The proposed Central L.A. New Middle School No. 4 would consist of 63 classrooms, administrative offices, a multipurpose room, and recreational facilities organized on two blocks between Grand Avenue and Broadway on 8.33 acres. Also included in the proposal is a 142 space parking structure, an auditorium, a gymnasium and athletic fields. The school would accommodate a total enrollment of 1,404 students. A full-time staff of 97 teachers, support staff, and security would be required. The school would operate under the Concept 6 calendar, which is the calendar for the three-track program. Four buses per day would transport special education students. A 500-foot long student and bus drop-off zone is proposed at the main school entrance along Grand Avenue. The project would be constructed over a period of 24 months beginning in October 2003.
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