The District proposes to remove 21 portable classrooms and demolish the following: Administration building; Multi-purpose kitchen building; and all remaining classroom buildings due to age, water damage, code. and site access compliance. The District proposes to replace these buildings with a two-story 35,500 square-foot Administration Classroom building, a one-story 6,988 square foot Library/STEAM building, a one-story 11,634 square-foot Multi-Purpose/Food Service Building, and a one-story 1,369 square-foot Field Restroom/Storage Building. The proposed project also includes expanding the front drop-off/pick-up zone, modifying and expanding the parking lots, creating a new fire access route, improving the sports fields, relocating the hardcourts/playgrounds, repairing a concrete channel, constructing a new retaining wall, and repairing existing landscaping from water damage. The beneficiaries of the proposed project would be the students attending Bobier Elementary School and the District, as well as community members due to the improved/expanded parking lots and drop-off/pick-up zones which would improve circulation on surrounding roadways. The project is necessary to provide adequate educational facilities by removing portable classrooms and replacing them with new permanent classrooms; bringing the site up to CDE (California Department of Education), ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and code compliance with new utilities and new site improvements.