Development of a new alternative education school within a currently vacant 4.0-acre site to primarily serve students within the City of Ceres, with occasional pupils from the two nearby communities of Hughson and Keyes. Facilities would include two new classrooms buildings of one story and a multi-purpose structure. A maximum of 229 students in grades 9-12 would attend the school, with a staff of 14. A drop-off/pick-up loop would facilitate internal circulation and a bus stop would be installed along the frontage of Mitchell Road. An on-site parking lot for 61 vehicles would be provided.
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