The proposed project involves demolition of the existing school structures and construction of a new main classroom building, a multipurpose building, new loading driveway, and improvements to hardscape and landscaped play areas. The proposed main classroom building would have 24 rooms (16 classrooms and 8 specialty rooms) and would result in a reduction of four classrooms from existing conditions. Capacity of the school would be reduced from 420 seats to 380 seats. Improvements to the parking lot and loading zone would be conducted in one phase starting June 2020 concurrently with demolition of the site. During the demolition and construction phase, students in kindergarten through second grade would temporarily attend the Solana Highlands Elementary School and students in third grade would temporarily attend the Skyline Elementary School.
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