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National Register of Historic Places listings in Virginia Beach, Virginia

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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in the independent city of Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 27 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the city, including 2 National Historic Landmarks. Another property was once listed but has been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 18, 2019.[2]
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This meeting of the school board of the city of Virginia Beach is now in session. This is our formal meeting format at this time. I ask that my colleagues and everyone in attendance please, silence your electronic devices and phones and ask my colleagues to acknowledge their presence on the voting board Mr Mcdonald is not with us this evening But this time I'm asking everyone to join me in a moment of silence Please rise as you are able, for the pledge of allegiance I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands. One nation under God indivisible, with liberty and Justice raw We will now proceed with our public awards and recognition with this ride Good evening everybody welcome to an evening of impressive recognition to help us progress through the multitude of honor ease. We ask that you hold your applause until the end of each recognition as a courtesy to all our honor ease. We also kindly ask that you remain until the conclusion of all recognition. We promise it won't take long and you'll be impressed so let's get started our first recognition is for to ocean lakes, high school students who earned a perfect score on the joshua And noah syrup Both are Juniors in the school's math and science academy and achieve the highest possible composite score of 36 on the which test students and English mathematics. Reading and science mentor plays varsity tennis is treasurer of the programming club and serves on the executive board of the newly formed stocks club Serbs to is involved in multiple activities he's President of the junior classical League, as well as the Latin honor society and as a member of the school's varsity scholastic Bowl math honors And hampton roads, scholastic chess club, both are interested in the math science fields. No surprise. There, congratulations on the South standing achievement It's not my crystals Represent our next recognition is for, for Princess anne high school students who earned first place at the Microsoft office specialist state championships, junior carly klaus in place first and powerpoint 20 16 Senior I'm sorry Senior the same you'll plush place first and powerpoint 20 13 Senior Joseph lits won first place in word 20 13 And senior cameron P losh was the top finisher in word. 20 16 Students compete to be the fastest and most accurate finishers in their respective events as state winners. They now move on to the National Championship in orlando. This June, where winners will advance to the world Championship. congratulations We will now recognize indoor track and field state champions. Several students earn state titles and athletics. Let's meet the 20 19 vhs El track and field state champs in class five Princess anne high school senior taye von mitchell is the boy's long jump champion he won the title with an amazing jump of 22 feet. Eight inches Also, winning a state title and classify was salem high school girls. Four by 200 meter relay team. This team included senior cleric hodges sophomore I'll, be a olds freshman andrea armstrong and junior Mickey uh gerrit In winning that state title, this team also set a new state meet record with a time of one minute. 42 point three seconds Yen classics ocean lakes, high school freshman. I need mosley is the girls, one thousand mirror champion, mosley one with an impressive time of two minutes. 58 point 12 seconds Isaiah Carter told wood high school senior is the class six boys, 300 meter, dash champion Carter won his event with a time of 34 point 36 seconds. Congratulations to all of our track and field. champs Next, we recognize the 20 19 Virginia high school League state wrestling champions being the mother of a wrestler myself. I've had the opportunity to watch these wonderful young men compete and they are impressive. Princess anne high school senior clearance Lee Green one a hundred and 13 pound class five Championship. He had a dominating runs when three total pins all in one minute 41 seconds or less Bayside high school senior gabriel tim's finished his senior it finished his season with an amazing 30 wins and zero losses on his road to the class 61 38 pound Championship. He is Bay sides first wrestling state champion since 19 78 Callum highs next sandstone, a senior cruz to the class 61 52 pounds state title with a five O decision following two pens in less than one minute. 37 seconds At last, but not least, we have two champions from first colonial high school senior cold stoddard is the one 45 pound champion in classics. He reached his one hundredth career victory. This season And also from first colonial high school senior riley Parker is the one 13 pound class six champion and the second, wrestler in school history to be a two time state. champ Congratulations wrestlers Let's now meet the two thousand 19 Virginia high school League swim and dive state champions from classics. Kellam high school senior nicole venom, a is the girl's hundred yard freestyle champion. She broke the state record with a time of 49 point 68 seconds Kendall you a notion, lakes high school junior is the boys, 100 yard, backstroke champion The remaining square swim and dive champions are from first colonial high school senior case and will burn won back to back titles in the boy's. 200 yard. Freestyle and 100 yard. Butterfly all while breaking state records For the second consecutive year, sophomore samantha tat or is the girl's state champion in the 200 yard individual medley and 500 yard. freestyle Junior La called uh won the Championship in the girls. 200 yard freestyle and it's a repeat champion in 100 yard. Backstroke tap she's not here, but let's give her a hand like a lot of This is Prime time Tv so I'm sure she's watching ted or and Juniors kirsten godfrey ely colder and likely a mchenry one the girls, 200 yard freestyle relay and broke the state record, while doing it Called the godfrey tagger and senior olivia tillett won the 400 yard freestyle relay. It back to back state title for them and they did it while breaking the event record. Congratulations to all these women. divers Congratulations 20 eighteen Virginia purple star definition school our final recognition is for new castle elementary school and kids feel high school which I wanted the commonwealth first ever purple star designation as suddenly awards for their schools are principal. Heather quinn and melissa George and school counselor jennifer carlson. This award Recognize schools that are demonstrating a major commitment to students and families connected to ours nation military, something particularly meaningful, since we live in the highest military impact state in the country. Furthermore, hampton rose and surrounding cities are the most impacted in all of the commonwealth. These schools, along of six Virginia Beach schools previously recognized, are making an impact for difference, for military children and their families the purple starting Is presented by the Virginia Department of education and the Virginia Council on the interstate compact or the educational opportunity for military children. congratulations Madam chair, this concludes our conditions for the evening Hi Bill I don't want to see thank you no way. I mean, if you shake you thanks for supporting your nephew for them to Maybe that one it's gonna be noisy, though Calls And doctor spence, we look forward to hearing the superintendents report. Thank you and good evening. Madam chair. Woman and members of the board. It is a privilege to be here with you tonight and to share five things. Our community needs to know this month. First it's hard to believe, but the last Beach girls rock workshop of the year will soon be here this event will be held Saturday March thirtieth at salem high school from 8 AM to noon the theme of this event is all the world's a stage take the lead as a reminder the event Open to female students in grades five through eight in their parents interested students can register now on their school. Counseling offices second, there is still time to buy your tickets for the pearls of wisdom oyster, roast and barbecue. This year's pearls of wisdom will take place on Saturday April the sixth at the 20 fourth Street in Atlantic Avenue um Park from one through 5 PM adult tickets are still available for 55 dollars tickets for children ages six to 12 or 15 dollars and every ticket includes an all you can eat buffet of oysters pork barbecue and much more and of course, all the From the event go to support the Virginia Beach education foundation and teacher grants, so we would love to see our community out there and it did sell out last year. So get those tickets early number three as you may know, March is celebrated as music in our schools month and bbc ps is again proud to be hosting the Virginia Beach, all city music festival to showcase the talents of our elementary and Middle school music students on March 20 second, through 20 third, more than 13 hundred students will perform on stage at the sandler Center for the performing arts in five Concerts that are free to the public for a complete listing of times visit the performing arts calendar on bb schools, dot com. It's once against that time is once again that time at number four it's time to look through your pantries and shelves and donate to the Beach bags programme, bbc ps in the Virginia Beach education, founders station will host a Beach bags food drive on Thursday March 28 volunteers will collect donations for the Beach bags program from 10 AM to 7 PM at pembroke mall southern Bank and participating bbc ps schools of course, the Beach Program helps to provide shelf stable meals and healthy snacks to bbc ps students who might otherwise go hungry during weekends and school vacations and finally, at number five. This evening. This is just a calendar reminder for families. Friday March, 20 ninth will be a staff day and in case you were wondering this is not a virtual learning day, so students will not be reporting to school and will also not have virtual assignments to complete. Thank you, madam chairwoman, that does complete my report. Thank you. Doctor spent ce Do we have any speakers on agenda items. This evening. Yes, ma' am we do I'll begin to start by calling three names at a time. I ask that each Speaker come forward, be prepared to take the podium in the other Speaker has concluded, if you have written remarks, if you'd like to provide them to me I'll be happy to add those to the record for you, I also ask that you please hold your applause so that everyone's name can be heard uh we'll begin with donny amanda lizabeth right, then elaine take Good evening. I'm Elizabeth great um the very areas that provide the highest amount of real estate tax revenue There you can hear me now ok. Yes, I'm Elizabeth right I'm gonna be speaking about the allday kindergarten funding. The very areas that provide the highest amount of real estate tax revenue or the very schools that have been denied all day kindergarten to this point. These districts are subsidizing services that they're being denied in my case, my particular school district produces the highest tax revenue from real estate taxes. I personally have been paying these taxes for upwards of 13 years and now that it is time for My child benefit from the services the city seems to not have any money available to fund the service that I'm entitled to real estate taxes are intended to fund education amongst other things. Your selection process for all the kindergarten is inherently discriminatory, as of today. If I want my child to bennett had to have the benefit of allday kindergarten, I have no choice but to send her To a private kindergarten at a cost of upward of 10000 dollars since I'm already carrying a higher tax burden by nature of where I live, I don't feel that I should have to carry this additional expense so that my child can have the same benefit of allday learning. You simply cannot accomplish what needs to be taught in a three hour kindergarten day educators agree that ed k, often outperform their half day peers the time for And emotional development is critical. I urge you to either find it in your budget or asked the counsel for the additional funding and or tax increase. That is needed to implement kindergarten for the remaining schools by the fall of two thousand 19. You have already come to the citizens of Virginia Beach and asked for a tax increase to find allday kindergarten. It was my understanding that two thirds of the money that was supposed to be spent specifically on the implementation was spent on other items. I can Myself to be a fiscal conservative and while I am not even remotely pleased that I may be expected to assume another tax increase. I am willing to accept it with the understanding that all remaining schools with the exception of the three that are undergoing construction will have allday kindergarten. This fall. This issue should be a paramount importance for the board and for city counsel for school system that prides itself on