Series A work scope includes substantial site work, the construction of a 2-story classroom wing, and modernizations to existing facilities.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
On September 14, 2017, EUSD hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new two-story Science and Math Building at Mission Middle School:
Approximately 100 parents, students, teachers, administrators, and community leaders attended the celebration and took tours of the state-of-the-art STEM facility:
- Cost: $7.5 million
- Size: Two stories, 16,884 square feet
- Occupancy date: Pending final inspection, students and teachers will begin to use the building in October 2017.
- Energy efficiency: The building has six-inch walls, efficient air conditioning and lighting systems, and fins on exterior windows to block direct sunlight but allow ambient light.
- Built for collaboration: The building reflects EUSD’s new open concept, project-based learning approach to classroom design. All science labs and math classrooms have roll-up garage doors that open onto two centrally-located project rooms for students. The building also has two collaboration rooms for teachers.
- Construction: The building took seven months to complete via a high-quality modular construction process. Thirty-six modules were built off-site, transported to Mission, and then assembled on-site:
The Science and Math Building is home to four science labs with durable tables that are perfect for performing hands-on science experiments:
The building is also home to six math classrooms, some with seating optimized for project-based learning and collaboration between students:
New Math and Science Classrooms
Series A work scope includes securing campus to ensure safety for our kids. Project involves perimeter fencing and access gates as needed.