LAFAYETTE — The final charrette to discuss the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s master plan is scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday in Wharton Hall, room 222, a news release said.

The charrette — or feedback session with planners — is open to the public and is the last opportunity to provide feedback on the plan before its finalization.

The master plan will chart the university’s growth in the next 15 years and also creates codes to guide future growth.

The effort has been led by Steve Oubre, of Architects Southwest, and other consultants.

As part of the process, members of the university community participated in small workshops to gather data, develop baselines and determine future needs, such as facility improvements, program enrollment and infrastructure needs, according to a news release.

Academic program on board’s agenda

LAFAYETTE — The Lafayette Parish School Board is scheduled to meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, a news release said.

The agenda includes informational reports on the district’s new accelerated academic program for overage fifth-grade students and a quarterly report on maintenance operations.

The agenda also includes an informational report on upcoming 2012 election dates for discussion about the potential of scheduling another property tax proposition after one on the Oct. 22 ballot to fund $561 million in major construction and repairs was defeated.

LAFAYETTE — “Building Green Cities,” a daylong workshop presented by the Louisiana Urban Forestry Council, is scheduled from 8:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 10 at South Louisiana Community College, a news release said.

Topics to be covered include urban sprawl and urban ecosystems; smart growth; affordable urban forestry and “green laws.”

There is no charge for the workshop, but registration is required. Registration deadline is Monday. To register, contact Sarah Schoeffler at