The proposed project would modernize the existing school campus, which would serve K-8 students. The existing small high school student body would be transferred to the District's Bryte College and Career Training campus, located at 637 Todhunter Avenue in West Sacramento. Furthermore, the existing student population from the District's campus currently operated as the "Westmore Oaks Elementary School," located approximately one block northwest of the project site at 1100 Clarendon Street in West Sacramento, would be transferred.to the modernized K-8 school campus at the project site.
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