being number one in the state. We sure are behind the curve on kindergarten city Council A lot of money on development projects to benefit tourists and I implore you to remind Council that it is the residents of the city that are paying the taxes in that five million dollars that's needed to implement this plan can either be found somewhere in their budget or needs to be raised. Some other way. I personally think that if they can find money for pet projects, they can find the necessary five million which is a pittance and a bargain compared to what Virginia Beach is used to giving out Thank you for your time John newman, elaine fec et michelle riley Good evening chair woman anderson vice chairman, that doctor spencer, members of the board, my name is dawn newman. I'm, a high school math teacher and Secretary the Virginia education Association once again, it is budget season and I stand here tonight to advocate for employee raises and full day kindergarten through the education Association I've been following the budget conversation. I do not envy the task that you, as a board have to tackle. I understand that once again, the funding of full day kindergarten is an issue that the board must address full day kindergarten is vital and it's imperative that it be fully funded so that all of our elementary schools can offer this important class. I urge you to City Council for all of the funds you need to implement full day kindergarten, quite honestly, this initiative should have been fully funded. Two years ago from the very beginning and initially the school board asked for 14 million and received roughly six million. This board should not have to go back to city Council and beg for more money to finish the job I wonder if the developer of the very expensive way Park will have to keep begging city Council for money. This full day kindergarten initiative must be completed. It is an equity issue. If full day kindergarten, she had me a full day kindergarten is not offered to all of our elementary schools. Do what you must Get the money from city Council to finish the job tax increases are not popular. However, the residents of Virginia Beach must remember that quality schools and vital programs cost money. I urge you to ask city Council to do whatever they must support the children of the Beach. I know that everyone at the diocese recognizes that in school school employees are underpaid. I know that you are appreciative employee contributions to the many accolades the division felt, but it is time to put your words of appreciation into action. You must ask city Council for the funds to give employees a significant pay raise again. I remind everyone that quality schools require quality teachers and Teachers require pay commensurate with their training and responsibilities. All school employees need and deserve a significant race as an employee of the school board. I am asking you to advocate for your employees and asked city Council for the funds to give your employees more than the planned three percent raise words of appreciation only go so far, actions speak louder. If you don't ask for a raise for the employees, you say you value who will tell city Council that full descartes kindergarten needs full funding and tell city Council that the employees who staff the amazing schools in Virginia Beach need a significant pay It may be tough to ask for a tax increase, but everyone knows that the good things in life are not free. Virginia Beach schools are not good. They are great Virginia Beach school employees are not good. They are great. It is time for the school board to ask city Council to do the right thing for our children and fully fund kindergarten and properly compensate school employees. It is time for city Council and the residents of Virginia Beach to do the right thing and fully fund kindergarten and pay the school and police the money they have long deserved sometimes doing. What is right is not easy, but it must be done proved your employees that Matter ask for the funding for full day kindergarten and a five percent raise for your hardworking and deserving school employees Elaine's a Ki t michelle, riley rone, a marsh good evening, I'm elaine fact today and I was here I had the opportunity to speak to you two weeks ago. I have two children in the system and I feel the need to come back. I believe doctor spencer wasn't able to be here um that evening and it appears that the words fell on deaf ears to some of you. I would like to just put everything back into perspective and look at it, like a household budget. I told you two weeks ago um the state of Virginia the entire state of Virginia runs on a 50 billion dollar budget and your estimation Needs at the beginning of this budget cycle is one billion dollars now. I find it extremely hard to believe that you cannot find four point seven or four point. Nine million dollars within that amount of money to fund the full day kindergarten. If that is your priority, I was here two weeks ago to make sure the teachers are getting their raises and that you are finding the money in the budget for that. That is a priority. You are now saying full day kindergarten is a priority that is what you put in your budget that's not what you ask for above and beyond your budget. You need to realize If you do not already, as does everyone in this room, if you ask for a tax increase, that money comes out of the teacher's, paychecks as well, you are negating the very res. You are giving them by asking for a tax increase to fund a full day kindergarten program which, if I understand correctly, will already be implemented over the next two years. You are simply asking to accelerate it. This year, rather than ask for a tap potential tax increase next year, which may be an issue for some of you running for office next year Playing politics with the children with our budgets with our real estate taxes is not a pretty thing. It's not a good idea. It's the optics are bad. Please think carefully about this issue, wants versus needs should not be a hard concept for the people that are in charge of educating our children. It's like taking a high school senior who you let in I'm sorry in the freshman and sophomore year take all electives and then all of a sudden when they apply to College they're seeing your They're asking for dispensation because they didn't take my allergy that's. What your budget looks like. How important is prek has full day kindergarten. How important our teacher raises put that in your budget and ask for something that you don't put your wants to the city Council it's really it's it's not a good luck I'm sorry, please reconsider asking city Council for the money and find it in your own budget. Thank you Thanks uh I get clean again. I ask you to please hold your applause so everyone can hear their name. I have michelle riley next rona marks and then Diana Howard Good evening everyone um it's nice to see all of you. My name is michelle. Riley, a live in the lynn haven district. I have three daughters that attend Virginia Beach city public schools, um blush hearts, I'm Super confused about this in 20 16. You already asked for a tax increase for allday kindergarten and in the past two years there's been a 44 million dollars surplus that could have been used Pay for that this could have already been. It I don't know why you shaking your head because it's just true these its facts, um Virginia Beach, spends about 14900 and 25 dollars per student. The state average is 10900 and eighty dollars per student. So we're already spending about four thousand dollars more per student than the state average and we are not the first in line as far as school ratings were 20 ninth, so we spoke four thousand dollars more per student than the state average and 20 ninth is the best we can do please don't ask city Council for another tax increase for something that you guys should have already written into your budget and for something that there's 40. It was 44 million dollars spent on other things, but chrome books and every single kids hands we're giving a free lunch and breakfast to every kid in title one schools, whether they um meet the requirements for that or not um. we Spending 707 sorry, seven million dollars on technology. This year. Eighty thousand dollars an outside consulting fees. Um three d printers, um water bottle, refilling stations, tosh mahal schools that we can't afford. That are lead standard buildings don't you think we could maybe cut the fat just a little bit somewhere and come up with the money. Instead of asking for another tax increase when the people in Virginia Beach just got 12 years ago, thanks Next, I have run a more so I'm gonna have our Kelly, Walker it's good to see you all here tonight. I'm glad that we have the members present. I am rm R shy frequently post you may have seen my post. I may have reach out to you uh miss anderson is the chair. I speak frequently about the taxes to the city Council, but I've come here tonight to speak to you because I think it's outrageous, outrageous That you're considering asking for another increase and I don't know who is driving that if it's you superintendent spence, who makes more than the Secretary of defense at nearly 200 and 40000, a year, I don't know who is driving this but the all day or full day kindergarten was fully funded. Two years ago. I sat in the Council room where person after person resident after resident approached the microphone and asked the Council not raise the taxes which they did so Point 75 million dollars that was a huge amount of money and you only use two million for full day kindergarten. Allday kindergarten to million you ask for more. You over budgeted you have a habit of over budgeting. You over budgeted two years ago to the tune of 20 million dollars I've read the resolution I got it from ferrell ferrell is very helpful and cooperative. He gives me lots of information. I read the 20 eighteen over budget resolution so if I had those two numbers together 20 million and 24 million, you over but By 44 million dollars 44 million dollars I don't do that in my household and you got six point. 75 million dollars. So this holt, if you add those up it's more than 50 and a half million. This filthy it's more than 15 and a half million. This moment it's more than 15 and a half million and you had that in eighteen months. How can a school board go through eighteen million or in eighteen months go through 50 and a half million dollars. Yes, you, about school buses. Yes, you bought White boards yes, somebody bought seven million dollars worth of software Which I don't know that the teachers want or need, but I told there I'm gonna send him an email and I wanna know what that seven million dollars of software was. We need to pay the teachers fairly. Let me repeat that again we need to pay the few teachers fairly. We have too many people in top heavy administration roles. We have over 40 what is it 44 administrators. What are they getting. Why. Can't they take you know, a flat no increase for a year get the teachers up to where they need to be so they don't leave and yes you've got the money for the full day kindergarten. You should have used it to implement the full day Gardens, but now you're coming back again and crying wolf for me as a taxpayer on a fixed income and it really is pathetic you're paid very well. Superintendent spent. I would think you would have the wisdom to figure this out to look at the money you're getting what is it 900 million dollars are asking for you should be able to figure out how to fund full day kindergarten out of 900 million dollars. No one in this room should have to worry about it and I will get this Presentation to the city Council and probably call many of them personally and express my extreme dismay that you cannot run a school district with a decreasing number of students. The thing that's so amazing is you are down two thousand and 39 students in the last five years. Your numbers are dropping. Nobody is coming to these schools. You project in 10 years you're gonna be down 30 800 and 26 students and in this in a a area of We have people on financial hardship. I'm gonna send you all the ellis report which is put out by United way and it talks about how much the families are struggling and families are struggling. You shouldn't go back to them and keep asking for tax increases. Diana Howard than Kelly Walker than kathleen Brown good evening. Everybody I'm Diana, how and I'm the chair of the Virginia Beach tea party and yes, we are taxed enough already as a lot of people have Point it out to you back in two thousand and 17. You ask for a tax increase for full day kindergarten and that was the same year. You came up with that. 20 million dollars surplus right and now last year, you came out with the 24 million dollar surplus and in that resolution it was talking about 22 point five million that was left over from the operating budget the school operating budget and you called it a revision funds I don't call that revision. I call that over taxation that's in your operating budget. Why didn't you incorporate that in their when you did that first thing of asking for the the school. You know, for the full day kindergarten that was supposed to be over five years. Okay. You have enough money for full day kidding kindergarten full. What you already budgeted for for five years right so you don't have to ask for a town tax increase this year and the other thing is, I don't Understand how everybody is so flipping about raising taxes as