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The Gerber Community School would consist of three single-story buildings that house classrooms, culinary classrooms, offices, and a multi-purpose room around a central outdoor courtyard with a shade structure and a multi-sport physical education area. The school site includes a parking lot with approx 30 stalls and a drop-off area with two entrances to the parking lot would be located off Fernridge Dr. The school could accommodate up to approx 135 students in grades 7 through 12 and approx 10 staff. However, the school is only expected to serve 40 students under typical conditions. SCOE is planning to complete the detailed design of the school and site during 2019, complete the construction process during 2019 and 2020, and open the school in late 2020.
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