Ansonia-Derby School Regionalization Study

In May 2018, The Connecticut General Assembly approved Public Act 18-169, which appropriated funding for a school consolidation study for the Cities of Ansonia and Derby. In accordance with Connecticut State Statutes §10-39 through §10-43, the cities’ Boards of Aldermen subsequently appointed members of the Temporary Regional School Study Committee (TRSSC).

NVCOG’s function in the study is to serve as fiduciary and contracting authority. Following a Qualification Based Selection process for a study consultant, District Management Group, of Boston, MA, was selected as consultant.

The study is analyzing a number of areas regarding the advisability of combining school districts. It will also analyze potential cost savings or operational efficiencies resulting from shared services in separate school districts.

Consultant Documents:

02-11-2019 DMG Background, Study Outset Presentation
04-11-2019 DMG Phase 1.2 Technical Memo
04-22-2019 DMG Study Process Overview Presentation
06-24-2019 DMG Demographics, Enrollment Presentation
07-22-2019 DMG Sites, Facilities Presentation
11-22-2019 Report on the Advisability of Regionalization: Task 1
11-22-2019 Analysis of Shared Services: Task 2
11-25-2019 Task 1 & 2 Reports Overview
07-01-2020 Equalization Overview & Decision Making
08-03-2020 DMG Regional High School DRAFT Program of Study 
08-24-2020 DMG Regional Elementary School and Middle School DRAFT Program of Study 
Equalization Overview and Decision Making Updated with Repairs and TRSSC Decisions
Regional High School Draft Program of Study 09-21-2020
Regional Middle School Draft Program Of Study 09-21-2020
Regional Elementary Program of Study 09-21-2020
DRAFT Summary of Savings Overview with 5-year-savings
DMG Group Equalization Overview & Decision Making w/decision repairs and reimbursement 04_22_2021
DMG Group Summary of Savings with 5 year savings (Three Central Office Options) 04_2_2021

Staff Contact:

John DiCarlo
Municipal Shared Services Director

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