if it's nothing right. It's just one sentence somebody says right. Do you know that the city manager is also looking at a one point five cent increase in the real estate tax and he's also looking at two dollars a month for the trash fee and on top of that, another one cent for the the storm water fee do you think this is nothing for people talking about the alice report when you have 40 percent of the, you know, residents in Virginia Beach that'll living from paycheck to paycheck or send seven percent that are actually in poverty. I mean that's just we do I have some other figures here see if I can find them right funding from uh two thousand and 22 20 17 state funding has increased by 34 percent local funding has increased by 54 percent. The heck you doing it's all his money and they already told you. You know that enrollment is gone down and it's even projected to go down another. You know four thousand Minus four percent so the cost of uh per student and this came from the superintendents annual report in two thousand and two with seven thousand 300 and 72 in 20 17. It was 11500 and seven okay. This is ridiculous, so I just don't understand how you can be so flippant here is another chart that got this is from um. I brought this up last year and city Council right the local impact on a family household of four was four thousand 298 dollars and 25 cents. This year it's four thousand 300 and 56 dollars right and they have you know the little bit that it's added every year as if it's a little bit the a cumulative Amount just since two thousand and 10 is an extra thousand dollars plus to a family of four. That is not nothing to somebody living. Paycheck to paycheck it's, not nothing don't be so flippant about. It. Please, in a 900 billion dollar budget. You can't find five million dollars to do full day kindergarten. I really shocked somebody needs to check your accounting Kelly, Walker kathleen Brown and Green I'm sorry, greenman Good evening school board chair anderson vice chair, melnick members of the school board and superintendent spence. My name is Kelly. Walker and I serve as the President of the Virginia Beach education Association. I am here this evening to request that the Virginia Beach city public school board ask city Council to not only fun full day kindergarten but to also ask for additional funds for employee compensation, city Council will not act unless you use the school board asked on our behalf in October. We were encouraged to hear from the governor that he had amended the budget to include a three percent increase in pay for public school employees. This upcoming school year and many Putting myself out now that the state has provided almost 10 million dollars to Virginia Beach for raises this year, we should receive a significant increase in pay but that did not happen. So where are we now as professional educators. We understand the importance and the need for full day kindergarten in our city for the kindergarten allows all students the opportunity to achieve and excel full day kindergarten is an essential need, a must be fully implemented as soon as possible. School to school board employee compensation is also an essential need and must be a top priority, so the question is Like at the school board, also asked city Council for the funding we need to implement full day kindergarten pay for, for baby Cbs employee increases as well. It is time to correct the deficiencies that were caused by the lack of it. Lack of experience, step increases for over 10 years since the great recession educators in Virginia Beach have sacrifice through the elimination of true step increases health care costs have increased significantly and five percent of take home pay was averted to br s funding as a result The average teacher salary has only increased by three percent in 10 years and if you include the ver s contributions, it essentially means no increases have occurred at all. If these trends continue and a major shift in how the bbc ps compensate their employees. Does not occur the results will negatively impact our community and our children Virginia Beach, classrooms will not attract and retain highly qualified and experienced educators. I urge Virginia Beach city public school board to not only ask for funding to finish implementing full day kindergarten, but for funding to pay For their hard work and dedication to our city, the greatest casualties of the great recession were that we lost a true step scale for many employees and that class size was increased. Now is the time to address the compensation of the instructional step scale. It seems there was always some other issues, such as White board replacement which are placed at a higher priority than employee compensation. Do not place employee compensation on the back burner, making a priority for our city for our schools, for our children, for your employees. Therefore, we ask this To ask city Council to fund the needs of the school division. Thank you next we have kathleen Brown read greenman than Chris Brown Hi, how are you I'm kathleen Brown, um. I wouldn't be here today. If this was an important I've six month old baby to other kids in tow. So I'm hoping that you guys are gonna listen. Although I'm a Virginia Beach citizen, I don't feel like you guys have been listening. My whole entire time here I currently have three children enrolled in Virginia Beach public schools, a 13 11 and a nine year old none of them have had all day kindergarten. Our still academically excelling. I do want to include that two of my children have been in half day kindergarten while I was a single mother and while this was a burden on me as a parent, I don't want to That is your responsibility to do. My parenting so that I can have my life be easier if I just want to show that I'm looking at this from all the angles, truth be told it is the job of the school board and the schools to ensure that my children are receiving a quality education while keeping them safe from emotional and physical harm, not to make my job. It convenient. I am not opposed to my children being a kindergarten. All day, but I'm certainly not okay with the school board, asking city Council to increase funding again every time Turn around you all are asking has your teachers for supplies, which is a Middle class. Parents and expected to provide if you increase my taxes. How can I feed my children and continue to buy all these additional supplies. That you all are asking for additional e. You guys are paying 14700 dollars and that is a conservative estimate per student in Virginia Beach when I can send my kids to a top quality private school for just 12700 dollars in Virginia Beach here Um, I feel fairly certain if my children were expected to complete a project, they would be held accountable with their grades. You all have increased taxes already. You guys needs to find this money in your budget. You guys are accountable as elected officials. Thank you Reid greenman than Chris Brown And Good evening school board I'm not gonna repeat a lot of the facts and numbers that were accurately just given to you you're more than well aware of that. The fact that you don't budget very well is legendary once again you're here just to demonstrate that inability to budget a spending plan in the budget are two different things you're budget is this is the amount of money I have. What are my priorities and how do I spend it just like the rest of us in this room who have an income and take care of our homes. We don't spend We don't have first of all I'm encouraging you stop soliciting tax increases you've heard the reasons why clearly, you can find the money for this. I find it interesting when I prepared for this meeting tonight and I went through and I read your resolutions and I went through and read the packet here by be it resolved that three point 591 thousand dollars or three point five million will be taken from the sand bridge tip fund to go into the schools pay go, see ip with the remaining 409000 earmark for the operating budget for a total of 400 and three million dollars and so forth. Well, that's interesting. You went to the sand fund in San bridge to subsidize your operating budget and you took that money. Gee. Why didn't you go to the town centre. Tiff they're rich with money. Why didn't you go to the ocean front and take money out of the tap fund. Oh politically not a viable is it miss anderson. Don't want those people coming out at election time and turning out in droves to throw you off this board right. you You can come to us and keep taxing us. You got almost a billion dollars. You can't support. All day kindergarten. I heard some comments tonight from the Va about equity okay. You want some equity don't have any allday kindergarten until you can afford all of it just stop the program cuz there's. No empirical data that improves any education throughout the life of a student getting the high school and, as one woman just told you her kids didn't, have it. She paid for day care. I get the politics This why you're gonna go off to city Council and asked to put the burden on them for another tax increase when the city manager's already jacking up our taxes and fees. Yet guys don't get it. We cannot afford this. We cannot keep affording these tax and fee increases you've got to stop in your budget. You should be able to afford this if you want to do it, you had surpluses. You fritter that money away. Whatever was Remember when you took the money on the school buses and I called up the guy in charge of the school buses and I said what buses do you need to buy and he goes. I don't know I'll just figure. It out once they give me the money. I don't have a list of buses. I need to replace. I just look at ones that have the highest mileage. You raise the taxes for that in your resolution, you talk about the fact that actually there's gonna be a 600000 dollars slush fund in this tax hike for whatever it's in your resolution, I'm just That you guys want a budget like this. It says this estimated from the school board on spend funds and the tax height estimated at 600 k will be identified for capital improvement projects to replace will buses. I'm replacement furniture and equipment technology related items feel biting um. You know and then be finally resolved. You had a slush fund with allday kindergarten last time in frigid the money away you're, not doing your job, Mr spence. I understand that you work for them. You guys need Tell him what to do and you need to budget properly. Thank you. The next time Chris Brown Um good everyone, my name is Chris Brown. This actor. First time I've addressed the school board. Uh and I am going to go over the numbers that people said uh in two thousand 17. It was decided that allday kindergarten will be introduced at a Virginia school board to a school system and to achieve this, the C need a real estate tax increase uh that increase brought in six point 75 million in revenue and of that six point seven million only two point one million was used for that stated purpose and that was reason that we had an increase the rest. We use for other items that were not disclosed to the public For the increase and then that same year the school board budget had a surplus of 20 million dollars and then the year after that there was another surplus at 24 million dollars. So, in my reason, what this tells me is that the school board has a problem with setting priority and managing the resources and trusted to home and as a realtor, I had the fiduciary obligation to my clients to look out for their best interest to protect their money and their property and, as the elected officials, you have the same fiduciary obligation to the taxpayers of Virginia Beach and by the numbers It does not appear that you see us as your client, but as a tax, livestock the harvest our money, our property in order to fund your miss allocation of our resources. So that said and I really like to encourage the board to not request a tax increase put to examine your budget of 800 and 60 million dollars and find the money from there to achieve allday kindergarten and then I've been reading and seeing how there's less less students in our school system And the reason for that is a lot of my friends, a lot of peers. People. My age can afford to live here. There's no opportunity for them to live here so they're leaving and that's why there's less and less students here and I see it as a realtor as I'd go in these people's homes. You know they are living paycheck to paycheck. You know they can't afford to live here. What these increasing taxes and the assessments are going up and all of this so I'd really like to encourage you all to not ask for increase and examine your budget to trim what is not Necessary and use that to a for this allday kindergarten so, thank you The chair, those are all the speakers that have signed up for the hearing on citizens and delegations on agenda items. Thank you The chair will entertain a motion to approve the minutes of our regular meeting on February. 