Santa Clara Unified School District Peterson Laurelwood Master Plan
EIR - Draft EIR
Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Peterson Laurelwood Master Plan (Proposed Master Plan).
The Peterson Laurelwood Master Plan (Proposed Master Plan) consists of the entire Patrick Henry Campus, the Peterson Middle School Site, and the future use of the existing Laurelwood Elementary School Site. The Proposed Master Plan includes the construction of the new Laurelwood Elementary School on the existing Patrick Henry Campus, Peterson multiuse fields, relocated District storage area, improvements to Peterson Middle School including the new fields and a fieldhouse; relocation of the existing tennis courts; new vehicular and pedestrian access; expanded administration and media center, a new environmental education center, outdoor learning areas and amphitheater. Program improvements will be made to the District Farm and compost areas. It also provides an opportunity for an additional school to be built on the
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