The SBCSS proposes to undertake approximately 4.54 acres of vacant, undeveloped property, located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Rialto Avenue and Arrowhead Avenue, for the purpose of constructing the proposed Rialto Community Day School. The project is proposed to be 10 classrooms totaling approximately 20,000 square feet. The project contemplates the construction of classroom facilities organized in single-story buildings with covered walkways and fencing. Facilities to be constructed include classrooms for up to 200 students in grades seven through twelve (7-12); parking facilities for visitors and staff; parent loading/drop-off area and turf playfields. Lighting includes low level security lighting, signage lighting, and illumination of the surface parking lot and associated pedestrian areas. The Rialto Community Day School will serve the needs of the SBCSS and the community it serves. The purpose of the project is to provide educational facilities for at-risk junior high and high school students within the area. Education programs will be offered during the day, but occasional evening programs are anticipated.
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