26 the motion is made by this is riggs seconded by Mrs felton voting board is open So much in this pet, Mrs ry You're out of town okay, thank you The chair will entertain a motion to approve the minutes of our special meeting on March fifth the motion is made by this is riggs seconded by Mrs hughes. The running for the open And miss this melnick did you bet on this one. Okay. Thank you This was the March fifth one, especially Okay miss miss Alexander um how does she change her vote. This is rusty. Now was that this is right. It's stain changed to yes. Thank you. Thank you so much. That's been approved And the minutes of March fifth, many have been approved. The chair will entertain a motion to adopt the agenda for the meeting this is okay the motion is made by Mrs Williams. Second, by missus holtz But important open Motion is passed for the contingent at this evening on item 11 AM, a we have a course change request for the global studies and world language academy, item B under the consent agenda is the new secondary course for peer tutoring item C is a Marine biology course for the math and science academy, item d is the recommendation of a general contractor for salem high school in you a you replacement and item eat is the change in the bylaw. One dash 19 duties of the chairman and vice chairman the chair will entertain Motion to approve the consent agenda a motion is made by miss is ry seconded by Mr Edwards the voting board is open The consent agenda has been approved Under action, this evening, we have the personnel report in the administrative appointments. The chair will entertain a motion to approve this is malik has made the motion seconded by Mrs felton Is there discussion Saying nonprofit important open Roughly The motion is passed, plans for continuous improvement for select school to have an introduction for you ok I'm sorry go ahead. Thank you. Thank you, madam chairwoman. I would ask rachel White, please stand up You all may recognize missus White, Mrs White has served as a teacher in portsmouth public schools, teacher here in Virginia Beach at Princess anne high school. Most recently, as a teacher at kellam high school and this evening I am pleased that you have approved our recommendation for her service the new coordinator of the governor stem academy and the technology academy at lansdowne high school congratulations Sounds like you, may have brought some guests, would you like to introduce them and my other son said. Thank you all for being here and seeing their That's it mister chairman, thank you, doctor. Spence next wonder actually have plans for continuous improvement for select schools and motion is um the chair will entertain a motion to approve this is manning has made a motion seconded by this is malik is there discussion This is manny yes, I would just like to thank our drivers and for making those judgments that I had requested regarding the referrals. I think it's extremely important that we do not indicate to our teachers that they can't refer students and I felt that the language that was in those documents needed to be changed and I think we need to indicate to our teachers that if they do need to refer students for discipline, problems that um they should have the ability to do that so thank you for making those changes. Thank you. I think we all agree That that's why we send it back. Last week, but we do appreciate the uh. The changes that were made is there any other discussion Seeing none that import is open The motion is passed next. We have a resolution to request remaining funds needed to complete full day kindergarten implementation. Mrs melnick would you please read the resolution resolution to request remaining funds needed to complete full day kindergarten implementation, where, as the school board has submitted a budget resolution for the fiscal year 20 19 20 20 operating budget which reflects a balance budget based on the projected revenues from federal state and local funds which includes revenue sharing formula funding and, whereas the total funds included in the balance Budget resolution total 905 million 946317 dollars and the school board desires to send to the city Council a separate budget resolution that reflects the additional funding required to complete the last two years of the full day kindergarten program expansion. Now, therefore, be it resolved. That pursuant to section four of the city's school revenue sharing policy the school board has determined that additional local funding is required beyond the balanced budget And be it further resolved, that the school board request additional funding in the amount of four million 859000 dollars and be it further resolved. That the purpose for the additional funding is to provide a continuing source of funds to complete a multi year phase. Implementation of full day kindergarten for all eligible eligible students and be it further resolved. That the school board supports an increase in the real estate tax or any other local tax from the revenue streams within the revenue sharing formula or any other Revenue funds, if and only if the city Council determines that such a tax increase is necessary or an increase in the amount of dedicated funding for many of the revenue streams within the revenue sharing formula or from any other revenue. Funds and be it further resolved. That there are three elementary schools were full day kindergarten cannot be implemented next year due to ongoing construction projects affecting those schools and, consequently, to Board will use any UN spent funds related to this additional funding estimated to be 600000 dollars solely for identified needs such as capital improvement projects, replacement, school buses, replacement, furniture equipment and technology related items and be at finally resolved. That a copy of this resolution be spread across the official minutes of the school board and the clerk of the school board is directed to deliver a copy of this resolution to the mayor each member of the city Council the city And the city clerk adopted by the school board of the city of Virginia Beach. This twelfth day of March, 20 19 thank you is there is there a motion to adopt this resolution. This is hoax has made the motion seconded by Mrs briggs is there discussion This is right Good evening again, everybody uh, I made a number of notes of from all the speakers who I thank for being here so I think there's, a few things that need to be addressed. I'm on the school board website right now Virginia Beach city public schools average per pupil expenditure for operations 12100. I know a figure of 14000 was floated out there and it didn't sound right to me so I looked that up. I want Talk about surplus uh budgeting is not an exact science and no school system could function with the goal of budgeting with the zero surplus. We have in the past. I mean long before I came on board I've been assured that we have been within the two to three percent range and I wanna talk a little bit about what we did this year with what turned out to be the eighteen million dollars in change New from last year, uh it was that was the slightly reduced value after uh factoring in the general Assembly Senate and uh House of delegate uh bills. So other say, teen million 16 point. One million was a La La cater for the three percent teacher raise two point one million was allocated for kindergarten expansion and a few other teacher instructional positions and uh and then There was a significant amount of money almost five million so I will get to in a minute where that came from for the very critical needs involving scar for school enhance school safety and the ever critical and rising special ed cost. Now that money when we are when I hear comments about um not you know trying to tighten our budget, our superintendent found he reduce the cost of staff to the tune of five million dollars annually and that five million was a Essentially allocated to special education and school security, uh cost these were two of the three primary needs that were expressed out in the community. This budget season, the third one being employee compensation so now to get two employee compensation compensation. I wanna say this of, for me getting kindergarten funded at this point in time and there is a strong will in the city and support Of loveland leveling, the playing field sooner rather than later, will moving forward free up beginning next year, more money in our operating budget for employee compensation And I also want to mention you know it's not as much as many times as we have to address that the original resolution for kindergarten could not have been more clear. It was over three year period and there was a board member here with us at the time. Who it is not. It was missus mcleod and out of deference to her a number of us agreed to with there are a lot of reasons to implement it, not all at once and over the three year period the first year of the six point 75 million two point one million in the first year than about the another two million. This year and now starting with this budget next year six point seven million will be applied to kindergarten the. What it. What the access was apply to and it was stated previously, was very explicitly laid out in the resolution which was shared publicly, which was presented to city Council which was approved by city Council so to hear time and again these charges. You can agree or disagree with the original decision, but it was all above board. It was all transparent. It was all very public And I also want to clarify that the six point seven 50 and five million never was, would have covered the full amount the full amount is 14. Whatever million in Mr Ben farrell can clarify that. But six point 75 was to cover half the schools. We understand it's a little more than that now because there was some over estimates estimation that maybe the superintendent can discuss uh and I think that I have to say right now. Thank you. What's the, what's the total dollar amount for an unfunded mandate and I don't know Anybody you can ask him um this is when it, on top of uh of everything that misses right um said do you know the exact dollar figure. Um annually for our unfunded mandates. I actually don't have that figure. We can get. I believe it's right that we have seen dollars right off the top of the ticket do you know that 43 million dollars so I got the top 43 million dollars goes towards unfunded mandates ok. Thank you right and what we mean by unfunded mandates. Let's be clear about that. unfunded Are things that the general Assembly dictates that we must do, but they get they do not fund it or the weather or the federal government. Correct. So between significant portion of that 43 million dollars for examples and special education. Correct so that that comes off the top of our budget right off before we do anything else they're called unfunded mandates and and then I believe, mister hahn's occur. There was something else that you mentioned a couple of weeks ago and that had to do with um caps could you elaborate on that just for a few minutes. What caps means yes and Prior to two thousand and nine uh, all school divisions in Virginia, uh we're get even now. Uh funding formulas from the state for certain categories of expenditures prior to two thousand nine. We had a funding formula. Uh for support instructional support positions those will be psychologists, social workers guidance, counselors etcetera whole list of professional uh that support the instructional programs for teachers uh and we're in many cases directly with students the general said That was kind of in the Middle of the recession. Uh or right at the early point of the recession and uh the state was using some federal money. Um to supplement the state basic aid when that money run out. The state changed the funding formula for support positions to school divisions and they put a cap on it that cap for Beach and two thousand 19 10 cals Virginia Beach to lose about 24 million dollars every school division in the state lost those kind of it was capped. Many of those school divisions had to go into a riffing situation and let employees go. We were fortunate here in Virginia Beach that we were, we didn't have to do that uh. We looked at the figures for uh 20 20 Projected for 20 20 and we still, if that cap were removed, we would have an additional 24 million dollars of state basic game. So that was a tremendous loss to local school divisions across the state and the state has never remove that cap or uh or or re allocated those funds. Thank you uh. I wanted to thank you missus ride for um making Clear about some of the misconceptions that were stated this evening, uh I wanna say a couple things myself. Um the, 600000 dollars that's mentioned in tonight's resolution that uh would be used for um a onetime needs only would be only for next year alone. After that, after next year, the construction projects of the three elementary schools um would be finished and so are schools after That would be full day kindergarten, so the after only next year would be the only year we would have the 600000 dollars surplus and and and I believe I was told um a few. Maybe a couple of years ago that we really need to be replacing school buses on the average of 50 school buses. A year and we haven't been able to do that for a very, very long time city Council knew that so two years ago, when we ask for 14 million dollars to implement kindergarten uh full day kindergarten um It was understood that we had to do it on on a gradual basis. First of all, we have to be able to hire the teachers and we also need to make sure we have the rooms and not have to put people in portables just to be able to implement full day kindergarten as it turns out because of our are gradual implementation. We have not had to put in portables just to be able to do full day kindergarten. We have the rooms um we've been able to hire the teachers because we've done it on a gradual basis but the first year I believe we