupil Dollar Value*
K - 6 Grade 7 - 8 Grade 9 - 12 Grade
Pupils Dollar Value Pupils Dollar Value Pupils Dollar Value
Prior to 2001 $4,000 1 $8,738 1 $9,241 1 $11,757
2001 $6,000 1 $8,738 1 $9,241 1 $11,757
2002 $9,000 1 $8,738 1 $9,241 1 $11,757
2003 $12,000 2 $17,476 1 $9,241 1 $11,757

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