Woodbury Elementary School and Middle School Projects
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Agricultural / 0.3J-Medium Density Residential, which allows a density of 0 to 12.5 dwelling units per acre. Other possible uses that are permitted in this zoning category include: typical residential accessory uses, interim agriculture, home care, home occupations, information centers, large family child care, manufactured structures (up to 2 years), model home sales complex, parks, public park facilities (only in public parks), residential shelters, residential (shelter, attached and single-family detached), and public schools / Medium Density Residential
The project would involve the construction of a new elementary school (K-5) on approximately 10 acres and construction of a new middle school (6-8) on approximately 20 acres. The elementary school campus would cover approximately 6.5 acres (includes parking, buildings, and grounds). The enrollment project is approximately 700. However, as per the Board Policy, the maximum number of students that can be admitted is 1,000. The faculty and staff would consist of approximately 36 teachers and 15 staff members. The middle school would be located approximately on the southwest corner of Jeffrey Road and Bryan Avenue. The enrollment projected is approximately 44, classrooms with the faculty consisting of 44 teachers and 15 staff members. Both the proposed elementary schools would help in accommodating the prospective student population that would generate from the new surrounding development within the Woodbury Community.
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