implemented um 12 schools the first year We had a surplus of what the money was given from the from the six point seven and by the way, we ask for 14 million city Council gave a six point seven. So um that first year of course we had a little bit more money left over so we were able to buy some school buses that we hadn't been able to buy from many, many years. People uh really were upset for many times, many times. We get phone calls from parents you know buses broke down. Why are buses broke down well, buses break down because you know as they age they don't work right So if we're able to uh replace about 50 buses, a year, it keeps us on track. I believe we have over 700 buses and isn't that correct alright between six 15 700 buses so if you don't be placed at least 58 year, you really fall behind and so we had fallen so behind it. We have buses that we were just we were piecing together so that was part of the reason why we used some of their leftover money for the first year and the second year which is which we're in now uh to replace some of those buses. We also bought some technology but we did some things that we had to do with onetime funding and what we call Funny those are things that that you buy one time uh we call it onetime funding, cuz. We know it's not repeated um funding we won't have anything left over. If we do not have um extra funding to implement full day kindergarten after next year next year will be our third year now, many of you have asked why are we escalating the process. Why. Well, it was pointed out to you earlier this evening. It was stated early It's an equity issue and it's an equity issue that we've created and I knew I predicted it two years ago when we started this, I said you know once you get started we're gonna have neighborhoods clamoring for full day kindergarten. Cuz they're gonna be saying hey. I pay my taxes when is our school going. How the turn we had somebody stand up here this evening and say our neighborhood pays the highest taxes and and so what's happened, is we have it's an equity issue across our division. Now we have about nine schools that are not on the list For next year and they're not gonna be on the list, the following year if we don't get extra funding is that fair. It's not equitable. It's not fair. It's not fair to the schools it's not fair to the communities. So, yes, we created the situation by implementing kindergarten uh partially a year after year but now is the time to fix it now is the time to say we're gonna we're gonna fix this equity problem and everybody every school in our division after next year we'll have full day kindergarten and that's only They are to do to all of our communities, so I don't mean to be lecturing everybody about this. I know it I'm coming across as lecturing you and most of you out there who understand why we need full day kindergarten. I don't need to lecture you want it, but I just, I just want to say that there is there been many misconceptions stated here this evening and we need to make sure that that you know if you're gonna come up here and speak please be you know, make sure that you're not being giving us misconceptions about things that that are just not true, so um By the way, um I'll stop right, there because I need any make sure that anybody else wants to speak. Has a chance so it misses manning so I would like to thank all the speakers that came out to speak to us tonight. It's very important that we hear from our citizens uh since this is gonna impact you so thank you so much for, for coming to talk to us uh two years ago we agreed on a five year plan that's what we voted on. We agreed to a five year plan to implement full day kindergarten and there were many reasons for that wasn't just financial. It was to be able to get the curriculum ready transportation hire teachers and I still think that's an issue uh During the entire two months of our budget discussions, we did not talk about accelerating the full implementation of full day kindergarten. That was not a part of our budget. Discussions. It wasn't until a Council woman spoke to our school board chair about the topic was recently introduced just a few days before we voted on our on our budget last week. If accelerating full day kindergarten was a priority, then why was this not a part of our budget discussion so that we could put it within our current budget um if This was a priority funds could have been found in our nearly one billion dollar budget. This budget is about priorities. We should we've heard we've heard teachers come before us before us saying put put to put your put your priorities first, one of those priorities is making sure that our employees are properly compensated and we've had teacher after teacher after teacher come and talk to us and citizens as well. Parents, not just teachers, that they don't want us to put any more programs ahead of teacher compensation. Well, this is an egg Of putting another item ahead of teacher compensation The budget is about priorities and because our citizens do not have unlimited funds for us to use. We need to prioritize our needs and our wants um. I. I heard it said and I want to correct this um. I, I think I heard it said that this was a request by the superintendent and I've not heard the superintendent make this request him to accelerate this program uh. I believe this did come from the board so I don't want to put this on the back of the superintendent regarding the equity Yes, we do need to make this equitable. We need to make sure that all of our kids are receiving the same instruction. Um, but I don't think that delaying it a year. Um is gonna is gonna be in equitable we've already delayed a couple of years and I think our citizens understand that if especially the citizens whose pockets are gonna be affected by this tax increase um, I received uh my assessment on on my home and it's gone up a lot and I've heard a lot of other people say that their assessments have gone up a lot to And so this isn't gonna just be about a tax increase. This is gonna be about assessments, increasing as well, so so we're gonna be hit with that also, I would just like to ask my colleagues on the board and I would like to ask city Council that they strongly take a look at this because it's going to negatively impact our citizens. Thank you. Thank you missus mini this is Williams Yes, thank you so much to say um. We did have a resolution two years ago and it was it did specify that we we're not gonna use that all at once and we were gonna buy other things with that money. So it wasn't trying to be hidden anywhere but the bottom line is the public because of newspaper articles and talk the tagline was we're raising taxes for full day kindergarten, so that's you know And that's really what the public thought and that's what we were trying to do, but because of a myriad of reasons, we cannot do it all at once. So I think that's where the confusion came. Um because folks thought it was disingenuous to say we're gonna raise taxes and um for, for their kindergarten and then we spent so much of it elsewhere um so we had a five year plan because we couldn't do it all at once, so, like the chairwoman, said, we created an aqua t ok so some Got it that first year, some people are gonna get in the fifth year ok and they understand that, because of the reasons that we said well, we couldn't do it all at once. Okay so, this tax increase is really not to provide equity it's not to make sure that we finished implementing it because we do have full day kindergarten. We voted on it we're going to implement it. Okay so to ask for a tax increase just to speed it up a little and we're still not gonna be Because three of our schools cannot have it because they have buildings being built so it's not gonna solve the problem. Um we have 900 and seven million dollars almost a billion dollars. That's our budget. We need to priorities now. We don't have it it's your budget it's your money it's not the school board's money it's not city councils, money so when we go out city Council for money we're, not asking the city Council asking you we're asking our teachers we're asking me okay um and we Shows to do other things like miss manning, said this conversation did not come up for the three or four months. We spent talking about our priorities and what we're gonna do with our budgets. Okay, it didn't come up two years ago. No one said, let's speed. It up a little bit now. We decided to up to do other things. We chose to do enhance their technology and I'm not saying that's a bad thing. We chose to get a chrome book in the hands of every first second and third, greater, I didn't vote for it because I thought at that age they could share them and that was expensive we've chosen to life software which is very expensive, which we've chosen consultant Different positions, um and the list goes on so we chose to spend money in other ways because we already had this five. Your plan. Nobody brought it up two years ago to speed it up. Nobody brought it up last year and nobody brought it up this year until what a week ago and we got a call of a chairman because city Council for some reason I still don't even understand how it came to decide that we we need to speed it up and ask for a tax increase and so again you have a budget. You decide your priorities and if you don't Everything that you want you don't ask the citizens to put it in my opinion, um the city has expenses last night. I was at the civic League and there was um police officer from I think precinct three and they said there were 20 percent down from police officers. We've heard about the inability to buy police cars. You know all sorts of any so they have their parties and they have to budget too um and they have flooding issues. You know so we could go on everybody has their needs okay so city Council has their needs um And I've heard from my colleagues and we kinda talked about this last last week as well. It's only one cent city Council is only gonna. Do 11 and a half since that's only two and a half since about 300000 dollar House that that my only be 50 or 60 dollars or whatever well, I got from our cfo and he got it from the city. All the taxes and fees in the last eight years that we have been paying okay pages and pages and it's line by line okay and some of them and they've increased and some of them have only increased a couple of dollars, one page. There are four And the hidden and 47 of them had increased ok we're talking about the trash fee and that's a tax storm water waste collection, water real estate taxes are increasing assessments, dog and cat licensing. We didn't see all these years and years ago, so all these are taxes they're increasing fees and what it does is it just keeps adding up and keeps adding up so we're, not just talking about a few dollars we're talking about incremental II the um, adding this year by year since two thousand and eight since the recession and taxpayers are paying a lot of money, I am paying A lot of money, our assessments just came out last week. We will all be playing paying a lot of money ok and that's not right. We had a healthy budget okay. We agreed on the on the budget. We voted on it last week. We should not ask for an increase just to speed up a plan that we had already been agreed on and voted on two years ago. If we do this, I mean it's almost like I'm scared, to think that what we're gonna do next year when we decided for some reason that we don't have the money or don't have you know to do the last three Um and so I would encourage my colleagues and a current city Council to stay within your budget. We have to at home. You know you have your budget at home and if you don't put everything into it, you wait your patience. I'm sorry that every classroom cannot have full day kindergarten, but it's was this body chose to do other things. First, okay so we can wait another year. Okay. I don't wanna get in the habit and this is will be two times in three years at this body has said we cannot stay within our means and we're gonna. let Taxpayers foot the bill, okay and it's not right and so I will not support any um request asked city Council for a tax increase and um and I think most people will understand that okay. Thank you so much. Thank you. Miss Williams. Mr Edwards, like misses right. I to listen to the speakers and uh time and time again you told us we could find it within our within our large budget And you're absolutely right, we could find it in our budget. Our budget is big. It is eighty five percent compensation. The way to find it would be very simple. We could not Compensate our teachers as planned as currently budgeted for next year. The budget we passed last week and since the city Council, we um, we could keep that compensation level for the employees. That we had planned on and reduce the number of employees by increasing class sizes We had to do that. 10 years ago during the recession and we've been scrambling to undo that error for the past decade I don't find those fight it options very palatable If we don't ask for and receive the funding for completing the full day kindergarten, this year will be in the same position next year in terms of trying to fund it internally by finding it with those same two options I don't find that very acceptable or meeting the standards that our community expects from its schools Yes, this will put us in a position of having asked for more funds, above the formula twice in three years. The only reason we're asking for a second time is