The design solution for this challenging modernization project unifies two separate sites and resolves ongoing circulation challenges.

With buildings dating as early as 1939, this elementary school received Proposition S funds for modernizations. Efforts center around a collective concern to provide a learning environment that supports student and community morale, and to respond to dilapidated structures and utilities.

SGPA’s scope includes:

  • Updating or replacing major building systems
  • Improving the accessible path of travel to meet ADA standards
  • Renovating the cafeteria kitchen to comply with codes and regulations
  • New student drop provides safe circulation of students, buses, and vehicles
  • Assisting the District in a pursuit to obtain grant funding for a new ORG classroom building to replace a row of 55-year-old portable classroom buildings