The Coachella Valley Unified School District ("District") proposes to build and operate a K-6 Elementary School ("Project"). The Project would involve the construction or installation of stucco modular buildings and operations of an elementary school on approximately 13 or 14-acre parcels of real property. The project will involve the construction or installation of classrooms and supporting facilities to accommodate approximately 600 students in grades K-6, and construction or installation of adminstration and library buildings; a serving kitchen; an outdoor food shelter; a multi-purpose auditorium; parking facilities for visitors and staff with approximately 60 to 70 spaces on site; and athletic play courts including hardscape and turf playfields. Lighting includes low level security lighting, signage lighting, and illumination of the surface parking lot and associated pedestrian areas.
Educational (Construction and operation of school)
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