because we were not granted the funds that we asked for two years ago. We asked for funding of the entire amount. This is the. If you consider that a single ask and I think it's appropriate to consider it, that way this will be Second time in the past, 21 years that I served, that we've ever asked for funds above the formula I don't take this this action lightly at all. It is serious to ask for more but there are rampant teacher shortages across the country, educators are underfunded across the country We have teacher shortages and compensation issues in the commonwealth and right here in Virginia Beach and we think we can not compensate as needed now and in the future, then we're only working we're. Gonna be exasperated. What is a bad problem across the country and a problem here in Virginia Beach is while that's why I wrote very reluctantly um Vote in favor of this ??? um again, I don't want anybody to misread it as, like a cavalier flippant approach, it is not. It is very, very, very difficult Um decision by everybody on picture, thank you this is hughes I cannot support asking for a tax raise and it is true that only a third of what we got before was used for kindergarten and while it wasn't the resolution, it's kind of like fine print. It was marketed as money for full day kindergarten and you know again this this time, asking for more tax money after the budget has been talked about and talked about and talked about and of course, we know three schools are not going to be able to implement full day kindergarten and I fear, will be back here in a year or two asking again. We spend a lot of money. We have a nearly one billion dollar budget. We spend too much on buildings. We have a huge Central administration I'm not sure if teacher raises are going up at as the same rate as Central administration, we spent money on the one to one technology. We have a lot of software programs that teachers say are not worth the money we're spending. We have a lot of bloat in this budget that we can get rid of. We need to fund our needs. Instead of our wants, we should have found the money for teacher raises and we should be able to find the money for full day kindergarten if we want to speed it up and implement it and I want to say That people on the diets and people that have come up and spoken talk a great game about equity but all of these fees disproportionately affect lower income. People and some of those people are your teachers. That did not get the raises that they expected to get and I fail to see how you can talk about equity when you're going to raise fees where you want to raise them for the school they'll get fees through the city that lowers their income. We need Treating the taxpayers like an endless a tm machine. Thank you. Misuse Ms melnick from Mr hudson or um, just for clarification. Um. We are not specifically asking for a tax increase. Kratz okay. This formula is basically telling city Council if and only if we're asking them to find the money themselves and we're not specifically asking for a tax increase that's correct. Thank you This is rye and then miss is manning on Mr hot hands of group that you share with everybody here tonight. The response you email to us about the uh, just to put it in context. Our ask what the average cost per at 300000 dollar House um the 300000 dollar home, assess that 300000 um the amount of money that we're asking for for full day kindergarten for next year uh week weight two 25 dollar and 50 cents annual increase in property It if it was funded with real estate time, thank you all right. That's a big gift. Alright, um. This is manny okay and that's on top of all the assessments that have gone up as well. I like to point out and um our revenue sharing formula that we have with the city the agreement that we have with the city to fund us specifically States and correct me, if I'm wrong, Mr hans occur, it specifically States, if we ask for funds over and above our budget we're doing so in support of a tax increase, correct That is technically correct. Thank you. Um and I would like to address Mr Edwards comments about not being able to find money in the budget. I. I asked a lot of questions about the budget. This year, as I always do, and um one of the questions that I asked was about software and software in the classrooms and I'm not I'm not saying that software is not useful, it is uh I've I've talked to a lot of the teachers about the software that we're using in the classroom and you know, pros and cons I've heard both negative and positive on it um we're still two point three million dollars. This year on one software program in our classrooms. I've heard some pretty positive things about that software. Um so I'm not saying it's bad. However, I don't think it's a necessity. Um and so when you talk about not being able to find funds, there are funds again it's about priorities. It's not that we can't find funds it's about priorities. Thank you There any other comments it sweeps Yes, I, like the comment of funding internally. I think we should be funding internally that's called balancing the budget and not over spending. So I completely support that and um And again when we ask for this, we are asking for a tax increase because we know our city again has a lot of um issues and a lot of priorities and if they are going to ask for tax increase. That means that they perhaps don't have have a metro wants and needs and um and so I think that that's just uh a different use of words, I think we all know that by doing this, according to what miss manning read and according to the own our own resolution, that we're gonna send over there is that we are asking for our taxpayers to um To foot the bill for again, not providing equity and not voting to do kindergarten cuz we've already done that. It's just a speed. It up just a year and I just uh I can't get my mind around raising taxes for that. Thank you. I just want to reiterate that if we were giving them at the amount that we asked for two years ago, we wouldn't be here now. We knew two years ago that it wasn't enough money to fully fund all of our 54 elementary schools there's, a 56 54, I thought um so we know two years ago that the money that we received six point seven would not fund all of our schools. Um so we expected to come back and ask for more and uh, as far as the five year plan it was something that we discussed um but I I don't. I don't recall that we actually voted to do it in five years. We we said that we we would try to implement it in five years, but we knew that three years we would have to come back and ask for more money because they didn't fully fund. What we asked for to begin with, seeing no other comments. I'm going to say that the 30 40 so hoping So the resolution has passed seven to three Next, we move on to information for this evening. First, first, um information item. We have has to do with building utilization Committee report Don't take it personally that everybody's leaving that's perfectly good time to let a little bit of noise. Uh come down. Madam chairwoman, Dr spence, members of the board, uh. We are here to update you on this year's building. Utah's utilization Committee I'm gonna keep the introduction brief for tonight um and I'm gonna bring up melissa ingram who is are the maga for who does the detail of the number crunching and she's gonna present. You the brief and then miss ry orderly elected chairman chairwoman will uh conclude it was Remarks so um listen, I will turn it over to you Thank you. Good evening. Good evening. Rock my name is melissa. Ingram and, as this whole division, democracy, I'm happy to be here tonight to um share our the building relations Committee. 20 eighteen 19 annual review uh the beef I'm sorry, sorry, uh the beauty is governed by policy. Five dash 14. This policy establishes procedures for the committee's annual review of enrollment trends and their impact on the school divisions, facilities and related attendance zones through this policy the bbc is also tasked with formulating redistricting reck recommendations. If any are deemed necessary With the intended goals of achieving optimal utilization of space in our school facilities and limiting any adverse impacts to the community by redistricting has few schools and students as possible with division wide building. Liz Asian standing at 10 point six percent under capacity. This year the B uc has reached consensus to make no recommendations for changes to the school attendance zones for the upcoming 20 19 20 school year. Many on our Board or familiar with this policy and the relevance of the committee's work on effective long range planning, the 20 eighteen 19 B uc, is comprised of seven members with three school board members from which miss carolyn risers. As the Committee chair to members of staff appointed by the superintendent and two members of the community representing the Council of pta and the Council of civic organizations the abuse she reviewed September 30 20 eighteen k to 12 membership data from various perspectives, including the school level grade level and division levels perspectives 66000 820 students are served throughout the division and over eighty six facilities. The impact of student membership on these facilities, which is measured through building relation, is dictated not only by the number of students but also by students program attic needs, ranging from special education, resource needs to specialty academic programs. All of which are aimed at supporting students' academic achievement, growth and development division wide student membership has declined by 334 students or half a percent From the previous 17 eighteen school year this slight decline in enrollment is in line with the parameters we have been using for enrollment projections with last year's projection for the current eighteen 19 school year being off by only 68 students or tenth of a percent. Looking at historical student membership. This graph illustrates the slight decline. We experienced last year as compared to the more drastic decline we were experiencing roughly a decade ago, which can be part Tribute to the economic recession, experience at the local and National levels student membership peaked in 97 98, which is where this graph starts at 77500 students following that growth that happened in Virginia Beach in the seventies and eighty s over the following decade student membership decline nine percent bio eight O nine roughly midway through this graph in comparison from oh wait oh nine to where we are today in eighteen 19 the decline continued at a less stressed a great of a four percent over 10 years and comparison to the nine percent the 10 years before that Adding the projected student enrollment this trend, this trend of slight decline is projected to continue over the next five years, allowing for a fairly stable student population. The Committee reviewed and discuss related factors, a contributing to these trends, birds which had to climb slowly from roughly 70 700 births per year in 19 92 to current trends of the last four years with birth between six thousand and 60 100 per year, housing trends and community impacts on student generation vary among attendance zones, but have been fairly Citywide staff continues to monitor these trends throughout the year as the millennial population are entering their 30. 's and younger age range population estimates increase in some areas student distribution across the division varies by area with the highest density shown in dark blue and lower density showing yellow. These densities align with school attendance zones organizing students throughout the city in to home school buildings, optimum capacity of the school building is derived from an annual review by principles and administrative staff at the start of the school year which determines the That can be accommodated in a school building, considering both student population needs and program requirements. Optimum capacity fluctuates annually due to student numbers and needs per grade level. Teacher student ratios also have a significant impact on capacity The current school year all schools are either within an acceptable utilization rate of plus or minus 10 percent or under capacity division wide schools are 10 point six percent under capacity, with elementary schools as a whole. Eight point six percent under capacity Middle schools, 10 point seven percent under capacity and high school's 11 point one percent under capacity Looking at the elementary school level, we have roughly 30000 students spread out over 56 school facilities. All schools are either within an acceptable utilization range within plus or minus 10 percent of their current school years. Capacity. These attendance zones are shown in White on the map or schools are under capacity less than 10 percent of the current school year capacity with these attendance zones, attendance zones being shown in yellow on the map. No schools are Over capacity, greater than 10 percent of the capacity, if schools were determined to be so, they will be shown in Red Looking at the Middle school, population, we have roughly 16000 students spread out over 16 school facilities. All schools are either within an acceptable utilization rain showing White or under capacity, shown in yellow. No schools are over capacity at the Middle school level either and at the high school level. We have roughly 21000 students spread out over 12 school facilities as with the elementary and Middle schools, we are doing well as all high schools are either under capacity shown in yellow or within an acceptable utilization range. There are currently no schools under capacity the monitor And work that the bbc has done throughout the years shows that all three school levels we just reviewed with no schools currently over capacity schools have the flexibility to offer needed resources and programs that strengthen 20 first century learning for bbc ps students. Thank you for your time and the opportunity to speak to you about this important work today and I'm happy to answer any questions throughout any questions, comments. This is ry Just waiting on questions first, lady We'll all go ahead and just thank the staff, the Committee, uh. We had our meeting in November and uh it's just turns out kinda coincidental timing that coming up next on the agenda policy. The attendance zone policy, uh does include some. I think very enhanced wording for the the Bc portion of the policy and one of the things that does is is recognize and in a sure moving forward that we will have presentations each year whether or not there is a redistricting recommendation. We we agreed this is important enough information I know it's all up to uh a lot to absorb. There is more to absorb so if any of you have the the, uh the urge to uh to get more information on my Committee, laura. He uses another Committee. Member sit stated here. I also want to acknowledge two members from the community who could not make it here tonight, but alice catherine our Council of pta President and mary mcfadden the civic Association Council President uh, who also serve on the Committee. Thank you Thank you next we have policy review Committee recommendations. This is lynette e good evening First policy up tonight is policy forward to we've looked at this before this is a general employee conduct policy in particular, some of the questions and I believe it was Mrs man and had presented to us how involved wording in subsection a one we had a lot of words having to do with more moral responsibility, things like that, we went back and checked against the code section and we made some revisions to the and it currently reads that um one as service role models for students in school division, all employees must recognize that, as a condition of employment, they must model legal, moral and professional behaviors, both inside and outside the school holding outside the Those words model, what we see in the state code having to do with teacher was and discipline issues on there. We felt that that was an appropriate modification. The terms This transit be viewed before that general explanation of conduct ethics section B talks about employees student relations. This is a significant increase that we felt was necessary. It also been suggested by the Virginia Department of education to me. These changes so you talked about disciplinary actions and how we will discipline and this was the policy does not change at that point with any questions on policy for dash to Moving on we're gonna look at policy, five 14, this has to do with school attendance zones. We were quite a lot on this particular policy on there in particular, and I think we brought this back once before to you, we have moved a lot of the information that was in policy into the regulation five 14 dash one big stuff. We thought it was more appropriate and regulations and some of the terms that you may have seen before did not disappear this simply fell back to the regulation. What are the chances. I do have Mention this is pointed out to me by missus Williams on page two under section C subsection, three formulation of redistricting recommendations we do need to cross out certain words that the prc had recommended this and the first part sent to degrees. The B uc may receive at the onset of a discussions, a propose we just took you plan developed by the superintendent or designee. We would then be crossing out the word which may be which may include a recommendation for no action so it's simply what we The superintendent or designee to bride a basis for which to move forward in making recommendations and then the next sentence any such plan that involved, we do embroideries much may be considered by the bbc for the dam. We talk about obsession, a redistricting recommendations and how that will be presented in particular the bbc will prepare a final report until later than March fifteenth of each year and the report will be presented by the beauty chair or designate a school worker information to me. No later than the school work School board meeting in March he just complied with that and subject to be we just reading recommendation at the Bc, recommends. We disagree in the plenary presentation this cool work will take note take place no later than the first meeting in January. The the policy review Committee felt it was important to move that date up to give you time to consider and for budgeting and making plans for the next school year Other changes in this are not significant changes. They simply moved around warning that we had in there before moving over to the regulation. This is an important policy. You see a lot of our decisions to made this questions come up with the public, but we don't believe that this is a significant change to this policy is written before and I think it's uh just cleans up language are there any questions on five 14 There are no questions we will move on to five 48 students, social activities, sponsored by the school division we made it's somewhat significant changes under subsection B subsection B deals with off campus school sponsors, students, social activities and, in particular, the wording will now read school sponsors, students such activities to be held off of school property must be must have the par proven the school principal and the department's school leadership the activities such activities should not be permitted in areas where supervision of the students is impractical or impaired where we solicit Safety precautions can be implode cannot I mean reasonable safety off. It caution. That this should be cannot be implemented or students and staff will have access to tobacco tobacco products, drugs, baby products, electronic cigarettes or other products weapons, unauthorized materials, the code of student conduct and all applicable policies and regulations and laws will be enforced during such activities. We felt necessary to clarify what the conditions were going on in this um types of such events We're trying to segregate out teacher employee events versus just straight students, social bets, but any questions on this policy. The questions moving on to policy five 50. There were not any significant changes on on this, except for in subsection B, which has funds for gifts. We had a section in the last sentence that reason no student funds shall be used to purchase gifts for an individual other than nominal guests print the seas under 30 dollars in parentheses of reck recognition or sympathy. We felt there will be times when the student fund might want to send flowers to somebody things that I've been The family we thought that was appropriate. The bounce we limited the amount to 30 dollars. We also put under subsection C the exchanging of gifts school personnel responsible for complying with applicable law policy regulations concerning accepting gifts as mentioned um and other times we get policies and conflicts of interest selling defines when you can and can't accept gifts and how you have to report them. We are leaving a sponsor ability up to staff members who receive any gifts make sure they're in compliance or the policy questions on that policy The policy five 51 student vehicles we made some significant changes. We decided that most of the information here is more appropriate in the regulations. We simply, we wrote it out. It does state that students with valid driver's license may drive to and Park at their science goals in accordance with applicable regulation, then we've designated to the superintendent destiny the authority to develop regulations and we've set forth different things that we thought were necessary to be involved in anything involving bringing vehicles to school I'm not going to read all of them to you. There explain there at the end of that paragraph. It was parking fees will be approved and approved by the school board the stuff looks differently Before we felt were appropriate, that misinformation, then appear in the regulation, the superintendent staff can deal with with any questions on policy. five 51 We'll be on the policy, five 53. This House to activities and access to school facilities. They're only minor changes made in this. We just made some corrections in the final subsection C. Evolving. Does it in the superintendent's um, doesn't or procedures. Nothing else is changing. That we corrected some editors, notes and updated some of the legal references and that there will be no changes or they are any recommendations to find work in a questions regarding policy five 53 I'm sure there are no further questions. I would end the presentation with the prc. Thank you. Do we have any standing Committee reports at this time This is right Okay, uh gifted advisory Committee meeting was last night. I attended as the alternate uh and I I they focused on other site visit reports and I come. I actually took the time to complement them. I told them you know we've visiting schools as part of our job as well, but very impressed with how seriously they take this role. They they go for two hour visits and I think I pointed out last time they have a template now for help uh how they prepare their And they the reports were just so thorough and even the. You know, important their job is to find out what more there or we can do to help these. Gr t teachers gifted resource teachers and that they make the teachers comfortable enough. That the teachers can be very Frank and in their discussions with with the uh, with the members um and uh. You know, different things come up, whether it's scheduling and the gr t role in that with school scheduling clustering particularly in the secondary level and trying to get tight You know I just learned a lot about tighter clustering is the goal. Uh but it is a secondary challenge. Uh Spanish immersion, even came up of about the added challenge of where the gifted services fit in and in that context, so that that was a very interesting discussion uh and emerging scholars was something else that was mentioned frequently uh and I think we're all familiar with that here. Above the daya ps um and then they just you know, they do have a number of vacancies coming up um And the chair herself who's who's done a stellar job is he will be stepping down so that will be one of the positions to be filled and um they're looking forward to their upcoming school board report later this spring. Thank you. Thank you. Miss Ron and the other standing Committee. This is riggs I just wanted to um give a report on sister cities. We did have our youth ambassador gala uh on the first, which was um it'll be two weeks. This coming Friday and um some stellar performances by our students, the student that was chosen um that won the competition was sill, a Cuba she is uh international bought back a large student at Princess anne high school and um Impressive she's been in this country as Iraqi um citizen or a citizen of United States. Now for the last 10 years she came 10 years ago, not speaking a bit of English and the command. She has on the English language would put me to shame and many of us because she speaks so eloquently and she um shared her her um journey and her family's journey from Iraq to um the United States uh in why and so it was very impressive, including And the other students, the second and third place, um there was an Irish um girl that represented the Irish River dancing and she did a Super job and then another and she was the junior as well. Just like similar was and then a ninth grader that writes her own compositions and she won the third place which we're all um scholarships towards their colleges so very impressive. I would love for us to be able to meet um our first place winner So I will be talking to you about that in our coming uh events. I'm simply um so. Thank you. Everyone, that um were able to come and enjoy our um our students and what they've. What they've learned and what dom they had to share. We also had colonel Williams from channel three being our emcee. He did a great job. We have our uh annual sister city uh breakfast leadership um breakfast on the fourth of April, which um I had Imitation is today so hope you guys can come. Thank you. Thank you. Any other standing Committee reports this is felton. Madam chair. We didn't do a ministrations, but I just want to like to mention and in a shout out to go, see Green went to legit. I had the opportunity to be in their first meet and greet internship program and it was really wonderful uh enjoy it uh. We had uh constituency come out and this is where the students will be their first time internships with law offices and uh long companies and veterinarians Department, as well, and we're back in a minute of those out. It is Speak, but um it was a really great turn out and I just like to say that the geography is today is a moving on out they're doing a really great but it's new internship program. Thank you and everyone else Ok that concludes our meeting

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location Description
1 Briarwood August 22, 2012
(#12000547)
1500 Southwick Rd.
36°51′39″N 76°00′50″W / 36.860833°N 76.013889°W / 36.860833; -76.013889 (Briarwood)
2 Camp Pendleton-State Military Reservation Historic District September 26, 2005
(#04000852)
Roughly bounded by General Booth Boulevard, S. Birdneck Rd., and the Atlantic Ocean
36°48′44″N 75°59′06″W / 36.812222°N 75.985000°W / 36.812222; -75.985000 (Camp Pendleton-State Military Reservation Historic District)
3 Cape Henry (Second Tower) Light Station December 2, 2002
(#02001439)
Atlantic Ave.
36°55′35″N 76°00′26″W / 36.926389°N 76.007222°W / 36.926389; -76.007222 (Cape Henry (Second Tower) Light Station)
4 Cape Henry Lighthouse October 15, 1966
(#66000910)
Atlantic Ave. at U.S. Route 60
36°55′33″N 76°00′29″W / 36.925833°N 76.008056°W / 36.925833; -76.008056 (Cape Henry Lighthouse)
5 Cavalier Hotel May 19, 2014
(#14000239)
4200 Pacific Ave.
36°52′09″N 75°59′01″W / 36.869167°N 75.983611°W / 36.869167; -75.983611 (Cavalier Hotel)
6 Cavalier Shores Historic District April 2, 2019
(#100003606)
Generally bounded by 42nd St./Cavalier Dr., Hollies Rd., 45th St. & the Atlantic Ocean
36°52′18″N 75°58′59″W / 36.8716°N 75.9830°W / 36.8716; -75.9830 (Cavalier Shores Historic District)
7 de Witt Cottage June 16, 1988
(#88000748)
1106 Atlantic Ave.
36°50′26″N 75°58′21″W / 36.840556°N 75.972500°W / 36.840556; -75.972500 (de Witt Cottage)
8 Ferry Plantation House January 20, 2005
(#04001545)
4136 Cheswick Ln.
36°51′43″N 76°07′05″W / 36.861944°N 76.118056°W / 36.861944; -76.118056 (Ferry Plantation House)
9 Green Hill February 5, 2013
(#12001273)
1721 Lovetts Pond Lane
36°53′58″N 76°03′17″W / 36.899306°N 76.054722°W / 36.899306; -76.054722 (Green Hill)
10 The Hermitage February 14, 2008
(#08000079)
4200 Hermitage
36°53′20″N 76°07′13″W / 36.888889°N 76.120278°W / 36.888889; -76.120278 (The Hermitage)
11 Keeling House June 19, 1973
(#73002297)
3157 Adam Keeling Rd.
36°54′02″N 76°04′45″W / 36.900556°N 76.079167°W / 36.900556; -76.079167 (Keeling House)
12 Francis Land House May 12, 1975
(#75002118)
3133 Virginia Beach Boulevard
36°50′32″N 76°04′46″W / 36.842222°N 76.079444°W / 36.842222; -76.079444 (Francis Land House)
13 Dr. John Miller-Masury House May 23, 1997
(#97000488)
515 Wilder Point
36°52′42″N 75°59′31″W / 36.878333°N 75.991944°W / 36.878333; -75.991944 (Dr. John Miller-Masury House)
14 Thomas Murray House May 19, 2004
(#04000482)
3425 S. Crestline Dr.
36°49′33″N 76°12′49″W / 36.825972°N 76.213611°W / 36.825972; -76.213611 (Thomas Murray House)
15 Oceana Neighborhood Historic District September 18, 2017
(#100001645)
Indiana, Louisa, Michigan, New York, and Ohio Aves., Middle, Roselynn, and West Lns., Oceana, Southern, and Virginia Beach Boulevards
36°50′28″N 76°00′54″W / 36.841111°N 76.015000°W / 36.841111; -76.015000 (Oceana Neighborhood Historic District)
16 Old Donation Church April 13, 1972
(#72001534)
4449 N. Witch Duck Rd.
36°52′01″N 76°07′44″W / 36.866944°N 76.128889°W / 36.866944; -76.128889 (Old Donation Church)
17 Pembroke Manor February 26, 1970
(#70000887)
North of the junction of U.S. Route 58 and Constitution Dr.
36°51′08″N 76°08′02″W / 36.852222°N 76.133889°W / 36.852222; -76.133889 (Pembroke Manor)
18 Pleasant Hall January 25, 1973
(#73002229)
5184 Princess Anne Rd.
36°49′40″N 76°09′44″W / 36.827778°N 76.162222°W / 36.827778; -76.162222 (Pleasant Hall)
19 Seashore State Park Historic District November 16, 2005
(#05001267)
2500 Shore Dr.
36°54′58″N 76°02′26″W / 36.916111°N 76.040556°W / 36.916111; -76.040556 (Seashore State Park Historic District)
Now known as First Landing State Park
20 Shirley Hall February 5, 1999
(#99000144)
1109 S. Bay Shore Dr.
36°52′25″N 76°00′27″W / 36.873611°N 76.007500°W / 36.873611; -76.007500 (Shirley Hall)
21 Thoroughgood House October 15, 1966
(#66000921)
1636 Parish Rd.
36°53′37″N 76°06′48″W / 36.893611°N 76.113333°W / 36.893611; -76.113333 (Thoroughgood House)
22 Virginia Beach Surf & Rescue Museum July 11, 1979
(#79003304)
Atlantic Ave. and 24th St.
36°51′08″N 75°58′32″W / 36.852222°N 75.975556°W / 36.852222; -75.975556 (Virginia Beach Surf & Rescue Museum)
23 Upper Wolfsnare March 26, 1975
(#75002119)
East of the junction of Potters and London Bridge Rds.
36°50′27″N 76°02′20″W / 36.840833°N 76.038889°W / 36.840833; -76.038889 (Upper Wolfsnare)
24 Virginia Beach Courthouse Village and Municipal Center Historic District June 4, 2018
(#100002196)
Courthouse Dr. and Mattaponi, N. Landing, and Princess Anne Rds.
36°45′04″N 76°03′24″W / 36.751111°N 76.056667°W / 36.751111; -76.056667 (Virginia Beach Courthouse Village and Municipal Center Historic District)
25 Weblin House November 8, 1974
(#74002248)
5588 Moore's Pond Rd.
36°52′31″N 76°09′59″W / 36.875278°N 76.166250°W / 36.875278; -76.166250 (Weblin House)
26 Wishart-Boush House
(aka Lynnhaven House)
November 12, 1969
(#69000363)
East of the junction of Wishart Rd. and Independence Boulevard
36°52′24″N 76°07′37″W / 36.873333°N 76.126944°W / 36.873333; -76.126944 (Wishart-Boush House
(aka Lynnhaven House)
)
27 Woodhouse House April 24, 2007
(#07000372)
3067 W. Neck Rd.
36°43′41″N 76°03′11″W / 36.728056°N 76.053056°W / 36.728056; -76.053056 (Woodhouse House)

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Summary
1 Bayville Farm May 19, 1980
(#80004317)
June 4, 2008 Off VA 650
36°53′59″N 76°06′39″W / 36.899722°N 76.110833°W / 36.899722; -76.110833 (Bayville Farm)
Virginia Beach Destroyed by fire 2007

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References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes from USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 18, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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